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The 123 of Digital Imaging – Review

The 123 of Digital Imaging – Review

The 123 of digital imaging interactive learning suite was first developed in 2001 by Vincent Bockaert to bring up to date photography information to both amateur and professional photographers in an interactive format. Here we are almost a decade later and the 123 of digital imaging is as up to date as ever, something not […]

Creating your personal WordPress blog

Creating your personal WordPress blog

Our online Nature and Travel Photography Magazine is powered by WordPress like so many other great web sites. WordPress has become an amazing publishing platform for both business and personal web sites but many are a little intimidated by both the installation and the marketing aspects. This article is the first of a series that […]

Corel PaintShop Photo Pro X4 Review

Corel PaintShop Photo Pro X4 Review

Corel PaintShop Photo Pro X4 Review: Powerful and Capable Image Editor With additional pro-levels tools and a more efficient workspace, Corel Paintshop Pro X4 is more straightforward to use than in the past. The image editing features have traditionally been a strong point, and they remain so, but in prior versions the interface has been […]

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 Review

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 Review

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 Review By Valerie Goettsch Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, one of the most widely used programs for importing, managing and sharing digital photos, maintains its core strengths in version 3—remarkable flexibility and powerful RAW processing capabilities—while providing enhancements that are sure to appeal to pros as well as amateur photo enthusiasts. The typical […]

The Rabari - Encounters with the Nomadic Tribe

Mitchell Kanashkevich – Rabari – Encounters with the Nomadic Tribe ebook review

Rabari – Encounters with the Nomadic Tribe by Mitchell Kanashkevich Mitchell Kanashkevich embarked on a fascinating 4 month journey to photograph the Rabari, a nomadic group of Indian cattle herders. As with so many cultures in today’s fast paced and ever changing world, the Rabari’s culture is quickly changing and Mitchell’s objective with this journey […]

Vision is Better II - Free The Mind, Free the Camera. Again. by David duChemin

David duChemin – Vision is Better II ebook review

Vision is Better II – Free The Mind, Free the Camera. Again. by David duChemin For many of us “professional photographers” David duChemin is what we want to be. Now this isn’t quite what it sounds but hear me out on this. David has a philosophy he follows and I think it’s one that many […]

Nature Photography: Five Tips For Great Beach Photos.

Nature Photography: Five Tips For Great Beach Photos.

Nature photographers, landscape photographers, wedding photographers, hobby photographers… who doesn’t love an excuse to take some photos at the beach? It is human nature to want to take photos of the places we are drawn to personally, so the beach is a great source of inspiration for photographers at all levels. Beach photography can be […]

Aerial photograph of the Chemainus River Estuary, Chemainus Valley, Vancouver Island

Aerial Photography – What type of aircraft?

Aerial photography is as challenging as it gets for the professional photographer. Many decisions need to be made to get spectacular results, everything from type of aircraft to subject matter and time of day. Teamwork is also required as the photographer and pilot have to communicate well in order for the photographer to get the […]

Trunks in Grass - Lynn Wiles

Lynn Wiles – Impressionist Photography

Featured photographic artist – Lynn Wiles I first discovered Lynn’s work about one year ago and was impressed both with her imagery as well as her dedication to posting images to her blog on a daily basis. Believe me, this is not an easy accomplishment! Much of Lynn Wiles work borders on abstract with rich […]

Passerelle Léopold-Sédar-Senghor, Paris, France

Photographing Paris – Bridges of the Seine River

Within Paris there are 37 bridges over the Seine River, many with interesting architectural features and most with an interesting history. The bulk of these are in the central tourism area between the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame Cathedral, one of the most photogenic areas of Paris, likely one of the most photogenic cities in the world! […]

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