|Aerial and Drone Photography Web Sites|
|droneybee||V Kadamatt's "Monster List" of drone aerial photography tips and advice|
|Fellow Photographers' Web Sites|
|Kent Mason||"West Virginia Photographs" (buy prints to support Nature Conservancy) and member of PhotoCentric.Net|
|Roy Sewall||Fine art photographer and co-founder of PhotoCentric.Net|
|Alan Sislen||Sislen Fine Art Photography|
|Chris Hanessian||Lovely Light Studio|
|Tony Sweet||"The Art of Observation" (excellent DVDs and books!) and contributor to PhotoCentric.Net|
|Max Lyons||A fellow Arlingtonian: "Dr. Gigapixel" is known for his barrier-breaking images and popular software, but he's also a brilliant photographer|
|Tom Vadnais||Landscape photographer leads Appalachian workshops|
|Nikhil Bahl||Buy his Creative Interpretations eBook|
|Bruce Dale||A fellow Arlingtonian with 30 brilliant years at National Geographic and much more, recently exploring high-definition video and probably everything else!|
|Charlie Waite||Charlie is the premier landscape photographer in the UK and beyond|
|Tom Sullam||Masterful London interiors, as well as an accomplished landscape photographer|
|Carl Root||"Rhythm Images" with a lovely gallery and list of exhibits|
|Cezary Raczko||Beautiful images by a gifted and bold photographer|
|Colleen Henderson||Fine art photography and workshops|
|Jake McGuire||A fellow Arlingtonian hosts The McGuire Collection|
|Norman Koren Photography||"Dr. Sharpness" offers excellent tutorials and articles, including digital imaging and printing|
|North Bethesda Camera Club
||PhotoCentric.Net members Kent Mason, Roy Sewall and Tom Field belong to NBCC.
The club was awarded the first ever Nature's Best International Photography Competition Camera Club Award (2002).
Good camera clubs like NBCC emphasize continued learning and exploration of photography.|
|Northern Virginia Photographic Society
||Another highly-respected camera club in the Washington D.C. area, also winners of the Nature's Best International Photography Competition Camera Club Award (2003).|
|Photographic Tips and Tools Web Sites|
|Photographer's Ephemeris||Handily replaces on-line astronomical calculators for photo planning.
TPE integrates sun and moon data (azimuth, altitude, rise/set times) with Google Maps for the ultimate in planning tools.
For any shoot location on any date, know exactly where the sun and moon (and shadows) will be.
Free on line, and available as an iphone app for reasonable cost.|
|Digital Photography Review||dpreview.com is essential for keeping up with the camera market.|
|Photography Review||Reviews of photography equipment and supplies written by users of all levels.|
|Guide to Fall Foliage||STORMFAX® Guide to Fall Foliage by region.|
|David Middleton||Need some ideas year round? David lists good places and things to photograph for each calendar week.|
|Field of View Calculator||Rui Salgueiro's field-of-view calculator for various camera formats.|
|U.S. Geological Survey||A great site for advance research of your U.S. photographic destination.
State-by-state information on environment, geography, wildlife identification.|
|Photographic General Information Web Sites|
|photo.net||Perhaps the largest and oldest on-line photographic resource,
with thousands of pages and a million visitors per month.
Enjoy getting lost in this site.|
|Luminous Landscape||Another huge web site with 1500 pages and daily updates.
“The web's most comprehensive site devoted to the art of landscape, nature and documentary photography using digital as well as traditional image processing techniques.”|
||Lens performance test data and related articles|
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