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COLUMNS : PHOTO SCRAPBOOK  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
When children become kids (02/15/2004)
By Tom Hirsch -- When children reach the age of three or four, they are very much aware of the picture-taking process, and from then on they have the ability to control the results. Now they are kids.

At any age, you ... 

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Child photography (02/08/2004)
By Tom Hirsch -- When does a baby become a child? This depends, but usually it's around five to seven months when he or she begins getting around pretty well on hands and knees, and starts developing a degree of curio ... 

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Baby pictures (02/01/2004)
By Tom Hirsch -- Unless you're an obstetrician with ultrasound equipment, the first baby pictures you will probably take will be in the hospital nursery. To get the best shots, hold the camera up to the nursery window ... 

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Taking the group shot (01/25/2004)
By Tom Hirsch -- Have you ever heard this statement? "Okay, everybody. When I count to three, look at the camera and give me an expression like this is the last thing you want to be doing." Probably not, but when tak ... 

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Discipline (01/21/2004)
By Al Thomas -- by Al Thomas

One of the great "secrets" of successful people is discipline and it doesn't make any difference whether it is manufacturing, processing, servicing or investing in the stock market.

B ... 

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Cleaning the camera (01/18/2004)
By Tom Hirsch -- If you're an active photographer, at one time or another, dirt or dust will get on or into your camera. This can happen on a camping trip, at a sports event, at family affairs - almost any outdoor and ... 

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Getting the best exposure (01/11/2004)
By Tom Hirsch -- We can usually rely on our camera's meter to give us the best exposure, but there are some situations in which the meter reading is not accurate, needs some adjustment, or is of no use at all.

One of ... 

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Night photography (01/04/2004)
By Tom Hirsch -- Night photography could be called Available Light Photography Outdoors After the Sun Goes Down, because that's what it is; but this gets pretty wordy, and we like to keep things as concise as possible ... 

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Available light photography, Part 2 (12/28/2003)
By Tom Hirsch -- Available light photography is much more interesting, fun, and challenging than using flash in dim light situations. Speaking of challenges, the following paragraphs will cover a few that you should k ... 

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Available light photography, Part 1 (12/21/2003)
By Tom Hirsch -- While attending an indoor event such as a basketball game, a graduation ceremony or a circus, have you noticed the unmistakable flash from cameras in the bleachers? When these photographers get the re ... 

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