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Photo Scrapbook (02/10/2008)
By Tom Hirsch -- Vacation and travel photography

First, a couple of definitions.

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

Travel Photography: Ph ... 

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Depth perspective (01/23/2008)
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 ... 

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Bloopers and bungled shots (01/16/2008)
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 l ... 

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Photo Scrapbook (01/06/2008)
By Tom Hirsch -- A photo inventory

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. ... 

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Window light portraits (12/30/2007)
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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Photo Scrapbook (12/26/2007)
By Tom Hirsch -- Informal portraits

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  ... 

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When children become kids (12/16/2007)
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, ... 

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Child photography (12/09/2007)
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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Photo Scrapbook (12/05/2007)
By Tom Hirsch -- Baby pictures

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 ... 

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Taking the group shot (11/28/2007)
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 t ... 

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