Free Desktop Wallpaper: Colorful Wheel

June 5th, 2005

Just click on the image below to download our new desktop wallpaper

Photography Tip: Infrared Photography with Sony’s Night-shot mode

June 3rd, 2005

This is really cool. Today I learned I could use my Sony f717 camera to take those neat Infrared photos with a floppy disk as an IR filter.

I knew the camera could take such photos, as I’ve seen plenty of examples on the Sony forum. What I didn’t know is that I could experiment with this mode without having to shell out for an R72 filter first.

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AF-S VR Nikkor 300mm f/2.8G IF-ED Lens Review

June 1st, 2005

Nikkor 300mm f/2.8G IF-ED

NIKON Corporation has unveiled the 4F-S VR Nikkor 300mm f/2.8G IF-EO, a new high speed super-telephoto professional lens for Nikon digital and 35mm SLR cameras now with Vibration Reduction (VR) technology, focus preset functions, Meniscus front element and the first Nikkor lens to feature Nikon’s Nano-Crystal anti-reflective coating, all to deliver professional quality sports and action photography.

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Photography Tip: Micro Photography with Reverse Lens

June 1st, 2005

“Microphotography is a sect of macrophotography that deals with very very small things; reproduction ratios greater than 1:1. In othe words getting a large enough and close enough image to consider microscopic. In this post, I will discuss the required equipment, setup and the taking of the pictures. “

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Business Opportunities: Tips to Become Freelance Photographer

May 31st, 2005

Photography is a vast world. There are many different types of photography and many different kinds of people that enjoy it. It’s a hobby that be relatively inexpensive or one that you can invest a lot of money on. Photos are so special because they give us memories of times and places and events in our lives. We can hold onto these memories forever with a photograph.

As much as people love photos, many people love taking them even more. Whether it’s a mother who takes photos at every of her children’s moments in life (first smile, first step, first spaghetti meal) or maybe it’s the father who never forgets his camera for a football or basketball game, or maybe it’s the young girl who loves nature hikes with her camera; these people are not exceptions. They all have an eye for those special moments and they all appreciate the camera’s ability to capture that moment and freeze it in time forever.

What is Freelance Photography?

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Photography Tip: Taking Great Baby Photos

May 31st, 2005

Taking pictures of your new baby is a great way to preserve life long memories. Baby pictures can also make great postcards, keepsakes, or baby shower gifts. Here are some simple tips to get great baby pictures:

1) Avoid bright light – Babies are especially sensitive to bright light including harsh sunlight and flash photography. If possible, try to take photos during the day when flash photography is not necessary. You can also use lamps to create lighting.

Tips on taking great baby photos

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GOTW: Old Town in Warsaw

May 30th, 2005

Wanna see some wonderfull colours with outstanding compositions and perspective photographs ?
Old Town in Warsaw by Peter Siejka has it all.

Tamron SP AF90mm F/2.8 Di Macro 1:1 Sample Photos

May 29th, 2005

Tamron introduces a new version of the famous 90mm macro lens for film and digital photography. Tamron’s 90mm macro lens, often referred to as “the portrait macro” and loved by photographers all over the world, is now reborn as a Di lens that is perfect for use with both film and digital cameras. The coating of the lens is improved for digital use.

Tamron SP AF90mm F/2.8 Di Macro 1:1

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Extruding Object with Photoshop

May 28th, 2005

This tutorial will show you how to make your object pop out of your frame using photoshop CS. Just like the image below:

Photoshop CS Tutorial

Step1. Open your desired image

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Photography Tip: How To Enter and Win Photo Contest

May 26th, 2005

What is a good photograph? While a hard definition to write, it can be any image capture you enjoy to look at.

Theoretically a good image should have four elements: composition, exposure, technique, and presentation. An image should capture the interest of the observer or judge. It may be unique or common: but to be a winner, it should stand out from all the other images.

Competitive photographers should compose images that include some of following features:

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