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Technique Resources on the Web
#26
Here is a nice one to add to the list for resources for photography:

http://www.photographytipsforbeginners.com/

The site contains alot of valuable information.
Barbara - Life is what you make of it!
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#27
I have a resource that's been sitting in my bookmarks bar for a while now but I haven't gotten around to actually testing it out yet:

http://www.reddit.com/r/photoit/comments...portraits/

It's a step by step tutorial on how to take double exposure portraits (like this: http://i.imgur.com/nqpPF.jpg). I'm not that good with Photoshop but this really looks doable.

If anybody has a related tutorial I could try out I'd appreciate it Smile
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#28
(Oct 3, 2012, 11:03)kNox Wrote: I have a resource that's been sitting in my bookmarks bar for a while now but I haven't gotten around to actually testing it out yet:

http://www.reddit.com/r/photoit/comments...portraits/

It's a step by step tutorial on how to take double exposure portraits (like this: http://i.imgur.com/nqpPF.jpg). I'm not that good with Photoshop but this really looks doable.

If anybody has a related tutorial I could try out I'd appreciate it Smile

This is a nice article on how to do double exposures. When looking at the picture link, I had to look at it a second time. When I enlarged it a bit, I could see the face in the forefront. Thanks for sharing with us!

Barbara - Life is what you make of it!
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#29
Been passing this thread for quite sometime. Now I understand why it is on the important threads portion. Awesome find Smile Really big help for us amateurs.
PhotoPlay Photography
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#30
Also from my bookmarks list, a huge collection of PS tutorials. I only wish I had time to learn: http://sixrevisions.com/graphics-design/...photoshop/
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#31
Here's my contribution:
1. A good one on composition and a myriad of other topics -
http://photoinf.com/General/

2. The introductory page for Ron Bigelow containing a plethora of articles on various aspects of photography -
http://ronbigelow.com/articles/articles.htm

3. An online Bird Photography book -
http://digitalbirdphotography.com/cover.html

Hope that these are of some value to folks.

WesternGuy
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#32
This is a very good site if you have a Nikon D7000/D7100.
http://www.everythingd7000.co.uk/
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#33
(Jul 27, 2004, 22:40)adam Wrote: Came across this one when on another forum (clubsnap)
Thought I'd share it here Smile
http://www.photozone.de/2Equipment/canonFAQ.htm
Very informative about lenses!
Sadly this one garners a 404 error. Sad
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#34
If you are working with Off-camera flash this one helped me out a lot:
strobist.blogpost.com
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#35
Thank you for the topic! Cause sharing is caring! My latest discovery with great free articles are
http://fixthephoto.com/
http://wedding-retouching.com/
http://weedit.photos/
http://nuderetouching.com/
http://highendbeautyretouching.com/
https://damagedphotorestoration.com/
I’m looking forward to browse throw your recommendations.
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#36
(Sep 30, 2011, 17:06)matthew Wrote: I found an interesting site today – although they are really proud of their Facebook page, the articles tend to be snappy.

http://improvephotography.com/

Good resources to follow and there are lots of techniques to improve photography knowledge.
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#37
(Sep 30, 2011, 17:06)matthew Wrote: I found an interesting site today – although they are really proud of their Facebook page, the articles tend to be snappy.

http://improvephotography.com/

I agree with you. By following this site we can improve our photography knowledge.
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#38
For Photoshop

Golden Crop
Jeff
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