Here are links to other photography websites that may be of interest to our clients and guests. These links will go to sites that have blogs with information on photography for new and advanced photographers. You may find these sites useful for whatever your needs may be so feel free to check them out. More will be added as I locate worthwhile informational sites.
My Blog site for information and ideas and just general information.
A site for printing your photography needs, such as, photos, business cards, photo books and more.
A website for landscape photographers who want to learn more and enter photo contests.
A website that offers tips and information regarding photography and subscriptions to their magazines. They also offer photo contest entries and prizes.
Located in Tempe Az., provides a full array of photographic needs. Rentals, sales, printing, gear and some good old fashion advice.
Stock photos of the Orange County area of Califormia.
Photography information and workshops courses.
Photography information, ebooks and training, HDR is Trey's specialty.
Photographer, speaker and show hostess, plus webinars and workshops.
B and H photo/video store.Cameras and accessories for your photographic needs.
Adorama. Cameras and accessories online for your photo equipment needs.
A fully equipped training site for learning about photography to post processing training in Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom. All levels of photography and software training, including videos, webinars and on site seminars. Also the home for NAPP (Nat'l Assc of Photoshop Professionals). They offer discounts with many online stores and seminars.
This site is dedicated to photoshop users regardless of experience level. It is also an affiliate of Kelby Training. There is plenty of training material and tutorials, as well as, discounts for your favorite software and hardware purchases. It is a membership association, but well worth investment, especially if you are new to photography and/or photoshop.
1. How to use Radial Gradients in Photoshop to direct your viewer's eye.
2. How to create low-key Rembrandt style lighting in your photos.
3. How to take wonderful portraits with your iPhone!
4. Since we are going into fall - Here are 6 tips for photographing fall color.
5. Great info if you have upgraded your iPhone/iPad to IOS 11 - How to make your iPhone shoot jpeg again - so you don't run into compatibility problems with your editing programs.