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Photographer’s Lifestyle – Camera to Computer — It’s a Process (full story)

Story and photography by Roy Ramsay With spring just around the corner many of us are processing our winter photos and getting ready for the next season. Processing time is not the most exciting for the majority of us as we’d rather be out shooting, but in today’s photographic world it has become just as […]

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Gear – VueScan Scanner Software (full story)

Review by Mark and Leslie Degner If you’re like us and have been photographing for a long time, way back to the film days, you probably have acquired a flatbed or film scanner to scan your slides, negatives and prints. The problem with those older scanners is that you often can’t get updates for the […]

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Advanced Shooter — Creative Photography – Using Post-Processing to Enhance Story and Mood (full story)

What is creative photography? For me, as soon as I see the word creative I think personal expression. Art is about personal expression. Therefore I think of creative photography as art. Art often points back to its maker. How do you feel about a subject? What is your connection to what you see? Why are […]

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Shooting RAW and processing it (preview)

Story and photography by Ron Erwin Ever wondered whether you should shoot RAW or JPEG? Photographer Ron Erwin enlightens us on the advantages of shooting RAW images — unprocessed files that contain all of the data from the camera’s sensor. Learn how to process RAW files with Erwin’s step-by-step tutorial and achieve the best quality […]

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