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Photography Index


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  1. Digital Or Film? By TJ Tierney
    Having lost count of the number of people who have asked me: “have you gone digital?” I am always left wondering why it’s such a much-asked question. The camera is only a tool in which a photographer creates an image. His personal ability to create a unique image remains the same.For many forms of photography, digital has long held obvious advantages, but for landscapes the resolution necessary to make larger prints just wasn’t available. But things have changed and digital cameras are fast …


  2. Photography – Your Undiscovered Skill? By John Threlfall
    Ask yourself the question; Are you the next undiscovered photographer? Anyone can take a photograph of course, but it’s that creative spark and seeing the unseen that makes a photographer stand out and be noticed.Choose an area of photography that holds the strongest fascination to you. For me it was nature photography, but this is one of many areas including still life, portraits and wedding photography to name a few. Once you’ve chosen an area, try experimenting, taking shots on impulse…


  3. Double Exposures By Kenneth Hoffman
    Every photographer/artist develops an identifiable style or trademark. Sometimes an inadvertent slip of the hand or the special recognition of an artistic component defines the work of the artist. Among them are paintings with butterflies, slender stick figures and the blending of two or more elements in a work of art.Most photo enhancement toolboxes contain a brush called a clone or rubber-stamp tool. It makes possible the transfer of any object to another image in any degree of transpare…


  4. Digital Camera Batteries: Learn Before You Burn By W R Kirk
    Your patience and money, that is.The expected performance of digital camera batteries is often overlooked when shopping for a camera. Digital cameras are high drain devices so it's important to know how many shots a fully charged battery will deliver. Having to frequently stop and change or recharge the batteries will definitely put a damper on a photo outing.Digital Camera Battery TypesDigital cameras typically employ either a rechargeable battery pack or standard AAA's. Most newer battery pa…


  5. Creative Zen Vision 30 GB Multimedia Player Review- Personal Media Player By Brandon Baumgarten
    The exceptional Vision 30 has a 3.7" SharpPix 640x480 pixel high resolution 262,144 color screen with transflective technology that lets you see the screen, even in bright sunlight! It’s great to bring all your photos and entertainment with you every where you go. Tens of thousands of photos, up to 120 hours of videos, or 15,000 songs.It’s an MP3 player, store your whole music collection on this player. Listen to over 1000 hours of music, Zen Vision even has a FM tuner built right in, so you …


  6. Digital Photography By Roy Barker
    Most serious photographers and professionals use a Single Lens Reflex camera (SLR), the definition of an SLR camera is that the image is captured exactly as you see it in the viewfinder. However there are now two types of SLR the single lens reflex film (SLRF) and the single lens digital (SLRD). They are both single lens camera, but digital does not use film and the resulting image can be processed at home with the aid of a photographic editor such as Photoshop.The chemical component in a tra…


  7. When Disaster Strikes! Salvaging Damaged Photographs By Sally Jacobs
    QUICK RESPONSE IS KEYWhen it comes to salvaging photographs that have been damaged by water, sooner is always better. Mold and mildew will start to form on damp records within 48 hours. The best way to inhibit the growth of mold and mildew is to reduce humidity. Increase air flow with fans, open windows, use air conditioners and dehumidifiers. Moderate light exposure (such as open shades, or leaving the basement lights on) can also reduce mold and mildew.PHOTOGRAPHS AND NEGATIVESDo not attempt…


  8. Tips for Still-Life Backgrounds in the Home Studio By Eric Hartwell
    Getting the background right in the studio can be difficult. The home studio often suffers from lack of space, unsightly background clutter and poor surfaces for lighting. But you can enhance your shots by manipulating the background in the following way: 1. Place a sheet behind the subject that is the color of the background that you need. White is good as it can be lit according to your taste. But any color will do and will give a consistent appearance 2. Place the sheet on the ground and …


