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         Photographic Techniques:     more books (100)
  1. Toning Techniques for Photographic Prints by Richard Newman, 2002-09-01
  2. Advanced Digital Camera Techniques by Jack Drafahl, Sue Drafahl, 2003-06-01
  3. John Hedgecoe's Photographic Techniques by John Hedgecoe, 1985-10
  4. 500 Lighting Hints, Tips, and Techniques by Rod Ashford, 2007-10-02
  5. Nature Photographer's Complete Guide to Professional Field Techniques by John Shaw, 1989-09
  6. Artistic Techniques with Adobe Photoshop and Corel Painter: A Guide for Photographers by Deborah Ferro, 2005-08-01
  7. The Making of Landscape Photographs: A Practical Guide to the Art and Techniques by Charlie Waite, 1993-04-01
  8. Techniques of Special Effects of Cinematography (Library of Communication Techniques, Film) by Raymond Fielding, 1985-10-03
  9. Photographers' Essential Field Techniques by Chris Weston, 2006-04-01
  10. Basic Photographic Materials and Processes, Second Edition by Leslie Stroebel, John Compton, et all 2000-03-06
  11. The Ansel Adams Guide: Basic Techniques of Photography - Book 1 (Ansel Adams's Guide to the Basic Techniques of Photography) by John P. Schaefer, 1999-04-15
  12. View Camera Technique by Leslie Stroebel, 1999-03
  13. Darkroom Dynamics: A Guide to Creative Darkroom Techniques by JIM STONE, 1979-01-01
  14. Advanced Studio Lighting Techniques for Digital Portrait Photographers by Norman Phillips, 2006-06-28

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YOUR DESIGN.CO.UK print mugs, mouse mats, t shirts, jigsaws, teddy bears and many more products with your photograph, logo, image or personal design. Simply select your product from the illustrations to the right of this box to start your design. ONLINE DESIGN SERVICE - The design process is quick and easy, with help available at all stages. COMPETITIVE QUOTES on all orders over 10 ITEMS. NO MINIMUM OR MAXIMUM ORDER AND NO COLOUR RESTRICTIONS OR SET UP COSTS - ideal for all your business promotions or gift ideas. It is quick and easy with 3 STEPS to follow: Locate your image on your computer and:
  • Select the product you wish to have printed from the home page, then using the options provided select the areas you wish to personalise (For example front and back of a mug).
  • 102. NUS Photography Society---Home
    photographic Society of NUS official site. Has a comprehensive review of various equipment, and also provides tip and techniques. There is also a photo gallery, forum, as well as membersonly section for equipment loan and darkroom booking.
    Committee Membership Forum Contact Us
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    Quick Links Tips and Techniques Equipment Review Multimedia Development Lab ... Members' pages Our Sponsors The NUS Photographic Society was one of the earliest interest groups formed in the National University of Singapore. Today, thse Society boasts of more than 600 members. The Society is actively involved in bringing photographic techniques and knowledge to members through courses and photo-outings.
    Our goals
    • Helping members gain knowledge and application to a whole array of photographic fields Giving members an insight to professional photography Creating a community of photographers, with broad resources to materials and knowledge
    Our Vision
    For the year of 2003/2004, the Society will embark in the direction of fostering the Society's cohesiveness and our link will be our members. Hence, our Society is organized such that for members who wish to take part in organizing our activities and yet are not a part of the Main Committee, we offer them the chance of joining our sub-committees so that they will be able to involve themselves behind the scenes in running the Society as well.

    103. Livermore Valley Camera Club
    The Livermore Valley Camera welcomes guests, new and experienced photographers to join us each month as we share our photographic images and techniques.

    104. The Models Center Home Page
    Model management professional photographic portfolios, audition and interview techniques designed to get place models with agents.

    105. The SFU Darkroom Club
    Student society club providing darkroom access and forums for sharing information about photographic art and techniques, photo critiques, and other means to work with and learn from each other. Executives, membership, news and events, facility, tutorials, guidelines, online exhibition and resources.
    No frames, eh? Click here to view the Darkroom Club site without frames.

