Scott Hupertz Photography


                                                                                                                                                                                                The world according to Paddy Chayefsky

Mark Harden’s Artchive
:  Art, art and more art.  A great resource for studying the sublime sickness

Digital Photography Review:  An incredible resource for reviews, comparisons and lists of specs for hundreds of models of digital cameras.  [A must before you purchase your next piece of equipment]

Golden Number:  Links to just about everything you ever wanted to know about the golden mean, phi, and the Fibonacci Sequence.  Don’t attempt art without it.  An international facebook type of affair for photographers…very, very nice work.  One of my favorites is their critique section; an invaluable tool for any artist.  Sign up is free.  Upload a picture and post it for critique.  You get unvarnished advice from some of the best in the world.  [The best part…you have to write meaningful critiques of three other photos that have been posted before you’re allowed to post one of your own] 

Online Speech Bank:  I usually like to listen to speeches instead of music...probably because I'm full of shit and I appreciate anyone who is an artist in the medium of bullshit.

The Internet Archive:  Practically everything that is in the public domain (video, audio, images, etc.)

Mad Scientist Library:  FILL YOUR BRAIN!!  We have plenty of ignorant people in this world and we don’t need one more.  Hundreds of links to various science education sites.

National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Fundamental Physical Constants:  Just in case you’re building a nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer at home and you need to know the gyromagnetic ratio of a shielded proton.