Monday, March 24, 2008

Discover new sites and blogs, Web 2.0 edition

We are trying an experimental Web 2.0-fortified edition of our regular "Discover New Sites and Blogs" feature. Each site/blog mentioned will also be receiving a Web 2.0 feature as well.

Site/BlogAbout?Web 2.0
Jimmy Cheng Photography BlogJimmy Cheng is a rising wedding photographer and photojournalist in the real world OC (Orange County). He shares his pictures, thoughts, and tips in his photography blog. Find it del.ic.ious?
The Lens Resource at Beyond Photo TipsOne of the equipment related areas of photography that doesn't get as much love as it deserves is lenses. So it is nice to see this lens resource developed at Beyond Photo Tips. They break down lenses in eight different categories and discuss each one.Stumble Upon It
Photography Traffic JamAnother jam band site, this time using the BlogRush widget to build up a list of photography-related stories that are generating some buzz in the blogosphere. Regular blog readers may recall we used to have the BlogRush widget, but this blog was so crowded, we had to start removing widgets. We still have more widgets to remove, we currently have *gasp* 60+ widgets installed.Mixx It!
Alpine ExposuresYou don't have to read between the lines to figure out what this site is about! Mountains and Photography! Be sure to check their introductory but jam-packed photo tips for the mountains article.Photography Voter
Nikon BlogFan of all things Nikon? NikonBlog at Wordpress covers the major developments in the world of Nikon.Technorati Fave
17 lies and half-truths in the Camera BusinessSome are half-truths, some are one third truths, others are ...four thirds truths ;-)Do you Digg it?

We hope you enjoyed our first Web 2.0 fortified edition of "Discover". More coming up next week (or next month). If you have any websites to recommend or suggest for this feature, just let us know. They could be your blog or one of your favorites. Also please feel free to tell us what you think of this new approach! Don't be shy, we won't cry if you don't like it :) The email address is 1001noisycameras {at} gmail [dot] com


Glennsp said...

I like this approach. It will save me the time and effort of trawling through the web to find good resources/sources for info and tips.
Thanks guys

1001 noisy cameras said...

Thanks for the feedback and I'm glad you liked it!