RESOURCES
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RESOURCES

One of the benefits of belonging to STPS is the opportunity to meet other photographers and learn from their experiences and knowledge.  In this section, we will be listing resources identified by  our members in hopes of expanding our knowledge of the field. 

Our objective is to save our members time and frustration by locating the resources for you.

Check back often as we add to this body of knowledge.

FREE ONLINE PHOTOGRAPHY TRAINING SITES

Adorama Learning Center

Adorama Video Tutorials

Photography Tutorials For Beginners

Photography 101 Videos

Photography Tutorials For Advanced

Sandisk Photography Webinars

B & H Photography Tutorials

B&H Pro Audio Podcast

Adobe TV - Videos For All Adobe Products

Adobe Creative Suite Podcast - Terry White

Adobe Photoshop Podcast - Terry White

Wacom Tutorials

MISCELLANEOUS PHOTOGRAPHY RESOURCES

Jeff Curto - Light, Lens, and Time


National Association of Photoshop Professionals 

Lynda.com Online Training Videos - Subscription is only $25/month, no contract and you can stop/start at anytime.  Hundreds of video training courses on a variety of topics by industry experts.

KOKEN - free online system to display photos and create photo web sites.

Camera Simulators

Scott Kelby Training

Masters of Photography

Ansel Adams

Fibonacci

Fibonacci spiral to paste into your photoshop files

Rule of thirds

Photo composition

Photo Composition Articles

REVIEW SITES

Digital Camera Reviews

Digital Photography Reviews

Steve’s Digital Camera Site

ARTICLES

Which Batteries Last Longest
 

MEETING PRESENTATIONS

How To Photograph A Solar Eclipse by Bill Munch
Flash Photography - Part 1
Legal Issues For Photographers by Bill Schuette
Understanding Histograms by Robert Baumgartner
Sharpening Images (Presentation - 5MB)
Sharpening Images (Outline - 67KB) by Bill Schutte
High Dynamic Range Photography by Bill Schuette
Photoshop 101 by Bill Munch

MAGAZINES

Shutterbug Magazine

Popular Photography

Outdoor Photographer

Photo Answers


CAMERA MANUFACTURERS

Canon

Nikon

Olympus

Pentax

HOW TO POST YOUR ASSIGNMENT PHOTO IN OUR FLICKR GROUP

First upload your photo to your Flickr photo stream.

Then click on the thumbnail of your image to access it.

Next, and this is an important step, click on the “Share” drop down link above the image. You should now see three more choices. Share this via, Grab the link ( which is what you did) and Grab the HTML/BBCode, you want to click the HTML/BBCode. Once you click this link you will get a code, but you will also get a drop down box below the code which allow you to chose the size of the picture you want (Medium or 500 pixels is good).

Once you choose the picture size then you can copy and paste in the club’s group assignment section. Note: Choose HTML, this choice is right below the size drop down box.

In the edit box, you can add a comment, preview it and then post it to make it available to all.

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