A list of helpful links for IMatch, digital asset management and image management in general.
The IMatch user community is the ideal place to ask questions, discuss about IMatch and help others.
Visit the Wiki to download free know-how articles about IMatch, tutorials and hundreds of free scripts.
The IPTC, based in London, UK, is a consortium of the world’s major news agencies, news publishers and news industry vendors. It develops and maintains technical standards for improved news exchange that are used by virtually every major news organization in the world.
First stop for all matters about XMP metadata.
This Wikipedia article contains helpful information about the various EXIF flavors, standard organizations and bodies involved in EXIF and digital camera metadata.
The MWG publishes technical specifications that describe how to effectively store metadata into digital media files.
OpenRAW is a group of photographers and other interested people advocating the open documentation of digital camera RAW files.
One of the best spots on the web regarding the art of landscape, nature and documentary photography using digital as well as traditional image processing techniques. Check it out!
LL has a review on IMatch here, written by Nick Rains, a well-known Australian photographer.
Uwe Steinmueller’s website is an excellent resource for nature and field photography, lens reviews, and tutorials.
Photographer and Writer Thom Hogan’s web site contains extensive information about Nikon photographic equipment, tutorials, tips & tricks. You’ll also find and information about Thom’s well-known books about photography.
One of the best sources for digital camera information.
Contains reviews of all new cameras and lenses, and the best user forums on the net.
If you need information about a camera model, or a lens, this is one of the first places to go.
Aimed at professional photo journalists and digital camera users.
Plenty of information, news, reviews, tutorials and discussion boards.
The digital photography resource for over 2,000,000 visitors a year. Great site for photography techniques and learning new things. Dennis also publishes books about photography, and you can read selected chapters of his books online.
Steve is one of the pioneers of hosting a digital photography website. If you need a review or unbiased information about digital cameras, this page is a good starting point.
Fred is a professional photographer and has tons of info and links about all aspects of photography and photo editing.
Fred also creates and distributes excellent Photoshop Actions to enhance, sharpen and optimize digital images.
Online Magazine for All Nature Photographers – Wildlife and Nature Photography Instruction Photo tips, Photo Critique Forums, Professional Photographers Galleries.
Nikonians is a dynamic community with over 13,000 active Nikon® users supporting each other in a friendly way.
GeoSetter is a freeware for Windows for showing and changing geo data image files (e.g. images taken by digital cameras).
This website is about one thing: Learning how to use off-camera flash with your DSLR to take your photos to the next level. Very useful information on how to make your flash gun rock.
Where professional photographers discuss their craft.
Video Blog for Creative Professionals.