Photography around the web this week
- 25 Ways to Jump Start Photography Inspiration
25 resources to find inspiration
- Geotagging Photos with Windows Live (without using a GPS device)
I’ve use many times before Picasa to geotag my pictures before I bought a GPS but I never knew it was possible with Microsoft Live Gallery
- Website Image Protection
Tips to get avoid seeing your pictures used on the net. It is not that I care much about my pictures being used but you might.
- RAW vs JPEG: A Visual Comparison
Ever wondered if RAW is really better than JPG ? This might shed some light on your question
What’s hot in the photography blogsphere for this first week of April
- Take great photos with a point-and-shoot!
The title might look like a Point and shoot guide to photography but it is in fact a great beginners guide to photography. P&S and dSLR alike
- The SLR Camera: Then and Now
A great write-up from Brian about the evolution of photography and how it affects us photographers
- Philosophy of Photography: To â€œShootâ€ Or To â€œPhotographâ€?
What term do you use and why ? Interesting poll and discussion going on there
- April Challenge
Time for April challenge, this month’s theme is Entropy
- Photography Niches You Never Considered
21 of your not “every day” photography niche.
Time for the weekly links.
- Quick-Fix Guide to Common Photography Problems
List of problems that can be fixed in the digital darkroom, and how to fix them
- Give your photos a retro feel with the GIMP
Always happy to read a tutorial for GIMP.
- Tips on How to Take Better Portraits
Basics of portrait photography revealed
- PROJECT: Iron Chef Photography – Fork: Voting
Check up the submissions of the “fork” project and submit your votes
Before hitting the photography links of the week I would like to wish you all a Happy Easter. Weather is pretty crazy these days, we’re having temperatures as high as 32 degrees Celsius which is very rare for the season, while I’ve heard that Europe is covered with snow. Anyway back to photography links …
Your Guide to Adobe Bridge: Inroductions
Your Guide to Adobe Bridge: Workspace
A series written by Brian guiding us over Adobe Bridge, its benefits, hidden tools. and (coming) how to use it.
- 5 Tips for Photographing Children
We all shoot children at some point right? These tips will get you started with better chances.
- Shoot Wide â€“ Very Wide â€“ Pano Images
My Camera World
Neils shares with us his technique to create high resolution panoramic images.
- How to take 3D photos
If you are wondering what a 3D picture is then you have to read this article
- 8 simple steps to add your Flickr photos to your blog feed
Learn how to easy add your flickr pictures to your blog feed. Oh I’ve just repeated the tile !!
- 100+ Flickr Resources
A series of great 100 Flickr tools. Hard to compile in the same list but Steven managed
First I am sorry for this delay but I couldn’t get this post up yesterday due to some technical problems. So let’s take a looks about the best posts I’ve read this week in the photography blogsphere.
- A Walking Stick Camera
My Camera World
It is always interesting to see pictures shot at “not so common” perspectives. Niels goes a bit further shooting without even looking
- When to Use Exposure Compensation
If your not familiar with Exposure Compensation make sure to read this
- Easy Lighting Tips for Outdoor Photography
Your Photo Tips
Are you often frustrated by the pictures you shoot outdoor ? The few tips will insure you a better experience
- Can Anyone Tell Anything New on How to Hold a Camera?
If you are left eyed make sure to check this video, although you might not always use this technique it is a good tip to learn