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Old Dec 17, 2009, 11:37 AM   #1
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I'm not sure how many forum regulars are aware of a reference site managed by Michael Meissner. It is a great reference site for all things having to do with digital photography with a good emphasis on the Olympus line of digital cameras.
http://www.the-meissners.org/camera.html

If your looking for tutorials on flashes, depth of field as it relates to Fourthirds lenses, etc. This is a great place to start and bookmarking.

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It looks like a great website, Zig-

Thanks very much for the info.

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It looks like a great website, Zig-

Thanks very much for the info.

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Hi Sarah,
Glad you enjoyed it. I find myself altogether too often bookmarking all kinds of different sites that are specific to one area of photography or another. The result is that when I go to look for that info, I have to wade thru a 'sea' of websites. This fellow has done a good job of cataloging a myriad of sites into a manageable index. It works for me.

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I'm not sure how many forum regulars are aware of a reference site managed by Michael Meissner. It is a great reference site for all things having to do with digital photography with a good emphasis on the Olympus line of digital cameras.
http://www.the-meissners.org/camera.html

If your looking for tutorials on flashes, depth of field as it relates to Fourthirds lenses, etc. This is a great place to start and bookmarking.

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Great link, Zig. I had skimmed through it once a while back and completely forgotten about it.
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Hey Gary,
If you're like me you've got lots of sites already bookmarked which makes it quite easy to forget the reason you bookmarked them in the first place!!

This one I'll try and remember to visit more often.
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Don't forget http://www.wrotniak.net/photo/43/index.html as well. While that link specifically has to do with FourThirds information, if you hit the homepage there are links to general photo tidbits, etc.
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Don't forget http://www.wrotniak.net/photo/43/index.html as well. While that link specifically has to do with FourThirds information, if you hit the homepage there are links to general photo tidbits, etc.

Thanks Mike for the reminder Wrotniak's site is a keeper for sure!

By the way, I thought I got up early.......yikes. (grin)
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Thanks so much. I need as much information as I can get. I'm newer at this than I thought >_>
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By the way, I thought I got up early.......yikes. (grin)
Actually, I hadn't been to sleep yet!
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