I surf online a lot. So I thought I’d share with you some of the things I look through – things you might find interesting too.
10. Film … or digital? I posted on this just a few days ago, and found this another interesting read on the same topic. Read Brian Auer’s Is Film Dead? I especially found his poll interesting – 57 percent (at the time I looked at the results) found using film to be a steady or growing trend. Wow.
9. As a photographer you have to put your photos online, right? Why not on a social site. (I’ll be there soon.) In the mean time, check out this photo of Dubai in the fog.
8. Do you worry about theft of your photos if you put them online? Start with this great post on How Every Flickr Photo Ended Up on Sale This Weekend.
7. If you haven’t had enough on the theft of photos topic, follow this continuing discussion by Photrade.
6. For an endless list of everything photography, head over to Alltop. Alltop helps you learn all you can about individual topics – like photography.
5. What do you do with all of your digital images while you’re on the road? Read Peter Carey’s advice for Digital Photo Storage On the Road. I’ll add one other tip. When we traveled for weddings, we would carry plenty of memory cards with us. But if we were going to travel for awhile, we would also burn a set of CD/DVD’s and mail them back to our office. You can also upload them to your backup system, via your laptop.
4. I know everyone has an opinion on Flickr, but you can’t deny you can find some incredible images there. Take a look at these photos of the Tour de France.
3. So you wanna be a studio photographer? Why not make your own backgrounds. We’ve made a few ourselves in the past, and still use them today for certain shoots. Take a look at How To Make a Background for Studio Photography.
2. If you haven’t seen the Red One, take a look. I’ve been talking about it with a few local photographers lately. (Check out their service policy at the bottom – I love it!)
1. A photo site used to help bring awareness to important issues around the world – how cool. Photography can be so powerful. Take a look at The Homeless Photographer. Then plan on some time browsing through the other images.