Twitter is a medium of communication. It perfectly complements the power of photography.
Twitter :: A series of “now” moments
Photokonnexion is all about learning photography. Our tips, tricks and tutorials cater for all levels of skill. We try to write in easily understandable language and to explain new terms and ideas fully. If you enjoy making photographs this is the place to find out more. If you love your camera this is the place to learn more about that too.
Photokonnexion and Twitter
Because Twitter is all about small amounts of information it is easy to learn in bite sized chunks. The @Photokonnexion Twitter stream aims to be on the fun side. We tweet bite-sized chunks of learning. You will find photographic facts, quotes, philosophy and fun comments. It is all about cryptic and comic, tips and tricks, moments and motivation.
A thousand pages helping you learn
Photokonnexion.com has more pages than your average photography book. All of them are packed with photography facts, resources and links to more. It is a rich resource for learning. It is a fun resource to browse. These pages aim to fill the details in. Photokonnexion.com is a perfect complement to our twitter stream.
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Damon is a writer-photographer and editor of this site. He has run some major websites, a computing department and a digital image library. He started out as a trained teacher and now runs training for digital photogs.
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Three new articles on Photokonnexion…
We have published two new articles in our Photographic Glossary: “Definition: Vignette; Vignetting” is a great article providing insight into the vignette. There is a second article and the matter of modern bird-song too. Read on…
The newest article in the Photographic Glossary takes an in-depth look at the vignetting – the slightly dark border you find on the edge of some pictures. Did you know you can create it yourself? We would be interested in your comments below about this article.
Definition: Vignette; Vignetting
Photography – right and wrong
We have also published on a slightly more controversial subject, the rights and wrongs of certain types of photographic endeavour. The article is looking at the issues, not providing any answers. There are lots of things that could be added. Have you got any issues you can raise? We would be very interested in your thoughts. We may even write them up in the article. Let us know what you think and leave a comment.
Definition: Photography and Ethics
Did you know you can follow Photokonnexion on Twitter? We are @photokonnexion and would be really pleased to see new followers come online. Additional tips and insights can be found there. We will be announcing new posts and providing other useful information. A cool extension to your visits to this site.
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Contribute To Our Photography Definitions
We would be interested in our contributors, readers and interested photographers sending us definitions of photographic words or phrases. Photokonnexion is trying to build up a comprehensive glossary. If you would like to contribute we want to hear from you.
Definitions must be original and must not be published elsewhere. You are also invited to send us an appropriate picture we can use. We will credit your entry with your name and we are happy to provide a link to a web resource of your choice.
We want the definitions to be simple and clear. Try to keep the words to a minimum. Aim your definition at someone with no previous understanding of the term you are defining. Keep technical content to a minimum too.
If you are interested in writing a definition, or any other type of contribution, you should read this page…