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Posted: Oct 28, 2008 0 comments

November 2008

On the Cover
This month be sure to read our special report on memory cards and memory loss. Despite what you may think, you can recover “lost” images and we show you how, so the next time you’re in the field and this happens you won’t panic. Speaking of being in the field, we have a buyer’sguide...

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Posted: May 25, 2010 0 comments

The “Other” Magical Hour

Blue Light Moods

by Lindsay Adler

Most photographers are familiar with the “golden hour” after sunrise or before sunset when the light is rich, warm, and stunning for photographs. But many photographers don’t realize that there is another magical time—the blueho...

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Steve Anchell Posted: Jan 31, 2006 0 comments

All...

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Posted: Aug 28, 2007 0 comments

Photographer/Publisher Andrew Hudson teaches "Successful Self-Publishing"
at Sundance Photographic Workshop
November 8-12th session helps students create `coffee-table' photo
books




Sundance, Utah, July 27, 2007 -- Awarding-winning photographer and accomplished
self-publisher Andrew Hudson will share thesecre...

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Posted: Feb 24, 2009 0 comments

Industry Perspective

Positive Outlook for Digital Camera Sales

by Ron Leach

Despite the dismal world-wide economic outlook, prospects for  continued growth in the digital camera market seems remarkably strong—especially as compared to predictions for other consumer-related industries. Recent data from theCamer...

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Posted: Sep 28, 2010 0 comments

October 2010

On The Cover
Welcome to our annual imaging software update issue. We explore all the latest imaging software has to offer, from calibration to retouching to special effects. In addition, we have a Test Report special on super potent photo plug-ins. We also have reports on Sony’s NEX-3, a compact system camera, andEpson...

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George Schaub Posted: Jan 18, 2005 0 comments

There are times when you want your color to exactly match what's in the
scene, but for the most part color is a fairly subjective matter that can be
tweaked with ease in just about any image-editing program. Color has a hue--like
yellow, green or blue--as well as a vividness, which in photography is
often called its saturation. In addition, color can have a cast, which is influenced
by the prevailing lighting conditions when we make the photograph. That cast
can be influenced by the light source itself, such as photographing under direct
sun versus what we'd get when photographing under tungsten lights, and
by the position of the subject in relation to that light source, such as the
difference between photographing in the shade or open light. In addition, color
can also be influenced by the recording medium itself, be it film or digital,
and how the film is made or the digital image processor is programmed to change
the color during the recording processing.

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Shutterbug Staff Posted: Aug 29, 2006 0 comments

Travel Package to Photokina

This
is the last call on a very special travel package to Photokina 2006, which takes
place toward the end of September. We always look forward to this amazing photographic
and imaging show for both a look at the latest and coming gear and some of the
best photographic exhibitions of the year. Photokina is notjust...

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Posted: Nov 27, 2007 0 comments

Panoramics can be a fun way to depict locations. They broaden peripheral
vision while not sacrificing image information or gettingdistorti...
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Posted: Jun 30, 2009 0 comments

Get More Highlight And Shadow Detail

Using A D-SLR’s Dynamic Range Expansion Feature

by Peter K. Burian

In an ideal world, all digital photos would be technically perfect: well exposed and exhibiting detail in all areas including any bright segments, the mid-tones and in dark shadow areas. While that level ofdetail...

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Posted: Dec 28, 2010 0 comments

Industry Perspective

Helping Those With Special Needs: Rehabilitation Through Photography

by Ron Leach

We've often spoken of photography as a beacon for social change and a powerful vehicle for improving the plight of those less fortunate than ourselves. And these days there is perhaps no better example thanRehabilitation...

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Ron Leach Posted: Dec 11, 2006 0 comments

Industry Perspective

Reinventing The Lens



by Ron Leach

Innovation in the photographic industry has traditionally taken place at the
high end of the market. Manufacturers typically invest in research and development
to perfect new technologies that are unveiled in pro-oriented products before
"filterin...

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Posted: Feb 26, 2008 0 comments

Digital Black and White

By George Schaub



When digital arrived it hardly seemed a scheme that would be any good for my
black and white photography. I now see it as an essential part of the way I
work. This required some translation and transition from film and chemical photography,
but it also required aredefinitio...

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Posted: Oct 27, 2009 0 comments

Slide Shows That Shine

Digital Makes It A Whole New Ball Game

by Jon Canfield

Creating slide shows used to be a time consuming task—getting the slides in the right order, making sure nothing was backwards or upside down in the slide tray (and not dropping the tray!), and setting up the screen and projector. And,let&...

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