Everything else

in no particular order…

Blogs of professional photographers :

5 Worthwhile Blogs on The Business of Professional Photography

Macro and product photography :

Cottage and vintage style

13 tips for wildflower photography
5 Cheap Alternatives to a Macro Lens

Weddings :

group portraits – 10 posing tips

Boyan Pavlov – high resolution , high quality wedding photography

all about weddings
Comment se marie-t-on en Suède ou en Bolivie ?

Inspiration :

The Top 12 Keys to Creativity For Photographers

Wondering How to Find Your Unique Photographic Style
“something” – a blog about food, travel and other things

DeviantArt photography gallery – art from a global collective of artists!

Digital Camera Photographer of the Year 2011 contest

Making a time-lapse :

Timelapse Photography: A Complete Guide for Beginners
An Introduction to Time-Lapse Photography

Selling stock :

3 Ways to Know if Your Work is Good
30 Methods To Turn Your Camera Into a Cash Machine
meet the people behind shutterstock
123rf best selling photos – may 2011
“Making Money From Your Art”

http://www.mystockphoto.org/ A blog about making money from stock photos
Backyard Silver – Making money from your photos

Books :

For the Love E-book Price: $75.00
Going Pro: How To Make Money From Your Photography.
A guide to Captivating Travel Photography (preview)

Props and stuff :

Authentic vintage dresses

Get listed :

Fotografolio – Sie sind Fotograf?Melden Sie sich jetzt kostenlos an

: PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP INSTRUCTOR – Contact Information

Как да печелим нови клиенти и да не губим старите

gadgets for photographers

“Yes, You Can Trust Your Professional Photographer” – “These governing boards or licensing groups are simply gatekeepers to KEEP OUT younger, more creative people. They don’t exist to HELP anyone but the founders and the cronies.”

Fantastic galleries :

The big picture – photojournalism at its finest

Russia in color, a century ago

“Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii (1863-1944) undertook a photographic survey of the Russian Empire with the support of Tsar Nicholas II. He used a specialized camera to capture three black and white images in fairly quick succession, using red, green and blue filters, allowing them to later be recombined and projected with filtered lanterns to show near true color images.”

Sarcastic Posters Reveal What it’s Like to be a Photographer

Photographer’s blogs

Bulgarian photographer

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