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Canon PowerShot G7 is a point-and-shoot digital camera featuring 10 effective megapixels, 6x optical zoom (35 – 210mm equivalent) with image stabilization, and 2.5″ LCD screen. The camera is measuring in at 106.4 x 71.9 x 42.5mm (4.2 x 2.8 x 1.7″), weighing 320.0 g (11.2 oz) and running on NB-2LH Lithium Ion rechargeable battery. The Canon PowerShot G7 will be available in October 2006 for around US$600.
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Want to make a photo-cube of your family photographs? With Tabblo you can arrange 5 photos in the Tabblo editor, download and print the PDF, and follow the instructions to cut and fold your cube.
You don’t even need any glue or tape, you just need a printer and a scissor to make your photo-cube.
Life Images will feature the very best of your most artistic, emotionally moving, or expressive photos along with a few of your words. These photos should be of people, places and things important in your life, whether for a fleeting moment or a lifetime. We are interested in your journal entry that would accompany these photos – whether it be a short story, comment, explanation or poem. All original or copies of photographs submitted must be clearly identified with the artist’s name, address, e-mail and phone number on each photo. We also require information on the camera make & model, film or digital, altered or unaltered. If altered, please indicate software and techniques used or materials and technique used for manual alteration (i.e. bleaching, etc.) We also ask that your journal entry be attached. If you prefer, you may send the images, copy and photo information electronically to the managing editor. Deadline for images to be received: Quarterly every September 15th, November 15th, February 15th, and June 15th.
Macworld have reviewed and compared the Aperture to Lightroom and here’s why they think the Aperture is better than Lightroom for digital photographers;
“Aperture will appeal most to photographers who largely compose in-camera and want an application that will make quick work of culling images. The program offers better options for importing and storing your photos, and its project structure is better tuned than Lightroom’s collections- and folder-based approach… ”
A digital photography video tip about shooting with contrasting skin tones by Erin Manning uploaded by DigitalPhotoGuy at Youtube;
Sam Zaydel explains why a polarizer filter is a must-have filter for landscape photographers. He also writes on some tips to choose a good polarizer filter and how to use your polarizer filter properly.
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Amazing Landscape Photography with a Polarizer