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Below are a number of excellent links I've accumulated
bookmarks for over time. These are some of the best sites on the
web about photgraphy.
Phil Greenspun's outstanding site about
all topics of general photography. You name it, if it's associated
with still photography, this site has it. I rate it as the best photography
information site on the web.
Klaus Schroiff's superb German site (site
is written in English) about general photography. Includes general
topics about how cameras, lenses, shutters, flash units work; rudimentary
composition and style; and reviews of camera equipment. I rate it
as second best on the web.
Andrew Davidhazy's excellent site covering
all manner of still photography technology. If you want truly esoteric
information, this is one place to look for it! Andrew is a Professor
at RIT (Rochester Institute of Technology).
Interested in medium format? Robert
Monaghan's site is the first place to start looking. More information
in one place about medium format equipment and its usage than I've found
anywhere else, and links to all sorts of other sites.
BetterPhoto.com teaches photographers
how to make better photos. The site features great tips to improve photographic
technique, camera comparisons, photo contests, a useful Q&A, free email
newsletters and workshops, and expert help with digital imaging.
Interested in panoramics? This
is one of the first places to start. It contains tutorials, hits
and tips, and an extensive review of stitching software to create composite
panoramics. Probably the best site on the net for composite panoramics.
Here's another very good site about panoramics.
Contains all sorts of links to more information about equipment and techniques
used in panoramics, plus a link to the Panoramic Photography Club sponosored
Yet another site about panoramics. A crash course containing
the rudiments of panoramic photography.