Profotos Magazine - July, 2003
Digital Photography Takes Root - by Naomi Buckman
Digital photography is the way of the
future in the photography world, right? After all, digital
photographs are easier to archive and store than thier film
counterparts, save time in scanning and retouching, etc.
Naomi Buckman delves into these topics and more as she looks
at how digital photography is changing the face of the publishing
world. While the focus of this article is on digital photography
and the "gardening publication" world, the topics
covered in this article relate to the entire publishing
industry at large.
I See - by Rob Gray
Landscape photography is a demanding venture, to say
the least. As photographers, we struggle endlessly with
the landscape, as we try to find the right composition,
lighting, etc. Rob Gray tells us how one day, he finally
"saw" the landscape for what it really is...without
Spots - by Robert A F van de Voort
Colored lighting in the studio can be a great deal of
fun, which can lead to some superb images. Using the right
aperture with the spot lighting effect can do even more
to enhance the final image. Check out this article to learn
how Robert A F van de Voort was able to create some interesting
perspectives through his experimentation with colored lights
Tips - by Jim Fishwick
your art and photography is quite a challenge, given the
number of adverse factors we are faced with. Ultraviolet
light, radiation, etc. all play a role in this adversity.
Learn how to frame your work properly in this article.
Lens with View to View - by Robert A F van de Voort
The human mind and eyes comprise
the most complex system in all of nature. What happens when
we combine these two elements with spacial relationships
and photography just might surprise you. In this article
series by Robert A F van de Voort, we explore the relationship
between the human eye and photography / art. Prepare yourself
to be amazed...
Pentax 645NII Visits the Jersey Shore by NYIP
Sometimes nature plays a hand in technical decisions.
"Setting up the camera to take the photo I realised why
the rock remained so wet. A wave broke nearby, swamping my
feet and the rock and drenching the camera with spray."
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