Olympus EVOLT E-510
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Olympus EVOLT E-510

November 1, 2007 | Mike Stensvold
A live-view LCD, image stabilization with all lenses and lots more
In Focus: November 2007
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In Focus: November 2007

November 1, 2007 | By Staff

Dust problems are reduced when shooting with the new Panasonic LUMIX DMC-L10 because the camera features an integrated dust-prevention system that uses supersonic vibrations to shake unwanted particles off the sensor. The 10.1-megapixel DMC-L10 offers an advanced 2.5-inch LCD, which rotates 270 degrees, making it easier to shoot from high or low angles. Other key features include a film mode for mimicking the effects of various film types and the Venus Engine III processor, which helps reproduce images with high resolution, precise color and detailed gradation.

Graduated ND Filters for Landscape Photography
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Graduated ND Filters for Landscape Photography

November 1, 2007 | By Staff
From polarizers to graduated NDs, filters are part of every outdoor photographer‚’s life. Try these techniques to help you enhance or correct your images in the camera.
Moving Fast And Going Slow
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Moving Fast And Going Slow

November 1, 2007 | Bill Hatcher
Technology lets us go through life at breakneck speed, but not always in the correct direction
The Mendenhall Glacier, Alaska
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The Mendenhall Glacier, Alaska

November 1, 2007 | By Staff

The Mendenhall Glacier is one of the many glaciers flowing off of the majestic Juneau Ice Field—a dramatic, 1,500-square-mile expanse of glaciated ice and rugged mountain peaks located in the southeastern panhandle of Alaska. A well-established visitor’s center is just 13 road miles from downtown Juneau, and it shouldn’t be missed. Built in 1962 on a prominent rock outcropping, it’s an outstanding interpretation center for glacier dynamics and history, and it provides excellent photo opportunities of the terminus of the glacier.

Best Polarizer Techniques
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Best Polarizer Techniques

November 1, 2007 | By George Lepp
A Polarizing Topic • Digital Duping Vs. Scanning Standards? • Cheaper Presentations
Telling A Story With Pictures
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Telling A Story With Pictures

November 1, 2007 | Mark Edward Harris
Montana-based photographer Gordon Wiltsie is one of the world‚’s foremost expedition photographers, having recorded the exploits of many great explorers, including Alex Lowe, Conrad Anker, Will Steger, Jon Krakauer, David Breashears and Norman Vaugh
My Conversion!
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My Conversion!

November 1, 2007 | Bob Krist
Seeing the infrared light can take your photography to entirely new places
Moving Fast And Going Slow
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Moving Fast And Going Slow

November 1, 2007 | By Bill Hatcher
Technology lets us go through life at breakneck speed, but not always in the correct direction
Daily Lessons
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Daily Lessons

November 1, 2007 | By William Neill
When you have a camera with you, photographic opportunities just seem to arise
Magic Buttons
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Magic Buttons

November 1, 2007 | Rob Sheppard
The Targeted Adjustment Tool—a geeky name for a wonderful part of Lightroom
Make It Just Right
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Make It Just Right

November 1, 2007 | Rob Sheppard
Turn your good images into your best images by using Photoshop to bring out those details that are too bright or too dark

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Gadget Bag: HD Video Camcorders
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Gadget Bag: HD Video Camcorders

November 1, 2007 | David Willis
Quality and portability have made high-definition camcorders important for more than just home videos
OP Editors’ Picks ’07
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OP Editors’ Picks ’07

November 1, 2007 | The Editors

Every year, the OP editors get to check out a variety of cool, new photo products, from feature-packed digital SLRs to must-have shooting accessories. With so many items to choose from, coming up with a short list is tough. We’ve chosen more than 25 of the year’s most noteworthy products to highlight on the following pages. This collection of gear should serve you well in pursuing, capturing and sharing beautiful outdoor photography. Note: The initials show which editor has made that pick.


Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III
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Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III

November 1, 2007 | By Staff
The world's highest-resolution 35mm-based D-SLR hits 21.1 megapixels, can shoot 5 fps, features Live View and sensor-dust removal and a whole lot more
Nikon D3
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Nikon D3

November 1, 2007 | By Staff
Photographers asked and Nikon answered—its full-frame D-SLR is finally here. But that's not all the new 12.1-megapixel flagship has to offer. The D3 is a force to be reckoned with.
Canon EOS 40D
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Canon EOS 40D

November 1, 2007 | By Staff
This mid-range D-SLR seems more like a pro-level D-SLR, but it‚’s still only $1,299
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