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Immortalize your hobby, Part 2 (06/12/2005)
By Tom Hirsch -- Last time we emphasized the importance of the background in hobby photography. This is a biggy, but there are other factors that should also be kept in mind.

When photographing hobby objects, select  ... 

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Protect your stuff (05/08/2005)
By Tom Hirsch -- When you travel any distance, whether it's across the street or around the world, protect your camera gear. Even if it's just a compact camera (the word "just" refers to quantity, not quality), you  ... 

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Selecting a compact camera, Part 1 (03/27/2005)
By Tom Hirsch -- What is the best camera buy? If there were a simple answer, it could be told in this sentence and the article would be over. The "best" camera is one that has all the features that the buyer will use ... 

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The camera’s broken, Part 1 (03/06/2005)
By Tom Hirsch -- At an event of a lifetime, you bring the viewfinder to your eye as you've done hundreds of times before, but this time nothing happens. What should you do? No, slamming the camera to the ground is not ... 

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Architecture photography, Part 2 (02/27/2005)
By Tom Hirsch -- Last time, a few hints were given on ways of photographing the exteriors of famous or intriguing buildings and monuments. Interiors pose different but no less interesting photographic challenges.

A c ... 

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Architecture photography, Part 1 (02/20/2005)
By Tom Hirsch -- For many of us, the best part of returning from a vacation is getting our pictures back from the photo dealer or putting them on the computer and looking through them several days after we've returned ... 

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Caring for your camera (02/13/2005)
By Tom Hirsch -- Have you ever taken a camera in for repair? If not, you haven't experienced the shock of a lifetime, and if you have, you have. The cost of camera repair is enough to cause many of us to abandon photo ... 

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Recording reflections, Part 1 (01/30/2005)
By Tom Hirsch -- What makes reflection so appealing? It might be that a reflection gives us a mirror image of reality; sort of a reality that is not exactly real. It is as though we are looking into another world; a w ... 

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Consider candids (01/09/2005)
By Tom Hirsch -- "Let's be candid." You know the expression. It means, let's be honest, sincere, genuine. A candid shot is the same, representing a slice of life as it really is. In successful candid photography, the ... 

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Photos on the slopes (01/01/2005)
By Tom Hirsch -- You've seen pictures of downhill skiers holding their skis and poles while standing in front of a chalet, or posed on flat ground in a crouched position, looking toward the camera. But have you seen s ... 

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