    106. IMAGING IN ITALY - Photographic Workshops In Rome Italy
    Visit Rome with a National Geographic photographer for onsite workshops and photographic encounters teaching the techniques and tools of imaging. Contains the proposed itinerary for seven days.
    Welcome to Imaging in Italy Introduction Program Workshops Accommodations ... Contact
    Come capture the richness and romance of Rome! Imagine yourself spending and exciting week in Rome with a National Geographic photographer making great pictures, visiting beautiful places and famous monuments while enjoying fabulous food and extraordinary culture. Imaging In Italy is a unique photographic program in an extraordinary location, and a rare opportunity to learn the creative techniques used by world-class professionals. Our programs are for anyone who loves Italy, photography, Italian culture and cuisine. Take home impressive photographs and a lifetime of great memories of a delightful and rewarding week in Rome.
    Great Photography, Fantastic Food, Memories for a Lifetime

    If you're thinking about a summer vacation package in Europe this year, whether on your own or with your travel agency, and love photography, think about Imaging In Italy. If you like taking pictures, eating great food, visiting great monuments or just want to enjoy a Rome, Italy vacation, think about our program - a one week Renaissance experience led by a former National Geographic photographer who will lead you in engaging exercises and workshops in photography - both traditional and digital photography. We also offer a summer special workshop for watercolor painters and artists. So if you want to travel Europe or just take a Europe tour

    107. Library Of Congress:Emergency Drying Procedures For Water Damaged Collections
    techniques and procedures to follow to salvage water damaged library collections, including books, framed items, photographic materials. paper and mold damaged materials
    Emergency Drying Procedures for Water Damaged Collections
    Safety Precautions:
    • Wear protective, latex gloves and long sleeves.
    If mold is present, wear a respirator. Some mold species are toxic; if any health effects are observed, contact a doctor and/or mycologist. When cleaning items with dry mold, make sure the mold spores are drawn way from you, i.e. by the use of a vacuum cleaner. Wash your hands after handling materials with mold. Air-drying:
    • Use fans to provide maximum air circulation but do not aim fans directly at the drying materials.
    Absorb excess moisture using a clean sponge, paper or bath towels, etc. Do not blot on hand-written ink or fragile surfaces. Do not use printed newsprint for blotting; ink can transfer. Air-drying Paper Documents, Maps, Posters, etc:
    • Paper is very fragile when wet and must be handled with care, provide adequate support.
    • Blot excess water off the documents.
    • Do not attempt to separate individual items while very wet. You may leave them in stacks no higher than 1/4" to dry.
    If pages can be separated safely they can be interleaved using absorbent or separating materials, such as waxed paper. Change interleaving materials until item is dry.

    108. Greer Photography
    Wedding, family, and senior photography including fine art ink printing of photographic renderings, hand tinting and sepia techniques.
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    109. Site Moved
    This site contains methods and techniques, plus a gallery. Devoted to infrared, pinhole, and alternative process photography.
    HandMade Photographic Images has moved
    If you are not redirected automatically to within five seconds,
    please click on the link.
    Thanks - george

    110. Rockland Colloid: Photography Materials Home Page
    Information on the combination of new and old techniques to produce many new types of photographic prints.
    Visit the Gallery of the New Photography

  • Liquid Emulsions
    P Rockland photographic emulsions, the world's standard for 30 years, include: Liquid Light emulsion, Liquid Light VC , a variable-contrast version, and Ag-Plus , a higher-speed emulsion for oversize prints. All Rockland emulsions are made in the U.S.A. and are safe for darkroom use with no fumes or odors . Emulsion Toners
    R ockland toners encompass a wide range of uses and effects. CE-1 Toner tones liquid emulsion prints on ceramic, enamel or glass so that they can withstand the heat of firing in a kiln. Polytoner any color. Printint Halo-Chrome Alternative Processes
    T hese "room light" photographic processes do not require a darkroom. With FA-1 Sensitizer , you can re-create classic processes like van dyke, argyrotype and kallitype on either paper or cloth. Blueprints, also called cyanotypes, are easy with with our Blueprint kit Make distinctive platinum prints, the royalty of alternative processes, with our Platinotype process.

