FREE!Getting started with digital photography
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FREE!Getting started with Photoshop
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|The Complete Digital SLR Guide||The most comprehensive guide to digital photographers - written with Digital SLR owners in mind, but invaluable to all digital photographers.|
In times gone buy I used to recommend various image editing software. But things have moved on, and now, if all you need are a few quick fixes, I can only really recommend Pixlr.
The reasons? It's free (can't be bad!), it's online (so you don't need to install anything), and it works just like Photoshop so if you ever move up to Photoshop it will all look familiar to you.
I've just come across this free graphic design software. It's aimed more towards producing top-notch flyers or web design, rather than just sprucing up your photos.
As with Pixlr, it's absolutely free (but you do need to sign up - Facebook or email options available (I went for email)) and offers a simple user interface.
|Digital Photography Review||Originally run by Phil Askey, but since sold, dpreview has been going since 1998. In recent times it could be argued that there is now too much emphasis on sales, but the forums are still pretty healthy and the section on camera specs is incredibly detailed.|
|Steve's Digicams||Steve's Digicams also started in 1998, by Steve Sanders. You'll find the current digital photography news here, reviews of equipment, and good discussion forums.|
|photo.net||This site was set up by Philip Greenspun a few years ago and has grown into a vast resource for digital photography. Has some really useful video clips to help you learn about photography.|