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Photography enthusiasts often have Web sites focusing on famous photographers and their works, and some museums dedicate portions of their Web sites to supplemental material to enhance their photography exhibits.
- You'll have more luck searching if you narrow your topic somewhat. Look for photographers from a particular country or time period or those using a particular method or focusing on a specific type of subject.
- Search for "photography museums" and look at their online exhibits to get an idea of what's out there.