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This is a discussion on Fotopedia within the Photographic essays and classic photography forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; I was looking through a photo magazine yesterday and came across this site. It is a photographic encyclopedia website that ...

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    I was looking through a photo magazine yesterday and came across this site.
    It is a photographic encyclopedia website that allows users to add their photos.I think it is similar to Wikipedia in a photography sense.
    From the website:
    "Fotopedia is breathing new life into photos by building a photo encyclopedia that lets photographers and photo enthusiasts collaborate and enrich images to be useful for the whole world wide web"

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    That's pretty cool - but it's missing the explanations for some common items...it's only pictures.

    Hmmmmm - I'd love to start something similar for this board, but more like a glossary/dictionary that might point to other articles....
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