Update : Only after publishing this post did it hit me. Its been a year since I own a DSLR. It has been quite an eventful journey so far. (status) Thank you folks for being so wonderful and supportive.
Recently a friend of mine asked me to help his friend buy a DSLR. To be frank, it left me scratching my head as I was at a loss as to what to tell him. Then I realized that the posts that have been published in designpuli are indeed a great place to start, if read in the right order. Once I sent him the mail, I figured it could help more people. So here is the post from where you can start your research.
I wanted to make a transition from P&S to DSLR. So I asked Google, my all-knowing ever-faithful friend, “What should I do?”. The keeper-of-all-knowledge promptly dumped thousands of camera reviews in front of me to choose from. “Oh my!” – I pinched myself.
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1. Cambridge In Color
This site should have been named “Photography for dummies”. The tutorials are structured in such a way that even the toughest technology is a breeze to understand.
2. Digital Photography School
DPS ( as it is affectionately called ) is a great site for learning digital photography tips. Whats nice about them is that they have got pros writing articles which are excellent guides for a newbie.
Continue reading A dozen sites for Photography Inspiration – Part 1
“The secret to creativity is knowing how to hide your sources.”
— Albert Einstein
I realized recently that I am a regular visitor of some websites that offer great design insights in branding, identity design, product design, graphic design… These seventeen websites serve as my source of inspiration. I am sharing the following links with you and I hope that you will benefit from them.
(a). “Anything under the sun…”
The following four websites share unique miscellaneous designs: Product Design, Graphic Design, Package Design…
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