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In Summary, 11th June 2007

A few links you will find useful and interesting as we start another week. Cardboard bounce flash for your SLR using only your onboard flash. I might try this with my Panasonic FZ5 Protect Your Photos: How to Defend Your Copyright – I have a keen interest in this after my Thieving Duck became a […]

Luminous Links

I wish Luminoous Landscape had an RSS feed. I’d subscribe to it in a flash. It doesn’t so I’m only now discovering some of these great articles – Of cameras and art is the final in a series of four articles discussing the artistic merits of photography. A subject close to my heart. Digital Focusing […]

Digital Journalist: Harper’s Essays

Peter Turnley’s photo essays in the June issue of Digial Journalist are a snapshot of life all over the planet. The contrast between soldiers and in the next frame, students couldn’t be more striking but the emotion of his “THE BEREAVED, Mourning the Dead, in America and Iraq” is the same no matter where you […]

Starting Photography, Digital Workflow, Orphans and Amazing Zooming Images

Starting out in Photography A few weeks back, Tom asked me by email about starting out in photography as he recently bought a Canon 350D and started posting photos online! Some people are born with a talent and an eye for photography, but for the rest of us, practise makes perfect. Bring your camera with […]

The Signs in Blarney

The Signs in Blarney The signs in Blarney always point towards a B&B! This bunch of signs do anyway. Right at the end of Station Road there’s a pole with signs to about a dozen B&Bs! If you ever need somewhere to stay in Blarney you shouldn’t have trouble finding accomodation! Link of the Day […]

Links Of The Day

John Hooton – I went to the Mallow Camera Club on Monday night. John is one of the senior members there. His photos are very impressive! Photoblogs Discussion – want to get traffic to your blog and learn more about running your own photoblog? This is a good starting point. Colorize black and white photos […]

Links Of The Day

Huge Pixel Poster – via Digg where there are more comments about this sort of thing. “Pixel Art is form of digital art, created on the computer through the use of raster graphics software, where images are edited on the pixel level. Graphics in most old computer and video games or even in Game Boy […]

Today’s Links

Tips for Portrait Photography Headshot portfolio Polar Panoramics Framing Lessons Photo Tips – covers lots of topics! Sports Illustrated Canon 20D settings Rob Galbraith’s forums were recently recommended by Paul. Ron Bigelow Articles cover a wide range of topics. Great read too! UFRaw forum is worth a read if you use UFRaw to convert your […]

Travel Photography, what to do

I love to travel, to see new sights, meet new people, and have new experiences! If you bring your camera here’s some lengthy advice from a fellow traveller including bits on saving money, taking photos of people and safety issues.

Hiking: What to take with you

Here’s a good article describing what you should take with you while hiking and how to take it too. The idea of charging batteries from a solar panel sitting on your backpack is cute!

The New York City Skyline

Here’s a very impressive New York Panorama via Daily Web Thing. Nice!

Fade-in Photos

Photojenic has a nice fade in effect I’ve seen elsewhere. Would that be very annoying if all the images on this page faded in? I think it possibly would but wouldn’t it be cool?