  9. JOBO Giga Vu Pro 60GB Personal Media Device Review By Brandon Baumgarten
    Take out your photo viewer and everybody will want to look at your photography. In fact they are so fun to use, you may not get them off of it. Get your photos out of the camera or computer and into a your multimedia player, so people want to look at them. A must for all amateur and professional digital photographers. Quickly transfer and view photos from your digital camera in crisp thumbnail galleries or fullscreen. Free up memory space, transfer and view photos from your digital camera. You…


  10. How to Use a Disposable Camera By Joe Aver
    Disposable Cameras are fairly simple to use, using the disposable camera the proper way will ensure you get a good picture.Disposable cameras are built to the "Average" Specifications for "general" photos. Indoor, Outdoor etc.The focus range for a disposable camera is 5 feet to infinity, which means anything from 5 feet to infinity will be in focus, If you are using the disposable camera indoors and are using flash you must be within 12 feet of the subject for the flash to be effective.it's as…


  11. Where's Cheap Digital Photo Printing? By Mindi Haehl
    No one wants to go broke trying to convert all of the digital photos that are stored on their computer into picture form. The price of a good digital camera is enough already for the average person and expensive prints are just not an option for the vast majority. What about simply printing all of those digital images out on the desk printer? Well if you’re trying to get quality prints and save on money, this definitely isn’t the answer. So where can cheap printing be found if making digit…


  12. The Digicams Of Generation Y: A Photo-enthusiast's Paradise! By Lopa Bhattacharya
    They are smaller, but they perform greater tricks than the colossal, tripod stand cameras of the yesteryears or the more recent film cameras with optical viewfinders. Yes, Dave Etchells, owner of the Imaging Resource website Imaging-resource.com rightly says: “Digital has reawakened photo enthusiasts' love of photography again”. ‘Digital cameras’ or ‘digicams’ as they are fondly baptized by the generation-y, have the perfect blend of technology and artistry to capture the beauty of any moment …


  13. Digital Photos: Printing on a Budget By Laurie McArthur
    We are a two printer family. Yes, we have the "good printer" and the "little printer." The "little printer" is the budget printer and the subject of this article. Anything that's not critical as regards archival permanence gets printed in the "little printer."While the good printer is for archival, arty work, we bought the "little printer" for run of the mill printing such as e-mails, small family photos, birthday cards for the grandchildren and the like.Choosing a Budget Printer The "little …


  14. Photographing Faces By Kenneth Hoffman
    Every emotion and depth of feeling can be shown on the human face. To capture that fleeting moment on film is a challenge fit for the most talented of photographers. How can the average photographer improve his chances of recording that one-in-a-lifetime image or at least improve the ratio of interesting, true life images to the unusable, ‘too-bad-she-turned-her-head snapshots?First you must prepare your camera for the task. If the social event you are to attend is indoors, an ISO set…


  15. Digital Cameras + Photo Printers = Quality Instant Photographs By W R Kirk
    In the 1950's and 1960's Polaroid's instant cameras were all the rage. You could shoot a picture and have the finished print in a minute or so. The quality wasn't that great, but hey, you had your pictures now! Today with digital cameras and high-tech photo printers, we have quality instant photos virtually indistinguishable from processed prints. And unlike the old instant cameras, you have the digital equivalent of a negative for future use.Checking photo printer reviews happily discloses th…


  16. Stepping Up to Double Lighting By Kenneth Hoffman
    For all you flash-on-the-camera photographers out there, you've come a long way but there's a higher lighting plateau of quality photography called double lighting. Are the benefits of using two lights for your social events worth all the trouble and extra cost? Sure, the flash on the camera is safe, foolproof and convenient, but if you compare the two types of lighting, the difference is striking.First, the color is more intense. The main light strikes the subject at an angle, sending the …


  17. Get The Most Out Of Your Camera (Part 1) By TJ Tierney
    Did you ever see an image where only a small part of it is sharp? Using the aperture ring correctly can maximise the artistic look of your image.Not only does it determine the depth-of-field, it also has the power to direct the human eye.The human eye is instinctively drawn towards noticeable points of an image. These are usually the sharpest and most important parts of an image. Using a wide aperture to limit the area of sharp focus can direct attention to the most important elements of your…


