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October 3rd, 2007 #1
Photography links, tuts, books, mgzines, exhibits etc...
Hey guys - I dont see a sticky up there with any photography resources, etc..
or maybe there is one and I missed it...
If not - I was wondering if we should start one where we can post links to sites on artists, journalists, magazines, upcoming exhibitions, books, tutorials, blogs...you name it
Last edited by Rascar Capac; November 29th, 2007 at 01:53 AM.
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I suppose people have just made posts about matters of interest to them; no one's really bothered with a single designated place of miscellaneous bits and bobs.
Oh, what the hell, why not? If it doesn't get used we could always just unstick it again.
Rascar, want to start us off? Got anything of significance you might want to post?
October 3rd, 2007 #3
definitely, well see how it goes...mine are gonna have more of the photojournalist bent cause its what interests me the most, but thats the whole point I guess, people posting what they like and being introduced to different areas of photography
heres a couple of links to start with...some obvious and some hopefully not
the dream team of photojournalists - probably my favorite site
Magnum - synonymous with photojournalism.. through which most of the big names have passed through at one point or another.
Another gem a friend discovered - I believe its a quarterly magazine
Amazing site on photography of abandoned places
Edit: some more
A worldwide network of Photo Restoration Vulonteers
lighting/flash - I believe Mr. Mu might have posted this before
Photography and Shared Territories
ok then Ill keep goin... :-)
create your own photobook
Nature transformed through industry
photo essay of a toy factory in china
The international journal of photographic art & practice
Online photo magazine
Last edited by Rascar Capac; October 15th, 2007 at 06:03 AM.
October 15th, 2007 #4
gotta admit - alot of these I have to go through myself!...goin through my folders of emails Ive collected that people have posted at work...
much more later...
Casios ultra high speed burst shooting captures 60 still images per second
Corporate illustration/photojournalism/editorial portraiture/lifestyle
Why You Should Ditch That Zoom for a Classic 50mm "Normal" Lens
Stunning photos taken from the air (Michael Poliza)
Photoshop Cross processing
for anyone interested in shooting portraits of strangers, and may be hesitant, this article describes one photographers approach.
some fun stuff
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October 28th, 2007 #10
Thanks guys -
well if you havent heard of McCurry you've probably seen at least one of his images!
Nachtway is probably one of my favorites too..that guy must have a guardian angel. He's come really close to eating it... one in South Africa when he was alongside 4 other photographers collectively named the "Bang Bang Club", and recently in Iraq when a grenade was thrown into the Hum-V he was in. The journalist with him lost an arm...
I recommend his DVD War Photographer..and book Inferno
You can also check up on him on www.viiphoto.com
also - look into the works/journals of Dan Eldon - an amazing life cut short by a brutal end in Mogadishu while he was shooting for Reuters.
and a couple more
November 2nd, 2007 #11
Sorry to barge in but I am trying to make a digital portfolio with a Canon EOS but only got the lighting down. Is there a tutorial on the set up?
November 5th, 2007 #12
I also have a tutorial request, if I may
I've heard in different places that you can make HDR type photos in photoshop with layers or something, just using one picture. I've always wondered how to do that! I want to be able to make awesome HDR pictures or even just to know how to make HDR pictures the "normal" way with more than one... Whenever I try messing around with it they always just turn out looking funky (I've only ever tried using photomatix [I think that's what it's called?])
November 8th, 2007 #13