Harvard has decided to release an entire photography course online, just needing you to create a very simple account.
To read more see this article on fstoppers!
While "steel wool" photos do look great, some people do tend to forget that you are literally playing with fire and after one photographer setting fire to the gorse bushes on Durdle Door recently, here's another case of someone burning down another landmark.
Be safe out there people, it's not worth risking your life for a picture!
I think that most of us have suffered with G.A.S. (or Gear Acquisition Syndrome) at one time or another where we lust over a new piece of equipment that could elevate our photography to the next level, but it's always worth thinking things through before we lay down our hard-earned cash as discussed in this via from PetaPixel:
By now I'm sure you will have all downloaded and installed the Nik Collection (now free from Google!) but you may be wondering where to start... Digital Photography School has a few pointers to get you going!
A video by Joshua Cripps shows his workflow for quickly processing a landscape image using Photoshop, most of what he does here can easily be translated into Lightroom too.
One site that a few members speak very highly of is Digital Photography School, with pages of information that cover a wealth topics it's well worth a look: