Precious tips and tools for teaching people how to photograph and process images never hurt. Especially because smartphones offer increasingly powerful cameras, helping to get more detailed work. And this encourages the deepening of techniques, because it is not always "point and shoot". The Cambridge in Color website is one of those essential resources not only for novices, but enthusiasts who want to take the next step in the photography hobby.
The website has been in existence since 2005 and has grown to house over 20,000 users daily seeking knowledge in this photographic world. There is no shortage of tutorials that teach you how to use photographic equipment, image publishing and post-editing, color management, printing tips, and other concepts and terminology. And all matters are neat, very easy to find.
If you want more in-depth resources, you can also find tools for macros, close-ups, resolution, or field of view. There are calculators for those who want to capture those photographs at sunrise or sunset, as well as the different moons, and other weather.
Of course, contacting users, exchanging experiences with each other, is the best learning asset for you, so you can register and participate in discussion forums.