American Museum of Photography, The – “Web exhibits bring great images from the history of photography to your computer screen, drawn from a private collection of more than 5,000 photographs. You’ll see everything from a frontier town in America’s Wild West to a century-old photo of mischief in a Japanese restaurant…plus important early portraits, landscapes, architectural images, art photography and pioneering photo-journalism.”
Ansel Adams – This collection was compiled as a royalty-free resource of Ansel Adams’ early photographs, and will be especially useful to web designers, desktop publishers and graphic artists. The original photos were part of a massive project produced by the United States Department of the Interior. There are more than two hundred digitized photo images in this royalty-free collection.
CalPhotos: California Plants & Habitats – more than 20,000 images of native and naturalized plants at this easy-to-use image database from the Berkeley Digital Library Photo Collection. Search common or Latin names for wildflowers, trees, shrubs vines, algae or fungi.
California Views– holds the works of over 900 photographers from the 1880-1990’s
Digital Image Database Project – The New York Public Library’s new database provides access to tens of thousands of amazing digitized images taken from the Research Libraries. And, according to the site, that number will grow to more than 600,000 images by the end of 2004.
Digital Photography ’94 – An annual international juried exhibition of photographs presented by The Peoria Art Guild and by Bradley University
Digital Photography ’95 – An annual international juried exhibition of photographs presented by The Peoria Art Guild and by Bradley University
Digital Photography ’96 – An annual international juried exhibition of photographs presented by The Peoria Art Guild and by Bradley University
Digital Photography Review – “Welcome to Digital Photography Review where you’ll find all the latest in digital camera and digital imaging news, reviews of the latest digital cameras, lively discussion forums, vast digital camera samples galleries, a digital camera buyers guide, side-by-side comparisons and the most comprehensive database of digital camera specifications and prices.”
FreeFoto.com – “FreeFoto.com is one of the largest collections of free photographs for noncommercial use on the Internet. The comprehensive, yet easy to navigate site features 40 main sections with over 600 sub headings.”
Images from the Microscope – Site offers photo galleries that explore the fascinating world of optical microscopy. with color photographs taken through an optical microscope. Also contains a Photo Gallery with images from beer and ice cream to integrated circuits and ceramic superconductors.
Masters of Photography – This archive of photography includes biographies, articles, and scanned images that are viewable in three size formats. Ansel Adams, Dorothea Lange, and Edward Weston are among the 19 visionaries and innovators currently represented.
Millennium Photo Project, The – “The Millennium Photo Project wants to create a “community enterprise” that anyone with an interest in photography can join. The best 300 or so pictures taken by photo enthusiasts at the end of the year will be selected for a book.”
New York Public Library Digital Gallery – This site provides access to over 275,000 images digitized from primary sources and printed rarities in the collections of The New York Public Library, including illuminated manuscripts, historical maps, vintage posters, rare prints and photographs, illustrated books, printed ephemera, and more.
Photographs from the Golden Age of Jazz – The Library of Congress presents a collection of more than 1,600 photographs of celebrated jazz artists. The photos document the jazz scene from 1938 to 1948, primarily in New York City and Washington, D.C.
Photography Tips – “PhotographyTips.com is for everyone with an interest in photography. It is intended to help beginners get started in photography, and become so good at it that they turn into advanced amateurs. But, accomplished photographers will also find useful tips and hints here. Our primary objective is to help people like you to take better photographs.”
Picture Collection – Time, Inc. – Time Inc. is putting the fruits of decades of photojournalism online. Currently there are 400,000 pictures in this collection, with plans to add more pictures at the rate of 300,000 a year.
Pinhole Visions – gathers the works of photographers who take pictures with pinhole cameras–cameras with a pinhole instead of a lens.