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photography site. Includes equipment reviews, discussion forums and
at all levels. Created by Phil
of MIT. Phil is an excellent writer who claims to be a narcissist.
Phil, your claim is rejected under catch 22 (if you claim to be, you
True narcissists only serve themselves; Phil's site is a great service
to us all, and I don't object if he boasts a little. |
Luminous-Landscape.com Michael Reichmann's excellent collection of images, articles and equipment reviews, including Epson printers. A comprehensive and exceptionally valuable site, frequently updated.
Ian Lyons' Computer Darkroom Excellent images, equipment reviews, and tutorials.
Steve Hoffman's Nature and Scenic Photography More fine images, equipment reviews and useful technical advice. Good information on HP and Nikon scanners.
Ken Rockwell Images, technical articles and reviews, including Nikon, Noblex, 4 x5, scanners and more.
Photography.about.com Excellent general page. News, history and technique-- film and digital.
Berman Graphics Art Web Works Articles on digital technique, advice on exhibiting and art shows, interviews.
fotophile.com Articles, galleries and links, focusing on photojournalism.Photodo (Click on products.) Superb lens tests based on the MTF (modulation transfer function) technique. These tests really distinguish great from good from mediocre. Far superior to most magazine reviews, which are written to please advertisers.
Cambridgeincolour.com Sean McHugh's Tutorial and Techniques pages are as brilliant as his Images. Highly recommended.
Canon FD Cameras, Lenses and Accessories Excellent information on the Canon FD (manual focus) camera system, including lens reviews.
Wilhelm Research The definitive site on print longevity. I visited Henry Wilhelm in Grinnell, Iowa when I crossed the country in 1973. He's gone on to do some great things like slamming my former employer, Eastman Kodak, for making inferior products. They deserved it. Kodak could have made much longer-lived films and papers at a slight incremental cost, but the bean counters won the day. In the long run the stockholders (me), employees (me, again!) and customers (what, again?) lost out.
Photography in Malaysia Contains amazingly detailed history and descriptions of Canon, Nikon, Hasselblad, Rollei and Olympus cameras. I found detailed instructions for my Canon New F-1 and T-90 cameras. Put together by truly dedicated camera geeks.
PhotoZone Klaus Schroiff's well-designed site with a huge lens test database, reviews of camera systems, excellent articles on photographic equipment and technique and a discussion forum.
InkjetArt.com An excellent source of information and supplies on digital printing. Has some very detailed comparisons of Epson printer output. I'm a frequent customer.
Inkjetmall.com Another source of digital printing supplies. Strong emphasis on color management. Features an intriguing B&W printing system for Epson printers called Piezography.
Digital Light & Color Makers of my great image editing program, Picture Window Pro 3.0. It can't be easy competing with an 800 pound gorilla like Photoshop.
Tony Sleep's Film Scanner Reviews More than you wanted to know...
The Digital Dog Tips & Tricks Andrew Rodney's excellent collection of articles, focusing on color management and Photoshop. The Printer Test File (670k) is particularly useful for calibrating monitors and printers. Andrew is a contributor to the online magazine, http://www.imaginginsider.com/ , which has excellent articles and reviews.
VueScan Hamrick Software's highly regarded program for controlling film scanners.
Charles Poynton Articles on color theory, gamma, and how color in represented in computers. Explores these subjects in real depth.
.ShortCourses in Digital Photography Equipment, reviews and tutorials on digital cameras and photography. Excellent basic information from Dennis Curtin , the author of numerous texts on photography, computers and business; also the editor of several of Ansel Adams' books .
FRCN digital imaging (Feather River Canyon News) Excellent reviews and tutorials from some rugged individuals in California's gold country.
Cameraquest Great stuff on classic cameras, especially rangfinders: Canon, Nikon, Leica, etc. Much more.
Labs where you can send files for large (usually LaserJet, i.e., digital to Fuji Crystal Archive) prints. Calypso Imaging (Santa Clara, CA) | Portland Color | Boston Photo Imaging | A&I Photographic & Digital Imaging (Los Angeles)More photographer and gallery links
Lars Ekdahl's favorites in digital imaging A great selection of links with excellent commentary. Lars also has links on web design, shareware music, and other interests.
http://www.fstopphoto.com/ Doug Olsen's excellent collection of links to everything photographic.
Other useful link sites are www.photolinks.net, www.photo-start.com and All About Digital Cameras. Yahoo! is slipping as a source of links. They don't keep up-to-date. Their cachet is dropping with their stock price.
Photo Industry Reporter A view of the industry from minilabs to medium format.
Imaging Insider In-depth articles and test reports. Inactive.
Imaging Resource News and detailed reviews of digital cameras and scanners along with tips and technical articles. I learned how to use the sharpening function of my HP scanner software from their excellent tutorial.
Megapixel.net An excellent monthly review in English and French.
Nature Photographers online magazine Excellent articles. Fine resource.
PEI Beautifully illustrated articles and tutorialsElizabeth Gold Boulder, Colorado. "To The Point," specializing in writing, marketing, training, and facilitation.
Nathan Koren Portland, Oregon. My son the brilliant architect who graduated from Arizona State in May 2002. His writings and images from Europe and India are outstanding.
Louise Marks My wife. Biofeedback software and education. My wife.
Drawing Music: The Tanglewood Skethbooks Images of Tanglewood musicians by Sol Schwartz. I designed this site.
Kathleen Cortner Pottery Gunnison, Colorado. Beautiful pottery horse sculpture.
Devyani Saltzman Toronto, Ontario, Canada. A cousin and daughter of the famous Indian film director, Deepa Mehta. Her book, "Shooting Water," describes the making of a film that aroused the wrath of Hindu fundamentalists (no different from any other fundamentalists).
Howard Weingarden Farmington Hills, Michigan. Visionary artist, old friend.Kawase Hasui (1883-1957) Learn everything you need to know about composition by studying the work of this brilliant, amazing Japanese printmaker. Castle Fine Arts also has some nice reproductions.
David Horsey Eloquent political cartoonist for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
Traveling with Ed and Julie-- The San Juan Moutains Excellent travel information about one of our favorite places. Do you know the way to Ouray?
New York Times Writers on Writing archives A fascinating look at the issues of creative life and work; not so different from photographers and photography.
Arts & Letters Daily Links to stimulating articles. Food for the intellect. Slightly to the right.
GORP -- Great Outdoor Recreation Pages-- An ENORMOUSoutdoor-oriented travel resource with hundreds of useful articles. Start with overviews of nearby Colorado , Wyoming , Utah , New Mexico , and Arizona .
Clark and Lynda Chapman's hikes near Boulder Superb descriptions some fabulous hikes in the nearby mountains. Very detailed page with topo maps; takes a while to load.
Visiting Boulder, Colorado A small resource for friends planning a visit.
Multi-level marketing (MLM or network marketing) You can't live on this planet without being offered one of these "investment opportunities." Before you take the pyramid plunge, check the following sites: http://www.mlmwatch.org/http://www.rickross.com/http://www.freedomofmind.com/http://www.cageyconsumer.com/. I highly recommend Amy Chen Mills' delightful article, " Shaking the Money Tree " about Equinox International. Also Timothy Harper's tawdry tale of New Age sociopath Taansen Sumeru. Charles Ponzi 's biography should be required reading (Smithsonian's brief version | some links | Wikipedia). MLMs are like the hydra-headed monster of ancient Greek mythology. You can't kill 'em, but you can defend yourself.