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Touring by bus, Part 2 (09/28/2005)
By Tom Hirsch -- by Tom Hirsch

The fundamental law of bus travel is OBEY TIME SCHEDULES. At each stop, you'll either be given the exact time that the bus will leave, or the amount of time you'll have for sightseein ... 

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Festival photography (09/18/2005)
By Tom Hirsch -- A festival is a place where people go to have fun and be entertained. Beyond that, it's difficult to describe just what a festival is because they come in such a wide variety of types and sizes. Festi ... 

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Touring by bus, Part 2 (09/11/2005)
By Tom Hirsch -- The fundamental law of bus travel is OBEY TIME SCHEDULES. At each stop, you'll either be given the exact time that the bus will leave, or the amount of time you'll have for sightseeing. Make a note of ... 

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What to do when you get there (08/28/2005)
By Tom Hirsch -- Most of us travel for the pleasure and wonderment of seeing new places. A sense of discovery takes place within us when we experience the terrain and climate of another part of our country or the worl ... 

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Planning a trip, Part 2 (08/21/2005)
By Tom Hirsch -- Tip Number 1: As you pack your luggage for a trip, photograph the contents of each suitcase and leave the roll of film or small-capacity digital memory card at home. If your bags become lost or stolen ... 

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Planning a trip, Part 1 (08/14/2005)
By Tom Hirsch -- A journey begins with the first step. That's fine if the first step is to get pencil and paper. Whether you're traveling across the street or halfway around the world, you should begin a trip with som ... 

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A self-timer primer (08/10/2005)
By Tom Hirsch -- by Tom Hirsch

For most of us, the self-timer is one of the least used gadgets on our camera; but it can be the one that is the most practical, allows for the most creativity, and is the most fun to ... 

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Secrets of good photography (07/24/2005)
By Tom Hirsch -- Don't blame the camera. If it has a lens and a viewfinder, whether it's a 35mm, an Advanced Photo System (APS) or a digital camera, you can take good pictures with it. You just have to know the secret ... 

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Buying a used camera (06/26/2005)
By Tom Hirsch -- Why would you want to buy a used camera? Well, there are several reasons. For one thing, you might be going on a trip and would like your spouse or the kids to have a camera. Maybe you would want a 35 ... 

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Small-print display (06/19/2005)
By Tom Hirsch -- If you're like me, when you go on vacation or attend a family affair, a sporting event or any activity calling for picture-taking, you take lots of shots. I used to waste a bunch of expensive film at  ... 

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