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What is the best photography forum on the net that people go to for both sharing photos and gaining tips on how to take better pictures?
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Depends. Any specific topic? All the general photography forums have too many personalities to deal with IMO.

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Well, I have a Nikon D40 so maybe there is one that specifies in that camera. Otherwise I like taking sports photos so something around that. Just give me some of your favorites to try out and find one I like.
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I like PhotoTopix.UK.com. As you can see it is British, but there are a lot of nice folks there who post and critique photos. You might also check to see if Nikon has forums which might pertain more to your particular camera. I also like the Canon forums.
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I visit these two daily.

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As general forums where you can find information about both of the main competitors in the photo field as well as find a huge wealth of common ground information I enjoy Photography community, including forums, reviews, and galleries from Photo.net and fredmiranda.com: Specialized in Canon - Nikon SLR Cameras, Forum, Photoshop Plugins, Actions, Reviews, Hosting and Digital Darkroom As a die hard Canon user I enjoy their forums as well.
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Doesn't matter if you shoot Canon or not. Huge community, lots of pros, and lots of knowledge.

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Depends. Any specific topic? All the general photography forums have too many personalities to deal with IMO.
Agreed 100%! I used to frequent "The Photography Forum", but far too many stupid people there for me to deal with. Then I starting hanging on "New England Moments Photography", but they are a little too nice, not enough good critique. So now I stick to the more professional forums, like the ones mentioned thus far.

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hey guys, try Gosnap Photography Forums Tutorials Reviews Photos
i found it when i first started photography and it really helped me. its a great forum, with monthly and weekly competitions both of which offer up prizes. it has a great gallery system, were you can upload 3 pics a day of hight file sizes (depending on membership status, its free to join and to post pics, but if you become premium member you can upload bigger files). plus the most important thing is the people, all very friendly and very helpful.
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If you're an Olympus user, Four Thirds User is great.

There is a good australian photography forum I go to sometimes at Ausphotography
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Some of you should know about CA, the site is up and coming, not so many posts yet, but very helpful members.
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