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This guide provides direct links to electronic specialised databases, videos, images and referencing information relevant to Photography with many direct links to e-titles in courses taught
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Essential photography databases
Taylor & Francis Online
Extensive coverage for art & photography. Includes books.
Wiley Online Library
Good selection of books & journals in art & photography.
Art Full Text (EBSCO)
Mostly art topics and journals with some photography journals in full text like Photography Quarterly, BlackFlash Magazine or Photoworks
APA-FT: Australian Public Affairs - Full Text (Informit)
Includes full text Australian journals in media, cultural studies and photography, such as Photofile, Metro Magazine, Inside Film and others.
Art and Architecture Archive (Proquest)
Full text of archival copies of trade journals for fine art, cultural history, photography and architecture, such as Aperture (1952-) & Art Monthly (1976-).
Research Library (ProQuest)
Includes photography & art resources, mix of scholarly journals, professional and trade publications. A good starting point to your research.
Other photography & digital media databases
Communication & Mass Media Complete (EBSCO)
Abstracts mostly from academic journals for digital media, games, animation, photography and others.
ACM: Association for Computing Machinery Digital Library
Good coverage of digital media, games, animation and photography. Journals indexed include ACM Multimedia proceedings. Full text database.
Comics and graphic novels
Underground & Independent Comics, Comix, and Graphic Novels (Alexander Street)
Over 75,000 pages of comics and graphic novels, along with 25,000 pages of interviews, criticism, and journal articles that document the continual growth and evolution of this art form.
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