EarthBound Light is a site that is loaded with tips for the digital photography enthusiast. Bob Johnson has more than twenty years experience in nature photography. His Photo Tip of the Week section is a popular resource among digital photographers.
EarthBound Light is not a glitzy site. The look-and-feel is like a Microsoft Frontpage or Adobe Dreamweaver template site. Pretty much vanilla HTML with very few bells and whistles. There is an RSS feed and even bookmarking.
Smashing Magazine has published samples and links to 75 inspiration photographs. Their article, "The World From Above: The Beauty Of Aerial Photography," contains some of the very best examplars of aerial photography.
The article also includes links to tutorials that explain how to do aerial photography.
Maybe it's just me, but I thought there was some ripping good photography here. Especially the evening shots from the air.
The Online Photographer began several years ago on Blogger. It's now in Version 2.0 and hosted away from Blogger, although it still retains its blog look-and-feel.
The site is hosted by Mike Johnston, who's a long-time magazine editor and author on photographic topics. The site revolves around his essays and commentaries. Mike claims to be shy and to avoid confrontation. He doesn't seem to be shy about expressing his opinions on The Online Photographer and some of them are expressed with no small measure of emotion.
Phil Askey's site has passed an important milestone. This week is the 10th anniversary for Digital Photography Review (aka DPReview.com).
Phil Askey provides the best hands-on reviews of digital cameras. The forums on DPReview are among the most active digital photography forums on the Web. To celebrate, Phil has opened a new labs section and a public beta feature: Challenges.
Michael Johnston posted a blog entry this week on this site The Online Photographer that discusses the full frame dilemma. Will you see a difference if you replace your DSLR with an APC-size sensor for one with a full frame 35mm sensor? Is full frame a "magic bullet" for giving your photos a WOW! factor?
Read Michael Johnston's blog for his answer:
DG28 is the site for photographer Neil Turner. There are three places that you can go on DG28:
The link you really want to visit is the page with his phjotographic technique tutorials. That's the real gem at DG28.