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Lightning photography, Part 1 (08/13/2008)
By Tom Hirsch --

Some of the most fascinating photographs are those made under adverse weather conditions. Youíve seen the pictures. They are phenomenal shots, ones that youíre sure you could take under the same cir ... 

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Photo scrapbook (08/03/2008)
By Tom Hirsch --

Rainy day photos, Part 2

Whether itís 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 itís drenched in rain, ... 

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Photo Scrapbook (07/13/2008)
By Tom Hirsch -- Pictures on display, Part 3

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. Follow ... 

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Photo Scrapbook (07/06/2008)
By Tom Hirsch --

Pictures on display, Part 2

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 w ... 

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Pictures on display, Part 1 (06/29/2008)
By Tom Hirsch -- by Tom Hirsch

You've come home from vacation, turned in the rolls of film or disks for processing, identified and marked each print for identification, culled out the bad pictures and, if necessary ... 

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Photo Scrapbook (06/15/2008)
By Tom Hirsch -- Using the ISO

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 ph ... 

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Photo Scrapbook (05/28/2008)
By Tom Hirsch -- A refresher course, Part 2

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 s ... 

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Make sure your photos have a future, Part 3 (04/30/2008)
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 consistent temperatures around 70 degrees, app ... 

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Make sure your photos have a future, Part 11 (03/26/2008)
By Tom Hirsch -- The following two articles are for anyone who has ever taken pictures with a film camera. That includes most of us, including those of us that have switched to digital picture taking. Now, admit it, t ... 

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Make sure your photos have a future, Part 1 (03/02/2008)
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 95 of them. Anyway, you have lots of ... 

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