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“The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.” ~ Dorothea Lange
Check out this page to learn about good sites to expand your knowledge and understanding of photography and digital manipulations.I am adding on to it all the time and if you find a good site just let me know!!
A high school program like ours with some great examples
Interesting school blogs and nings
Click Photography changes everything!
check out this blog written by Marvin Heiferman from the Smithsonian
Famous photographers quotes
a site for high school photographers based in the UK
National Geographic the mentor to all photographers. A great time line and examples of excellent photos.
100 photos that changed our world
PBS site on American photo history
Smithsonian site called
Click Photography Changes Everything
Museum of Photo Historyhttp:
Photography Readings from a master of arts program
For the studious ones you may be interested some of these articles.
Photo advice for everyone
Know your camera:
A good slideshow about your SLR camera
SLR cameras explained
Camera modes explained
Camera manuals on line
Digital photography school.21 neat tips!!
Using your iphone as a photography tool!
Rhode Island School of Design photo club composition list
Ten photography rules
How to talk about photographs using visual language
The 10 basic compositional rules in photography
This is a classic compositional tool used in the fine arts as well as photography
Simple explaination of the basic compositional tools one more time
Different points of view explained very well.
Here is a site we all need to learn basic compositional skills.
Rule of thirds great examples from the real world of advertising. Google around the site "rule of thirds"
This site gives you ideas on taking stunning portraits
More portrait suggestions
Some great tips for taking photos with your digital camera
Remember the saying"everything you needed to know you learned in kindergarten"? Here is what to know as a photographer
Tips for taking fabulous photographs
More tips for taking fabulous photographs
Stop Action Photography/ shutter speed
Inspiring new and old photographers
Ever heard of a photographer that likes to defy gravity?
Here is a gem of a site that has interviews with famous photographers about their craft
This website belongs to a high school student, Andrew Nagi, from Baltimore Md that has an amazing eye!!!
style could be called minimalist. Here are more examples of this type of photographyhttp:
Williams Eggleston took color photos during the 60's and 70's that revealed his times like noone had before
Edvard Muybridge the father of animation
Phillippe Halsman created some unforgettable images
A beautiful blog about photography and photographers
Out of ideas for shooting photos? Try "Minimalism"! Thanks flickr!
Expand yourself as a photographer try photochallenge!
A wonderful site for tutorials and ideas
Found Alphabet photography! and examples
On your own try out a camera obscura exercise
Check out these great Photo blogs for tips and tricks
25 tips for using free internet technology
Desperate Spellers a unique way to learn to spell
50 most beautiful trees
Urban Daily Life: seeing the amazing in the mundane
Ever tried Forced perspetives?
The Basics: How to use photoshop to improve your digital photos
Free image editing software for your PC
more image editing these two work together
Igoogle's image editing
interesting article about the the way we view and understand images
The power of photojournalism
Dan eldon was an inspiring young photojournalist who died at the age of 22.
See and hear what the photographer's at the US Conventions think about as they take pictures of the candidates.
Photographers' Journal : Capturing History at the Conventions
Manufctured landscapes a powerful documentation of how we humans are changing the face of our earth.
Photoshop Lady: easy tutorials from around the world
Dawn Pedersen's easy tutorials
An inspiring artist that uses photoshop, her scanner and her imagination in unique ways
Another artist that works digitally
Psdtuts is a great site to learn, practice and improve your photoshop skills
Cool mandalas you make from your own photos
A texture library
Light Painting References
Promote yourself with these sites
help on how to format text
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