RESOURCES:
There are a number of websites and texts that will be helpful in your quest for great photography as well as tutorials in Photoshop. Below I’ve listed just a few and will update them throughout the term. As well, feel free to browse the website of any major museum in the country for fantastic images of inspiration.
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WEBSITES:
Luminous Landscape
Computer Darkroom
Camera Arts Magazine
Shutter Bug
Pop Photo - Camera Reviews
Digital Photography Reviews
PBS Art 21
National Gallery of Art
Cooper Hewitt
National Portrait Gallery
Smithsonian American Art Museum
Hirshorn
Sackler and Freer Gallery
Corcoran Gallery of Art
The Phillips Collection
American Visionary Art Museum
Museum of Modern Art
The Whitney Museum

SITES FOR GOOD PHOTOGRAPHY:
Black & White Magazine
Aperature Magazine
Blind Spot Blog
Museum of Contemporary PHotography in Chicago
Photo District News (PDN)
Photography Now

ARTISTS:
Ernst Haas - Abstracts
Ed Freeman - Abstracts, Landscapes
David Allan Brandt - people, environments
John Delaney - flowers, portraits
Jesse Diamond - portraits, environments
helenkgarber.com
Jan Socher - photo essays
Ami Vitale
Cindy Sherman
Chris Van Allsburg
Bill Brandt
Jonathon Coplans

PHOTO TERMS:
Depth of Field

TEXTS:
· Classroom in a Book: Adobe Photoshop CS3
· Real World Adobe Photoshop CS3 by David Blatner and Bruce Fraser
· Adobe Photoshop for Photographers by Martin Evening
· Real World Digital Photography by K. Eisenmann, Sean Duggan, Tim Grey
· Traditional Photographic Effects with Adobe Photoshop by Michelle Perkins and Paul Grant

OTHERS:
  1. National Geographic "Your Shot" video & critique
  2. John Dewey High School Photography
  3. National Cathedral School Photography
  4. River Hill High School

Resources used in class:
  1. Image File Formats - learn about compression and image file formats on yes, Wikapedia! File Formats
  2. COLORCASTS - 4 METHODS
  3. COLORCASTS - 2 minute Photoshop Tricks
  4. Cross-Processing
  5. Tilt-Shift technique