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Staff Nov 01, 2008 0 comments

Tom Vogt of Fort Dodge, Iowa, is the recipient of a Canon EOS 40D D-SLR for his winning photo in the recent Shutterbug/Canon EOS Photo Contest held online at www.shutterbug.com. The contest was open to all photographers who registered at www.shutterbug.com Galleries, where members can post images at no charge for sharing and commenting. The Canon EOS 40D combines Canon’s tremendous know-how...

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Darryl C. Nicholas Jan 01, 1999 0 comments

As you get older your memory
tends to become a bit fuzzy. I only vaguely remember some of the earlier
events and people of the past century. So, please excuse me if I leave
your favorite one out of this review.I'm...

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Shutterbug Staff Jan 01, 1999 0 comments

When we asked our readers
for their opinion on what was the most groundbreaking piece of photographic
equipment, we had no idea the responses would be so vast. Since no one
piece significantly stood out with the mostvot...

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Shutterbug Staff Jan 01, 1999 4 comments

Monte Zucker
Certainly, the basics of photography will never be replaced. Good photographic technique will never be outdated. But put that together with today's ever growing technology and a whole new world begins to open...

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Robert E. Mayer Jan 01, 1999 0 comments

If you are a typical Shutterbug reader you have a keen interest in all aspects of photography including the history of images and cameras, still and motion picture. If that's the case, then a day or two visit at this interesting location in upstate...

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Barry Tanenbaum May 01, 1999 0 comments

I liked the place, the Boathouse
Cafe in Central Park, and I wanted to do something with it," says
Ted Hardin. But he realized that one photograph couldn't capture
the Cafe's ambiance. So with anOlympu...

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Roger W. Hicks Jul 01, 2003 0 comments

Six Kinds Of Contrast

"Contrast" means a surprising number of things in photography: at least six. Made to do so many jobs, it is not surprising that confusion reigns, plenty of contrast is a Good Thing in some...

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Robert E. Mayer Mar 01, 2002 0 comments

Obtaining deep depth of field on a scenic subject is increasingly difficult. Most of the current SLR cameras that offer a zoom lens do not have a traditional depth of field scale, which could assist you in using the hyperfocal length of the lens...

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Barry Tanenbaum Feb 01, 2006 0 comments

So you wake up one morning and think, you know, what I'd really like to do is start my own photography workshop.

You or me, we hit the snooze button and see what we come up with after 10 more minutes of sleep. But not Steve Gottlieb. A commercial photographer with three books to his credit, Steve had been thinking about workshops. He had a close friend who...

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Rosalind Smith Aug 01, 2003 0 comments

Steve Gottlieb's Abandoned America

Steve Gottlieb's photographs are bits of life that have vanished from our world forever--structures emptied of any signs of human existence, fragmented testimonials of our past.

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Steve Bedell Jan 01, 1999 0 comments

There's another section in this issue of Shutterbug where many of the writers are asked to predict the future of photography. I've got to admit that I try my best but I'm not very good at it.

Take medium format. If you...

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Joe Farace Mar 01, 2001 0 comments

Nada, Nothing, Bupkis. Anything that sounds too good to be true usually isn't. But free Internet access uses an age-old formula to let web surfers gain access to the World Wide Web (WWW) at no cost. Radio. Yup, radio. After you buy the...

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Staff Feb 15, 2012 Published: Jan 01, 2012 0 comments
Tamron and Shutterbug magazine proudly announce the winners of the Tamron Nature Photography Contest.

Nature photography has long captured the hearts and minds of amateur and professional photographers dedicated to capturing images of the great outdoors. We received over 2,000 entries and selected three outstanding images.

Congratulations to all who entered and to the three winners who will each receive a Tamron lens.

Grand Prize
Donna Pagakis - San Diego, California

POETIC SYMMETRY
“As I was leaving the park, I noticed this Great White Egret, preening itself on the reflecting pond. The lighting was magical, at the time of evening, two hours before sunset. I placed my camera on the tripod and used continuous shooting mode, to capture as many frames as possible. The RAW file was processed with Bridge, Photoshop, Photomatix and Nik Software.”

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Jay Abend Feb 01, 2000 0 comments

Over the past few years, I've covered more and more digital imaging technology, as it completes its total worldwide domination of the professional photography marketplace. Like a lot of you, I still maintain a full black and white darkroom, and the...

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Mike Matzkin Jan 01, 1998 0 comments

The 6x7 negative or transparency is considered the ideal format. Bigger is better. There's less of a grain problem when you make big prints from fast film. In black and white the bigger negative also means an expanded gray scale. It's easier to...