Weekend Links

October 4, 2009

366 - 350: You can't shut me up
My most popular photo on flickr

I missed last week because I was still in Vacation Mode, so you get two weeks of links in one! Exciting!

  • Ronan Palliser wrote this week about an amazing silhouette shot that isn’t quite as it seems.
  • Sometimes the key to being a good photographer is putting the camera down. Check out this article about Knowing When to Quit (via photodoto.com).
  • Sports just isn’t my thing. But if it’s yours, and you’re interested in improving your sports photography, check out these 8 Tips for Taking Sports Photos Like a Pro.
  • Kinetic Photography is basically “toss your camera” photography. The main rule is that your camera is moving as the photo is taken. Check out these beautiful examples!
  • Speaking of beautiful examples of types of photography, check out these examples of high-speed photography.
  • You might think this one is a stretch, but Teller (of Penn and Teller fame) once wrote a letter that inspired a struggling magician – and I think his advice applies to any creative field (like photography). You can read the letter, and the story behind it, here.
  • Would you like to see your photos on flickr used in other places? A quick read of this guide to finding and using incredible flickr images should help you figure out what to do in order to make your photos easier to find. My favorite part of this article is the way they explain all the different Creative Commons licenses.
  • Related, if you just want your photos on flickr to get more attention, check out these 10 tips.

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