[UPDATE: This website has since been taken offline] MyGreatWorld.com is a user driven website that is trying to document the face of the planet from user’s photographs. If you’ve got any images that you’d like to share with everyone, do head over there and take a look. Marco gave me a shout a few days … Read more Quick Website Review: My Great World
This is a guest post by Podcaster, John Arnold. Photo: Floyduk There’s no fighting it – the standard of modern day amateur photography is way better than it was even just a decade ago. The quality of the submissions I see on the PhotoWalkthrough flickr group is excellent – occasionally spectacular. You, dear reader, are … Read more How did you all get so good?
by Maria Rosa Micro stock, is that stock photography of only Macro photographs or photos of microscopic thingies? Nope, its the new rage across the photography scene. They’re websites which accept photographs from everyone, and their babies, given some very simple quality criteria. These photographs are accepted over the internet and are given a looking … Read more 8 Microstock Websites and "What the Hell is Microstock anyway?"
Brian Auer of the Epic Edits Weblog complied a list of Photography sites that were created or maintained by his readers. Complied over a short period of time, the list has a surprising number of interesting links. I recommend you take a look at as many of these links as you can… Divided into three … Read more Brian Auer’s Photo Resource List
The Back-Story Right now, I’m a semi-professional photographer, apart from taking photographs, I also do some graphic design, advertising design and web design. Over the years, I’ve always had trouble with designing websites because of the complicated tables that people used to use for web design… My print design experiences have led me to think … Read more Why am I asking you to use Firefox on a Photography Blog?
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