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Joe Farace Posted: Apr 01, 2005 0 comments

All Photos © 2004, Joe Farace, All Rights Reserved

"Living is having ups and downs and sharing them with friends."--Trey Parker & Matt Stone

There are lots of photo-sharing sites, even good ones, too, like Smugmug (www.smugmug.com) and Webshots (http://www.webshots.com"...

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David B. Brooks Posted: Apr 01, 2005 0 comments

Digital Help is designed to aid you in getting the most from your digital photography, printing, scanning, and image creation. Each month, David Brooks provides solutions to problems you might encounter with matters such as color calibration and management, digital printer and scanner settings, and working with digital photographic images with many different kinds of cameras and...

Roger W. Hicks Posted: Apr 01, 2005 0 comments

Photos © 2004, Roger W. Hicks, All Rights Reserved

The 90mm f/2.2 Leitz Thambar is one of those few lenses that is always prefixed "legendary." Designed primarily for portraiture, it was introduced in 1935 in Leica screw fitting, 39mmx26 tpi. It seems to have been discontinued during World War II, although there are scattered reports of...

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Maria Piscopo Posted: Apr 01, 2005 0 comments

All Photos © 2004, Marilyn Sholin, All Rights Reserved

I first met portrait photographer Marilyn Sholin when both of us were teaching classes at the Golden Gate School. Impressed by her wonderful images, we talked about business every chance we could that week. I was quite surprised to learn that Sholin was working with a rep, usually a business relationship reserved...

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Howard Millard Posted: Apr 01, 2005 0 comments

The PhotoshopWorld Dream Team Book, Volume 1, edited by Steve Weiss, 9x9", softcover, 308 pages, $29.99, New Riders/Peachpit Press, www.peachpit.com.
Once a year, Adobe Photoshop gurus and would-be gurus from around the globe gather at the PhotoshopWorld conference to trade...

Woody Walters Posted: Apr 01, 2005 1 comments

All Photos © 2004, Woody Walters, All Rights Reserved

Ansel Adams once told me that it is the background that makes or breaks the image. The background is what will tie all the key elements of a photograph together. I learned very early in my career that it's true whether you're shooting large format landscapes or even if you're shooting digital senior...

Timothy Edberg Posted: Apr 01, 2005 Published: May 01, 2005 0 comments

Photos © 2004, Timothy Edberg, All Rights Reserved

"Geez, Tim, your photo gear alone is heavier than my entire backpack!" This was a fellow backpacker I met in Glacier National Park. She was exaggerating...I hope. But it is certainly true that adding a lot of photography equipment to a loaded camping backpack adds significant weight.

So why...

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Shutterbug Staff Posted: Apr 01, 2005 0 comments

Fine art printmakers and their customers will soon have a guarantee on the longevity
of certain Epson fine art prints through Epson's new UltraGiclée(tm)
print certification program. This certification will enable printmakers to sell
their work and enable customers to buy these prints with confidence that the
prints will last.



UltraGiclée certified fine art prints, which can only be created on selected
Epson professional printers using select professional media and EPSON UltraChrome(tm)
ink, will be warranted to resist noticeable fading for 80 years from the original
date of purchase when the print is printed, framed, handled and displayed according
to warranty conditions. If a warranted print fades, Epson will provide the ink
and paper needed to make a replacement print. Current certified printers include
the EPSON Stylus Pro 4000, 7600 and 9600 printers, and certified media include
UltraSmooth(tm) Fine Art Paper, Textured Fine Art Paper and PremierArt(tm) Water
Resistant Canvas for Epson.



Wilhelm Imaging Research (www.wilhelm-research.com)
has independently tested the printers, inks and papers used in Epson's UltraGiclée
certification program for the fine art, fine art reproduction and fine art photography
industries. Final prints made according to the program's specifications will
be registered and accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.


In order to earn UltraGiclée certification, printmakers will attend a
training class on proper printing and finishing techniques. Classes will be
offered starting in late spring in various cities across the country. Details
will be available at www.epson.com/ultragiclee
beginning March 14.

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Shutterbug Staff Posted: Mar 31, 2005 0 comments

As one professional high-tech manufacturer specialized in battery industry,
Number king Tech Co., ltd engaged in research, development, producing and marketing
of battery packs. Our main products include battery packs for digital cameras,camcorders,
PDA, laptops, mobile phones,etc . Due to the high quality, reasonable prices,
prompt delivery, excellent aftersales service, our products are popular in the
international market. Now our battery packs have sold to USA, European countries,
Southeast Asia, Middle east countries and enjoy a good reputation.



----Shenzhen Number King Tech Co., Ltd has been carrying through ISO9001: 2000
Quality Control system since the establishment, and most of our products have
already got CE certificate which can favor our company International Credibility
as a leader in the field of battery technology . Owing to the abundant funds,
advanced equipments, experienced researcher, professional talents in batteries,
Number King can develop and produce the special products according to the different
requirements of the customers in order to meet the different demands of the
market. We can provide you with both ODM and OEM service.



----Holding the enterprise's tenet "Specializing in the development of
battery packs, Creating the national Brand, to be the leader of the industry.
"Number King is eager to be your loyal cooperator and sincere partner for
long term business relationship. Number King would like to lead you to the wonderful
battery world and work with you together to embrace the prosperous future

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Shutterbug Staff Posted: Mar 30, 2005 0 comments

Konica Minolta Photo Imaging U.S.A., Inc., announces the development of three
new "DT" lenses - interchangeable Digital technology (DT) lenses designed
for the Maxxum Series digital SLR cameras, including the Maxxum 7D. These new
zoom lenses will expand the lineup of Konica Minolta interchangeable lenses
for Maxxum Series cameras. The DT Lenses employ a new optical system that is
specifically designed for digital SLR cameras, including the Maxxum 7D, which
incorporate an APS-C size CCD image sensor. Plans are to launch these Digital
Technology (DT) Lenses worldwide in the fall of 2005.



Developing interchangeable lenses for digital SLR cameras with an optical system
optimized for the popular Maxxum 7D meets the needs of users who would prefer
to take ultra-wide- angle pictures, users who would like to take pictures with
a compact standard zoom, and users who would like to easily take telephoto shots
without changing the lens.

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