Weekly Linkies, 06/14/08

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As you may have noticed, we’ve been posting a lot more regularly these days. Your feedback on the comments section has been a major inspiration for us, so to those that came out and let us know that we’ve helped you out and to those who asked questions, thank you. You’re awesome. We’re planning on keeping this rhythm going. Expect more kickass articles coming your way. If you haven’t yet, don’t forget to subscribe to our RSS feed.

We’re also bringing back the Weekly Linkies. If you see a particularly good article that’s photography-related, leave us a comment or shoot us an e-mail with the link to it so we can include it on the next Weekly Linkies.

The High-Wire Act of Getting Photo Permits
Scott Kelby, Photoshop Insider
Find out when you will be needing shooting permits and how to go about securing them.

Making the Switch – Becoming a Professional Photographer
If you’re aching to go pro, this is a good place to start.

What Exactly is a “Limited Edition” Print? and A Closer Look at “Limited Editions”
Epic Edits Weblog
Both articles have been enlightening for me. Very interesting discussion going on over at the comments section as well.

Little Orphan Artworks
Lawrence Lessig on The New York Times
This article is a month old, but it’s still a good read. All artists (that includes you, photographer) should read up on this because this concerns you. There’s also an interesting article on Photodoto.com regarding this: Orphan Works bill introduced in U.S. that you might want to peruse.

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