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Advantages of digital over film photography (07/08/2007)
By Tom Hirsch -- by Tom Hirsch

The advantages of digital in a moment, but first a little review. Last time we compared the various degrees of compression in JPEG files. It was noted that JPEG compresses pictures so ... 

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Differences between digital and film photography (07/04/2007)
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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Basics of digital photography (06/24/2007)
By Tom Hirsch --

Okay, let's get serious about digital photography. This is a relatively new phenomenon, and improvements are continually being made in the digital field, including improved cameras, image sensing de ... 

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Sunrises and sunsets, Part II (06/20/2007)
By Tom Hirsch -- Capturing a sunrise or sunset in a photograph is a rewarding experience. Getting photos that are properly exposed, sharp, and well composed can be a rewarding challenge.

Exposure is the first challen ... 

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Sunrises and sunsets, Part 1 (05/30/2007)
By Tom Hirsch -- by Tom Hirsch

A colorful sunrise or sunset renews our appreciation of the beauty of nature. A sunrise also signifies a beginning. It's the bridge between the darkness of night and the brightness of ... 

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Photographs and snapshots (05/20/2007)
By Tom Hirsch -- Okay, so what's the difference between a photograph and a snapshot? Good question. The difference lies in the way the entire image frame is utilized. A snapshot is the effect of concentrating on the s ... 

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The trusty tripod, Part 2 (05/13/2007)
By Tom Hirsch -- A tripod is a wonderful piece of equipment for assuring camera steadiness, but only if it's used properly. There are still ways of getting camera movement, even with the most substantial tripod.

With ... 

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The trusty tripod, Part 1 (05/06/2007)
By Tom Hirsch --

Tripods are the backbone of photography. A tripod will provide for maximum camera stability, and make it easier to get greater precision in composition. Every advanced photographer has a tripod as s ... 

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Framing the image (04/18/2007)
By Tom Hirsch --

A photograph is a snippet of reality, a small representation of the world. The borders of a picture delineate that portion of reality that we wish to emphasize. But we also want to give a feeling of ... 

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Get in on the action, Part 2 (03/21/2007)
By Tom Hirsch -- Using a fast shutter speed or high ISO setting to stop action or taking advantage of the peak point of an event to imply motion are two very good techniques, but what if you're photographing a skatebo ... 

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