Photography HOME - Subjects

American Museum of Photography: Online Museum covering historical photographs throughout american history. Exhibits include the materworks of great photographers from Talbot to Ansel Adams.


Art-Support: Created to help artists understand the business side of art and providing information and art resources for artists, Art-Support was started by Dan Fear and he currently directs its growth. Dan Fear's background includes; Artist and Art Consulting, Project Management, and Web Development. He has organized more than 272 photography exhibits and he owned and directed The Silver Image Gallery. He has also written two books on the business of art.


California Photography Galleries: This site from Art-Support provides an index with links to photography galleries located in California. The galleries listed feature primarily fine art photography but some also feature other types of art media; the images range from vintage to the most contemporary and modern photography.


Film Studies: UC Berkeley Library: Metaguides to film and video resources on the web, provided by the film studies department at U.C. Berkely.


Ibiblio: "Home to one of the largest "collections of collections" on the Internet, is a conservancy of freely available information, including software, music, literature, art, history, science, politics, and cultural studies. is a collaboration of the Center for the Public Domain and The University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill."


Prints and Photographs: This is the Library of Congress catalog of collected photographs covering more than 100 years of world history. Many prints are searchable by keyword or subject.


Smithsonian American Art Museum: Online photography exhibits including links to other photography sites.

Center for Creative Photography: "The University of Arizona's museum, research center, and archive devoted to photography as an art form." Collections provided "are among the most accessible in the world."


Daguerreian Society: "With imagery provided by our membership and with support from the National Endowment for the Arts, we've established this searchable database of daguerreotypes."


Digital Camera Reviews: "All the latest in digital photography and imaging news, reviews of the latest digital cameras and accessories, the most active discussion forums, a large selection of sample images, a digital camera buyers guide, side-by-side comparisons and the most comprehensive database of digital camera features and specifications."


Edward Weston: Official website of Edward Weston, legendary 20th century photographer. The site is provided and managed by the Weston Family, who are also photographers and strive to keep their father and grandfather's legacy alive.


Galen Rowell: Considered by many to be Ansel Adams succesor in the world of photography, Galen Rowell established Mountain Light Photography in 1983. The Mountain Light Gallery in Bishop, California is open to the public and features many of Galen’s best images from the High Sierra and Eastern Sierra as well as images from around the world. Also offered are for sale are fine art prints and photography workshops taught by leading outdoor photographers.


George Eastman House International Museum of Photography & Film: Official museum home providing information on all the features of the museum and its galleries.


Large Format Photography: A repository on the tools and techniques of large format photography in color and black and white prints. Primers, how-to articles, user's reviews of equipment, technical discussions.


Photo 264/400: California Coastal Landscape Photography/Digital Imaging- Betty Sederquist, Instructor: Official website for Betty Sederquist's Photography classes. Includes handouts, the syllabus and assignments and useful links.


PhotographyNow: This site provides an innovative online structure for artists, galleries and collectors, offers insight into the current state of fine art photography, and gives artists the opportunity to show their visions to a much bigger and wider audience. There is also an index to Master and International Photographers with extensive biographical profiles.


Short Courses: ShortCourses is "Famous for its books on digital cameras and digital photography."


Zone Zero: "Both a witness and an active participant of the ongoing digital (r)evolution, Zone Zero was founded in 1994 by Pedro Meyer and is dedicated to image making and photography. ZoneZero first appeared online when the internet became a public resource, making it the oldest website dedicated to photography that is still standing and growing."