Over the years, I've been a regular reader of various photography sites, be they normal sites or blogs; however, of late, I've been deleting more and more from my favourites list as they become increasingly irrelevant or uninteresting. DPR went years ago, as it just seemed to be a site for extolling the virtues of Nikon/Canon in all of their various forms. It may have changed, but I rarely have a look in nowadays. Luminous Landscape has probably been the longest running site that I've been reading, but it's become one of the most boring and self-serving sites ever. Yes LL did start as a site catering for large format users and landscape photographers in particular, but lately it seems to have become one of the most pretentious photography sites on the internet. TOP has been one of my favourites for a long time, but it too has become weird of late. Thom Hogan's sans Mirror has gone downhill as well. Interesting while it lasted. DIY Photography was a breath of fresh air for a while and then it appeared to succumb to the crass 'click bait' syndrome associated with many tech type websites (Gawker Media style crap). PetaPixel is rapidly following in DIY's shoes. Range Finder Magazine used to be really good, but then it seemed to lose its mojo and became almost a wedding photographer's site. The only sites that I still find interesting are: The Visual Science Lab Lens Rentals Imaging Resource (but I wonder for how long) Are there any other sites there that prove interesting, informative and consistent (notwithstanding the current forum)?