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COLUMNS : PHOTO SCRAPBOOK  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
Compiling your photo history, Part 3 (05/24/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- As you probably know, many of yesteryear's photographs were not taken care of as they should have been. They became dirty, torn, or worse. You might be able to correct a minor problem, but if the dama ... 

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Travel and vacation photography, Part 2 (04/12/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- What happens if your primary camera fails? I've had this happen, and it's not fun. The answer is to carry a spare. It can be a digital or film camera, but it should be compact. It's no good to downsiz ... 

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Wide world photography (03/29/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- The idea of panoramic pictures has been around for a long time, but it has only beena within the last few years that this concept has become popular, or practical as a photographic option. To encourag ... 

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Nasty weather photography, Part 2 (03/22/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- For strikingly dramatic shots, there's nothing like a nice, gentle spring shower, or even a mist or light drizzle, to give the world a fresh appearance. Moist flowers and foliage glisten, and wet sid ... 

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Nasty weather photography, Part 1 (03/19/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- If you want ideas for pictures to fill an empty space on a wall in your living room, office or den, consider taking photos during less than ideal weather conditions. We're not trying to get you to go  ... 

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Private plane photography (03/09/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- It seems like every vacation spot has an airport or heliport that offers rides so visitors can get a better view of the area and its special points of interest. Some provide brief excursions that circ ... 

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Aerial photography (02/26/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- When on a trip, you want to take as many meaningful photos as possible. Most of us don't begin shooting until we reach our destination. Frequently, though, there is a period of hesitation before reall ... 

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Play and performance photography (02/19/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- Do you know a budding Barrymore or Bernhardt? What with grade school skits, Sunday School programs and high school plays, young up-and-coming actors and actresses have lots of opportunities to show of ... 

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A child’s birthday bash (02/12/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- A child's birthday party is another page in the family history. Not only are photos a great way of recording these events, but they will also provide lasting records of who the child's friends were th ... 

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Photographing strangers, Part 2 (02/09/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- When photographing a stranger, should you explain your reasons for wanting the pictures? Only if you're asked. Unless you're carrying something like a Gismomatic Deluxe XL 5000 with 35-300 f/2.8 lens  ... 

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