Archive for October, 2007

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How to Up-size an Image in Photoshop

Learn how to up-size an image without ended up with a blurry and pixelated image. This trick that will let you blow up the pictures up to a standard sized poster and more

Fujifilm FinePix F40fd

Last Update: Review & Sample Photos @ PhogotaphyBlog (added on 18 October’07)

Fujifilm Finepix F40fd (announced 04 January’07) is a point-and-shoot digital camera (released on 04.01.07) featuring 8.3 million effective pixels, Real Photo Processor II and new Super CCD HR VI , 3X optical zoom (36 – 108 mm), IR Communication, and a 2.5 inches LCD monitor. The camera is measuring in at 95.7 x 59.0 x 23.3mm (3.8 x 2.3 x 0.9 in), weighing 155 g/5.4 oz and it’s running on NP70 Lithium Ion battery.

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Overall Rating: ★★★★½ | Latest Price Info

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Reader Photo of The Day: Minutes After Sunrise

Photo Software: Tint Photo Editor

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Reader Photo of The Day: Reggie

DIY: Cheap Macro Lens

Raviv has done a nice video showing yout how to add a DIY macro lens to any amateur digital camera using a regular binoculars and a masking tape.

Kodak EasyShare Z885

Last update: Review & Sample Photos @ PhotographyReview (16 October’07)

The Kodak EasyShare Z885 is 8.1 MP point-and-shoot digital camera features 5X optical zoom lens (35 mm equivalent: 36–108 mm), ISO 80 to ISO 3200 and up to ISO 6400 and 8000 (available at 2.2 MP, 2.1 MP, and 1.2 MP), Digital image stabilization and 2.5 in. (6.4 cm) LCD screen [Full Specs].

Overall Rating: ★★★½☆ | Latest Price Info

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Erase People From Photo in Photoshop

Learn how you can easily remove unwanted objects like people that ruining your holiday photo.

Reader Photo of The Day: Gull Over Mendo Shore

Travel Photography Tips: Creating Your Own Luck

Ok. So you’ve read up on the technical side of taking great photos. You know your aperture from your exif and you’ve experimented with shutter speeds. But there is something missing from the photos you’ve been taking. They’re ok, but that’s it. Just ok. Why? You wonder. Well, here’s a little secret: it’s all about luck. Well not really. More to the point, great travel photography is about creating your own luck.

Travel photography
Six on a motorbike…. Phnom Penh, Cambodia by shadowplay


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