By |2016-11-29T20:26:24+10:00July 22nd, 2010|Categories: digital asset management, Photography, photography teaching, web sites|Tags: , , , , |

I have to admit, I am seriously impressed with the Digital Photography Workflow website dpbestflow.org. An initiative of the American Society of Media Photographers and funded by the American Library of Congress, it is a fantastic resource for all digital photographers worldwide. It is mainly the work of Richard Anderson and Digital Asset Management guru, Peter Krogh, but of course let's not forget there is always a large team behind any endevour of this size and quality. The site covers pretty much every aspect of digital photography workflow you could think of. The layout and structure of the site is simply awesome - well thought out, logical and very user friendly. There are a wealth of graphics and videos to complement the crisp, concise writing, and the quality of the information is about as good as it gets. There is also a companion book called Digital photography best practices and [...]

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 [...]