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Zines, mags, and other resources

Here are some really useful websites for photographers and artists.

http://www.absolutearts.com - News from the artworld as well as announcements of exhibitions and contests.

http://www.apogeephoto.com - An online photo magazine. Some decent articles aimed at pros.

http://www.artandculture.com - Links to info about all the arts, jazz, painting, dance, photography, and more.

http://www.artmarketing.com - Take an online class on marketing art.

http://craiggoldwyn.com - Tips on imaging, photopainting, and links to cool websites. Subscribe to my email newsletter.

http://www.commarts.com - Communication Arts is a magazine about creative visual communications for designers. A great source of inspiration.

http://www.computer-darkroom.com - Ian Lyons offers tutorials, tips, tricks, and reviews on his website "Computer-Darkroom." Good stuff.

http://www.dcresource.com - Digital Camera Resource Page has news and reviews about digital photography and gear.

http://www.dcviews.com - The latest news on digital cameras with reviews, great news features, and almost 2000 links!

http://www.digitalimagingmag.com - Digital Imaging Magazine's website. Gallery, contests, back issues.

http://digitaljournalist.org - Excellent articles, commentaries, and images aimed at the professional photojournalist.

http://www.dpreview.com - Very good reviews of digital cameras, scanners, printers, news, product announcements, and other useful articles.

http://www.edigitalphoto.com - Digital Photo magazine online. Huge list of links, especially supplier links, but there are only names and urls, without descriptions. Worth a visit.

http://www.kodak.com - Tips and tricks, a glossary, film specifications, and an basic photo course. You can even buy satellite photos.

http://www.nationalgeographic.org/photography - National Geographic magazine is renowned for some of the world's most beautiful photos. Their online photo section contains galleries, a photo of the day, wallpapers, photo news, tips on photography, buying a camera, getting cameras and film through customs,, photographer bios, FAQs ("How do I become a National Geographic photographer?"), an archive of movies of seminars and lectures by their photographers, and even info about how to license National Geographic images.

- The New York Times view of art online.

http://www.onemodelplace.com - Models.

http://www.onlinephotography.com - Galleries, message boards, articles.

http://www.pdn-pix.com - The online site for PDN magazine. News, info, reviews, articles, opinion.

http://www.peimag.com - News, notes, reviews, articles.

http://www.photoalley.com - Equipment re-seller and educator all in one. Hundreds of informative articles from how-to to reviews. Edited by Jen Bidner. Kodak owns a chunk of this major site.

http://www.photographyreview.com - Reviews, film, accessories, community forums, critique of your work, community assignment.

http://photo.net - A community of people trying to improve their photography.

http://www.photoshot.com, - From England, this is a photo portal that even offers free ISP services. The Open Gallery allows you to exhibit and sell online.

http://phototravel.com/ptn.htm - Photo Traveler Guides for Photographers has ideas on where to go and what to photograph in North America.

http://www.pixelpress.org - An beautiful ezine dedicated to pictures and non-linear storytelling.

http://www.popphoto.com - Home of the popular magazine, Popular Photography.

http://www.poynter.org - The Poynter Institute is a valuable source of information for photo journalists.

http://www.rleggat.com/photohistory/index.html - The history of photography from 1825 to 1920, with bios of important people.

http://www.robgalbraith.com - News and reviews for photogs.

http://www.shutterbug.net - Big useful site with reviews and good annotated links.

http://www.sightphoto.com - Photography, reviews, and news with a forum to display and discuss your photos.

http://spinography.com - All about immersive virtual reality imaging with an emphasis on QuickTime VR.

http://stereographer.com - Devoted to stereo photography with links to the top contemporary shooters and technical sites. Produced by Yours Truly.

http://www.steves-digicams.com/diginews.html - Steve's Digicams reviews new products, news and notes, specs, etc. One of the better resources.

http://dir.yahoo.com/Arts/Visual_Arts/Photography - Links to info about practically every aspect of photography imaginable. Would you believe there are 17 links to sites about pinhole photography?

http://dir.yahoo.com/Arts/Visual_Arts/Photography/Magazines - Go here for a list of other online mags and ezines.

http://www.zonezero.com - Articles, commentary, and book reviews.

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