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Sources

With a Variety of Beautiful Mounting & Framing Options Learn More at www.bayphoto.com metalprints Flush Frames in Silver & Black Quality. Service. Innovation. WE'RE HERE FOR YOU TT J T - COiH Ttoo Canon printers, Pixma Pro9000 Mark II and Pro9500 Mark II, seem very similar, but one uses dye-based inks and the other uses pigment- based inks. What would the difference(s) of these be to an average photographer who just wants to get nice prints A Canon rep noted that the pigment-based inks...

Info

EDITOR'S NOTE Any choice of lens depends on the types of photos you shoot. Using a full-frame 5Omm makes sense if you want the short tele distance that's best for portraits, but not for more distant subjects. As for the maximum aperture, it depends on how much the extra 2 stops of low-light capability are worth to you though f 2.8 still makes for a fast lens. YOU GUYS are funny no, really, I mean it. For example, in the April News Feed you state, We're tired of the fad of making your...

Flexible Camera Stabilizer

For times when a tripod is too much but holding the camera by hand is not enough. Not-A-Pod provides stabilization without adding bulk or weight to your camera. For times when a tripod is too much but holding the camera by hand is not enough. Not-A-Pod provides stabilization without adding bulk or weight to your camera. Lightweight Easy to carry and use Adjust once then leave in place Lightweight Easy to carry and use Adjust once then leave in place

Sony Cybershot Dschx100v

In dim light it slows considerably and might occasionally have trouble finding focus. If you have to turn to manual focus, you'll appreciate the control ring around the lens, which handles both focus and zoom. Like a lot of electronically driven focusing rings, it can take a number of turns to get the focus you want, but it's considerably more ergonomic and convenient for focusing than a tiny wheel or pushbuttons. One of the things most super-zoom fans like is their DSLR-like body...

Bonnier

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER Randall Koubek SVP, CORPORATE SALES & MARKETING Mark Wildman VICE PRESIDENT, CONSUMER MARKETING Bruce Miller VICE PRESIDENT. PRODUCTION Lisa Eariywine VICE PRESIDENT, DIGITAL SALES & MARKETING John Haskin VICE PRESIDENT. ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS Shawn Larson VICE PRESIDENT, HUMAN RESOURCES Cathy Hertz VICE PRESIDENT, CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS Dean Tuicol VICE PRESIDENT. MEDIA DEVELOPMENT Michael Starobin PUBLISHING CONSULTANT Martin S. Walker What to look for when...

Pen Epl1

The new Olympus PEN E-PL1 is truly greater than the sum of its parts. This surprisingly small camera body Is packed wth technology' noimally found in bigger, bulkier cameras and High Definition HD camcorders. With features like interchangeable lenses, the new Live Guide and one-touch HD video - the E-PL1 is an easy-tense and portable all-in-one package that travels with you lo captue all the details of you life. Experience the quality and performance of a DSLR, but without the size and weight....

Make It Sharp

Techniques to use when sharpness counts the sculpture of Eurydice in the rotunda of the Passage Colbert in Paris, he wanted both this and the roof above to be sharp. Shooting with a Nikon D700, these techniques helped him ensure front-to-back sharpness Use the right lens. Gelot used Nikon's 16mm f f2.8 fisheye, which, like any ultrawide, gave the image a greater appearance of sharpness than a longer focal length would have. Steady the camera. Gelot mounted his on a tripod. Set a high ISO....

Nikon D5100

The D5100 is comfortable to hold for such a compact DSLR. The contours of the grip provide plenty of leverage to maneuver the camera as needed and textured rubber on front and back keep your fingers from slipping. Like most DSLRs of this class, it relies heavily on the LCD for controls. Press the button on the back twice and you get to an on-screen control panel that makes changing most settings fairly quick. Still, we preferred the various dedicated buttons on Canon's T3i to the D5100s...

D5000

Incredibly Easy. The 14i-megapixel D310D has powerful features such as the enhanced Guide Mode thai makes it easy to unleash creative potential and caplure memories with still images and full HD video, 11 is also 1l gt s world's first D-SLR lo introduce full lime aulo focus AF in Live View and D-Movie mode to effortlessly achieve the critical focus needed when sheeting Full HD 1080p video. Nikon, Inc. tmited warranty included 2011 Nikon Inc. The D5COD12MP...

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This month's winners all considered the importance of a moment LARRY ANDREASEN, 56, SERVICE TECHNICIAN, TILLAMOOK, OR I took this photo during the Perseid meteor shower back in 2007, at Painted Hills National Monument, during the peak of the star event. Painted Hills is my favorite location for astrophotography Because of its distance from light pollution, you're able to capture more visible stars. I also photograph it in daytime to capture the many eras in its geological formations. I like in...

D3100

The Nikon COOLPIX P70C0 e a compact, high-performance camera featuring a 10WP large 1 1.7-inch CCD sensor 7.1 x Wide-Angle Optical Zoom, HD 720p Mows wth Stereo, Mic Input Jack and HDMI CXitput. And a host of other features. Tthe P700G is designed for no-imits shooting handling low-light or tricky fight, fast-moving subjects, dramatic landscapes and detailed cbse-ups with ease. Nikon, Inc. limited warranty inducted 2011 Ntan Inc

Photo Contest

Credits left to right Chris Heisey, Alexis Burkevics, Eva Gryk Credits left to right Chris Heisey, Alexis Burkevics, Eva Gryk The 18th Annual Popular Photography Photo Contest gives photographers the opportunity to win prizes and have their work recognized in the January 2012 issue of Popular Photography, the largest photo magazine in the world, as well as on our website, PopPhoto.com.

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K3

Epson Stylus, and Epson UllraChrome K3 a marks and Epson Exceed Your Vision is a registered ' logomarkot Seiko Epson Corporation. All other product and brand names are trademarks andor registered trademarks ol their respective companies. Epson disclaims any and all rights in these marks. Copyright 2011 Epson America. Inc. It is a common misconception that you repeated in your blurb on Bhutan 25 Best Places to Photograph, April 2011 that the government limits the number of tourists who can visit...

Nd16

Turn a cloudy day into something beautiful The ND16 is a dark neutral density filter with a filter factor of 16, meaning there is 4 stop light loss. This is a great filter for slowing down shutter speeds to turn movement into artistic blur, turn motion into beautiful creativity. Another use of the ND16 would be controlling depth of field. With the strong ND16, a much wider aperture can be used. Wide apertures like F 1.4 and F 1.8 create a very shallow depth of field exquisitely isolating the...