    111. Hass Manufacturing Company
    An article that compares different techniques for controlling water temperature in photographic darkrooms.
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    Hass Manufacturing Company
    9 Tyler Street, P.O. Box 565 Troy, New York 12181 U.S.A.
    Tel (518) 274-3908 Fax (518) 274-0251

    112. HM Group's Photo School
    Insights and lessons on photographic composition, film, and techniques.
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    Welcome to the HM GROUP's Photo School.
    Here you will find the notions of a man who has been trying to figure all this out for nearly 30 years. The opinions expressed here are biased to say the least. This is what works for me in the images that I make. Experiment with these ideas, find what works for you, and then tell us about it, so we can all learn something new.
    Introduction to Photography Photography is a series of choices that a photographer has to makenot only choices of equipment and film, but also choices in composition like subject, lighting and camera position. In this class we are going to cover basic equipment in a way that will increase the number of choices that you as a photographer have to work with in composing an image. The Basic principles of composition that underlie successful photographs are not rules to be followed slavishly. But understanding them will help you to produce the images you visualize. It matters not if you are using an old manual 35mm SLR (Single Lens Reflex), a Point and Shoot Automatic or a Digital camera, learning some of these basic principles will help you to improve your photographs. With the automatic cameras there are often ways to program the settings used here, and with the simple, feature challenged, cameras, there are often ways to fool it into doing what you will learn here. READ YOUR MANUAL.

    113. Silver Gelatin - Photography Information
    Photo techniques, tips, and general photographic information.
    Home Your Photography and Camera Information Source Photography Tips
    Photography Equipment


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    Welcome to Silver Gelatin, your one stop for all the photography information you're looking for. Silver Gelatin aims to be a leading photography resource on the internet. We plan to cover all aspects of photography and the photographic process. We've just launched the site. For now, we are going to put links up for the various photography articles and camera tips we have. There will be a lot more photography content added in the next few months as we continue to grow. And you can believe us when we say we are going to grow. Check out some of the photography information we've covered so far, or the photographic tips we've posted, and have a look around. Be kind, there will be even more information coming soon. And of course, if you have any photography questions, about film, cameras, photo equipment, or just the website contact us

    114. Photography Techniques
    something extraordinary. This can be achived by an exciting subjector a more or less sophisticated photographic technique. However
    A picture is exciting because it shows something extraordinary. This can be achived by an exciting subject or a more or less sophisticated photographic technique. However, it is also possible just to exploit the special physical characteristics of a lens. Especially ultra-wide lenses offer some interesting possibilities. Such effects like the ones shown below are too extreme for regular usage so handle them with care. The easiest way to push the perspective to the extremes is to use a fisheye. It is really nothing more than a special purpose lens which cannot be used for much more than effect photography. A fisheye is basically an ultra wide lens which does not correct any of the natural distortions. The picture below shows a typical result. The effect is emphasized if you point the lens either up or down.
    The following pictures show quite extreme perspectives with a normal ultra-wide lens. The picture to the left demonstrates how to decrease the size of a huge object (here Ayer's Rock/Uluru) just by emphasizing the even bigger sky. Have a look at the interesting effect on the clouds here- the sky seems to get bended! With ultra wide lenses closer objects seem to grow while objects in the distance seem to shrin. That also happened to poor Martin in the picture to the right. The legs and feed are very small compared to the face and the breast. Maybe you shouldn't use this kind of composition for your new girl friend. :-)

    115. Photo Techniques A Photography Magazine
    PHOTO techniques Magazine, the photography magazine dedicated to professional photographers interested in articles on complete darkroom coverage, black and white photography, color photography,

    issue of
    PHOTO Techniques, PHOTO Techniques
    Photographing Fireworks To give you a complete rundown of how to photograph fireworks, New York Institute of Photography is happy to present you with three separate articles on the topic. How to Photograph Fireworks: Or Have Fun on the Fourth of July, which is intended to help you take some great photographs of large fireworks displays. Shooting Fireworks with a Digital Camera, wherein NYIP resident digital professional Jim Barthman recounts his experience photographing fireworks for a client that demanded he use a digital camera. He offers tips that you can use with your digital camera. Photographing Fireworks in Your Backyard offers suggestions for pictures you can make during the backyard fireworks display.

