purpose of a “links” section in a photographer’s
web page should be a helpful guide for visitors. A lof of people have stopped providing links as it is work keeping them up-to-date as vendors change and products used evolve.I have recently gone through the list and made it reasonable current.
…Although I use the 5D Mark II for most of my shooting, the Phase One P45+ produces excellent results and I will use it on a lot of my shoots were image quality is parimount. This back, mounted on the new Phase One body (Mamiya AFD III) is an excellent combination with produces maximum results.
The best selection in ball heads, particularly when considering weight.
• Arca Swiss Ball Heads: (No web site at this time)
(Although I continue to use my Arca Swiss Ball Heads, I have begun to move to the Really Right Stuff Ball heads where weight is a factor. Their stuff is first class and one should consider using their ASII clamp)
(I have never found any manufacturer of camera bags acceptable and continue to purchase outdoor packs from Marmot and REI and convert them into camera bags. The one exception is the Lowepro Pro Trekker for
…Michael Tapes latest product to help photographers make sure their latest camera bodies have a correct focus point. The latest Canon, Nikon, Sony and Pentax bodies have miro adjustments which allow the bodies to be calibrated. A must have for making these adjustments.
Photographers need a place to check
on equipment updates, software releases and computer related items.
I rely on a couple of sites to keep me informed. I am sure there are
other excellent sites out there but these are the ones I use
notch source for tutorials on photography. One will find information not covered in other web tutorial instructions. For example, Sean McHugh discussion of “understanding Diffraction: Pixel Size, Aperture and Airy Disk” is important for all photographers to read in keeping with their understanding of Depth of Field.
…He has a lot of interesting
information as well as being an excellent photographer.
Software and other Computer links
There is a lot of available good
software in the market place to help and assist photographers
whether they shot digital or film. The ones that I list are
the ones I use after buying a lot of software. Again, I am
not claiming them to be the best, they are the ones I use.