And it’s time for another review of interesting things around the photography blogs around.
And interesting they are:
Arranging Elements in Your Photos – Lisa at Beyond Megapixels has a very nice article that covers the basics of composition.
How to Buy a Tripod – this one touches home. I’m looking forward to upgrade my old one. But a new camera might also be on the way and I can’t have it all.
Q&A – What happens inside your camera when you change the ISO? – Useful if you want to know more in detail how your camera works.
How to critique your own photographs – Learning how to critique your own photos is essential to improve. If a photographer is waiting for the feedback of other people only, his own critical sense will never develop.
How to Shoot Professional Images in Low Light – the title says it all. Another great article, as usual, from Barbara at Shutterbug Source Photography Tips.
You and the Failure of PhotoShelter – Photoshelter Collection is going down and Dean tries to spot a few of the mistakes done by the Photoshelter owners in leading a successful stock photography business. We’ve also discussed this at PhotoNetCast.
3M Carjacks the Post-It Note Jaguar – All About Content – When your ideas get stolen by a company that spends millions in advertising campaigns but refuses to pay $2k for a photo.
A Photo Editor – Stock Photo Agencies – and speaking of stock photography, here is a BIG list of agencies.
Portfolio Inspiration : 21 grandiose Fotografen – Martin from Kwerfeldein selects 21 great photoblogs. The article is in german but the language of photography is only one: light.
Projects, projects, projects…
80 Film Cameras for under $50 – The results of Brian’s latest project are out. And great…
Buying Prints from Your Favorite Photographers – Jim comes up with a new concept in photography projects… Take a look.
Pollution/Environment awareness Project – Take your camera out for ADIDAP. It’s time to photography some garbage… really.
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