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Places to Go on the Web – Great Photo Sites Issue 7

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I love photography. Not only do I love to take photographs, I love to talk, teach, and explore photography. I also like to look at great photographs to get ideas on how I can be a better photographer.
If you have any interest in digital photography, then a visit to some of these sites is worth your time. Looking at great photos will help make your own photos better because you can get ideas, tips and see what and how others are photographing their subjects. As your cruise Cyberspace, spend a few minutes looking at these Websites:

Brian Kuhlmann: Chicago-based photographer Brian Kuhlmann’s use of light and color is spectacular. His start in photography is equally interesting: using six StarKist labels, he sent in for his Charlie Tuna camera and he was hooked. If you don’t have a lot of time, I recommend that you look at his “Movement” and his “Fashion” sections.

Michael Crouser: Michael Crouser’s photographic work is in a class by itself. He is a true storyteller and has a tremendous ability to use light and shadow to paint a scene. Also, if you’re looking for a great photo book, check out his “Dog Run.” For $32 US, it’s well worth the investment.

Pentax: Pentax users listen up: There’s a Website devoted just to you. Sponsored by Pentax, this Website features work by fellow Pentax-users including Mark Dimalanta and Julie Quarry. This is a really cool, fun and informative Website regardless the equipment you use.

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Written by jeremyparce

March 30, 2009 at 6:34 pm

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