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George Schaub Posted: May 10, 2005 0 comments

Backlight has been bedeviling photographers for years, particularly in landscape
pictures and those where you want to take a shot but simply showed up at your
location at the wrong time of day. Backlight in and of itself is not the problem;
it's how your meter behaves and how you make the reading that creates
it. Simply put, when the subject falls within its own shadow because the brightest
illumination is behind it the meter can be overwhelmed by the illumination and
"fooled" into thinking it has more light for the exposure than the
main subject dictates.

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Posted: Oct 26, 2010 0 comments

Industry Perspective

The View From Germany

by Ron Leach

If the recently concluded Photokina is any indication, the photographic industry is alive
and well—with booming attendance on the part of exhibitors and visitors and an
impressive array of new product introductions. The 31st World ofImag...

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Posted: Feb 27, 2007 0 comments



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Adorama Launches Photography Workshop Series

Aimed at professionals, enthusiasts, and amateur photographers throughout the
New York tri-state area, Adorama Camera, Inc. has announced the launch of an
affordabl...

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Posted: Nov 25, 2008 0 comments

 Create Your Own Shutterbug Cover

by Ron Leach

Have your ever pictured one of your favorite photographs  on the cover of Shutterbug Magazine? Our new MyOwnCover program is an opportunity for our readers to do just that! You simply upload one of your images into our special template template, select some textto...

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Posted: Jun 29, 2010 1 comments

Super Wides

Exaggerated Points Of View

by Jim Zuckerman

If you like straight, unaltered images and you diligently try to capture what you see with your eyes, super wide angle lenses are not for you. At the very least the images will give you a headache. However, if you like thinking outside the box (and sometimes outside...

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Posted: Jul 01, 2006 0 comments

July
2006

On the
Cover


This month's issue is packed full of pro "desktop darkroom"
tips and gear to help you make the most of your digital darkroom. Be sure to
read our in-depth Test...

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Posted: Feb 22, 2011 0 comments

March 2011

On The Cover
Welcome to our wedding and portrait photography special, which features a host of articles on pro lighting, posing, marketing, and more. We also have expert tips on using flash in your photography, as we cover working with fill, off-camera, and strobe. Additionally, we have in-depth reports on three new softwareprograms...

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Posted: Jun 01, 2007 1 comments

June 2007

On
the Cover


Welcome to our special digital darkroom report, designed to help you get the
most out of your digital imaging experience. One key aspect of that experience
is the type of softwareyo...

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Posted: Mar 31, 2009 0 comments

Exposure Tips

Outdoor Fill Flash/Exposure Compensation Combo

by George Schaub

When working outdoors think of your built-in flash or auxiliary speedlight as a secondary light source that can be used to supplement, but not overpower the essential light source, the sun. Use that secondary source as a way to highlightcertain...

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Jack Neubart Posted: May 22, 2006 0 comments

On the road, it's not always about transferring picture files to a portable
device. Many of us take our laptop computers with us, transferring pictures
directly to the computer, often for immediate previews while shooting on assignment.
And what folly that is without some means of backing up those pictures from...

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Posted: Dec 25, 2007 0 comments

The work space consists of two main windows, with variations on each available.
The main work space (goldenhour) gives you a configurable split screen that
quickly shows the before and after of each filter chosen. You can choose from
color or black and white filman...

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Chuck Gloman Posted: May 31, 2011 0 comments

Backlight is light that comes from behind the subject, whether it’s an artificial source or the sun. In the following examples, I decided to use the sun as my only light source, placed behind the subjects and guided by reflectors both natural and man-made.

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Posted: Aug 07, 2007 0 comments

September
2007

On
the Cover


This month we reveal the real lowdown on inkjet paper--what you need to
know as a printmaker, but probably never asked. We also have a range of Test
Reports to meetyou...

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Posted: Jul 28, 2009 0 comments

Seeing Pictures: Negative Space

What’s Not There

by Jim Zuckerman

The concept of negative space has to do with compositional balance. Negative space simply means an area of an image that is largely devoid of subject matter. In other words, it’s a blank area like the sky, an expanse of plaster, the surface of a...

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Posted: Jul 25, 2006 0 comments

Digital SLR Sales are Booming



By Ron Leach, Publisher

Like most industries that thrive on innovation, the business of photography
tends to be cyclical as new technologies are unveiled, refined, introduced at
the high end of the market, and eventually made available to the mass consumer.
And right now the photo industry is on anup...

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