Photography Perfected: From Film and Chemicals to the Digital Darkroom

Here are the materials mentioned in the October 19 Quest lecture:

Presentation:

Photography Perfected: From Film and Chemicals to the Digital Darkroom


Photography History Timeline

For Fun:

Your Cat is a Better Photobomber than You

iOS Apps:

Snapseed – Free photo editor from Google

Google Nik Collection – Several powerful, free image editors. No longer updated, but still very useful.

Paper – Drawing and Graphic Tools overlaid with images

Pixelmatr – Powerful image editor that works as an iOS Photos plugin

Waterlogue – Photo editor that converts photos into watercolor paintings

SKRWT – Perspective and lens correction software

Prisma – Transform photos into artworks using styles of famous artists

Color Splash – converts photos to black and white while keeping chosen details in color

Digital Film Tools for iPad – A comprehensive set of editing and filter tools from The Tiffen Company

Spacecraft 3D – 3d photo simulator from NASA

Hardware:

Moondog Labs – Anamorphic lenses for iPhone

Photo Sharing Services:

Instagram – online mobile photo-sharing, video-sharing and social networking service

Google + – a social networking and identity service

iCloud Photo Sharing – Photo sharing service from Apple

Flickr – Photo and video sharing service from Yahoo!

500pix – Photo community

SmugMug – Professional photo sharing service

Other Materials and Software:

Trey Radcliff’s portfolio

Stuck in Customs – High Dynamic Range (HDR) Tutorial by Trey Radcliff

Aurora HDR – HDR photo editor for Mac OS

Photomatix – HDR photo editor for Windows and Mac OS

HDR Pro – HDR photo editor for iOS