Below is a list of photography resources such as websites, editing programs, etc.:

- Critiquing Checklist for your own images

Photo Essay Project notes

Aperture Creates Art an Aperture Primer - Joe Kerr (Red River College Photography Instructor) 

- National Geographic Guide to Photography - Photography Basics

- WINDOW or ONE LIGHT LIGHTING by Don Berthman, slideshow

- Photo Print Travel Case by Don Berthman, slideshow

- LyndaLibrary at the Winnipeg Public Library -You can scan through more Photography education resources than may ever use, from courses on Photoshop and Lightroom software to the art of photography. The length of each is given, plus the learning level, beginner, advanced, for any level etc. Have Fun!!

          1-  Here is how to access the lyndaLibrary

          2-  Go to Winnipeg Public Library website homepage

          3-  Select - Our Collections on the left side of the page

          4-  Select - A-Z Digital Content & Database

          5-  Select - L

          6-  Select - lyndaLibrary.............If you don't have a account - create one

          7.  Log In

          8-  Look below the 8 buttons to Menu.. New      Popular        Recommended         

               Several subjects are listed of which one is Photography.

          9- Select - Photography


          - From the library's facebook page:

Have old photos, negatives, and slides that you'd like to convert to digital files?   The ideaMILL has a new scanner where you can do just that. (The scanner even removes dust, scratches, and surface defects so your digital file looks great!)  Reserve a time slot, bring your photos, etc. and save your files to your USB.

Reserve a time slot:          

Photo Editing programs

- Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop

- Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop Short-Cut Cheatsheets - This is a Pdf download that you can print

-  Skin Retouching:to give the smooth skin texture, here is an "old school" method for those of you that don't have Topaz and other add-ons.

Video Creation

- How to Create Powerful Videos...Click Here

Presentation Links

2022 Dr. Christian Sasse: Astrophotography and Wildlife

2022 Jim Cline's presentation on TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY

2022 KJ Rocan's presentation on PHOTOSHOP COMPOSITING




Mat Cutting .pdf : How to cut double mat, off set corners and inlays...Source: Logan Graphics Website


For those members who are concerned about having their computer screen brightness calibrated to levels established by CAPA (Canadian Association for Photographic Art) and PSA (Photographic Society of America) the following are their guidelines.

- Using the attached white card open it on your computer and view it in full frame view, then go to your settings folder and then go to your display settings.

- Using your camera as a light meter set your ISO setting to 200.

- If you have Aperture Priority, set it to "A" and set your lens opening to f4 or f5.6, this will be dependent on the lens you use.

- Filling the entire viewfinder of your camera with the white card.Take the light reading.

- Raise or lower the brightness level of your computer screen until you get a light reading of f4 @ 1/60th of a sec. or f5.6 @ 1/30th of a sec. this will probably correspond with a brightness level of 30% on your computer.


- Mark that setting down so that if you need to raise the brightness level for other types of work you can quickly return it to the photo setting. This brightness level will correspond with viewing levels used by CAPA for their competitions. 

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Photo Matting and Mounting

Photo Print Travel/Transport Case

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