What I’ve Been Reading

May 10, 2010
f/29; 20mm; 1 sec; ISO 100

f/29; 20mm; 1 sec; ISO 100. One of today's links is about shooting waterfalls, something I haven't had much luck with in the past

You may have noticed I’ve decided to change the name of these link entries from Weekend Links. I have accepted the fact that I’m just not very good at always getting around to posting them on the weekend. Oops.

As a reminder, later this week, I’ll be going through the iffles.com Monthly Theme Group on flickr to pick out my favorite photos from April – People photos! Now, I haven’t finished editing/uploading all of my April photos, but I’ve decided that not everyone is as far behind as I am, so it’s probably safe to start selecting the photos now. If you still have yet to post for April, you better get to it! And don’t forget that May’s theme is colors!

  • Ronan Palliser shares some options for shooting in low-light situations, like aquariums.
  • I know I’m a little late post this – as you only have until Sunday – but if you haven’t seen it already, DIY Photography is doing a contest right now for an amazing bunch of prizes. check out the Bag O’ Goodies!
  • I’m planning on take a short trip in the next few weeks where I will stop to see one of my personal favorite waterfalls (Taughannock Falls), so these 7 tips for photographing waterfalls just might come in handy!
  • Lightstalking is asking if you can do these 7 things on your camera without looking – it’s an interesting look into the types of things that should become second-nature to you the more you get comfortable with your camera.
  • This article about simple steps for shooting amazing silhouettes is actually older than my last Weekend Links post, but I don’t recall posting it? I apologize if I did. Perhaps my organization system for link posting isn’t quite as good as I thought it was…

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