Non frame pages..
|This months issue available
|Photographers Resource as the
name suggests, was originally a website developed to provide a wide range
of information for photographers. Much of the information however is
relevant to a far wider audience, including all those who enjoy going out,
visiting places or seeing all types of places and events. On top of this
Photographers Resource has a range of specialist sections covering a range
of topics, and these often have more coverage than anything available
elsewhere, so many of our regular users are not photographers specifically
but a wide range of people with special interests, and those who just enjoy
the opportunity to find out, in one place, a lot about a range of topics.
Each month, we change over the
photographers diary that shows events of all types that photographers and
others may wish to visit all over the UK. Throughout the month we add
articles, lists and new location guides. We also have picture galleries
devoted to some places and subjects. Regularly we continually update and
expand specific subjects.
Unlike printed magazines, that runs for a
week or month, we don't have a space limit so can produce large indexes of
places, and the information introduced in Photographers Resource is always
available, updated and fully indexed in a range of ways.
All information is free and no
registration is required.
The Photographers Free
Use it when you like .....
and if you like, also help expand it.
This resource is based around a number
- Location guides, with details, grids,
links etc, all indexed by topic, alphabetically and by county.
- Galleries with collections of pictures.
- Route Guides and other specialist pages.
- Lists by topic often within a county,
allowing you to find so much more to see.
- A monthly and future diary system to
tell you about a very large number of events, and activities that are on,
that you might like to visit or photograph.
- A reference section with everything from
mapping and weather to comparison information.
- A number of articles, covering topics to
photograph, photographic techniques and more.
Make use of it
- When you like, to find specific
- Take a look regularly.
- Look at back copies of the newsletter,
we produced up to July 2012, at
any time, from our Recent Editions button. We stopped producing them as we
found like printed magazines that they were going around, and becoming
repetitive, and as you have them all available we don't need to produce
Join in if you like, and help us to grow
this even faster. You can help by:-
- Writing new location guides, we have
grids, guides and other information available to help you, or if you
prefer just give us information via an email.
- Testing out location guides
- Supplying photos to assist us to show
others what is at locations
- Writing articles on topics of interest,
like introducing a subject or topic area, a photographic related item or
some other relevant item
- Developing or expanding a portal based
on another country
- Helping others to find out about this
- Suggest another way
Why not take a look now
click here to see the latest
additions, and buttons to see all
Some of our
White Horses and
* Photographic Lighting and
* Photography Filters
The web address to go directly
to the current update page is
www.photographers-resource.co.uk/nl why not add this to your browser
We also have doorways that
allow direct access to sections of the information for those with specific
interests. These are shown in a panel at the top of this page.
Bookmark or share with others:-
'Add this' has many options, 'Bookmark' pop up bottom right of this page also
includes quick email
- you can link to individual pages if you wish. This system is designed to run
with or without the frame set. To access the pages without the frame sets and
get direct HTML addresses of pages use
non frame indexing. At the
top of each page a bar like the one below allows you access to the full
Photographers Resource website if you landed on a page outside our frame system.
Non frame pages..
The 'Bookmark' button's mouse
over facility also has an email option that you can email yourself a link to the