Some handy links.

Links to Training Videos etc.

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Some handy links.

Post by sjj1805 » Tue Feb 17, 2009 1:37 am

Photography Tips for SLR Photographers
  • Understanding SLR camera settings
  • Tips for taking better photographs
  • SLR tips for beginners
DSLR Tips.com
Lots of Video Based Tutorials on this site. check out the Workshops Tab

PhotoAnswers.co.uk
More video based tutorials.

Cameralabs.com
Check out their video reviews of dozens of cameras.

DIY Photography.net
Not just hints and tips - this site even includes articles on how to make your own accessories and props like a home made Bokeh, or a home made studio lighting umbrella.

Beginning Photography Tips & Techniques (Videos)

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Post by sjj1805 » Fri Mar 06, 2009 8:43 am

I noticed this link in the signature block of one of our Senior Members
Lance Carr

My Photography Tips

This site is packed with lots and lots of interesting hints, tips and information and covers not just Digital SLR but also caters for Point and Shoot Photography. Definitely worth looking at.

There are sections dedicated to:
  • Wedding Photography
  • Still Life
  • Outdoor photography
  • B&W Photography
  • Composition
  • Portraits
  • Digital Tips
  • and lots more besides.
Thank you for all the hard work you have put into the site Lance.

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