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Make sure your photos have a future, Part 3 (05/09/2004)
By Tom Hirsch -- All right, you know the possible dangers of improper print storage; but what about the negatives? The same conditions hold: Archival containers, fairly constant temperatures around 70 degrees, approxi ... 

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Make sure your photos have a future, Part 2 (05/02/2004)
By Tom Hirsch -- There are many reasons why we take pictures. It might be to produce a record of an event, to capture the unpredictable expression on a child's face, to record the golden anniversary of loved ones, or  ... 

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Make sure your photos have a future, Part 1 (04/25/2004)
By Tom Hirsch -- Let's say you've taken a two-week trip to Hawaii and shot five rolls of film with your 35mm or APS camera, or 300 pictures with your digital camera but only kept ninety-five of them. Anyway, you have  ... 

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Photography in museums (04/18/2004)
By Tom Hirsch -- Most of us are familiar with the museum in our home town, and we have heard of or have visited some that cover such subjects as the fine arts and natural history. But do you know about the George East ... 

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Vacation and travel photography (04/11/2004)
By Tom Hirsch -- First, a couple of definitions.

Vacation Photography: Pictures taken over a period of time longer than one hour, including preparation time.

Travel Photography: Photos taken beyond the limits of you ... 

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Depth perspective (03/28/2004)
By Tom Hirsch -- In a scenery photograph, or a picture of any subject matter on more than one plane, we are representing three-dimensional space in a two-dimensional image. In order to reproduce the feeling of depth a ... 

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Bloopers and bungled shots (03/21/2004)
By Tom Hirsch -- I like to think of myself as a pretty good photographer, but like other good photographers I could have several albums full of photographic flubs, if I had saved them. Many of our goofs are due to lac ... 

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A photo inventory (03/14/2004)
By Tom Hirsch -- We insure our lives, our cars and our homes in case of unforeseen events. When we buy insurance on these things, we must prove that we are alive, or that we own a car or a house. But when we insure ou ... 

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Window light portraits (02/29/2004)
By Tom Hirsch -- On the cold, snowy days of winter, or those hot, sticky days of summer, or anytime in between, daylight coming through a window can provide a great light source for informal portraits. Some of its adv ... 

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Informal portraits (02/22/2004)
By Tom Hirsch -- I tried to avoid using the term "portrait" here because for many of us the word conjures up the idea of a formal photograph of a person taken from the waist up by a professional photographer; but thi ... 

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