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Places to Go on the Web – Great Photo Sites Issue 12

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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:

Bill Durrence: Travel and location photographer Bill Durrence has traveled the globe making beautiful images. In addition to his freelance photography work, he has taught at the Nikon School of Photography for more than 14 years.

Bill Frakes: Bill Frakes is a Sports Illustrated staff photographer who has worked in more than 100 countries on a variety of assignments. In addition to his work for SI, his client list includes Nike, Champion, Nikon and Reebok.

Jim Reed: When the weather turns bad, most of us head indoors but not Jim Reed. He is one of the most accomplished weather photographers in the world who has spent nearly 20 years documenting meteorological events. He has been published in The New York Times, National Geographic and has credits in America Online and Microsoft. Additionally, Reed was asked to test the Nikon D700 during the 2008 storm season. You can spend hours browsing his galleries of severe weather events.

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