Links – June 7, 2008

Sorry about being a day late with this week’s links – I’ve been busy with a conference and haven’t had time to get the post together.

Some info on the Orphan Works bills in Congress

Bruce Schneier has a wonderful article in the Guardian on Are Photographers Really a Threat?

Several photographers who participated in the Georgetown PhotoWalk have added photos to their blogs including Jeff Revell at PhotoWalkPro, Mike of Mike Palmer Photography, Bob of Canyon Rim Photography, and Andy Smith of Visual Realia Blog. There are also lots of photos from the PhotoWalk in the Flickr group for the Georgetown PhotoWalk

Be sure to mark you calendars for September 14. Andy Smith of Visual Realia Blog is planning on PhotoWalk in Gettysburg, PA. We’ll post additional details as they become available.

Photopreneur has posts on Photography Marketing with Craigslist and Making the Switch – Becoming a Professional Photographer

TWIP has a Quick Tip on Subject to Background Distance and information on Photographing in Bad Weather

Digital Photography School has suggestions for 10 Ways to Jump Start Your Creative Edge, and Exposure and Stops.

LigthBoXDC has information on the lastest problems at Union Station for Photographers – and what actions Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton is considering.

Scientific American has information on 5 Ways to Spot a Fake Photo

Shawn King of the Digital Camera Conference has a Monthly Time Shoot scheduled for June 9th at 9 PM ET.

Matt Brown of SportsShooter has an article on Free is Killing Me!

The Keep Your Copyrights website has all sorts of useful information about copyright and contracts.

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One Response to “Links – June 7, 2008”

  1. Andy Says:

    Thanks for providing a link regarding the September 14th photowalk. A photowalk page has been added to the Visual Realia site specific to the walk, and interested folks can automatically be updated via an email list, if interested.

    Thanks again!
    Andy


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