Resources for Photographers
There are many resources for photographers of all types. Digital photography information is abundant in the form of web sites, information forums on the internet and magazines.
The internet is flooeded with individual photographers reports of digital photography experiments on digital photography websites. These web sites explain the different kinds of cameras, techniques, lenses, and the difference between lower level and upper level digital cameras. They write about memory cards and the exposures to use in the dark and how to correct harsh sunlight. The different types of photography are convered as well: outdoor, nature, portrait, and many others. Its best to read many web sites as not all people know what they are talking about and some information could be well intentioned but incorrect.
On the internet a photographer can find message boards, or forums, to ask questons of read answers to other people's questions and see other examples of photography. Digital photography forums are very popular, and have interesting questions about cameras, memory cards, types of photos shot, lighting and conversations about experiments with time exposure.
There are lists of popular photography books on the internet,not to mention links to bookstores. Digital photography magazines and articles form them are uploaded for internet reading. There are digital photogrpahy reviews for cameras, memory cards, lenses and other information digital as well in these articles. Ezines, or photography magazines designed for the internet, are full of advice about film, exposures, lighting, shutter speeds, aperture priority and anything else that can be experienced with a camera.
Different tyoes of photography have different information sources. Macro photography ash a forum, portrait photography has a forum, there are associations where photographers can join if they meet requirements, have informational forums. The information is waiting to be read from any sources.