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Lightning photography, Part 2 (08/08/2004)
By Tom Hirsch -- 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 aim the camera in that direction ... 

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Lightning photography, Part 1 (08/01/2004)
By Tom Hirsch -- Some of the most fascinating photographs are those made under adverse weather conditions. You've seen the pictures; they are phenomenal shots, ones that you're sure you could take under the same circu ... 

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Rainy day photos, Part 2 (07/25/2004)
By Tom Hirsch -- Whether it's a gentle drizzle or a devastating deluge, rain has a fascination for all of us. We might pass a location several times a day, but when it's drenched in rain, it takes on a whole new atmos ... 

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Rainy day photos, Part 1 (07/11/2004)
By Tom Hirsch -- One of my favorite pictures was taken on a very rainy day. I took it through the front windshield of a car in which I was a passenger. The shot shows the wipers going full speed, the hood of the car i ... 

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Pictures on display, Part 3 (07/04/2004)
By Tom Hirsch -- Who says photographic displays have to be dull, commonplace, monotonous or hackneyed? Probably nobody, but that doesn't mean you can't make them more interesting. Following are a few ideas for creatin ... 

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Pictures on display, Part 2 (06/27/2004)
By Tom Hirsch -- Okay, you've selected the pictures that you'd like to have enlarged, have located their negatives or digital storage medium, and have decided on what size prints you want. The next decision is where t ... 

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Pictures on display, Part 1 (06/06/2004)
By Tom Hirsch -- You've come home from vacation, turned in the umpteen rolls of film for processing, identified each print with its roll and frame number, culled out the bad pictures, and prepared the negatives and pr ... 

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Using the ISO (05/30/2004)
By Tom Hirsch -- The ISO rating in film or digital imagery is the relative sensitivity to light of the image-sensing medium. The higher the ISO number, the greater its sensitivity to light. In 35mm photography, the ph ... 

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A refresher course, Part 2 (05/23/2004)
By Tom Hirsch -- Last time we reviewed a few rules and generalizations of good photography. The following is another set of reminders. We'll cover ways of utilizing factors present in a scene. These are things you can ... 

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A refresher course, Part 1 (05/16/2004)
By Tom Hirsch -- A lot of information has been covered in the previous articles. This seems like a good time to review a few basics of photography.

For good camera steadiness:

1. Keep your elbows comfortably at your ... 

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