Link Roundup 11-24-2007

LAST CALL FOR THE L.A. PHOTOWALK THIS SUNDAY!!! Trevor and I will both be there ready to shoot some photos, so head into L.A. this Sunday and join us for some photowalking fun.

  • 6 Tips for Bulletproof Aquarium Photography
    Aquarium photography can pose some some unique challenges you won’t find anywhere else. The combination of the low-light without a tripod, thick & dirty glass, hyperactive kids, and floating debris can make for challenging shots.
  • Effective Photo Keywording Step by Step
    It’s the least interesting part of any photography project but it could be the most valuable. Whether you’re uploading your photos to Flickr, to a stock site, or even to your own website, incoming traffic can depend heavily on your keywords.
  • Lighting 102: Restricting Light
    Gobos, snoots, grid spots, and cookies are covered in this article. Don't know what those terms mean? Check it out, there are great photos and descriptions to go along with the funky names.
  • How to Shoot a Waterfall
    Alex Wise Photography
    Shooting waterfalls is amazingly easy but it seems a lot of people don't know what they're doing. This article includes technical tips and also natural tips for selecting the right time to shoot a waterfall.
  • Keep Your Eyes Open
    Beyond Megapixels
    Keeping both eyes open while shooting gives you a wider field of view, it makes your subject more at ease, and it helps your telephoto work, but it's a hard technique to master.
  • Better Handheld Shots at Low Shutter Speeds
    All Day I Dream About Photography
    Tips and techniques for working in low-light situations, plus a little trick that usually proves to be worthwhile.
  • 10 Top Sites for Alternative Urban Photography
    The Se7eners
    Ten sites that span the spectrum and that anyone who loves urban photographs should know and bookmark.
  • Video of the Week — This is some serious studio work… 3 days for this photo!