3 key resources for digital photography

Jennifer Wilson

I’m your guide here at Simple Scrapper. Our community helps people find what fills you up and fits your life in memory keeping.

February 8, 2009

Simple Scrapper will occasionally feature great tips and tricks to make your digital photos pop on each and every layout. However, there are MANY outstanding blogs and Web sites that do a kick-ass job of training you on camera selection, shooting and post-production. Here are three that we highly recommend:

Digital Photography School
Darren Rowse became ProBlogger because of this little baby. With a recent re-design, DPS is a trusted resource with a vibrant community.

Digital Photography for Moms
I came across this site quite by accident, but am totally hooked. Erin does an amazing job of making everything digi completely accessible to anyone.

Elements Village
This so-helpful forum is a fantastic resource for PSE users who want one-on-one advice on post-production and beyond!

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  1. Christine (supertwinkle)

    I’ve been hearing of ClickinMoms forum lately, but it costs money to join their forums, so I’m not sure that’s worth it. Plus I’m not a mom, and I don’t have a DSLR.

    Christine (supertwinkle)’s last blog post..Is it wrong

  2. admin

    I keep hearing about it too – but there are so many free resources I don’t feel the need to join. I too don’t have a DSLR and am even thinking of not getting one next time. The new P&S cameras are so advanced and work so well in low light, I’m not sure its worth the hassle.


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