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60 Photography Links You Can’t Live Without

Written by Iceman on May 12th, 2008

A great list of links around the web on Photography from Cameraporn.net:

60 Photography Links You Can’t Live Without

60 Photography Links You Can’t Live Without

Here is a list of the ones that I knew about already plus a few more I like:

  1. Digital Photography School – Excellent
  2. Epic Edits – new for me (found it last week)
  3. Flickr Blog – know about it but don’t check it out very often.
  4. Gizmodo Digital Camera News – I follow the general blog – Great
  5. Engadget – good for tech news
  6. Photowalking – like this one. Haven’t been on a walk, but I plan on going to the next on in London.
  7. Photopreneur – I like this one, but I am still not sure how applicable this site is to me, yet.
  8. Strobist – A huge fan! Still learning about light
  9. Thomas Hawk – like his site
  10. Stuck in Customs – Great HDR

MY Additions:

  1. CameraPorn – Good articles
  2. PhotoCritic.org – as above
  3. SDuffy Photography Blog – great photos and information
  4. ProPhotoLife– A new site for me, so far it has been quite informative.

Photography News and Post Aggregators

If you don’t have the time to subscribe to hundreds of sites, the sites below can keep you up to date on all the happenings in the photo world.

  1. Photography Voter – I like this one as well
  2. 1001 Noisy Cameras Digital Camera News – new to me, not sure yet.

Photo News & Reviews

They aren’t blogs but they offer great photography related news and educational content.

  1. The Digital Picture – great Canon site
  2. Rob Galbraith – a lifesaver for information and a good site for CF card speeds

MY Additions:

  1. Digital Photography Review – great review site, though it has dropped a bit since it was bought by amazon.

Goodies for Flickr

  1. Big Huge Labs – excellent
  2. Flickr Leech – also good
  3. Pic Lens – I am amazed how well this works every time I use it

MY Additions:

  1. Photophlow – a great chat/interactive tool for Flickr.
 

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