  18. How to Easily Select the Important Photography Category for Your Home Based Business By Roy Barker
    You may have already started to make money from your photography, but if you are still a gifted amateur, then there are effective methods you can use to kick start your chances of making a profit. At the present time there has never been more opportunities for the photographer. New technologies in the form of digital cameras are changing the face of the industry. However that has always been the case for photographers, and it is no reason to get discouraged.It has never been easier for the ama…


  19. Aged Parchment By Kenneth Hoffman
    Here’s a project with many uses. Some photos lend themselves to special treatment. A vignetted country scene, a bouquet of flowers in a vase, or a favorite photo digitally enhanced to resemble a pastel or water color when printed on old parchment presents an interesting and artistic form suitable for framing.Eight and one half by eleven paper comes in ninety weight parchment or heavy cover stock in cream or white are good subjects for the parchment treatment. Prepare a tray of strong tea a…


  20. Digital Cameras Demystified By Raelene Hall
    Demystifying Digital Camera JargonWant to buy a digital camera but confused by the sales jargon? Talk of pixels, LCDs and ELVs, digital zoom verses optical zoom driving you crazy? Then stress no more, here are all the basic terms and their meanings in simple, easily understood terms.Mega pixels:Pixels are just the tiny dots that make up a digital picture. Each mega pixel is a million pixels so the more mega pixels a camera has the more dots will make up your picture. The more mega pixels or d…


  21. Digital Photo Processing Online - How Easy Is It? By Mindi Haehl
    For Pick-up or Mail-orderAs the online digital photo revolution evolves we see changes happening so rapidly that it is hard to keep up. We now have the option of uploading our pictures to a professional photo developer who can print crystal clear digital photos. Locations are popping up everywhere that will do this photo printing and are in your area. They are sometimes difficult to find and are sometimes where you would least expect them.The days of printing from home are overWe have all been…


  22. Dealing with a Lying Monitor By Andrew Wohlberg
    Your Monitor Lies!!!!Don't be offended. It's nothing personal. Mine lies and so does everyone else's. "Fine," you may be saying, "But what the heck does this have to do with me and my digital photography?"A lot because what this means is that the image that you see on your monitor may very well not be the exact same image you see when you print it out. I'm not going to get into the technical reasons of why this happens, but will focus only on what this means for us and our efforts to get dazzl…


  23. Portrait Photography- Skiing Photos That Sell- Location, Location, Location By Brandon Baumgarten
    Every year folks from around the world head up to ski resorts for their winter vacation. Many of them will have their photos taken by the on-mountain professional photographer at the scenic overlook at the top of the mountain. The prints that they purchase will be taken home, framed and cherished as their most valuable possessions.One of the most important factors, is being in the right place at the right time. There are many variables to consider, such as deciding where to set up your photogr…


  24. Using a Tripod with Your Digital Camera By Dakota Caudilla
    The purpose of using a tripod for digital photos is to reduce the chances of blurring the pictures. Even if for most parts, the image is clear, because of the slightest camera movement, the entire picture could be ruined. That’s why you will always see a tripod or monopod in a professional photographer’s camera bag! A camera tripod is extremely useful when taking pictures in dim light. When there isn’t enough light, the shutters are slower, therefore, increasing the chances of the digital imag…


  25. The Orphan Child Called ISO By Chris Roberts
    ISO wasn't easy to change on early digital cameras.First, here's a quick definition: ISO stands for the International Standards Organization. What it really indicates is a digital sensor's sensitivity to light.A low ISO is less sensitive and a high ISO is very sensitive.Further translated: a high ISO like 3200 means that the sensor can capture a clear photo, even in low-light conditions. A low ISO like 100 requires a lot of ambient light for clear shots.So why is this setting so often ignored?…






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