This page is simply here to serve as a repository for
the little knowledge that I have about photography and
maybe to act as a journal of sorts about information and
things that I have learned as I try to get better
at taking pictures.
- My photographs.
- Places where I like to shoot.
- Links and on-site reviews for MD-mount (manual focus)
- Links and on-site reviews and information for
Canon EOS cameras and lenses.
- Some notes and links regarding computer
monitor calibration and viewing images
on the web.
- The things into which you place your camera crap. (Still
a work in progress.)
- digital minilabs
- A list of photo labs that print using Fuji Frontiers
or Noritsus (among others).
- my digital imaging workflow
- This is just a quickie outline of how I scan, manipulate, and
save digital files from my scanner.
- TLR Repair Shops
- A quick list of places to send your TLR for repair.
- Choosing a Scanner
- A very rough document on choosing your next film scanner.
- DX Codes for 35mm
- What those black and silver codes on a 35mm film canister mean.
- Using the Epson 2200 with Mac OS X Panther (v10.3.x)
- How to get your US$700 printer working despite Epson's efforts
to make your life miserable.
- One of the best and most complete photography references
one could possibly find.
- Luminous Landscape
- Another great web site with almost as much content as
photo.net without some of the attitude that photo.net
sometimes offers. The only unfortunate thing
about this site is its ungodly black background with
tiny white text. Ouch on the eyes sometimes.
- A resource for feedback on your photos. Has some great project
ideas to get you off your butt and out taking photos.
- B&H Photo
- Great photography shop in New York City. I would
place my order here before anywhere else. And the
nice thing is that if you follow this link, you'll
also be supporting photo.net.
- Adorama Camera
- Another reputable NYC photo dealer (there are really
only two or three). Please support
photo.net and purchase camera goods by following this
- Calumet Photo
- Another good supply house for equipment. Prices
tend to be more expensive than B&H but
still a great place to check out. And since there
are more stores than B&H it's probably easier
to visit one and get help face to face.
- Robert White
- If you're going to buy Mamiya equipment check here
first. Don't be suckered into thinking that buying
photo equipment overseas is illegal (as Mamiya
America would have you believe).
- American Frame Corporation
- Great site for ordering picture frames, mattes, framing
- General photography supply house. They have
photo albums, slide saver sheets, storage boxes,
and so on and so forth.
- Harry's Pro Shop
- A great photo shop in Toronto. Given the exchange rate
between the U.S. and Canada, you're very likely to get
some great deals. And the phone call is probably cheaper
than to Robert White. That is, if you're in the U.S. to
- Oceanside Camera Repair
- The place to get your Rolleiflex or Rolleicord repaired.
They will also install Bill Maxwell's focusing screens
in your vintage Rollei(cord/flex) TLR if you ask.
- West Coast Imaging
- The place to have digital enlargements made
via a CSI Lightjet 430.
- A pro lab in the Los Angeles area. B&H has A&I
processing mailers for a reasonable price.
- Portland Color
- Another pro lab in Portland, ME.
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