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Kodak's "Taking Great Pictures"_____
"If you are serious about photographing people, animals, or travel,
then an investment in an SLR may be wise. A good budget system would include
a cheap body, a 50/1.8 lens, and a tripod.
Online Photo Course
"1. Keep Your Camera Ready
2. Get Close
3. Keep People Busy
4. Use A Simple Background
5. Place The Subject Off-Center
6. Include Foreground In Scenics
7. Look For Good Lighting
8. Hold Your Camera Steady
9. Use Your Flash
10. Choose The Right Film"
Fodor's: How to Take
Travel Pictures Like a Pro
"The right time to press the release button is not at the climax of
the athlete's performance; but shortly beforehand - so that both the photographer's
reaction time and that of the camera system are accounted for."
Monthly Photo Digest
by Dan Smith
"Studying a place and planning a shooting itinerary will vastly enhance
the number and quality of the photo opportunities you encounter."
New York Institute of Photography
"Step 1. Know your subject.
Step 2. Focus attention on your subject.
Step 3. Simplify."
Can you believe
what you see?
in the Age of Falsification
"He walked to the screen and began pointing. 'This whole group of seven
is this group of seven. Three of these seven, up here, are these three
down here -- which have been cloned yet again, right here. This one is
this one is this one is this one. This pair is this pair, and this pair
is this pair. Fifty-four elephants in a picture that originally had fifteen.'
Nature and Wildlife Photographers
Arthur Morris / Birds As Art
National Geographic Photography.
Time-Life photo site.
Library of Congress
Hundreds of links, sorted by category, at
the digital journalist.
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