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Buying a new camera (03/07/2007)
By Tom Hirsch -- Maybe you're in the market for your first camera, or perhaps you've had your 35mm Gismomatic Deluxe XL 5000 for a while and you think it's time to buy a more versatile camera. Possibly you'd like your ... 

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Wedding photography from start to finish, Part 3 (02/28/2007)
By Tom Hirsch -- If the wedding includes throwing rice, or an appropriate substitute, this is not the time to use flash. If flash is used, you will just get a bunch of white specks in the picture. You'll get a much mo ... 

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Wedding photography from start to finish, Part 2 (01/27/2007)
by Tom Hirsch

Nowadays it seems that more and more couples are having the individual and group wedding pictures taken before the ceremony. Taking the pictures beforehand saves a lot of time in tryi ... 

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Wedding photography from start to finish, Part 1 (01/07/2007)
By Tom Hirsch -- If you have a relative or friend who's planning on getting married and they know that you own a camera, you might be asked to take some candid shots to supplement the pictures taken by the professiona ... 

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Spectacular scenery shots, Part 2 (12/31/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- There are no absolutes in photography; there are only generalizations that can be used as guides to making better pictures. The Rule of Thirds, for example, is a generalization designed to get the cen ... 

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Direction of light (12/20/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- In photography, the direction of light falling on a subject or scene can create a mood, control depth perspective, and enhance or diminish subject detail. Knowing this, we can often improve our pictur ... 

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Lighting effects (11/26/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- The word "photography" literally means "writing with light." Light is not just used for illuminating a scene or subject. It also gives it form and shape, depth perspective, and it can create mood. L ... 

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Airport anxiety, real and imagined (11/19/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- If you'll be traveling by air, have your camera ready at the airport because there are many wonderful pictures to be taken while you're waiting to board your plane. You can get some shots of planes ta ... 

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Preparing for a trip, Part 2 (11/08/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- For film camera users, how much film should you take on a trip? A good generalization is two 36 exposure rolls (three 24 exposure rolls) for each day of the trip. This might sound like a lot, but it w ... 

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The gadget bag (10/15/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- What kind of gadget bag do you need? Hard case, soft bag, shoulder bag, camera holster, waist pack, or back pack? Or do you really need a gadget bag at all? Answering the last question first, if you t ... 

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