For beginning photographers, the transition to a DSLR camera from a simple point-and-shoot or smartphone often comes with a steep learning curve. One resource that can help remedy this is Cambridge in Colour. Here, readers will find an extensive collection of free tutorials and tools created to help new digital photographers learn the ins and outs of this craft. While there are many photography blogs online, Cambridge in Colour strives to provide more permanent, reference-style content that readers can continue to benefit from time and again. Toward this end, its well-organized tutorials typically focus more on concept than procedure, are highly visual and often interactive, and cover each topic thoroughly but concisely, while also aiming to remain as independent of the type of camera or software as possible. A selection of tutorials highlighted as photography essentials, as well as recent additions, are featured on the main page, while the full list of tutorials, links to various calculator tools, and the Cambridge in Colour forums can all be easily located through the sites menu. Cambridge in Colour was founded in 2005 by Sean McHugh, a chemical engineer by training who launched the site while pursuing his PhD at the University of Cambridge.