APUG - Analog Photography User Group - The best and most valuable resource on the web for analog photography. If you shoot film, this is the place to be!
Adam Marelli - Adam's outlook on photography stands out because he doesn't fuss around gear but teaches basic and advanced concepts that every photographers should be very familiar with. Design and composition. His workshops and lectures are highly informative and I highly reccommend them.
Ken Rockwell - Who doesn't know good old Ken? Like him or not, Ken has the most visited Photo site on the WWW. He knows what he's talking about and tells it as it is. His articles about composition, light, metering, and so many other subjects (aside from the usual great and informative reviews) should be a must read for every photographer.
Piezography - Jon Cone has revolutionized black & white inkjet printing with with his Piezography concept. While there will always be detractors arguing about the superiority of darkroom silver gelatin prints, there is no denying the beauty of a well execute carbon pigment inkjet prints. Comparisons can be futile, as the amazing prints achieved with this system stand on their own. I am now using the K7 Selenium inks for my digital negatives and positives (gravure), and they are absolutely flawless.
QTR - RIP Black & White Printing - For use with Piezography K& systems, look no further than genius Roy Harrington's amazing QTR!
B&H - This is where I shop for 99.9% of my photographic needs. Great service, every product you can imagine, fair prices and prompt shipping. B&H is THE place!
The View Camera Store
Fred Newman is your go to guy for large format gear and now even Leica! Fred is one of the nicest guys in the biz, very helpful, and his knowledge of Phil Davis' BTZS (Beyond The Zone System) is of great help to those who want to harness the full power of their materials, and finally be worry free to concentrate on vision and composition. His film testing services are probably the best money I've ever spent in my photographic life. A small investment in time and money, is handsomely re-paid by good negatives that are fun to print in the darkroom. Check out Fred's great videos on YouTube for more fun learning here: View Camera Store's Videos
Paul Taylor, the man behind Renaissance Press, has been publishing artists for almost 20 years. He is an accomplihed printer and a true master of the photogravure process. I have recently attended one of his gravure workshops and it was a fantastic learning experience. If you are looking to expand your horizons, broaden your printing possibilities, Paul's workshops are a must.
The Lionheart Gallery
Right on the border of New Canaan, CT, in Pound Ridge, Lionheart is a brand new gallery, curated by the awesome Susan Grissom. A beautiful and exciting space to discover new artists, (yours truly included), and also to admire established ones, as with the new exhibition of legendary NYC photographer Vivian Cherry. Stop by and get on the email list for upcoming shows and events.
Mark Nelson and Precision Digital Negatives
Mark's beautiful stochastic screens for traditional gravure and photopolymer are back! The are expertly made and, most of all, consistent. The medium screen is what I use for my gravure process and if you are looking for very fine grain, great highlight detail and beautiful etchings, look no further. For those who are more technically inclined, I highly suggest Mark's Curve Calculator to fine tune your alternate process spend less time tweaking, and more time shooting and printing.
Cape Fear Press - Jennifer Page
Jennifer is a fellow gravurist and a great support for the art. She is the only supplier for the only pigment tissue available for the process, Phoenix, and also a one stop shop for other needed supplies. Inks for your digital positives, and the amazing Izote Mexican inks for your etchings, are available from Jennifer. She is also a great source for beautifully made analog aquatint screens. Along with Mark Nelson's screens, they are the best out there.