The following list leads to a wide variety of resources for photography. All links have been researched and were active at the time of this website going live. Feel free to send additional links to the blog administrator . Please inform the blog administrator as well if a link is no longer active (include a copy of the broken link in your email). Thank you for your help!
Last updated: November 17, 2017
Here is a good resource for beginners or intermediates to brush up on.
Discussed Aperture, Shutter and ISO settings.
*** Equipment for Sale? ***
Forgoing a used photographic equipment sale the Moose Jaw Camera Club has decided to provide another option. Lacking a volunteer to coordinate a sales event the executive committee has devised an alternate plan. Create a list of photography related equipment, print several copies and bring these to a meeting. A table will be set up for everyone’s lists for members to check them out during the break.
Download the Photography Equipment for Sale Template here. Good luck!!
Activities and Contests for Photographers
Considerations For Entering Competitions – downloadable PDF
Pricing Your Photographs
Anyone setting up a photography business is often faced with the questions: “How much do I charge and how do I set me prices? Here are links to a few helpful articles:
Professional Photography and Framing Services by Club Members:
Prairie Magic Digital Photography (Rob Harden)
Ruby Blue Photography (Jessie Zoerb)
Great Photographers to Inspire
David duChemin: World and Humanitarian Photographer – Canadian.
Andre Gallant – Canadian Photographer and teacher.
Craig Hilts – Severe Weather and Prairie Photography
John E. Marriot – Wildlife Photographer based in Canmore, AB
Freeman Patterson – Canadian Landscape Photographer, author and teacher.
John Perret – Saskatchewan Photographer based in Saskatoon
John Respondek – Professional Surf Photographer
Tony Sweet – Landscape photographer (Nikon Legend).
Art Wolfe – Wildlife and landscape photographer (Canon user).
Camera Clubs in the our Neighbourhood & Beyond
Gleneath Camera Club, Kindersley, SK
Group of Ten Photography Club, meets every third Wednesday in the old Limerick School.
Regina Photoclub, meets every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month in Room 155 at Saskatchewan Polytechnic (formerly SIAST)
Regina Shutterbugs, meets every 2nd Wednesday of the month.at the Regina Senior Citizens Centre, 2134 Winnipeg St. Meetings begins at 7:30 p.m., and membership is open to people with all levels of experience. Anyone who’s interested is asked to use the centre’s back entrance.
Saskatoon Camera Club, meets every Tuesday September through May
…Noteworthy Sites of Canadian and North American Clubs:
CAPA – Canadian Association for Photographic Art; club and individual memberships; print magazine with membership; educational and professional.
Photographic Guild of Nova Scotia – just for great info and inspiration
Photographic Society of America – a little bit of everything for members of the society: education in the form of online courses and study groups, competitions, critiquing, mentorship, program library, video training etc.
PRPA – Prairie Region of Photographic Arts: Inter-provincial photography association promoting and supporting the art of photography. Membership through clubs and individually; various digital and print competitions throughout the year, annual outing, informative newsletters.
Photography Instruction – formal
Saskatchewan Wildlife Art Association – SK River Valley Art School Info
Saskatchewan Polytechnic – scroll to “P” and click on photography courses
Scott Kelby – countless training online seminars on KelbyOne.com. Yearly membership gives you the best advantage, other options are available.
Those Two Photographers – based in Regina, great reviews!
Photography Instruction – free
Guide for Beginner Photographers: 50+ Tips and Resourceshttps://couponfollow.com/research/photographers-savings-guide
Action Photography – Capturing Dance Movement
All Things Photography – Adding a Watermark
Avoiding Blur – 10 Common Mistakes
Cambridge in Colour – a website packed with free information about all things photography; sponsored by the University of Cambridge; includes a free members’ forum!
Creative Live – a great website for free learning, including lessons on camera functions, photographic composition, and photo processing. Live seminars are free of charge – purchase for repeated viewing is optional.
Digital Photo Mentor – Reflective and Incident Metering Demystified
Digital Photo Mentor – 9 Common Mistakes That Could Ruin Your Images
Digital Photography School – dPS – a great resource for free photography tips and general info. Sign up for their newsletter!
Focus Stacking – step-by-step instructions for sharper macro images.
Night Sky and Camp Fire Photography – two views compared
Portraits to Span the Generation Gap – great images and ideas
Photographing Women – 21 complimentary poses
Re-sizing your photographs:
SK Museum Association – some great tips on how to improve your photography.
Street Photography – the importance of capturing gesture and emotion
The Contact Sheet – free photographic instruction and e-books
Travel Photography – photographing deserts
Karl Taylor – free micro-photography course.
Understanding Depth of Field – Not Just for Beginners.
Wedding Photography – 5 tips for candid shots
Top 20 Most Influential Photographer Bloggers – pick and choose, makes for some great reading for general information and inspiration
Night Sky Photography
Digital After Dark – Kevin Adams is an expert in Night Sky Photography. Sign up for his posts where he shares the latest info on what is up in the sky for the month
Shoot the Moon – challenge yourself! Great post by Darlene Hildebrandt
StarStax – free imaging software to create star trails
Photo Processing Software Links
Photo Editing Software – 2015 review.
Best Ten Free Photo Processing Programs – 2015 list.
Adobe – Photoshop and Lightroom, Creative Cloud – free trials, coupons, etc.
ArcSoft – Panorama and Portraiture Software.
Picasa – free photo managing software.
Macphun Creative Kit – Mac based photo processing apps
Topaz Photo Processing Software – this company often offers specials and free trials.
Camera Stores & Framing Services – local and online
Images and Frames – Moose Jaw
Don’s Photo – our Regina and Saskatoon camera stores.
Wells Photo & Sound – our local Moose Jaw camera store.
Henry’s – located in Central Canada, a great place to check out equipment.
Photojojo – Fun and funky accessories and something for everybody…
Photo CDM – based in Quebec; excellent service, free shipping, compare their prices!
Sally’s Frame Shop – owner Sally Hui, BFA phone:306.949.3838 – 2406 – 9th Ave N, Regina, SK;
Simon’s Camera – located in Quebec; offers great customer service and free shipping.
The Camera Store – is located in Calgary. Check them out for dynamic and innovative workshops.
Vistek – a Canada wide camera and accessory supplier.
Compare prices on cameras, lenses and accessories at Photoprice, a free Canadian website.
Emerald Custom Creations – Moose Jaw
Frame Masters Gallery – Regina
Sooter Studios – Moose Jaw