Link Roundup 10-11-2008

  • A Primer In Selling Your Art At Festivals
    digital Photography School
    Selling photos in art festivals can be one of the most effective ways to sell prints. Here are some before, during, and after tips for dealing with these events.
  • John Chiara with a Huge Camera
    I love film photography, but this is just nuts! Though you have to admit that crawling inside your camera to load the film is kinda cool.
  • Shame On Yahoo!
    Photo Business News & Forum
    It seems as though Flickr was on the verge of a big mistake by choosing to strip metadata from their uploads in an effort to make downloads quicker. Have no fear though, it looks like they chose the right path.
  • 5 Ways to Shoot Autumn Leaves
    Beyond Megapixels
    For those of us in the Norther Hemisphere, fall is approaching rapidly. Here are some tips for capturing the changing seasons and the changing leaves.
  • The Adjustment Brush – My Favorite New Tool
    For Lightroom 2 and ACR 5 users, here's a good video tutorial on the Adjustment Brush tool, which allows you to make localized non-destructive edits on your photos for various things such as exposure, brightness, contrast, satruation, sharpness, etc.
  • We Are Lilliputians in a Bathtub
    Chase Jarvis Blog
    Chase found a cool time lapse video that used a tilt-shift lens. Between the effect of the lens and the effect of the time-lapse, this is a really interesting video to watch.

    Bathtub III from Keith Loutit on Vimeo.
  • Four Cool Photo Sharing Sites For Photographers
    Andrew S Gibson
    Nearly everybody has heard of Flickr, but what other photo sharing sites are there specifically aimed at photographers? Here are four cool photo sharing sites outside the realm of Flickr.
  • 10 Essential Tips To Get Great Blue Angels Photos
    If the Blue Angels are ever in your neck of the woods, check out these tips for getting the most out of photographing them.
  • 5 Tips for Building Your Photography Portfolio
    digital Photography School
    Here are some tips and advice for building up your photography portfolio. This includes things like shooting for free, charging minimal fees, staying organized, and more.