|• Webby Enterprises
Webby has been my hosting company since about 1994, before I secured my first domain in 2004.
A couple of college kids started MagicNet.net in Orlando, Florida around 1994. Maybe before.
It has changed names over the years, but they have always been great!
|• Depth of Field vs. Aperture
Here's a great example of Depth of Field vs. Aperture in incremental steps.
|• Andrew Kibe Productions
Andrew did a great job on some old VHS and 8mm movie conversions for me and is reasonably priced.
|• Digital Photography School
This is a great site to get a lot of information.
|• B&H Photo-Video
Tons of equipment, great prices, and fast shipping. A photographer's wish book!
|• Metadata 2 Go - Metadata Viewer
Displays the EXIF information for images, as long as the data has not been stripped from the file.
A great selection of mat boards, backer boards, and display bags.
|• DPRevived (The new Digital Photography Review)
Good reviews of cameras and lenses.
|• Image Resizer for Windows
Becomes part of the "Right-Mouse Click" file options in File Explorer
A very handy tripod? for shots, especially REALLY LOW ones.
|• Depth of Field Simulator
This is great for helping understand the effects of lens settings on depth of field.
|• Abandoned America
An amazing collection of images of abandoned places in the U.S.
|• Fine Art Photography by Mary Louise Ravese
Another great place to get some art for your wall.
|• The Photographer's Ephemeris
Ever wonder where the sun will be when you go someplace to shoot?
This application will let you see where the sun, shadows, and moon will be for
a given location at any given date and time. GREAT for shot planning!
These battery holders are great, no more loose batteries. (Insert upside-down for used.)
|• Coppermine Gallery
This is the image gallery program used here at My Mind's Eye.
A great hosting company with excellent service.
|• Snap Magnetic Glasses (was Clic Magnetic Glasses)
Need cheaters to use the controls on your camera, but not to shoot images?
These things are GREAT!
They hang close to your neck, not swaying all over on a lanyard.
|• Does Sensor Size Matter?
Confused about the differences in camera sensors?
This two part article by Roger Clark may be able to help.
|• Popular Photography
|• Amateur Photographer
|• Landscape Photography
|• Petersen's Photographic
|• Digital Camera World