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Ron Leach Posted: Mar 27, 2007 0 comments

Innovative Digital Products

by Ron Leach

We just returned from Las Vegas after attending this year's PMA International
Convention and Tradeshow, and one of the highlights of the event for those of
us in the media is the "Sneak Peak" that takes place on the afternoon
before the convention opens. Thisinf...

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Posted: Sep 26, 2007 0 comments











"Explore Aperture at an Apple Specialist"

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Posted: Jun 01, 2009 0 comments

June 2009

On The Cover
When Chris Alvanas first started taking HDR photographs he was drawn to subjects he could portray with an edgy, even eerie feeling, like this fishing boat at a Newport, Rhode Island, pier. A distinct preference to turn HDR toward the dark side still plays into Alvanas’s plans and digital darkroom work.Explor...

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Posted: Mar 29, 2011 0 comments

Digital Print Display

Best Practices For Mounting, Matting & Framing

by Jon Canfield

After all the effort you’ve made to take a great photo and make a beautiful print, you want it to have immediate impact on the viewer. Whether it will hang in your home or if you’re planning to enter it into a competitiono...

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Ron Leach Posted: Jun 27, 2006 0 comments

Shutterbug Unveils Gold Member Program



By Ron Leach, Publisher

Those of you who are regular readers of Shutterbug and visitors to shutterbug.com
know that our magazine and website offer more than comprehensive product reviews
and in-depth instructional tutorials for advanced amateur and professional photographers.
While our primary...

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George Schaub Posted: Jun 26, 2007 0 comments

The III also sports a new Raw option, dubbed sRAW, which is 2.5 megapixels
in size and half the file size of "regular" Raw images. The advantage,
claims Canon, is that sRAW images can be processed just like any Raw image but
stored in at a smaller size. This is perfect, they say, for wedding candid photographers
who want Raw post-exposurepr...

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Posted: Jan 29, 2008 0 comments
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Photos © 2007, George Schaub, All Rights Reserved

While a braveeffo...

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Posted: Aug 12, 2009 0 comments

Exposure Tips

Sunsets And Sky

by George Schaub

There’s something magical happening in the sky all the time—if we only bother to look. Whether it’s sunrise, sunset, or a front passing through, the sky offers an amazing diversity of light, color, and subject matter. However, photographs of the skysometimes...

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Grace Schaub Posted: May 30, 2006 1 comments

Apple Aperture How To

by George Schaub

Apple's Aperture offers an all-in-one digital photography program that
can be used to download, view, edit, organize and output images. I've
been working with Aperture for a few months now and thought I'd share
some of the interesting features it offers. One is the...

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Posted: Aug 28, 2007 4 comments

Online Photo Printing Services are Booming

By Ron Leach

A new report from InfoTrends indicates an increased growth in the use of online
photo printing services, resulting in surging revenues for web-based print providers.
According to the Weymouth, MA-based market research and consulting firm, online
photo serviceprovider...

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Posted: Apr 29, 2008 0 comments

It's (Way Past) Time for Some Standards

by George Schaub

One of the pleasures of this job is getting to work with a wide variety of
cameras, printers and software. While the pace of change can be dizzying, and
complicated, there's no lack of new materials and discoveries to be made.
Unfortunately, the pitfallo...

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Posted: Nov 24, 2009 0 comments

Metering Systems

Exposure Patterns

by George Schaub

The metering system in your camera is a highly sophisticated microprocessor that is constantly fed information from the light entering the lens, the lens itself (its aperture setting and even focal length) other settings you have made on the camera (such as yourfocusing...

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Peter K. Burian Posted: Jun 07, 2005 0 comments

Until recently, few digital camera owners were able to make true wide angle
images because a 38mm focal length was the shortest available in built-in zooms.
(All focal lengths are discussed in 35mm format equivalent.) Today, an increasing
number of digicams include zooms that start at 28mm or even 24mm. Many of the
high-end cameras also accept 0.7x adapters, ideal for ultra wide angle photography.
And SLR system lens manufacturers have also started making incredibly short
zooms, such as 12-24mm, for a very wide angle of view. All of this is great
news for creative shooters who want to expand their visual horizons.


Most camera owners think of a wide angle lens as something that's
useful for including an entire landscape vista, street scene,
or a large group of people, in a single image. While that is one
valid reason for owning a wide angle lens, or a wide angle adapter
accessory, there are many others as discussed in the text. (28mm
equivalent.) Photo © 2005 Peter K. Burian.

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Posted: Aug 29, 2006 0 comments

World-Renowned Photographer Kevin Ames Set to Teach Nationwide Pro
Digital Workflow Seminar Series Presented by Blue Pixel

Attendees Will Benefit Greatly from Hearing Valuable Secrets of Professional
Digital Imaging Workflow First-Hand

Still trying to strike the balance of efficient digital photography workflow
and ending up withhigh-qu...

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Posted: Aug 26, 2008 0 comments
Sigma
150-500mm lens

The Sigma APO 150-50mm lens is amo...

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