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  1. #11
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    long list? are you kidding?

    wait for a few days and I will show you a LONG list.

    if you rember my old 3d links list this one will beat it in length.
    Last edited by Adam3da; 04-02-2005 at 03:17 PM.

  2. #12
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    http://istockphoto.com

    Site with images. They are professional images to buy for designing sites or marketing, but the images are good to look at and break down.
    JapanGaku - Blog about Japan, J-Drama, and the Japanese Language
    BuddyLindsey.com - My Development Blog

  3. #13
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    Heres another... http://h41157.www4.hp.com/hpgc/uk/en...24%5E7313.html for some good macro tips


    and here are some others ive just found... all relating to macro photography...

    Macro Photography for Digital Cameras
    Exploring Close-up Photography - A good tutorial that looks at the topics of Macro Lenses, Focusing and Depth of Field, Exposures and Backgrounds and Using Flash in Close-ups.

    Digital Focus: How to Shoot Small Objects Up Close - An article all about macro photography

    Macro Digital Photography - A class room project for children in Macro Photography

    Getting Up-Close And Personal With Digital Photography An article with Tips And Techniques For Macro Shooting.

    Macro photography: advice from a pro - Some practical tips on Macro Photography as part of a larger article.

    Macro Rings and Macro Lenses - A discussion on the topic

    Macro Photography - General
    Macro Photography - How to take close-up pictures of small things.

    Macro Photography for Beginners - A very comprehensive article on the topic.

    Macro Photography Gadgets - A roundup of the gadgets that will help you move really close to your subject.

    A Lesson on Macro Photography - Lesson includes Technique, Lighting Tips, Film Speed and Focusing Tips.

    Close up Photography - The Inexpensive way to do Macro Photography.

    Macro Photography FAQ - Hundreds of Macro Photography Questions and Answers.

    Macro Photography - Butterfly page

    Close-up, Macro photography techniques, tips and advice - An assortment of advice on Macro Photography

    Up Close and Personal - Macro Photography Tips

    Macro tips - Basic Macro tips and tips for specific objects like - coins and medals, shells, fruit, flowers, stamps and even fish in aquariums.
    Last edited by phOny; 04-08-2005 at 05:51 AM.
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  4. #14
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    Great

    Thanks for the links

  5. #15
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    great sites guys!!! i also owe phony a big thanks for directing me to potography-on-the.net...a bunch of us californians got together last weekend...now...im ordering a 5d (yeah...it hurt my wallet)
    PLEASE READ THE REST OF THE TOPIC BEFORE POSTING

  6. #16
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    http://www.luminous-landscape.com/ (the best intermediate to advanced resource imho)

    http://www.kenrockwell.com/tech.htm (take with a pinch of salt, but overall a pretty good read)

    http://www.bythom.com/ (good Nikon reference)
    /eikonoklastes

  7. #17
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    Nikonians , nikon users community site. Great forums and resource section. Also some great podcasts to check out. Resources also useful to non-nikon users.

  8. #18
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    $$$$$$$

    Quote Originally Posted by percent20 View Post
    http://istockphoto.com

    Site with images. They are professional images to buy for designing sites or marketing, but the images are good to look at and break down.
    This is a great one, not just for browsing images, but also for selling them! If you have some high quality (and high res) images you think people would buy, become a seller.

    I just became one a month or so ago. I only have like 3 photos up so far. They're pretty tough on you. You have to apply, and submit three photos. They look them over and they turn them down if they aren't up to par (or high enough res). Once you get accepted, they look over EVERY photo you submit for sale, and if they don't like it, it doesn't get posted.

    It's actually a good thing though, because it forces you to improve your work to a more professional level. I just wish I had more time to take more.
    -Mr. 3d


  9. #19
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    I like this video series on YouTube.
    Digital Photography One on One
    http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7DE50CFC19370404

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    Whoa, loads of stuff. Thank you for sharing guys

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