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Maria Piscopo  |  Mar 01, 2007  |  0 comments

Just as you thought everything is swinging to online promotion, a new type of printed portfolio book has finally broken through and onto the scene. The printing of an actual "coffee-table" book as a portfolio uses the latest technology as a business tool for you to market your services. Presenting prospective clients with a beautifully bound and printed book makes a...

C.A. Boylan  |  Mar 01, 2007  |  0 comments

Photography In Japan: 1853-1912; by Terry Bennett; Tuttle Publishing, 320 pages; $65; (ISBN: 0-8048-3633-7)
In 1853 Commodore Perry made it possible for the world to explore the wonders of Japan. Due to the rapid influx of outside ideas and innovations the traditional Japanese way of life experienced a sudden transformation from a feudal society to...

Philip Andrews  |  Mar 01, 2007  |  0 comments

Despite what many photographers think, there is more to Photoshop's layer technology than its ability to bring together several images. Some of the most sophisticated layer techniques are not based on composing different image parts but rather use the characteristics of the layer technology to provide nondestructive editing alternatives for many of our standard enhancement...

David B. Brooks  |  Mar 01, 2007  |  0 comments

Adobe's rationale for releasing a beta version of their next Photoshop CS3 to the public, at least those who are CS2 licensed users, is that they wanted to give support to Apple users with new Intel processor Macs. This would allow those users to have Photoshop running "native" instead of in emulation mode sooner than later. While this does lend support to...

Dick Stanley  |  Mar 01, 2007  |  0 comments

In 30 years of taking photographs I have always been more or less indifferent to the camera I use. Various instamatics have been my mainstay, and sometimes I end up using a disposable camera. I have nothing against a good camera: I own one (with only a 135mm lens), and sometimes borrow others. The indifference to the camera comes from the fact that the images that attract me are...

Shutterbug Staff  |  Mar 01, 2007  |  0 comments

Transcend
Information, Inc. has released the lightest JetFlash T2K USB 2.0 Flash Drive
with memory capacity up to 4GB. Transcend's JetFlash T2K is a tiny and slim
flash drive; it measures a mere 42.6mm x 16mm x 3.1mm and is almost weightless
(2g). The JetFlash T2K uses advanced sealing technique to assemble memory chip
and casing into a perfect whole. Its design includes a hook to use with a neck
strap for convenience and to prevent loss.

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Shutterbug Staff  |  Feb 28, 2007  |  0 comments

Following the success of its inaugural event in 2006, SILVER, the high-profile
conference and photographic competition sponsored by Ilford Photo and Calumet,
moves forward with plans for SILVER 2007.



Taking place March 30 - April 1 at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena,
CA, SILVER will bring together a wealth of talent, experience and knowledge via
an impressive line-up of speakers and forum panelists. Photographers of all levels
will benefit from lectures, workshops, one-on-one discussions, forums and opportunities
for networking with fellow enthusiasts.



There will also be informal print reviews, open portfolio critiques and a print
competition for cash prizes with the winners announced at the conclusion of the
conference.



The major featured speakers sharing their particular viewpoints on different aspects
of black-and-white photography will be John Sexton, Keith Carter, Ken Rosenthal,
Mary Virginia Swanson and Sally Gall, while British photographer and darkroom
expert Tim Rudman will be running a darkroom workshop on lith printing, toning,
etc.



Panelists answering participants' questions and concerns in forum sessions will
represent a wide panorama of black-and-white photography, from photographers,
writers, gallery owners and managers to representatives of the event's sponsors.
These include Frish Brandt of the Fraenkel Gallery, Michelle Dunn Marsh of Aperture
Magazine, Craig Krull of the Craig Krull Gallery, David Fahey of the Fahey/Klein
Gallery, professional photographers Mark Edward Harris and Jeff Dunas, Richard
Newman of Calumet Photographic, Rod Parsons and Mike Bain with Harman Technology
Ltd/Ilford Photo, and Dennis Keeley, Chair of the Photography and Imaging Department
at Art Center College of Design.



Visit www.calumetphoto.com/silver
for more information or to register, or telephone 800.CALUMET (225-8638). Details
of Ilford Photo products can be found at www.ilfordphoto.com.
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 |  Feb 27, 2007  |  1 comments

Printing Trends

by Ron Leach

Back in the "old days" of film, most photographers concentrated
on image capture, with "output" being limited to the relatively
few pros and enthusiasts with access to a darkroom. Things are a bit different
in today's digital world, with affordable inkjetprinters...

 |  Feb 27, 2007  |  0 comments

Getting Into Infrared: Another Point of View

by George Schaub

The wonderful thing about photography is that it allows for virtually every
point of view and ability to render the visual world in any fashion you desire.
It can range from "straight" reportage and documentation to the
most fancifulinterpretation...

 |  Feb 27, 2007  |  0 comments

Filters and Digital SLRs: Why Color Controls Might Make Most Filters
Obsolete

by George Schaub

I used to own a suitcase filled with filters. I had screw-on filters and compendium
types, the holders that would take slide-in filters with adapters for a variety
of lens diameters. I would use filters to enhance color,compen...

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