Feb 06 2009

Off-Campus Learning Links for February

Published by at 3:35 am under Off-Campus Learning,Tips & Tricks

links.thumbnail Off Campus Learning Links for FebruaryIt’s that time of the month again where I share with you some of my favorite photo links.
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I’m currently in Cancun shooting a spa book, then a week of R&R in Miami. Life is rough. icon wink Off Campus Learning Links for February Hopefully, I’ll have time here in Cancun to shoot a few tutorials! And before I get to the links, I would just like to toot my own horn for a second. YPS made Photography Colleges’s top 100 photography blogs! Woohoo. OK, back to some serious stuff now.
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Scott Kelby has a 4-part video series on the new Photoshop CS4. Well worth viewing if you plan upgrading soon or if you already have it. Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4
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Udi over at Diyphotography.net has a great post about a DIY bokeh shape changer.
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Here’s a great video if you want to know more about photography legend Ansel Adams.


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If you don’t know Chris Jordan yet… now you do! Some dramatic images to push a call to action to reduce waste. Check out his talk at TED and his personal Website.
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Over at DPS is a fun tutorial about gradient maps.
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Planning a photography trip? Over at XposurePro, they go through a travel photography checklist.
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If you’re a stock photographer or plan to be one, Yuri Arcurs has a great article on the best ways of researching images for your next photo shoot.

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  1. edmundon 14 Feb 2009 at 11:12 pm

    what a wonderful discussion is, i so admired and your passion, i would like to attend a class to learn more about photograhpy catching, what do u think?

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