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 |  Feb 24, 2009  |  0 comments

March 2009

On The Cover
This month our focus is on the creative aspects of image processing. With that in mind, we’ve tested a range of software and plug-ins, so you’ll be equipped for whatever your imagination has in store. We also have an insider’s report oni...

 |  Sep 28, 2010  |  0 comments

Telling A Story With Your Pictures

Taking Your Audience Along

by Jim Zuckerman

There are many reasons why people travel. Some like the spirit of adventure and discovery, and others enjoy intermingling with people from other cultures and seeing the world from a different point of view. There are people who travel to sellt...

George Schaub  |  Aug 29, 2006  |  0 comments

Black and White Imaging: Ilford's Perspective

by George Schaub

Given that we all have seen a shrinking in silver-based materials in general
in the last year, and in light of Kodak exiting the black and white paper business,
and Agfa leaving the black and white (and all photo) business altogether, we
were all leftwo...

 |  Oct 30, 2007  |  0 comments

November
2007

On
the Cover


This month take your images to the next level with a multitude of hot pro tips
and new pro gear reviews. Our special report on the pros and cons of pixel packing
answerswhet...

 |  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...

 |  Jul 01, 2009  |  0 comments

July 2009

On The Cover
Welcome to our mid-year photo gear roundup, featuring the newest products from the top US photo trade show, PMA (Photo Marketing Association). We assembled a team of reporters to cover the show to bring you the latest and greatest gear coming your way in 2009. You’ll notice the theme of our coverage isaccessor...

George Schaub  |  Jul 26, 2005  |  0 comments

If you have Photoshop Elements or the full version of Photoshop
you can also use a tool called "Save for Web" to resize your images.
(Note that other programs might also have this feature under a different name.)
This is an automated way to get your images the right size for sharing. To get
to this toolbox just go to File>Save for Web, with the image already open
on your desktop.

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 |  Nov 28, 2006  |  0 comments

Camera and Printing Trends


By Ron Leach, Publisher

When industry mavens put on their thinking caps in an attempt to gauge the
future direction of the photographic industry, they typically start by analyzing
trends in camera sales. Then they quantify the resulting data into various demographic
segments and product categories. In that regard,t...

 |  Jan 29, 2008  |  0 comments

Fujifilm Sponsors Rainforest Alliance Photo Contest



Fujifilm announced its sponsorship of the Rainforest Alliance's first
annual `Picture Sustainability Photo Contest' to raise awareness
around issues of sustainability and conservation. US residents are invited to
submit photos illustrating sustainable agriculture,forest...

 |  Dec 28, 2010  |  0 comments

The Mysteries Of Long Exposure

Expand Your Image Imagination

by Art Rosch

The human eye sees light in the moment. Film or sensors accumulate light through an entire exposure, as if it were a memory. Photons continue making impressions wherever they land on the sensor or film. Moving objects leave a distended,
time-lapse...

 |  Sep 29, 2009  |  0 comments

Self-Publish Your Photo Book

A Great Way To Show And Share Your Images

by Joe Farace

Most photographers dream of accomplishing two things in the publishing world: The first is having their work featured in a national publication such as Shutterbug, National Geographic, or maybe Playboy and the second is showcasing theirph...

Jack Warren  |  Mar 29, 2005  |  0 comments

Kay Levie has loved photography since she was old enough to hold a camera.
She says that was a long time ago. Her first camera was a Kodak Brownie Box
Camera. She stated it was very limiting to use and challenging to capture images
it wasn't made to capture - like cats jumping in the air or horses running.
It taught her a lot about timing, which is what sports photography is all about.

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 |  Feb 27, 2007  |  0 comments

FACES OF SUNSET BOULEVARD

A Portrait of Los Angeles

Patrick Ecclesine

www.facesofsunset.com



April 12 -- May 4, 2007

L.A. City Hall Bridge Gallery

Monday through Friday 8am-5pm.

Enter City Hall East at 200 N. Main Street

Los Angeles, California 90012

** Freet...

 |  May 29, 2008  |  0 comments

Where Do D-SLRs Go From Here?

by George Schaub

Having edited articles about or done tests myself on the latest round of digital
single-lens reflex cameras I continue to be impressed with the strides made
in technology, image quality and innovation these camera represent. They offer
two modes of operation--an almost...

 |  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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