Archive for February, 2010

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Photo of the day: Room for one more on top…

Room for one more on top
Room for one more on top… by PixelBloke

Easy Burn Technique with Photoshop

People have been using the burning technique to darken a particular area in a photograph since ages ago. I still remember my photography teacher taught me how to do this in our school’s darkroom when I took photography class in high school. With Photoshop, now we can do this technique with 6 easy steps from our comfy bedroom.

Photoshop Easy Burning Technique

Step 1.

Open up your file by go to file>open or ctrl +O

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Photography Tips – 24 Feb’10

The Full Photographer’s Guide to Aperture & Shutter Priority Mode
A must read guide for beginner photographers who are still not familiar with Aperture (Av or A) & Shutter (Tv or S) Priority mode on their Digital Camera.


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Photo of the day: The Flower Girl

 The Flower Girl
The Flower Girl by Seonhwe Kim

Photo Software – 23 Feb 2010

Latest photo software posted on our site;

RecoverPlus Photo Recovery 2.7.7
RecoverPlus is the easiest way to recover all your lost, deleted and (re)formatted photo’s or files on any removable media or digital camera connection. Awards winning RecoverPlus supports all possible kind of files with over 50 predefined file types, data and RAW included. Unique Learning Engine for adding new file types. Hi-res images are made on the fly and displayed while recovering.

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Photo of the day: Eye

Eye by Kayla Parker

2010 EPSON International Pano Awards

The EPSON International Pano Awards is dedicated to the art of panoramic photography. The contest is now open for all photographers (pro & amateur) worldwide with a combined prize pool of over US$13,000 in cash and prizes.


The judging panel includes some of the world’s top panoramic photographers and industry professionals, including Christian Fletcher, David Hugh Evans, Nick Rains, Jaspal Jandu, Peter Eastway, Christian Fleury, Tom Putt, Glenn Beanland, Michelle Novak and Doug Segal.

Entry fees for Open awards for professional, non-professional and student photographers are US$18 per image, or US$38 for 3 images entered at once (max total 6 images per entrant). You can also submit your photos under the Amateur category which is open to non-professional and student photographers only. Entry fees are US$16 per image, or US$34 for 3 images entered at once (max total 6 images per entrant)

Fujifilm FinePix F70EXR

Last update (22 February’10):
- Review by WDC

Fujifilm F70EXR is a 10 megapixel point-and-shoot camera features 10x optical zoom (27 – 270mm on a 35mm camera), Face Detection 3.0, DUAL IS (Image Stabilization), and a 2.7-inch High Contrast & Wide Viewing Angle LCD. The camera measures 99.3 (W) x 58.9 (H) x 22.7 (D) mm / 3.9 (W) x 2.3 (H) x 0.9 (D) in. and weighs Approx. 180g / 6.3oz.

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

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Photo of the day: Mavericks Surf Competition

Mavericks Surf Competition
Mavericks Surf Competition by Shal Jacobovitz

30th Annual Spring Photography Contest

This year Photographer’s Forum Magazine and SIGMA present the 30th Annual Spring Photography Contest. 1st Place winner will get $2,000 & Sigma 24-70mm F2.8 EX DG Macro lens. The 2nd Place winner gets $1,000 & Sigma 12-24mm f4.5-5.6 EX DG ASP HSM lens and cash for the 3rd-4th Place winners.


The Contest is open to all amateur photographers, both student and non-student worldwide. Early entry Deadline is April 19, 2010 with early entry fee of $3.95 per photo entered (uploaded/postmarked on or before April 19, 2010).

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