All kinds of interesting for photographers everywhere, from noobies to oldies, amateurs to professionals, or people that just like beautiful pictures... all of it is curated and links will take you back to the original articles.
I love the digitalphotography school - I have learnt so much from it!! It is quite frankly one of the best places on the internet to scoop up information from... I love that whenever I need something or I don't understand something, or I just didn't know I needed it, it is always there in their immense archive of useful information. I don't know what I woudl do without their weekly emails with tips and tricks and suggestions for weekend photography.
Josh is nothing if not prolific... there are so many things to read on this site - espeically the info on the different styles as well as different photographers. He has a lot to say and most of it is really helpful, if not all of it actually... but I can't claim to have read it all! Lots of tutorials too, recommended gear and great tips!
I found this on Paul Fourgette's site... It is very true... and actually, for me, it is more about not setting my prices too low... this has actually given me a good kick up the... to make sure that I start thinking more seriously about how and what I am charging. After all, as someone said to me the other day 'your business is not a charity or a social enterprise... is it?' LOL
Finally had a decent snowfall in Denver and I decided to head out to Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge in hopes of photographing some wildlife in the freshly fallen snow. Needless to ...
Christina Dithmar's insight:
Now THAT's wht I am talking about! I do love rabbits, but more importantly I love snow and photography, and what I would most like to do is to go to one of the national parks, like yellowstone or Banff and photograph some serious wildlife there... I can think of no better way to spend a holiday, even in (Or especially in) the snow.
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