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Photography

Photography can be a method of documenting news to share it with the world or capturing moments of your life to enhance your own memories. Or photography can be an art form focused on creation, expression, and experimentation. Whatever the basis of your interest in photography, the Internet is your starting point for finding what you want to know. Whether you're just starting to learn about technique or thinking about offering your own photographs for sale, this guide will show you where to look for the information you need.

Photography Magazines and Blogs

Photography magazine Web sites and photo blogs are excellent sources of general information, ... read more »

Basic Photography Tips

Thirty years ago, the only ways to learn about photography were books, classes, or direct ... read more »

Reviews of cameras and photography equipment

Ready to buy? A variety of Web sites exist to help you navigate the potentially overwhelming world ... read more »

Photography Classes

Various Internet directories provide lists of photography schools organized by geographic area. ... read more »

Photo Editing

Numerous online tutorials are available to help you learn how to use photo software to enhance your ... read more »

Share and print photos

A variety of Web sites exist that allow you to upload and share your photos. Some provide an ... read more »

Photo Projects

When you want to expand your creations beyond simple prints, you can turn your photos into photo ... read more »

Buy and Sell Photographs and Images

The Internet provides many resources for buying photos for your own use and for selling your own ... read more »

Find a photographer

You'll probably meet a few photographers before you finally select one, but the sites below can you help narrow your search or give you a jumping-off point. Not only can you explore databases of photographers that include their online portfolios or links to their homepages, but you'll also find tips and advice for choosing a photographer.

Dulcinea's Insight

  • Your friends and family are good sources of information as well. If someone you know had strong feelings in either direction about the person she hired, take note. Even if you don't come across that same photographer, you'll get an idea of what to look out for in an interview or on a Web site.
  • Make sure you have all the details in place before a big event, and make your expectations known. Do you want photos of certain people or combinations of people? Should the photographer take pictures of everybody in attendance? If you state what you want clearly beforehand, you're much more likely to get it.

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History of Photography

Photography enthusiasts often have Web sites focusing on famous photographers and their works, and ... read more »

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