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COLUMNS : PHOTO SCRAPBOOK  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
Camera steadiness without gadgets (01/25/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- Last time we covered factors to consider when taking photos that you intend to enlarge and display. It was pointed out that for these pictures, absolute sharpness is essential, and the use of a tripod ... 

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Dealing with daylight (01/22/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- It has been said (I know, because I've said it) that the best times of day for photographing scenery, landscapes, cityscapes, people, flowers, events (well, almost anything outdoors) are within the fi ... 

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Theme park photography, Part 1 (12/14/2005)
By Tom Hirsch -- Theme park photography is similar to any other type of photography in which people are the primary subjects. You'll want a camera with at least a 35-70mm zoom lens, plenty of film or digital memory ca ... 

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Fabulous family photos, Part 2 (12/04/2005)
By Tom Hirsch -- Can you imagine having a graduation ceremony, a birthday party or family gathering without a camera on hand? Pictures taken during special family events provide a continuing history as the family chan ... 

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Photo-snorkeling (11/16/2005)
By Tom Hirsch -- Photos at the beach can be interesting and challenging, but are you the adventuresome type who would like to take pictures at the beach while getting more than just your feet wet? Then maybe your next ... 

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Photo-snorkeling (11/13/2005)
By Tom Hirsch -- Photos at the beach can be interesting and challenging, but are you the adventuresome type who would like to take pictures at the beach while getting more than just your feet wet? Then maybe your next ... 

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Flower photography, Part 2 (10/31/2005)
By Tom Hirsch -- Time of day has an effect on the quality of flower pictures. Strong midday sunlight is the worst for many types of flowers, especially the darker colored ones, because shadows are the most pronounced  ... 

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Flower photography, Part 1 (10/23/2005)
By Tom Hirsch -- Beauty is fleeting, and this is especially true of flowers. The freshness of a perfect rose lasts only a day or so. Early morning dew on a flower garden disappears by mid-morning, and cut flowers in a ... 

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Flower photography, Part 1 (10/16/2005)
By Tom Hirsch -- Beauty is fleeting, and this is especially true of flowers. The freshness of a perfect rose lasts only a day or so. Early morning dew on a flower garden disappears by mid-morning, and cut flowers in a ... 

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Festival photography (10/12/2005)
By Tom Hirsch -- A festival is a place where people go to have fun and be entertained. Beyond that, it's difficult to describe just what a festival is because they come in such a wide variety of types and sizes. Festi ... 

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