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Photo Scrapbook (10/31/2007)
By Tom Hirsch -- Cleaning the camera

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 - ... 

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Getting the best exposure (10/24/2007)
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  ... 

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Winter photos, Part 2 (09/30/2007)
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 ta ... 

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Photo Scrapbook (09/12/2007)
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  ... 

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Available light photography, Part 2 (08/26/2007)
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 (08/19/2007)
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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Selecting a digital camera, Part 2 (08/08/2007)
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 (07/29/2007)
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 camera will help, b ... 

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Becoming digitally aware (07/22/2007)
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 (07/15/2007)
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  ... 

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