All I have to say today is: you can’t improve your photography without studying the craft. If you’re semi (or very) serious about photography, you can’t and shouldn’t rely on luck to get The Photograph.
Strobist.com – great place if you’re interested in off-camera lighting. Tons of tips, suggestions, DIY tutorials and even lessons
Framed Network – web shows. There are new episodes every week highlighting different aspects of photography
Phlearn.com – this is a fairly new web show I recently found; it seems pretty informative so far.
National Geographic – I am not a huge fan of most photography magazines because they’re in the business of selling, rather than educating. That said, National Geographic is a great resource. Not only do they have thousands of gorgeous images in which you can study the use of light, posing and other intrinsic elements, they also offer sound tips and advice from experienced photographers.
Digital Photography School – a blog very similar to this one, for the Intrepid Photographer.
DIY Photography – If you’d like to experiment with different accessories like grids, backdrops, softboxes, etc., without shelling out the big bucks, this site has several tutorials on how to make your own version inexpensively.
DPreview.com – While this isn’t really a photography educational resource (although they do have a few articles along those lines), it’s very useful when you’re in market for a new lens or camera. This is the place to go for honest, thorough reviews written by nonaffiliated testers.
Are there any others I should be aware of? Who do you like?