I’ve been on a photography kick lately so I decided to do another list on that very subject.
Have you heard of Lomography.com? I finally registered with their website last month. Great tips and cool cameras. Last night I got an email stating that my “piggies” are going to expire within the next couple of days. Not knowing what this was I did a little investigating. I accumulated credit that I could use in their shop. Piggies equal dollars so I purchased some black & white film and a Diana lens for my Nikon. If you love the artsy side of photography then you’ll love their website.
I hear that May is a good month for selling your house. Here’s some tips to shoot a great house tour.
Have you ever bought something and then it just sits in the box? I have a Bamboo Tablet, brand new and never used. I bought it for the sole purpose of doing this. I should try it someday.
Are you a food blogger? I’ve ate a lot of cold dishes as I was working on getting that perfect shot. Here’s a post to help you photograph your food so that it looks as good as it tastes.
Brittni, from Paper & Stitch shared a three part series filled with awesome photography resources. Here’s part one, two, and three.
Jim Harmer started his website out of his love of Photography. He shares advise on camera gear, podcast, online classes, flash photography, landscape tips, and I could go on and on. Go check out ImprovePhotography.com. Be careful, you might get lost.
I have this book and I love it! Lots of cool DIY projects and inspiration.
The best cheat sheet for photographers. Especially those that are just learning how to use a DSLR. Yes, that’s me!
I get a little nervous when it comes to street photography. I don’t want to offend anyone, yet I want to capture that unexpected image. Here’s an article, from Stacey via the CM Blog, that I found most helpful.
Alisha Robertson shares her insight and knowledge on photographing newborns in a two part series on MCP Actions Blog. Here’s part one and part two.
Until the next word…