Home Page

Search Winona Post:
   GO   x 
Advanced Search
     
  Issue Date:  
  Between  
  and  
     
  Author:  
   
     
  Column / Category:  
   
     
  Issue:  
  Current Issue  
  Past Issues  
  Both  
   Help      Close     GO   Clear   
     
  Wednesday October 22nd, 2014    

 Submit Your Event 
S M T W T F S


 

 

 
 

| PLACE CLASSIFIED AD | PLACE EMPLOYMENT AD |

| Home | Advertise with Us | Circulation | Contact Us | About Us | Send a Letter to the Editor |
 

COLUMNS : PHOTO SCRAPBOOK  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
Battery: The heart of the camera, Part 2 (10/08/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- Many digital cameras come with a proprietary battery, one made specifically for that brand of camera. If your camera came with this type of battery, that's good because it's rechargeable, and the char ... 

FULL STORY >>


Managing the camera manual (09/24/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- Upon opening the box containing your new Gismomatic Deluxe XL 5000, you also find a packet of silica gel, the camera strap, a battery, and a booklet with a picture of a girl on horseback jumping a hur ... 

FULL STORY >>


Compact camera concepts (09/20/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- They used to call them "simple" cameras; those compact point-and-shoot wonders that allow the photographer to bring the camera up to his or her eye and fire away. Compacts come in both film and digit ... 

FULL STORY >>


Facts about film (09/13/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- All you digital camera people can come along on this one if you want to. Just don't feel too smug. Okay, feel smug if you want to.

At the time of this writing, there are nearly fifty print films on t ... 

FULL STORY >>


Concepts of composition, Part 2 (08/20/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- Do you have the concept of the Rule of Thirds firmly in mind? That's good, because there are several other basic compositional factors that can also be followed or ignored as the photographer sees fit ... 

FULL STORY >>


Fundamentals of photography (08/06/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- Today's cameras are marvelous things. As we press the shutter release, the shutter opens, just the right amount of light passes through the lens (a marvelous instrument in itself), and we get a good p ... 

FULL STORY >>


Camera preservation, Part 3 (07/23/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- One of the greatest dangers that can befall any camera is letting it remain in storage for long periods of time, unused. Inactivity can cause the lubricants to dry out and the rubber and fabric materi ... 

FULL STORY >>


Camera preservation, Part 2 (07/16/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- Last time we covered ways of avoiding damage to a camera caused by impact such as dropping it or bumping it into things. But there are other bad things that can happen to a good camera. Some of these  ... 

FULL STORY >>


Copy photography, Part 3 (06/25/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- You're still with us. It's obvious, then, that you are definitely interested in copy photography. Well, so much for the preliminaries. Now you're ready to begin copying.

Place the camera on the tripo ... 

FULL STORY >>


Copy photography, Part 2 (06/18/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- Since you've come this far, it can be assumed that you are interested in copy photography. But don't get in a hurry. There are still a few things you should know before betting too involved.

About th ... 

FULL STORY >>


<<      1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16    
 
  >>
View All    (page 7 of 17)

  | PLACE CLASSIFIED AD | PLACE EMPLOYMENT AD |

| Home | Advertise with Us | Circulation | Contact Us | About Us | Send a Letter to the Editor |
 

Contact Us to
Advertise in the
Winona Post!