Photography resources for photography nuts

By |2018-09-18T18:57:54+10:00March 21st, 2010|Categories: Photography|Tags: , , , , , , , |

I spend a fair bit... OK,  OK, ... a lot of time on the Internet. My interests are very wide ranging from sport to the arts to politics, but photography definitely takes the lions share of my attention. Recently, I've had a lot of people asking me about which sites were good or which books were worthwhile (even though I don't read 'em online, I buy 'em online), so I thought a useful post might be to list some of the better photography resources I have found online over the years. Of course it's all subjective, but luckily for you, I think I'm a pretty good judge of information (thank you to my university lecturers who taught me that not all information was of equal value) . There's certainly a whole lot of rubbish out there as well, so you do have to be discerning. OK, here's a bit of [...]

Pixelpost

By |2016-11-29T20:12:41+10:00July 7th, 2008|Categories: blogging, software discussion|Tags: , , , , , |

My other blog, my photoblog, runs on Pixelpost v 1.7. I've been using Pixelpost for nearly two years now, but have only recently upgraded to the newest version. As far as photoblogging applications go, I think it's the best one out there (certainly the best one I've found.) It's free, there are a lot of templates to change the design, and there's a great community of users. But that's not to say I don't have issues with it. I do. I simply don't understand why it has to be so difficult. The answer to that may simply be 'because it's free', and if so, then fine. But maybe that's not the entire answer... I have been dabbling in web design for a few years now, and while I'm not a born coder (never will be) I can write html and have a decent understanding of css. I've even managed to [...]