Sites for the Digital Photographer

Digital Photography Review
Started in 1998, DPReview is now one of the most popular digital photography sites on the Net. It is well known for its detailed reviews of the latest digital cameras.

Steve’s Digicams
Fast loading, friendly site packed with the latest news and reviews from the world of digital photography. See Steve’s reviews of BreezeBrowser and PSRemote

Rob Galbraith
Founded by a photojournalist to help fellow professionals make better use of high end digital cameras from Nikon, Kodak & Canon. See Rob’s review of Downloader Pro

The Luminous Landscape
Michael Reichmann is a professional landscape photographer who uses highend digital and film cameras. His site contains a wealth of information for anyone interested in fine art photography. See Michael’s review of DSLR Remote Pro.

Fred Miranda
A site dedicated to digital photography via competitions, forums, Photoshop filters and more.

Digital Photo Outback
Uwe Steinmueller’s site is packed with information for users of digital SLRs. Don’t miss his recent article about BreezeBrowser’s HTML generation.

Reid Reviews
An on-line magazine of reviews and essays by photographer and writer Sean Reid.

Selected Customer Sites

Birds as Art
Arthur Morris is one of the world’s top bird photographers and an enthusiastic user of BreezeBrowser Pro and Downloader Pro. His site is full of inspiring photographs and useful technical and practical information.

Andy Rouse is an internationally renowned wildlife photographer who is based in the UK. Andy regularly contributes to magazines such as Practical Photography and has written a number of books on photography.

Peter Berger Photography
Austrian photographer Peter Berger has developed some excellent HTML templates for BreezeBrowser. His galleries and portfolios are well worth a look too.
(Site in English and German)

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