Glossery of Photography Terminology
|A very complete glossary of terms.
|Links to Cameras, Photo software, Magazines, etc.
||Photo Start Sheet|
SCC Critiquing Development
|Sedona Camera Club Juding Criteria & Sub-Criteria
||SCC Judging Rubric|
|Glossary of Judging Terminology
|Bob Coates, Image Competition & Judging
|12 Elements for the Success of Art or Images
||12 Elements for Success|
|Photomatix for HDR images
|macphun Software (for Macs)
Keeping up to date, software training videos
Matt Klokowski - Photoshop Video Training
Matt Klokowski - Forum for Lightroom, Photoshop and general photography
Kelby One - Online Training for Creative People
|Lynda.com - Easy-to-follow video tutorials help you learn software, business, creative skills, and more.
|B&H Photo - Gear guides, tutorials and learning resources for Photographers.
|Adorama Learning Center - Gear guides, tutorials and learning resources for Photographers.
|Photoshop Café - Photoshop tutorials and learning resources for Photographers, Designers & Digital Artists.
|Adobe TV - Lightroom
|Adobe TV - Photoshop
|Adobe TV - Premiere Elements
|Adobe TV - Elements
|YouTube - Photoshop Channel
|YouTube - Lightroom Channel
|The Photographer’s Ephemeris (TPE) helps you plan outdoor photography shoots in natural light, particularly landscape and urban scenes. It’s a map-centric sun and moon calculator: see how the light will fall on the land, day or night, for any location on earth.
Publications & Reviews
INTERESTING OFFER - AL Judge Photography Collection
Please download/save the .pdf to view the offer for free books this holiday season (starting on the 12th of November). We also suggest you simply search AMAZON for "free Photography books".
|Outdoor Photographer (OP) is an excellent magazine for both location, wildlife, and technical information. One can use a search engine for find info on this web site.
|Shutterbug magazine has articles on new equipment and software. They sometimes have informative articles on photo related software.
|Digital Photography Review has very detailed reviews on an extensive array of photographic equipment. Anyone considering a major photographic purchase would do well by checking this site.
|The-Digital-Picture.com, one of the largest, most-trusted and most-long-established DSLR camera, lens and photography accessory review sites!
Workshops & Events
|Santa Fe Photographic Workshops has some information and an extensive list of classes.
Joshua Cripps, based in the former Gold Rush town of Jamestown, CA, has
a very helpful 10-minute tutorial on YouTube on how to mat photographs entitled 'How to Mat a Print in an
Archival, Conservation-safe Manner'
|For the monthly competitions, one doesn’t need to
use glue demonstrated by Joshua—especially if one will reuse the mat
for future competitions. Instead
use a doubled over low tack blue 3M tape available at your local
hardware store at the inside the bottom of the mat.
Securing the mat and supporting base will prevent
the piece from opening and potentially damaging the print.
|Below is a list of a few websites with matting supplies suggested by experienced printers in the SCC:|
|- Golden State Art||http://www.goldenstateart.com/|
|- Clear Bags and Pre-Cut Mats||http://www.clearbags.com/mats-backing/pre-cut|