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The Editors Posted: Sep 01, 2004 1 comments

Electronic flash is a versatile photographic tool. From tiny units built into cameras to multi-head studio flash systems with separate power supplies, electronic flash is popular with photographers from snapshooter through pro.

Here are a few handy tips to help you get better photos with flash.

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The Editors Posted: Dec 01, 2005 0 comments

As is our wont, in this issue we asked our contributors to give us their thoughts on what the future holds, be it gear, technology, or trends in photography. We received a wide range of opinions, from those proclaiming that film is finally dead to those who see diversity in image making as important. There's no doubt that many people still use and enjoy working with film.

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The Editors Posted: Jan 01, 2005 0 comments

Each year at this time we ask our contributors to give us their forecast for the coming year in photography. While some of their predictions are, well, predictable, a few surprised me with their call for a return to film. This is not mere Luddite doggerel. Clearly digital has changed the way we all operate these days, but there are some lingering doubts about how viable the medium...

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The Editors Posted: Dec 01, 2006 1 comments

In this issue we asked our contributors to give us their thoughts on what the future holds, be it gear, technology, or trends in photography. We received a wide range of opinions, from those proclaiming that film is finally dead to those who see diversity in image making as important. There's no doubt that many people still use and enjoy working with film. But there's...

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The Editors Posted: Dec 01, 2007 0 comments

If you camp by the riverbed during a monsoon you'll soon have a wet bedroll. Moving to higher ground helps, but sometimes you have to get atop the valley wall to keep dry. That's pretty much what's happened in the last year to those making bets on where digital photography might settle. Just as we think we've reached the high watermark another drenching...

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The Editors Posted: Dec 01, 2008 0 comments

Each year we ask our contributors to pitch in on their take on what’s in store for photographers and photography in the year and years ahead. Most base their assumptions on bits and pieces of news and technological advancements that happen to rise above the din and onrush of digital developments. Some just stick their necks out and make bold predictions that, from reading past installments...

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The Editors Posted: Apr 01, 2003 1 comments

The first major exhibition devoted to the critical early years in the life and work of photographer Margaret Bourke-White is on view at The Phillips Collection in Washington, DC, through May 11. "Margaret Bourke-White: The Photography of Design, 1927--1936," comprising approximately 140 photographs, will be the first exhibition to explore fully her important early...

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The Editors Posted: Sep 01, 2003 3 comments

Some ways to help offset the cost of your favorite pastime

There are lots of way to make money in photography, including selling and trading photo gear, processing film and making prints for other photographers, scanning images (slides, negatives and prints) and putting them on CDs for others, retouching photos, copying and restoring old photos, collecting collectible photographs...

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The Editors Posted: Jun 01, 2002 0 comments

It seems that every time the
photographic industry gathers these days that there are proposals for
radical changes in how we take and make our images. This year's PMA, held
near world headquarters in Orlando, Florida, once again provedthat...

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The Editors Posted: Feb 01, 2002 1 comments

Magic disks for the photographer

Photo filters can improve your photos, whether you shoot them with a pro camera or a point-and-shoot model, on film or digitally, still or camcorder. That's why filters exist. They're not essentials, but lots of serious photographers use them. Read on...

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