The thing is with models, that almost anyone on the face of the planet would like to think of themselves as such. How do you find a real model, then? Model Mayhem is a social network that connects photographers and models. You can login to search someone in your area and even narrow down your search according to a specific profile.
A wonderful blog that opens up a world of possibilities and can even save you some money. You can read instructions on how to attach SLR lenses to your iPhone or how to create a digital Holga cam. You can read tutorials on how to capture superb shots like this one. You can also share your own tricks with the readers and start a trend. A very educating experience.
You know the next camera you buy will not be a spontaneous purchase, right? It will be meticulously planned, following a thorough research, in which every photographer takes great pleasure. One critical stop you need to do during the research is Digital Photography Review, where you can read the latest news, compare models and get important advice.
Ok, so this is not a traditional online tool, since it requires downloading. There are online equivalences and this one is by far the best, so it’s worth an installation (plus, the iPhone app is a real treat).
There are countless internet sites that publish tons of beautiful shots on a daily basis. JPG Mag is just one example of how professional photographers who share their work online create amazing communities, but it’s an especially good one since the photos there are really impressive.
John Arnold from Photo Walkthrough takes you by the hand through various photo-editing tools and explores their abilities step by step. Other than the lovely British accent, these video tutorials offer a real added value for the editing work, which has become inseparable from a photographer’s routine.