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    Here's a list of website I found helpful when making the switch from film and the darkroom to digital and Photoshop. With the speed that it all changes some of this stuff can seem dated, but I still think the fundamentals are valid. Some of these links go right to the articles, but in some cases you'll need to look for the tutorials/articles section. Many of these sites cover more than just processing.

    Post links you like or find that have been helpful in your photography education.


    http://www.ronbigelow.com/articles/articles.htm

    http://www.clarkvision.com/photoinfo/index.html

    http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/tutorials.htm

    http://www.adobe.com/digitalimag/ps_pro_primers.html

    http://www.naturescapes.net/home.htm

    http://www.luminous-landscape.com/tutorials/

    http://strobist.blogspot.com/

    http://www.earthboundlight.com/phototip-archives.html

    This site requires registration (fast and simple), but it has a lot of great articles on gear including non-camera stuff like monitors and calibration devices. Also good articles on techniques.

    http://shootsmarter.com/

    "I donít use an exposure meter. My personal advice is: Spend the money you would put into such an instrument for film. Buy yards of film, miles of it. Buy all the film you can get your hands on. And then experiment with it. That is the only way to be successful in photography. Test, try, experiment, feel your way along. It is the experience, not technique, which counts in camera work first of all. If you get the feel of photography, you can take fifteen pictures while one of your opponents is trying out his exposure meter." -Alfred Eisenstaedt


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    I found this site a while ago. It's dedicated to Lightroom. He has some great presets on there that my photo clients love when I use them in post-processing!

    http://www.lightroomkillertips.com/

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    Here's a good article about photo processing in general

    http://www.adobe.com/designcenter/di.../karllang.html
    "I donít use an exposure meter. My personal advice is: Spend the money you would put into such an instrument for film. Buy yards of film, miles of it. Buy all the film you can get your hands on. And then experiment with it. That is the only way to be successful in photography. Test, try, experiment, feel your way along. It is the experience, not technique, which counts in camera work first of all. If you get the feel of photography, you can take fifteen pictures while one of your opponents is trying out his exposure meter." -Alfred Eisenstaedt

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    http://photographyforrealestate.net/ - mostly for real estate photography, but i learned some really good tips on how to get straight lines throughout an image in post processing, and also how to evenly light a large area using some modified strobist ideas.

    http://www.worth1000.com/


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