Some great resources for information on Printing (Thanks to John Jacoberger, from his program presented 11/16/2105:
www.dpreview.com (see the printers and printing forum)
www.luminous-landscape.com (great site for tutorials on many topics)
www.redrivercatalog.com (see the support section)
Rick Kobylinski passed out information on some very good YouTube tutorials he stumbled over. Go to www.YouTube.com. Search for “Jeff Cable” and select and view one of his video lessons:
- Recommended “Photography 101” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ksqfTapOk3o
- And “Top 15 features of Photoshop”; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aBInP0ogzUs
Hey, something for DUMMIES - Photoshop Elements 9
This link came to us from Dianne Rose who attended the NECCC 2011.
- Hazel Meredith provided a seminar on the "Powers of Layers" in Photoshop Elements. She has an informative blog on her website: http://meredithimages.wordpress.com/
- Hazel also provided two links to Tim Grey's articles on Sharpening your images. This technique will improve your final image dramatically.
Here's an article to help you determine the image size for SCANNING PRINTS OR FILM.
Marline Mendez shared a copy of the Pennsylvania Magazine Jan/Feb 2012 article on tiny planets, by Bob Kueppers. Unfortunately I can't locate a link to that page, but there are plenty of references on the web....
Photography comes in all forms. This one is really something else: a blog site by Bob Kueppers that explains how to make tiny planets out of your images....
- This is Bob's website which also features a section on tiny planets: http://www.ideaattic.com/
A Guide to Flower Photography see (http://www.avasflowers.net/a-guide-to-flower-photography) with links to many other helpful pages (added Dec 2014, suggested by F. Davis)
Fashion Photography: "Fashion Photography Tips for Beginners": http://blog.lulus.com/resources/fashion-photography-tips-for-beginners/
with link to other resources. (added 3/17/2019, suggested by student Kinsley Edward)
Online Portfolio: How to Setup & What to Include from ROBERT MENING updated Sept 2017
The main benefit of having a portfolio page is that it establishes your brand on the web. This sole fact of having a mention of your business/services online gives you access to millions of people who do their research via Google and other search engines before ever deciding to work with a company or hire a new person. An online portfolio is therefore a great customer acquisition or job finding tool. Plus, since websites are available round the clock, people can navigate to yours whenever it best suits them.....
A link for How to Properly Use a Polarizer from Outdoor Photography magazine: https://www.outdoorphotographyguide.com/article/use-polarizer-landscape-photography/ (added Oct 2018, suggested by J. Hickey)
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