My Go-To Gurus
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My Go-To Gurus

April 1, 2008 | Bob Krist
With so much to learn about new technology, it's helpful to have a troupe of experts on whom you can rely
Your Next Digital Darkroom
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Your Next Digital Darkroom

March 11, 2008 | Staff
Between the large image files today's new D-SLRs generate and the demands of the latest software tools, your old computer is probably starting to show its age. We have some suggestions when it's time for an upgrade.
Gadget Bag: Multimedia Storage Viewers
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Gadget Bag: Multimedia Storage Viewers

March 11, 2008 | Jon Sienkiewicz
High-tech tools to keep your images secure when you're in the field
Nikon D60
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Nikon D60

March 11, 2008 | By Staff
Nikon's new top entry-level D-SLR combines simple operation with creative capability
Canon EOS Rebel XSi
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Canon EOS Rebel XSi

March 11, 2008 | By Staff
The latest Rebel D-SLR adds megapixels, Live View and much more
In Focus: April 2008
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In Focus: April 2008

March 11, 2008 | By Staff

Capture sunsets with smoother transitions from light to dark colors using the 12.2-megapixel Canon EOS Rebel XSi, which has an enhanced 14-bit A/D converter, along with many other features and technologies found in the company’s pro models. A fast autofocus system, three-inch Live View LCD with two types of AF and a 35-zone metering system round out some of the top-of-the-line features. The XSi also has the optional Highlight Tone Priority and High-ISO Noise Reduction functions first introduced in the EOS-1D Mark III.

Mid-Atlantic Wild!
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Mid-Atlantic Wild!

March 11, 2008 | Jim Clark
From lawyer to naturalist, Ian Plant is now living the dream
Memories From Down Under
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Memories From Down Under

March 11, 2008 | Bill Hatcher
Inspired by a blast from the past
China South
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China South

March 11, 2008 | Ryan Stevens
Enticing new opportunities for the cultural photographer are becoming more accessible in these less traveled regions of abundant diversity
A Prairie Photo Companion
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A Prairie Photo Companion

March 11, 2008 | Kim Castleberry
One Colorado photographer takes aim at the plains in a new photo conservation book
Keeping Sensitive To IR’s Needs
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Keeping Sensitive To IR’s Needs

March 11, 2008 | By George Lepp
Tripping With Infrared Film • Running Out Of Walls • How To Go Pro • Waiting For Long Exposures
Devil Canyon Overlook, Bighorn Canyon NRA, Wyoming
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Devil Canyon Overlook, Bighorn Canyon NRA, Wyoming

March 11, 2008 | Text And Photography By Doug Roane

Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area is a little-known gem located in northern Wyoming and extending through the southern border of Montana. It was established in 1966 after construction of the Yellowtail Dam, which transformed the previously almost impassible Bighorn River into a lake that runs 71 miles south through majestic Bighorn Canyon. The south entrance is located about 10 miles northeast of Lovell, Wyoming, on Highway 37, which is the only road that services the canyon on the south side. Several campgrounds are open year-round.

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Digging Deep
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Digging Deep

March 11, 2008 | By William Neill
Make the effort to create a meaningful body of work
Memories From Down Under
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Memories From Down Under

March 11, 2008 | By Bill Hatcher
Inspired by a blast from the past
Macro Everywhere
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Macro Everywhere

March 11, 2008 | Rob Sheppard
No matter what the weather, the light or the location, you always can get into the close-up world and find "the picture"
Choosing Your Macro
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Choosing Your Macro

March 11, 2008 | Staff
Getting in close and maintaining critical focus is the forte of this breed of lens
Spring In New England
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Spring In New England

March 11, 2008 | Jerry Monkman
As the weather warms, the Northeast offers some of its most dramatic and colorful vistas
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