Looking for a lens or two?
There's good reviews here at http://photozone.de/
Since it's German it must be good!
FWIW here are my photo's
I havent started submitting to NG . . . yet. . .
If you are using a DSLR you know about dust. With a background as a camera repairman, I help consumers clean their own cameras.
Here is the best treatise I've found on the standards, codes, and capabilities of all the SD cards we see out there.
If you are a fan of historic photography, you gotta check out this guy, Quinn Jacobson:
For getting good pics to begin with, there is nothing, nothing, more important that learning the principles of composition, or what they used to call 'design.'
Here's a start:
But if you really want to learn about composition (and you should), the best book on the subject, IMHO, is Michael Freeman's The Photographer's Eye. Excellent book.
Plan your shoots:
Harold Davis, a Bay Area photog with lots of books, does great tuts, and workshops in the Bay Area, for very little $$
And for post processing your digital captures:
Russell Brown, the doctor of all things Adobe Photoshop has this to offer:
George Jardine, Lightroom, Photoshop
Tim Grey, Lightroom, Photoshop
And you could spend years just learning from Adobe's own Julieanne Kost:
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Munchy: These are some really great links. I had one or two of them, but these are great resources. My son is just getting into photography and really enjoyed the 10 tips on composition. Thanks.