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Biking with a camera (12/28/2008)
By Tom Hirsch --

Biking is said to be the most efficient mode of travel. Besides that, itís fun, good exercise, inexpensive, environment-friendly, reasonably fast, but slow enough that one can observe his or her sur ... 

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Photos from a vibrating vehicl (12/14/2008)
By Tom Hirsch --

I recently had the good fortune of taking a cruise in Australia. I was able to get many excellent pictures with my digital camera, using the standard good picture-taking techniques that I advocate.  ... 

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Catch the spirit (11/09/2008)
By Tom Hirsch --

When people go to the Grand Canyon, what do they take pictures of? The big ditch, of course. One of my favorite shots taken at that location is of a scraggly pine tree along the edge of the canyon ... 

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Photo Scrapbook (10/22/2008)
By Tom Hirsch -- Doing the zoo, Part 2

Just getting a picture of an exotic animal in the zoo can be an exciting experience. But usually we can do better than that. Today, most zoos house the animals in natural-appe ... 

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Photo Scrapbook (10/15/2008)
By Tom Hirsch -- Doing the zoo, Part 1

Most of us are fascinated by animals that are normally found in parts of the world other than our own. And, fortunately, many of these animals can be discovered near our hom ... 

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Photo Scrapbook (10/05/2008)
By Tom Hirsch -- Photos at the beach, Part 2

Last time you were given some precautionary measures to follow when taking a camera to the beach. This time weíll cover a few pointers that are somewhat unique to beac ... 

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Photos at the beach, Part 1 (09/28/2008)
By Tom Hirsch --

Nothing is as enjoyable as a day at the beach, and nothing can be as devastating as having something happen to your camera while you're there. Believe me, things can happen. The possibilities i ... 

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Water photography, Part 2 (09/21/2008)
By Tom Hirsch --

When photographing a quiet lake or pond, our intent is to convey the feeling of peacefulness and tranquility - but that was covered last time. Now we want to show the dynamics of water thatís in a ... 

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Photo Scrapbook (08/27/2008)
By Tom Hirsch -- Water photography, Part 1

by Tom Hirsch

Water is the most common thing in the world, covering seventy percent of the Earthís surface. But even as prevalent as water is, we humans are fascinated  ... 

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Photo scrapbook (08/17/2008)
By Tom Hirsch -- Lightning photography, Part 2

Attempting to point a camera in the direction of lightning can be tricky because you never know where it will strike. When you see lightning in the distance, you could ... 

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