In This Chapter
Editing your photos with a Web browser
Displaying your pictures online
Finding the best digital photography information on the Web
Checking out individual photographer's Web sites
Buying and selling photography equipment online
One of the advantages of using a digital SLR is that, in terms of new ideas, new techniques, new applications, and new add-on gadgets, the sky's the limit. Certainly, an imaginative photographer finds it challenging to wring every last bit of potential out of a non-SLR digital camera, and he or she can spend years doing so. But if the possibilities of an ordinary point-and-shoot camera are vast, the tricks that you can do with a digital SLR are easily twice as vast. The expandability and versatility of a dSLR mean that you have no excuse for doing things in a half-vast way (ahem).
One tool that you want to avail yourself of is the Internet, with its unlimited treasure trove of ideas, showcases for your photos, equipment tests, and places to buy or sell dSLRs, lenses, and accessories. This chapter gets you started by introducing ten of the best online resources. (Although I give only ten resources the full-feature treatment, I sprinkle in a couple bonus sites here and there.)
I provide all the links here, but you don't have to go to the trouble of typing them into your browser. Instead, ...