This site covers some of the most pleasurable arts. Photography and help in producing excellent photographs, plus camera and manufacturers sites.
DVD and DIVX is also covered here as a duplicate to the PC Help area. That also covers help in burning CD music and film.  

 

 
  • A Few Scanning Tips: The purpose is to offer some scanning tips and hints, help with fundamentals and other basic scanning information to help you get the most from your scanner. How it works, for those that want to know.
  • JVC: The main JVC still camera and video camera site. 
  • Fuji: The main Fuji digital camera  site. 
  • Nikon The main Fuji digital camera  site.
  • Internet Brothers Film-less photographs, pictures on a chip, scanned memories, call it what you will, digital photography is a new phenomenon of technology that allows for instant gratification. The Internet Brothers have been dabbling in digital imagery for a few years now, so we'll share some of what we've learned with you.
  • Luminous Landscape is the web's most comprehensive site devoted to the art of landscape, nature and documentary photography using traditional as well as digital image processing techniques.  You will find on these pages instructive feature articles, product reviews, travel and technical discussions, inspiring portfolios, and a Discussion Forum. This site is completely non-commercial. It currently has more than 1000 pages containing articles, tutorials, product reviews and photographs
  • Take better Photos: This is a superb site dedicated to helping you get the most from taking photographs. Some of the photographs on this site were taken from the authors other websites: Philip Grosset Home Page (for computer information, with a special section for the retired, and much more) and my unofficial guide to St Ives, Cambridgeshire with some excellent photographic samples/. If you like photography then there will be something of interest for you here.
  • Digital Photography Home is a great site now only available via the web archive. Worth a visit but a bit slow. It is filled with help and tips on the subject
  • Digital Disasters is an unusual site that gives samples of photographs and tells you how to create them
  • Digital Photography Course. Welcome to the home of the highly regarded Short Course series of books on Nikon, Olympus, Canon, and other  digital cameras.
  • Dlab 7 is a superb photographic printer. It offers quality prints that are vibrant and will suit the most demanding photographer. It was originally established in 1997 as Process E6 and over the years has built an excellent reputation for high quality printing work combined with extremely good value.
  • 7 Day Shop was launched in early 2000 to establish itself as the UK's largest Internet supplier to the photographic enthusiast market.
    The large range of photographic products already on offer, have been complimented by the many other new products that have been added since that time. They include computer and digital based products for which there is now a fast growing demand as photography leans towards the fast moving digital era.

 

 

  • Cranberry Publishing Ltd is the publisher of The Official Paint Shop Pro Library series. This superb series leads you through various stages from beginner to master. With each publication you get a cover mounted CD containing tutorials on the subjects covered in the magazine plus free tools and plug-ins to make the use of Paint Shop Pro very enjoyable.
    I cannot recommend this magazine enough. Very soon the same company is launching a FREE on-line magazine. If the quality and content is anything like the Official Paint Shop Pro Library then I cant wait. I will keep you posted.

 

 

 

  • MX2 offers all the items you need, such as film, disposable cameras, recordable CD's at very low prices. From GAK.
  • One list tutorial group is for those who have had some intermediate training in PSP and wish to move up to more advanced tutorials. PSP7 or PSP6 is acceptable. One tutorial is posted per week. If you join, you are required to participate in at least one tutorial every two weeks.
  • Paint Shop User Group. The Paint Shop Pro Users Group (PSPUG) is an online community dedicated to those who create graphics using the graphics program Paint Shop Pro, developed by Jasc Software. Today, the PSPUG is run by a group of 40+ volunteers who are committed to providing an area for fellow graphics artists to share and develop their skills. The organization exists only in the virtual world and operates through this website, located at www.pspug.org
  • Pinoy7 is a personal web site giving tips and tutorials. This site is loaded with Paint Shop Pro and Animation Shop tutorials plus Macromedia Flash basics and a whole lot more. The webmaster consider this as a learning portal that can help enrich others as well.
  • Lori's Web Graphics This is a superb site written by an author of some excellent books on the subject of web graphics and Paint Shop Pro in particular. There are tutorials, downloads, tips, links and information both basic and advanced. A great site.
  • Robins Paint Shop resources.  This site was originally created to house the webmasters homework for classes that he was taking in Paint Shop Pro. Now the site also serves as a resource for PSP users. On these pages you will find over 3,000 links to various PSP tutorials and other related resources. You'll find a majority of these resources by visiting the Paint Shop Links page. There are also some BladePro Presets for download.
    This is a superb site, not only in content but also in its own design. This is one to look at when you are designing your own site.

 

 

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