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A History of Photography from its beginnings till the 1920s

Bibliography Museums of Interest How Photography Began Significant People Significant Processes

Agricultural Research Service Image Gallery

The Image Gallery is provided as a complimentary source of high quality digital photographs available from the Agricultural Research Service Information Staff. Select a category from the left to view images with caption information, or in a proof sheet format without captions.

BJP Online - professional photography resources

Photography magazine for professional photographers. Includes pics, reviews, links, competitions, presents news, galleries, job listings, and a discussion forum.

Brooks Institute of Photography - NPPA

Brooks NPPA is dedicated to the advancement of photojournalism and its role in society. While upholding all of the ideals and creeds of Brooks Institute of Photography, Brooks NPPA will follow standards pertaining to photojournalism in all its facets, including exemplifying honesty and practicing proper ethics. Brooks NPPA will work as a team to set and achieve goals that provide students with opportunities for professional growth. Brooks NPPA will support the Brooks student body in the development and teachings of photojournalism through involvement in and interaction with the professional world of photography.

Butterfly Photo Gallery

These galleries contain butterfly and moth images from a variety of sources. In most cases, a small picture is included for speed of transmission, and a larger picture is available by clicking on the small picture.


CalPhotos is a collection of 50,151 images of plants, animals, fossils, people, and landscapes.

Digital Photography Review

Where you'll find all the latest in digital photography and imaging news, reviews of the latest digital cameras and accessories, the most active discussion forums, a large selection of sample images, a digital camera buyers guide, side-by-side comparisons and the most comprehensive database of digital camera features and specifications.

Dinosaur Art and Modeling

We provide a list of links to several dinosaur art galleries that are currently on the internet. You will find some very nice work by artists at these sites. We would be glad to include your site, or add a site that you feel would be of value to our readers. Let us know.

Entomology Gallery

Iowa State University Entomology Image Gallery

Historical Image Collection

American Civil War and American West photo collection

ILFORD: Black&White Photography

ILFORD home-page. Products (detailed informations about each product can also be downloaded), employment, gallery, teachers lounge, etc. In different languages: English, French, Italian, German.

Infrared Photography

Everything you wanted to know about Infrared Photography but were afraid to ask... ADVICE: visit the whole site.

Kite Aerial Photography

These web pages will be a journal of sorts, a place to gather and record notes regarding a developing interest in aerial photography from kites. Kite aerial photography appeals to that part of me, perhaps of all of us, that would slip our earthly bonds and see the world from new heights. An aerial view offers a fresh perspective of familiar landscapes and in doing so challenges our spatial sensibilities, our grasp of relationships.


Kodak site

Konika Minolta

Konika Minolta site

Macro Photo

Macro photo web site, with a large number of galleries and pictures.

Masters of photography

It shows some galleries from some of the most famous photographers from XIX century till today.

Medieval Europe Photo Gallery

Castles, Abbeys, Celtic stones and more.

National Geographic Photography

Photography section.

National Portrait Gallery

The National Portrait Gallery is dedicated to the exhibition and study of portraits of people who have made significant contribution to American history. It is a public museum for the exhibition and study of portraiture and statuary depicting people.

Nature Photographer Magazine

magazine on-line.

Nature's Images Photography

this site is a virtual gallery of freelance photographer Brian Pluckrose, it includes sport, travel, pr assignments and general photographic images [...]

NOAA Photo Library

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration photo library


The National Press Photographers Association is dedicated to the advancement of photojournalism, its creation, editing and distribution, in all news media.


Olympus site

Photo Courses On-Line by AGFA

Here you have four different on-line photo courses promoted by AGFA: Beginner's Photo Course, Classical Photo Course, Digital Photo Course, Black-and-White Lab Course. Start your favourite course clikking on words in red! Every time you find any red word, it means that you can clik it and have more detailed informations!

Photo Critique

Welcome to the most dynamic image-based photo forum on the Web. We invite you to share your images with us. Whether you are a beginning photographer or an experienced pro, post some images for us to enjoy and critique. Even if you don't post, you'll find this forum enjoyable, revealing, sometimes even inspiring

Every doubt will find an answer. Contains different sessions: forum, gallery, learn, equipment, travel, etc.

Starting with just a handful of Photographers, we have continued to grow on a daily basis, to the point where we have now had over 12,000 Professional Photographers enter listings for themselves in our database


PDN's visual database of the world's best photographers.


Polaroid Site

Staley+Wise Gallery

Established in 1981 in Soho, the Staley + Wise Gallery opened with an exhibition of Horst photographs and continues to show the work of masters of fashion photography. The collection also includes Hollywood portraiture, landscape, still life and nudes.

Tattoos, piercing end body markings

Photo gallery by Chris Rainer for National Geographyc.

The Mountain Gallery

The Mountain Gallery shows photographs I made in the mountains of Europe and North America while I was climbing or mountaineering. It is a portraiture of these activities, as well as of incredibly beautiful places. There are currently 450 images.

The Peace Gallery

This Peace Gallery presents images from around the world as seen through the cameras of Peace Corps volunteers. Although the images show the amazing diversity on our planet, they also show how similar we are to each other. In looking through the gallery, marvel at the differences, but also see the similarities. After spending two years in the Peace Corps, one realizes it is how close we all are that is truly amazing.

The Pulitzer Prizes

Pulitzer was the most skillful of newspaper publishers, a passionate crusader against dishonest government, a fierce, hawk-like competitor who did not shrink from sensationalism in circulation struggles, and a visionary who richly endowed his profession.

The sky-café

For lovers of the sky and photography. Are you wondering how the sky looks in the city that stands in the opposite side of the planet? In the city you always wanted to visit? In the city you miss so much? Click on the map to see the albums organized by city, or browse the same albums by month using the top bar or the main menu.

The World Trade Center's Heroic Rescue Dogs

Not enough can be said about the heroic individuals, both bipeds and quadrupeds, who lend their abilities to the security and rescue efforts underway in the wake of last Tuesday's terrorist attack on America.

Weather Photography

This site contains photographs of many weather phenomena, and information on how to photograph these. The photo collection consists of five categories: Atmospheric Optics, Lightning, Clouds, Astronomy, Miscellaneous.

When photography became movie!

On June 15, 1878, a clear and sunny day in Palo Alto, California, amid a gathering of art and sports journalists, Eadweard Muybridge photographed the first successful serial images of fast motion. This site contains a lot of his works. See them to wonder! The first subject of these photographs was the trotting horse, Abe Edgington, harnessed to a sulky. The horse was owned by railroad builder and former governor, Leland Stanford. Proven was Stanford's theory that during a horse's running stride, there is a moment of suspension where no hooves are touching the ground. What had begun as a topic of unresolvable debate among artists and horse enthusiasts now launched a new era in photography.


Zonezero, from analog to digital photography