Links to Better Photography

I have found Twitter to be a great resource for photography information, inspiration and education.  I tend to collect things on the Internet.  I have thousands of bookmarks and, with Twitter, I have a lot of Favorite tweets saved now, too.  Here are some I thought you would find of interest.  Oh, and if you are on Twitter, why don’t you follow me at @sthomasphotos.

Here are three short and informative articles to improve your photography.  Enjoy!

Scott Bourne’s 15 Quick Tips on Composition

Mike Panic writes How to Improve Your Photography in just One Evening

Darren Rouse shares 3 Tips for Shooting Portraits in Bright Sunshine

Humboldt Penguins getting up close to each other.  Getting close and filling the frame is one way you can improve your photography overnight.

Humboldt Penguins getting up close to each other. Getting close and filling the frame is one way you can improve your photography overnight.

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13 Responses to Links to Better Photography

  1. Mike Criss says:

    I agree, Twitter is my favorite resource for finding photography related material. Using Tweetdeck has made it a whole lot easier too.



  2. Nye says:

    Thanks Scott for the links, I’ve learned a lot just by reading photographer’s blogs and when they tell the image setting is very helpful also.


  3. Kathy says:

    Thanks for the links, Scott. So admire people who focus on learning all they can about photography. If I have a choice to read photography tips and writing tips, I almost always gravitate toward the writing tips, darn it!

    I have been catching up on your blogs…looking through at all the wonderful photographs. So many great ones! I especially loved the clouds, the bighorn rams (sheep?) and these penguins are really precious.

    Hope your summer is going well. Looks like you’re getting into a lot of sports action. 🙂


    • Summer has been busy so far, Kathy. The bighorns are sheep but males are called rams.

      I am trying to balance reading and writing photography tips. If I don’t read about them, I’ll end up with no more tips to write about. 🙂


  4. sorrentolens says:

    Terrific photo! – You must have great patience when you’re out in the wild!


  5. Karma says:

    Thanks Scott! I will definitely have a look at these soon. I’ve been away from the computer for a few days and have been busily catching up on my favorite blogs.


  6. milkayphoto says:

    Awwwww, love the Penguins! Such a tender moment you’ve captured here, Scott.


  7. Anna says:

    Thanks for the links for tips! Love those penguins! Quite lovely, the pair is. 🙂


  8. truels says:

    Great picture of the penguins – I have just come back from my “summer-break” in Greece and Denmark – and am looking foreward to read more from you about better photography. So there might be some posts about travel photography……!


  9. flandrumhill says:

    Thank you for the links Scott. Your tip of getting up close and filling the frame is the best. It’s one I’ve often used over the years with my art students.

    I wonder what that penguin was whispering…


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