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Epson Releases A New Affordable 4″x6″ Printer

Epson recently released the PictureMate Dash. This compact 4″x6″ printer has a lot of features for those looking for an affordable photo printer. ~ Large 3.6” LCD photo viewer~ Crop, resize and remove red eye – PC-free~ Border-free 4″ x 6″ Photos in as fast as 37 sec~ Photos last 2 – 4 times longer […]

Tips on How to Take Tack Sharp Photos

Here are some tips you can use to get the sharpest images possible from your gear. TripodYeah, yeah, we all know this but admit it, you don’t use it often. I’m guilty of the same thing. It’s hell lugging it around, but it still remains as the most basic tool you can use in getting […]

The Best Photoblogs, Part II

Here are some of my finds today: 365portraits.comCatchy Colors PhotoblogHey Girl, Nice Shot: It Takes More Than a Camera to Go ProPhotografr.com: Photography News and Appreciation Here’s an article on 12 Ways to Make a Black & White Photo. Very informative. I’m a big fan of the Channel Mixer. Jeff and I are FINALLY upgrading […]

Photo Manipulation and Editing

By Tina Vaziri of The Adventures of Tina and Mr. Bee Editing photos is one of my favorite things to do. Photo manipulation can, if done well, correct a myriad of sins that you could not control during the photo shoot. My tool of choice is Photoshop, upgraded to the latest release, but previous versions […]

Win a D40x from Nikon World

A Nikon D40x is up for grabs! The Show Us Your Wheels contest started last October 1 and will end at 12 midnight (EST) on Decemeber 31, 2007. All you need to do to join is to submit a photo of anything with wheels. Yup, anything at all. The Nikon site even mentioned baby carriages […]

The Digital Journalist Online Magazine

I was going through different photography websites when I stumbled upon The Digital Journalist. It’s a monthly online magazine dedicated to digital photojournalism. The site was created by Dirck Halstead who used to work as a photojournalist with Time magazine. He now teaches in the University of Texas and is an imaging consultant for Hewlett […]

Getting Published on National Geographic

“Submit a favorite photo of your own on any topic of your choosing for possible publication in an upcoming issue of National Geographic. Selections will appear in both the print and online magazines.” Submit your photo here. Just for the heck of it, I went looking for information on photography jobs on Nat Geo, and […]

Flower Photography Tips

I’m more into child and infant photography than anything, but I do enjoy taking pictures of flowers (and random unknown greenery, apparently) every now and then. I’ve picked up a few things over the years. The best time to shoot flowers is when it’s overcast, after a rain shower, or the usual early morning/late afternoon. […]

Leica To Release New Lenses

German manufacturer Leica has recently announced a release of lenses for their M system. The new line is called Leica Summarit-M, and it consists of prime lenses 35mm, 50mm, 75mm, and 90mm. These are scheduled for delivery by the end of November 2007. “All Summarit-M lenses are shipped in velour pouches, with metal lens caps […]

Everything You Need to Know About Photography

As promised, ladies and gents: Photography, compiled by Ken Leonard. I have to say I have yet to make a significant dent on that link list of his, because damn, that is one of the longest lists I’ve ever seen, but it feels really good to know that it’s there and I can just go […]