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This section includes reviews of all of those other resources that want to teach you about photography, either in print, on tape, or in person.

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Some help with starting studio lighting
by 16958.v1/Brian (12) on July 7, 2002 8:08:52 PM CDT

A few tips and observations for those just starting studio lighting.

Photoshop CS2 RAW
by albertdebruijn/Albert (3,635) on August 4, 2006 1:58:42 AM CDT

Are you not getting the results from shooting RAW that you were expecting? Then this book is for you.

Kenya Photo Safari Workshop 2006
by invisiblewl/Vadim (0) on November 18, 2005 11:36:58 AM CST

Kenya photo safari and workshop in January, 2006. This will be a 10 day trip. We will conduct our safari workshop in the :Mt Kenya - Lake Baringo - Lake Nakuru - Lake Naivasha

Photoworkshop on Vancouver Island
by schaeffer/Thomas (2,754) on August 24, 2005 1:19:08 PM CDT

Photoworkshop with Pro photographer Rolf Hicker on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada

Perfect Black
by vasko/Bob (250) on March 10, 2003 4:49:35 PM CST

For beginners who want to create a perfect black background at home...

Increase Your Photoshop Results By Two Thumbs
by ringotaylhardat/Ringo (669) on March 9, 2003 7:28:19 PM CST

A method of improvind your abiltiy to sharpen an image while still keeping the same amount of texture. Or to add completely diversed and contrasting levels in the same image.

Get The Details Into Your Photos
by 92955.v1/Bert (175) on February 25, 2003 2:58:53 PM CST

This technique describes a quick overview on how to get some of the missing details in your digital images to stand out when they appear as if they're not even there.

Shaw's "Business of nature photography"
by mnystedt/Magnus (846) on June 7, 2002 9:15:01 PM CDT

This book is about how extremely tough it is, but also how rewarding it can be, to make it as a full time stock photographer today.

Book Review: Learning to Light
by 528.v1/Chris (1,669) on March 20, 2002 11:56:31 AM CST

If you want to take control of the light you use then this is a very good book.

Book Review: John Hedgecoe’s Guide to 35mm Photography
by 528.v1/Chris (1,669) on March 19, 2002 5:38:49 PM CST

The first book you should ever buy on photography

Book Review: The Complete Guide to Close-Up and Macro Photography
by 528.v1/Chris (1,669) on March 19, 2002 5:02:02 PM CST

A superbly written and produced guide to the equipment, techniques and creativity needed in macro photography.

Book Review: The A-Z of Creative Photography
by 528.v1/Chris (1,669) on March 19, 2002 4:57:58 PM CST

Suffering from creativity block? Photographed every flower in the garden? Need some inspiration? Read on…..