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Flash photography (12/14/2003)
By Tom Hirsch -- This information is useful for 35mm, APS and digital camera users.

One of the most convenient devices on a compact camera and some SLRs is the built-in flash. With it, we can easily shoot indoors or  ... 

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Winter photos, Part 2 (12/07/2003)
By Tom Hirsch -- As we pointed out last time, there are a few precautions to take when you venture into the world of winter photography. But once you enter that world, you will probably be hooked.

If you were to take ... 

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Winter photos, Part 1 (11/30/2003)
By Tom Hirsch -- Believe it or not, there is no such thing as bad weather. There is inappropriate clothing and poor preparation; but, photographically at least, no bad weather. Each season and every type of weather co ... 

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Selecting a digital camera, Part 2 (11/23/2003)
By Tom Hirsch -- We've covered resolution in terms of the number of megapixels a digital camera can provide. Resolution is the primary factor on which all digital cameras are compared. The reason is that resolution de ... 

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Selecting a digital camera, Part 1 (11/16/2003)
By Tom Hirsch -- by Tom Hirsch

Deciding on which digital camera to buy (or whether to buy one at all) can be a daunting decision, even for an experienced photographer. Knowing your needs and wants in a digital came ... 

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Becoming digitally aware (11/09/2003)
By Tom Hirsch -- A major difference between film and digital photography is the monitor on the back of a digital camera that provides immediate feedback to the photographer. The LCD display can be used either as a pre ... 

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Disadvantages of digital (11/02/2003)
By Tom Hirsch -- Almost all modern cameras rely on batteries as their source of power - this is just a fact of photo life. Film cameras are relatively easy on batteries, allowing you to go from one to five years on a  ... 

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Advantages of digital over film photography (10/26/2003)
By Tom Hirsch -- The advantages of digital in a moment, but first a little review. Last time we pointed out the relative merits of JPEG and TIFF or RAW file formats. It was noted that JPEG compresses pictures so that  ... 

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Differences between digital and film photography (10/12/2003)
By Tom Hirsch -- Probably (no, definitely) the greatest difference between film and digital photography is the image-storing sensors. In film photography, photos are recorded on tiny particles of grain imbedded in the ... 

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Sunrises and sunsets, Part II (09/21/2003)
By Tom Hirsch -- Capturing a sunrise or sunset on film is a rewarding experience. Getting photos that are properly exposed, sharp and well composed can be a rewarding challenge.

Exposure is the first challenge. This  ... 

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