Free Links Friday

by on May 23, 2008

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Below are some of the best photography links from other sites that I came across this week. Enjoy!

20 Pointers For Running Your Business Out Of Your Home – What You Need To Know – Digital Pro Talk – David Ziser gives some practical advice that you need to know if you’re considering taking on clients in a home studio.

The Photoshop Anthology: 101 Web Design Tips, Tricks & Techniques – Sitepoint – It’s 278 pages worth of Photoshop goodness in a downloadable ebook.  It’s written for web designers; however, it’s packed with great information.  Best of all . . . it’s FREE, but only for a limited time.

A Commenter Calls SB BS… – Strobist – After being called out by a commenter, David Hobby gives a play-by-play of why Joe McNally needed to use 7 speedlights in a desert shoot.  Seriously, if you don’t subscribe to Strobist and you’ve own a camera, then you’re really missing out.  Here’s the link to the Strobist RSS feed.

Radiopoppers review – a trial-by-fire field test – Dreamtime Images Blog – Nathan Welton gives his account of the new Radiopoppers for long range and flexible E-TTL speedlight usage.

Hot at Photography Bay

Some hot news/rumors hit the front page here at Photography Bay this week.

Canon Working on Fuel Cell Powered DSLRs – Fuel cells for batteries in Canon DSLRs?  That’s what a recent Canon patent application says.  This post breaks it down.

Canon Spring Rebates 2008 – The Canon 5D, 40D and plenty of lenses have got big instant rebates for the taking.  See the full list and amounts here.

Weekly Specials at Adorama – The $10 spare batteries for the Canon 20D/30D/40D, cheap SanDisk Extreme cards and other deals are quite the bargain at Adorama this week.

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1 Francesco May 24, 2008 at 5:01 pm

My favorite hobby is photography. Therefore I have gone through all the photographic links and found all of them great.

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