10 Useful Photo Links – June 17, 2011
Here is this week’s edition of 10 Useful Photo Links, where you can find informative photography resources to help you along in your photography. The list this week includes articles on creative commons license, working with photoshop, tips for taking photos in a zoo and street photography, a DIY accessory holder project and many more.
- As a photographer you might have questions about copyright and Creative Commons license. In this guide, photo tuts+ brings you a minified explanation on the two topics and how you can protect your images.
- Did you know that working directly with pixels in Photoshop could degrade your image quality? Find out how to avoid that with non-destructive Photoshop techniques om Photofocus.
- What sets a photographer apart from an ordinary person on the street? Read more about the photographer’s vision here, brought to you by Photofocus.
- Heading to the zoo this weekend? Equip yourself with these quick tips by photo tuts+ to capture zippy zoo photos.
- If you’re just heading out for a walk, bring along your camera. This street photography guide by Digital Photography School might just help you get that epic street photo you’ve been looking for.
- Is it really necessary to keep your lens clean and shiny? This experiment by Kurt Munger might just change your mind.
- Are you looking for a project to fill your spare time this weekend? Here is one from DIY Photography on making an accessories holder using gaffer tape.
- Circular polarizer, linear polarizer, polarizing filter. What are they? Watch this video at Photoxels to understand what polarizers are and what they do.
- Are you thinking about learning some lighting tricks to improve your photos? DIY Photography has a great list of lighting tutorials for you.
- Staying true to the iPhone/iOS theme of the week, here is one for you on using the iPad as a travel helper.