A quick link drop for a site I stumbled upon. The Plugin Site has a listing of 111 free Photoshop plugins available.
Posts Categorized: Photography
I’ve been working on an application for the past several months and it’s now at a point where I feel comfortable releasing it. ProofBuddy is a PHP / MySQL application that allows professional photographers to show proofs to their clients. It has an integrated shopping cart so that your clients can order their prints directly… Read more »
The Canon Off Camera Shoe Cord #2 (OCSC2) is a great way to get E-TTL flashes away from the camera shoe, and can make for much more dramatic or flattering images. The problem is that the cord is only 2 feet long; enough for a flash bracket, but not long enough to get the flash… Read more »
Following up on the cameras made of Legos from earlier today, here are plans to build a 35mm camera entirely of paper.
Two cameras, one 35mm and one medium format, made out of Lego bricks. When I get a little more time, I may have to try and make one of these.
What started out as an undergraduate project mentored by Microsoft has become a free image editor that may give most users everything they need without shelling out for Photoshop. Paint.net
Here’s a quick way to fix blown out or too dark images.
Canon released firmware updates this week for two dSLR cameras – The 20D / 20Da and the 350D.
NEW CANON POWERSHOT SD430 DIGITAL ELPH WIRELESS LETS CONSUMERS CUT THE CORD FOR REMOTE CONNECTION TO PRINTERS AND PCs
It’s good to see people trying to help others. Maybe there’s a subversive reason, but let’s hope not. But, here’s theiry press release if you’re interested.