Autumn and the plot against me: The mysterious origins of a Windows deskop image — this is an amazing story of detective work.
Wow — I find this photo very disturbing: Beavis is a street junkie in San Francisco. This is a fascinating story, but boy the photo makes me squirm.
Photo of Mozart's widow found [via Dave]
How to clean your digital camera sensor is another good MacWorld article from the latest issue...
Flickr fools rip a photographic masterpiece — this is worth a main weblog entry...must fight the urge...
What if great photographers were on the internet? Funny stuff.
PXN8 is an online photo editor. Joel? Joel? Are you there? This might be useful for comic images.
Optimizing performance in Photoshop for Macintosh OS X. I have real trouble running Photoshop on my 512mb PowerBook G4: it's just too slow.
You know how I love tales of interspecies friendship. Well, here is a series of wonderful photographs portraying Cairo, an Italian mastiff puppy, who was introduced as a playmate to 10-week-old Koza, a lion cub whose twin died, at the San Diego Wild Animal Park. I love this. [Again, via frykitty, who should e-mail me this stuff.]
For Antonio: Railway photography from around the world
Photography: birds in nature
A monkey and a cat, friends: We must learn to live together as brothers or perish as fools
Ten movies every photographer should see (I've seen half of them)
Invisibilia features photographs that have been digitally altered so that one figure is "traced", as if sketched with ink. It's an interesting effect.
Another sign that the future is here: this wireles Flickr-enabled photo frame presents an ever-present slideshow of the thirty most recent photos in your Flickr photo stream [via Dave]
Taking professional product photos without a professional (I suspect that much of this can be applied directly to macro photography, too)
AskMe: Photoshop tips for a newbie — I feel like I need a Photoshop class; I'm so lost in it most of the time
This is all over the internet, but it deserves all the exposure it can get. This guy had a terrible experience with PriceRitePhoto, an abusive bait-and-switch camera store.
Small budget photography is a fantastic article on how to produce fabulous photographs on a limited budget. (Note, though, that "limited budget" still requires a hefty investment.)
Apple's new Aperture is a piece of software designed for professional photographers. It looks intriguing.
The Staten Island boat graveyard, a remarkable photo gallery of old ships left to rot in the sea.