Daguerreotypes by Jesse Andrewartha
Flatbed Slide, Negative Scanning Using Cut and Fold Adapter
Long exposure photography means using a long shutter speed, a tripod, and often a remote shutter release. The resulting effect is to sharply capture stationary elements of a scene, while blurring, smearing, or obscuring any moving elements. It's a beautiful effect, and can lead to incredibly beautiful images. In this roundup, we've compiled some amazing long exposure photography, along with useful tips and links to help you try it yourself! 3 Tips For Long Exposure Photography Go Steady 70 Dazzling Long Exposure Photography Examples & Tips
The Photographers of Magnum Photos - Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, George Rodger and David "Chim" Seymour
The Frugal Photographer Catalog
Fifteen years ago I created the Digital Camera Resource Page with the goal of helping regular people find the right camera for their needs. The site started off slow, but soon the camera market picked up, and things took off. At the peak of the digital camera revolution, three million people per month were visiting the DCRP. Later in the decade, things started to slow down dramatically. The economy wasn't doing well.