Monday, April 16, 2012

Free- National Geographic Guide to Photography

National Geographic
National Geographic is allowing users to download their National Geographic Guide to Photography for free!

Get it Here!

You can also check out National Geographic's free photography tips and tricks section on their website

Tips for Photographers

They also have a monthly National Geographic photo newsletter which is free to sign up for

Photo Newsletter

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Thursday, October 29, 2009

Free Nikon iPhone App...

Nikon App

Nikon new iPhone app is a new way to access the educational and editorial content found on Nikon’s new Learn & Explore iPhone application now makes this material available to you, whether you are taking pictures close to home or in the field.

From beginning photographer to experienced enthusiast, you are sure to find information on Learn & Explore that is of interest to you—and now that information can go where you go.

Read an article on getting the most from your travel photography while you’re on vacation. Check information on adjusting depth of field or selecting the right shutter speed when you’re taking photos at your child’s sporting event. Access advice on the right aperture for shooting photos indoors when you’re attending a wedding. It’s all there on the Learn & Explore iPhone app. Photography information at your fingertips.

In addition to articles on the fundamentals of photography and various shooting techniques, you can read the four latest issues of Nikon World magazine, complete with images and audio slideshows. Need the definition of a photography term? Check out the Photography Glossary.

The Learn & Explore iPhone app is continually updated with new articles and information. It’s a must for any enthusiastic photographer.

Nikon iPhone app now available at:

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Friday, May 1, 2009

Keep Track of where your photos are going on the web...

Just what are your photos up to?

Ever wonder just what happens to your photos after you post them on the web? Or even worse what if someone else is using your copyrighted photo on there website without permission?

Well there are now a FREE resources to help you keep tabs on where your work is getting off to.

What is TinEye?

TinEye is a reverse image search engine. You can submit an image to TinEye to find out where it came from, how it is being used, if modified versions of the image exist, or to find higher resolution versions.

TinEye is the first image search engine on the web to use image identification technology rather than keywords, metadata or watermarks.

You can search directly from the TinEye website:

Or you can add TinEye browser plug-ins to either firefox or (IE)internet explorer: TinEye Plug-in

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Monday, April 13, 2009

Free Presets for Adobe Lightroom

Presets for Lightroom

Expand Your Creative Possibilites
with Lightroom Presets

Available for free download here:

onOne makes a variety of Photoshop plug-ins including their most popular available for a free 30 day trial.

The Adobe Camera Raw presets are completely free and do not have the 30 day restriction!

Get Over 140 FREE Lightroom Presets Designed by Photoshop Guru Jack Davis
  • Quickly correct color and tone
  • Easily add creative effects
  • Save time by streamlining your workflow
Extensive Range of Versatile Presets for Lightroom

Designed to provide a streamlined workflow and make you more creative, these presets for Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom were designed by Photoshop Guru Jack Davis to help you get the most out of Lightroom. PhotoPresets for Lightroom now includes two dynamite collections of development presets. The first collection, PhotoPresets with One-Click WOW! includes 85 presets for quick and easy image optimization such as color and tonal correction. The second collection, PhotoPresets WOW Effects (released in Feb '09), includes 55 additional presets for adding special effects to your images, taking advantage of the new features in Lightroom 2. The best part is the price - you can download all of these presets for free!
Download PhotoPresets for Lightroom Now.

Presets for Photoshop Lightroom

The original photo, by Jack Davis, is on the far left.

The variations on the right represent examples of

what you can do when applying a single or combination of presets to the photo.

See PhotoPresets for Lightroom In Action

Curious how to get started? Photoshop guru Jack Davis has put together a video showing you how to get the most out of PhotoPresets with One-Click WOW! Watch the full video or select one of the six chapters.

Full Movie (26:30, 40 MB)
Chapter 1 - Introduction (2:18, 3 MB)
Chapter 2 - Getting started using white balance, tone & vibrance presets (5:40, 8 MB)
Chapter 3 - Monochrome: Using the Black & White conversion, tints & vignette presets (4:50, 7 MB)
Chapter 4 - Color Effects: Using HSL presets and manual adjustments (4:50, 7 MB)
Chapter 5 - See it in Action: Full workflow with several examples (7:07, 11 MB)
Chapter 6 - Workflow tips for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom (2:09, 4 MB)

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Hear all about it!

Whether you are a pro or a newbie,
gear or Photoshop oriented,
there is a pod-cast tailored to you

You have an i-pod or an mp3 player, even most mobile phones have the ability so why aren't you listening to photography pod-casts? Don't know where to find them, Ok well here is a list to get you started.


The Ultimate List of

Free Photography Podcasts

This list was compiled by a photography news related website and is quite extensive although by no means complete.

If you know of any great photography pod-casts please post them in the comments section of this post!

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