There are many resources available to help you both learn the basics of photography, improve your skills and plan your photoshoots. Here are those we have found the most useful.
The Photographers' Resource is an enormous UK-based website full of excellent information - a great starting point (may be becoming a bit "dated").
Camera Set-up - Aperture & Shutter speed - Camera anatomy & Crop factor - Focal length & Depth of Field
Histogram & White balance - ISO & Exposure triangle - Metering modes & Colour theory - Focus & Shooting modes
Camera Bag Essentials - volumes 1 and 2
Great for basics and when you have had some experience as it include lots of ideas for photographic projects.
Flash Photography: Art & techniques
Takes you from the basics with good practical ideas.
Planning a photoshoot/trip
Weather forecasts, tide times, Sunrise and position apps & maps - we have a page of resources here
Here are two publishers that have produced excellent location guides:
Presentations made at club evenings will be here (Currently being re-constructed)
Here are descriptions of, and links to, the software our members use to edit and present their images.
DP review is a down-to earth and reliable source of information on new equipment and has an archive of older equipment for when you are considering something secondhand.
Here is a very useful side-by-side camera comparison tool.
Used lenses - a new Comparison site.