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Norm Hamilton

What’s Your Composition?

Out you go, camera in hand, all set to locate and shoot the perfect image. Your “digital capture device” is complicated and has a mind of its own. No matter how many shots you take, they just don’t look right....

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Tack-sharp Images

The shots you took of that once-in-a-lifetime event have all turned out soft, out of focus or blurry. There are numerous factors that could be responsible, with poor focus being the most obvious culprit. Make sure you are...

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Storytelling with Photographs

The photojournalist tells a vivid story with each shot. With some knowledge and forethought, you too can weave a tale with your photography. There must be a clear message, a single point; one idea. Whether this is a scene, an...

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Sensors and Megapixels

Pixels per inch (PPI), dots per inch (DPI), megapixels, sensors, resolution … it’s enough to confuse anybody. One of the selling features for a new digital camera is the number of megapixels the sensor holds, so...

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Travel Photography

As I sit here in Pisa, Italy, I’m thinking a short column on travel photography is in order.My first recommendation for a really important piece of equipment to take along with you is a good pair of shoes so you stay...

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Panoramic Ponderings

Panoramic photos are a wonder to behold – capturing the broad expanse of the vista all in one image and fascinating the viewer. They are easier to create than may be expected. However, you do need some basic fundamentals...

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