Links – August 22, 2008

Here a few sites we found this week – hope you enjoy them

PhotoAttorney has an excellent post on The Importance of Conditions in Free Licenses

If you don’t yet had a copy of Bert Krages’ The Photographers Rights – be sure to download it.

William Neill has a post on Luminous Landscape on Thinking in Themes

Beyond Megapixels has a post on Macro Photography 101 Part 1and Part 2

TWIP has information on File Format Basics – JPEG

Beyond PhotoTips has some Obvious Street Photography Tips

Photo Nights for Charity has information about an upcoming event in the Washington/Baltimore area with David Hobby of Stobist

TED has a video How Photography Connects Us To the World with David Griffen of National Geographic

Black Star Rising has a post on How To Send a DMCA Takedown Notice

Looking ahead to fall color – The Foliage Network should be really helpful in figuring out when and where to be photographing this fall. I’m hoping to get back to the Smoky Mountains in October to do some photography.

Plagiarism Today has a post on Tineye: Protecting Images, Prevening Orphans

HyperPhocal has 6 Tips for Getting Started as a Pro

Digital Photography School has a post explaining the differences between Full Frame and Crop Sensors

A Photo Editor has a post on why SEO Is Not Just for Wedding Photographers Anymore

If you are in Maryland or Pennsylvania – be sure to check out the Susquehanna River Birding and Wildlife Trail site. It has info on lots of great places to explore.

PhotoWalkPro has suggestions on What to Shoot on a PhotoWalk – a very timely post since the World Wide Photowalk is this weekend. Bill and I will be participating in the Saturday morning Photowalk in Alexandria VA. We’re looking forward to meeting several other DC area photo bloggers who will be on the morning walk including Mark Anderson, Shawn Duffy and Cindy Dyer. :)

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