Picture This! Mailbag: AllEars Photographers Answer Your Questions

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Once in awhile, we’d like to share with you some of the questions we receive from our dear readers here on the Picture This! Blog. We find them challenging and we hope you find them informative. Becky asked: I know for film lenses, there is a conversion of 1.5x’s if used on a digital SLR. … Continue reading "Picture This! Mailbag: AllEars Photographers Answer Your Questions"
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Light Meter: Making a Bad Photo Better

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Yeehaw! I bet you boys and girls have taken lots a pictures of yur family. Like the time Joe-Joe done gradyated from 5th grade after 3 years. Or, or, or when Uncle Clyde won the blue ribbon for having the best looking twin. Boy oh boy do I remember those days. I betya that sometimes … Continue reading "Light Meter: Making a Bad Photo Better"
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Focus on Disney World – February Calendar

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If you read my December 25, 2007 blog, you know that my holiday gift to you is that each month I will post a photo calendar page that you can print out and use at home or work during 2008. Here is February’s calendar page for downloading. This photo of Snow White from the parade … Continue reading "Focus on Disney World – February Calendar"
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Focus on Disney World – Where in the World? #23

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This was Challenge #22: And here is the answer: The Beauty and the Beast float at the Magic Kingdom is where you’ll find this cute little bird. There is always a lot of wonderful detail in the parade floats – something to keep in mind for future challenges! This week’s winner, Christina Daughtridge, is very … Continue reading "Focus on Disney World – Where in the World? #23"
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Photographic Innoventions: Photo Gems

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Parasols in Liberty Square.Nikon D70/80-200D, 1/200s, f/5.6, 200 ISO, +0.3 EV, 135mm Focal Length When I can, I like to find Photographic Gems at Walt Disney World. Gems can be found literally around each and every corner. Remember to look not at just the overall scene but at parts of them. This is how I … Continue reading "Photographic Innoventions: Photo Gems"
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Light Meter: Textures

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It’s amazing what surrounds us at every trip to Walt Disney World as well as the world in general. There are fine details at each turn. When we stop and look we discover a whole new world with new horizons to pursue. I’ll chase them anywhere…. While strolling through Animal Kingdom, I happened upon a … Continue reading "Light Meter: Textures"
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Focus on Disney World – Sensor Dust

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I found myself in quite a predicament on my last trip to Disney World. Back in the fall I took my camera in to be cleaned. It wasn’t really dirty but I had bought one of those service agreements that included a yearly cleaning. So I thought it would be a good idea to take … Continue reading "Focus on Disney World – Sensor Dust"
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Focus on Disney World – Where in the World? #22

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This was Challenge #21: And here’s the answer: Copyright © 2007 Barrie Brewer, Nikon D50, 18-200VR, 1/250s shutter, f8 Only one person knew that this metal hand was part of the ESPN building on the Boardwalk and that was Jessica Romano. Congratulations Jessica! I was certain this would be an easy one. This contest just … Continue reading "Focus on Disney World – Where in the World? #22"
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Photographic Innoventions: Photo Editing 101

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Unlike when you used film, digital photography processing is done inside your camera and produces JPEG images. (dSLRs can also produce RAW images. RAW images are often referred to as digital negatives and require processing on a computer to produce the final JPEG image.) If you are like me, you try to get all your … Continue reading "Photographic Innoventions: Photo Editing 101"
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Light Meter: Headroom 101

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Happy New Year! Let’s welcome 2008 with open arms and more knowledge about taking better photographs. We begin with fixing one of the most common mistakes people make, too much headroom. What is headroom? It is the empty space above the subject’s head, not the empty space in the subject’s head. You want to fill … Continue reading "Light Meter: Headroom 101"
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