If you are new to the site, please take a moment and introduce yourself! This is a good section to break the ice and meet our very friendly community! If you have questions on how to use the site, this is also the place to ask.
Don't be shy. Brushing up on some of the basics? The Beginner's forum is for asking basic technical photographic questions about things like shutter speed, aperture, ISO, white balance, metering modes, focusing modes. Use one of the forums in the Photo Galleries section of TPF if you want C&C or improvement tips on some of the photos you have taken. For equipment specific questions, use one of the forums in the Camera Forum section of TPF.
General discussions for all Camera Gear, Camera Equipment, Camera products and more. Talk about the latest photographic headlines and read - or give - product reviews. Also get advice on what equipment to purchase and get opinions from others about various products.
A forum for those who need information on the challenges and rewards of going professional or who have recently turned pro! Do you want guidance from current working pros? This is the place! Discuss equipment needs, developing business plans and more!
A place to show off your post processing skills, with explanations on how you achieved the results, including specialty images such as HDR. Share information and techniques using Adobe's Photoshop and other popular graphics software.
Like the name says...this is the Gallery to post the photos you would like to receive specific comments and artistic criticism. Keep an open mind and enter here in the spirit of learning - both to give and receive C&C.
Don't post in here if you don't want it - take those photos to the Just for Fun Gallery.
A gallery for sharing photos of the people in your life, from informal portraits & candids, to your home studio shots or street photography. Post for discussion and feedback, including general critique.
A place to tell us stories of events with pictures. This is your place to not only show us your photojournalistic style, but your action and sports shots, too. Post for discussion and feedback, including general critique.