Nice post here on how to use CSS to create a pop up image gallery. Useful when you have an image that’s too big to fit in your blog’s layout.
Here’s a handy gizmo that combines the ever-useful grey card for color balancing with crib notes on the rights of a photographer in case you’re ever challenged.
Digital Photography School has an instructive article on applying textures to a photograph using PhotoShop.
A nice stocking stuffer for the photographer
Photo processing tip: How to create an HDR image in Lightroom from a single RAW file
Just a placeholder for a couple of food photography links. I’m thinking about trying this out in the winter off-months.
DIY Photography has a nice article on making a cheap macro lighting ring from LEDs.
The Camera Bag desktop software is designed to turn digital photographs into images that resemble photos taken on classic film types.
Video after the jump.
Bokeh is the term for the fuzzy, out of focus background that you get for the parts of a photo that are out of the depth of field. It is probably most pronounced when you use a low f-stop.
Bokeh often is artistically very pleasing, and The Bokeh Masters have a kit that turns it into a work of art.
The NYT has a good article on taking good photos of food. I think I might try that for my next project.