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Monthly Archives: August 2014

Photography Blogs to Follow, Part Two

As implied last week, here are some more photography blogs to follow. I spend a fortune on camera gear.  I try not to, and lately, I haven’t had the spare cash, but it’s hard to resist the lure of that new, shiny bit of gear!  Thankfully, there’s a blog to help me with that; DIY […]

Photography Blogs to Follow, Part One

Yes, this implies at least a “Part Two”. Maybe even a part three.  We’ll see on that part, but at least two. I’ve been at my new job for five weeks now and, frankly, I’m so exhausted by the end of the day, I haven’t really had anything left over for hobbies.  In fact, I’ve […]

Free eBooks for Photographers

Well, I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I love free and I love photography! This week, I’ve got both for you! Actually, I can’t believe I haven’t shared this collection of Twenty-Three Free Photography eBooks before!  I know LightStalking has shared them before, but, well, apparently I haven’t passed that all on […]

Essential Photoshop Skills for Photographers

I’m not entirely sure I agree with this list, actually. I tend to follow the dictum that, as photographers, we should strive to make a better photograph in the camera, not in the computer. However, the reality of the modern age is that Photoshop exists and, well, the people who use it will tend to […]

Free MIT Photography

So, I’m not quite done with the free photography links. Again, specifically, links to a free photography course. This was shared by PetaPixel last month, but it’s so good, I wanted to make sure you didn’t miss it. MIT has established a free learning annex on-line which they call “MIT OpenCourseWare”.  Through this program, they […]


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