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These links have been dredged from all over the
place, some you will see on all lists, some are ones that I have found
while wandering around looking for information. Of course most of the sites
have even more links....
The old links page has been cleaned up into this shadow of its old self, film has died and my preferred brand has changed from Nikon to Olympus as only Olympus seems to understand that digital needed a new design from scratch. The others are saddled by their army of (mostly unsuitable) film lenses already in the hands of users.
list only occasionally updated, some links may be history now....
|Computer Darkroom||Ian Lyons has a great site with lots of tutorials, reviews, tricks and tips on Photoshop and things digital.|
|Luminous Landscape||Michael H. Reichmann has an huge amount of articles and tips and reviews on all things to do with digital imaging.|
|Digital Dog||Andrew Rodney, aka the Digital Dog has many tips and tricks available for Photoshop and digital imaging in general.|
|Digital Photography Review||DPReview, probably the most reliabel site for digital photography reviews and forums.|
|Russell Brown||Russell Preston Brown is THE Photoshop guru. Plenty of PDFs and Quicktime movies for tricks and tips.|
|ShortCourses||All you ever wanted to know about Digital Photography. An amazing amount of good information here.|
|Don Ferrario's Nikon links||An excellent page of Nikon links sorted by subject.|
|Boz Dimitrov's Pentax K-mount Site||Excellent info on all that is Pentax.|
|Astronomy Links||Links to many aspects of astronomy.|
|Night Photography||All about low light and night photography.|
|Wilhelm Imaging Research, Inc.||Some interesting info about longevity of ink-jet prints and also conventional prints. Accelerated tests may not tell you what really happens but it does give a reasonable comparison at what may last and what may not.|
|Bokeh information||Some Bokeh links....
|Depth of Field Information||Very interesting discourse on depth of field. Also see here for a downloadable copy of Harold Merklinger's book on focus. Here's the full list of articles from Harold http://www.trenholm.org/hmmerk/HMArtls.html|
|Zoerk, Germany||Maker of some very interesting attachments allowing tilt and shift (and more) with 35mm and medium format cameras.|
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