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    informative photography websites?

    Hi,

    Apart from this site can anybody recommend some of the better photographic websites dealing in how to become a better photographer that are well laid out and cut straight to the chase? ie. are not choked up with superfluous stuff, in another language, or intent on selling?

    thanks a lot M.
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    Take a look at the weblinks and articles here on Apug. Or a search of the threads here.

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    Duh-I think you just found it monsieur!
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    This is a good place to ask questions and have them answered with near chatroom speed or tap into threads on topics that specifically interest you. As mentioned, the search features give access to to a huge archive of information
    I have seen sites that lay out the basics of photography and darkroom in article form but I can't name them offhand. I don't know whether you are interested in the creative seeing and capturing side of photography or technical processing an darkroom instruction but if you are looking for broader organized information in a specific level and area of photography and you don't neccessarily require interactivity, there are many good books that are bound to fit your precise needs. Good photography books has been discussed here and a search will find many recommendations on it.
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    Only APUG. There are no others.


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    thanks for that. M

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    Take it from a web junkie and Google master, t'aint no place better than APUG. Period.
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    How to become a better photographer begins with a solid knowledge and understanding of the materials, equipment and processes. You may find these two online U.S. Navy training manuals a good start (online free or download the pdf ebook for $3 USD each):

    Basic Photography: http://www.tpub.com/content/photography/14209/
    Advanced Photography: http://www.tpub.com/content/photography/14208/

    Knowing the mechanics of photography isn't everything, however. Applying principles of visual design into your photography is equally important to creating interesting images with impact. Following are direct links to two excellent, free online articles that might help you with those principles. You may find other articles at http://photoinf.com/ helpful as well.

    http://photoinf.com/General/Robert_B...ual_Design.htm
    http://photoinf.com/General/Johannes...ion_rules.html

    A resource such as APUG is the next best thing to having a mentor by your side - I doubt you'll find a better one anywhere.

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    thanks greg. M.

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    I came across this recently and consider it worth looking at - www.nyclondon.com
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