I figured since my trip to Washington DC was partially to blame for the lack for Weekend Links posts lately, that I’d throw up the first photo I’ve edited from the trip so far.
As you may have noticed, we’ve started the month of May already (April just flew by for me, I don’t know about you). Which means that next week, I’ll be posting my favorite People photos from the iffles.com Monthly Themes group on flickr. May’s theme is colors – which is a nice broad topic, which should be fun. However it inspires you, feel free to enter them into the group! The only rule is that the photo must be taken sometime this month.
Now for the links!
- I wish I’d read this list of 10 easy tips for great travel photography before I went on my recent trip to DC!
- Color plays an important role in photography, and you can use it to create strong compositions. (found via Epic Edits)
- Speaking of Epic Edits, they recently posted 7 more tips for extremely wide angles – and since my wide angle lens is one of my favorites, I found it to be a good read
- As photographers, we obviously all have our camera out a lot, right? Well, sometimes it’s good to know when it’s time to put the camera away.
- I can’t vouch for any of these, because I’m not into podcasts at all at the moment, but phototuts+ listed 6 useful and informative photography podcasts to check out if you do the whole podcast listening thing!
- It’s so hard to avoid photographing a flower, isn’t it? But sometimes I find it hard to capture the true beauty of what I see in front of me. Here’s a great article about the art of flower photography that might help.
- The title of this link really speaks for itself: The Definitive List of Online Photography Magazines. So, if you’re looking for anything else to read, you should probably check it out!
- I prefer shooting outside in natural sunlight, but obviously we can’t all do that all of the time, so it’s important to read up on what every photographer needs to know about indoor lighting conditions.
- My favorite kind of lighting articles are ones that show before and afters when adding lights into a photography situation, much like this flash-lit friday article from Ronan Palliser.
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