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July 23, 2009 2:38 AM   Subscribe

An excellent resource on every aspect of digital photography, from sensor technology to general techniques to Photoshop tweaking. Previously mentioned here, but the site has expanded a lot since 2005.
posted by archagon (13 comments total) 89 users marked this as a favorite

 
I've finally taken the plunge and jumped both feet first into digital SLRs. I got myself a Nikon D60 twin lens kit (VR version). I've just bought myself a 35mm f/1.8 lens (it's a natural lens on a DX sensor) which I pick up on Saturday. Very excited as I want to get into long exposure night photography. :)
posted by Talez at 3:21 AM on July 23, 2009


I only got to look through this for a few seconds, but this is absolutely a brilliant resource, from what I've already seen.

I like that it's laid out intelligently and appears to be very comprehensive. Thanks for this.
posted by disillusioned at 3:27 AM on July 23, 2009


Talez: I"m a Canon shooter, but welcome! Everything from here on out is *expensive*!
posted by notsnot at 4:16 AM on July 23, 2009


very good link, thank you.
posted by krautland at 5:41 AM on July 23, 2009


I've been keeping an eye on these for years. He doesn't update often, but when he does, it's always great stuff about how to get the absolute most out of your equipment.
posted by echo target at 5:56 AM on July 23, 2009


Bookmarked! For probably January. *sigh* Thanks!
posted by Devils Rancher at 6:12 AM on July 23, 2009


Thanks so much for this resource. I am making a stop motion film and this site will be so very helpful.
posted by effluvia at 7:34 AM on July 23, 2009


Wow, this is really excellent. After playing with my Canon 30D, one of my coworkers just went out and picked herself a 50D (which I plan on stealing because it's low light capabilities are unreal), I've been showing her all sorts of things that her camera can do, but I think that just giving her this link will go a long way towards having her understand her expensive new toy.

Hell, it's worth it just for the clear explanation of what RAW files are, and why they can be useful.
posted by quin at 8:54 AM on July 23, 2009


i read the link as "every aspect of digital pornography" and was hoping for an expose on the internet porn industry. too bad.
posted by Jon_Evil at 10:25 AM on July 23, 2009


One day, I will own a dSLR. One day when they are much cheaper and I have more money. Until then, I'm satisfied with my Ricoh GR Digital II.

Thanks for the resource!
posted by defenestration at 10:38 AM on July 23, 2009


Is there anyone out there who is _not_ a photographer these days?
posted by Poagao at 12:09 AM on July 24, 2009


The images on that website are long-time favourites of mine, especially the first one of the doors from New Court to the Backs. One funny thing is that the website uses "colour", the title here is "color" and the photographer is American. It's all so mixed up.
posted by mdoar at 10:45 AM on July 27, 2009


No, Poagao. Why would there be? Everybody sees cool stuff, and the ability to reproduce things we see has been valued since before humans were humans.
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