The title is self-explanatory, and they are in no particular order of importance, etc…..
- Apogee Photo.com – A good source for all things photographic, both traditional and digital.
- Tim Grey’s DDQ – The digital Darkroom Questions (DDQ) is a regular email providing answers to questions related to the digital darkroom.
- Chromix – One of the best sources for Color Management Hardware and Software.
- Solux – A great source for proper lighting for print-viewing.
- Fetch – FTP software for Mac – 15 day free trial, then $25.
- FTP Shell Client – FTP software for Windows – Personal version is free.
- Web Based FTP services: Here are two – “Send This File.com” and “You Send It.com” – If you do not want to mess with additional software, and your files are under 100MB, these are great free services – – All you need is access to the internet and a Browser – – Works on Mac or PC.
- “Noise Ninja” – If you have digital noise in your image, this is the Photoshop plug-in to use.
- Media Supply – If you are looking for quality bulk CD’s and DVD’s, including archival ones, this is the place – an integral part of any Digital Imaging Backup Strategy.
- Atlex – A great source for Inksets and paper with terrific prices.
- Creative Pro.com – A great source for reviews, tutorials, etc. for Photoshop, and more.
- Mask Pro – If you need advanced masking features for Photoshop, this is a wonderful plug-in.
- Luminous Landscape – This site is devoted to the art of landscape, nature and documentary photography using digital as well as traditional image processing techniques.
Got any favorite websites that you’d like to share? Let’s hear it!