    116. Photography Techniques
    Photography Equipment and techniques A Survey of NASA Developments.Albert J Derr NASA SP5099. The PDF version of this document
    Photography Equipment and Techniques:
    A Survey of NASA Developments
    Albert J Derr
    NASA SP-5099
    The PDF version of this document was supplied by
    Glen Swanson
    History Office, NASA Johnson Spaceflight Center
    Steve Garber
    History Office, NASA Headquarters
    February 2001. Adobe Acrobat Reader, required to read PDF files, can be downloaded at no cost. Part 1 ( 1.3 Mb
    • Preface Acknowledgments Contents Chapter I - Handheld Systems
    Part 2 ( 2.1 Mb
    • Chapter I (concluded) Chapter II - Vehicle Mounted Cameras Chapter III - Tracking Photography Chapter IV - Engineering Photography
    Part 3 ( 2.5 Mb
    • Chapter IV (continued)
    Part 4 ( 2.5 Mb
    • Chapter IV (concluded) Chapter V - Multispectral Photography Chapter VI - Earth Resources Photography
    Part 5 ( 2.0 Mb
    • Chapter VI (concluded) Chapter VII - Photographic Films
    Part 6 ( 2.0 Mb
    • Chapter VII (concluded) References Bibliography Appendix A - A Summary of the Photographic Process, C.W. Wykoff and J.C. McCue
    Part 7 ( 2.0 Mb
    • Appendix A (concluded) Appendix B - Abbreviations Appendix C - Glossary

    117. Infrared Photography: Photography Techniques: Learn: Digital Photography Review
    Infrared Photography Photography techniques Learn Digital Camera DigitalPhotography. Learn Photography techniques Infrared Photography


    ... Photography Techniques : Infrared Photography
    Infrared Photography
    By Peter iNova
    Pictures of the Warm World
    Digital cameras take pictures of light. But it doesn't stop there. Lurking beneath the continuous spectrum of visible light at the red end of the rainbow, photons are still bouncing around, slamming off things and ready to have their picture taken. These photons are actually high frequency heat. Our eyes don't respond to them so we don't see heat directly.
    Snow joke. This is the dramatic look of a tree with deep green foliage which is trying to keep cool by reflecting lots of heat. The reflected infrared looks white on an infrared digital camera image (Nikon 950) Don't feel bad, the fun stuff is happening in the visible spectrum and I guess Ma Nature didn't think we needed to see much of the light below red or above deep sky blue. Bees see up into the ultraviolet and that helps them identify flowers but very few animals see into the infrared unless, like pit viper snakes, they are searching for a warm meal. We see visible light from about 400 nanometers (tiny wavelengths of light 400 billionths of a meter from crest to crest) to about 700 nanometers. That means our entire spectrum is less than one octave wide, in musical terms. It is as if notes from base to treble look red, orange, yellow, bright green, blue green, cyan, blue and violet along the way, but that whole spectrum is in your eye, not in the subatomic world of photons. They're just progressively smaller wavelengths from below red to above blue. The larger 700 nM waves are dark deep red and anything longer in wavelength can't be seen with our retinas. When I think about this I'm pleased to think that Ma Nature was able to bring about such a colorful perception process from such a small range of differences.

    118. Learn: Digital Photography Review
    to provide beginners and advanced users alike an areafor reference and a place tolearn new techniques and help improve their digital photography techniques.


    Welcome to Learn Digital Photography on Digital Photography Review,the aim of this section of the site is to provide beginners and advanced users alike an areafor reference and a place to learn new techniques and help improve their digital photography techniques.
    Sub-sections Cameras
    Canon EOS-D30 with EX speedlites
    Canon EOS-D30 Workflow Glossary
    Camera System
    Digital Imaging
    Exposure Optical Photographic Image Techniques Barrel Distortion Correction Color Correction at Hyper Speed Double Exposures with a Digicam FAKE! Special Effects? In Depth - 3D with a 2D Digicam Movies 101: Still Animation Night Spots Lighting Lighting The Background Sto Fen Omni Bounce Using two Canon 550EX's Very Natural Lighting Photography Techniques Christmas flash and blur shot Commission yourself Including a computer screen Infrared Photography Shooting Without an AA Filter Spicing up Architecture The thing about lenses Composition Printing Fadeout: Prints Need To Get A Life
    You can contribute!
    Have a technique, article or FAQ which you think should belong in our Learn or Glossary? Want to share your digital photography techniques with the world? Started an FAQ for a particular digital camera or equipment? We actively encourage contribution by our readers, contact us: Contributions

    119. Science Photo Library | Special Photo Techniques - Thermography
    See more techniques Aerial Photography Computed Tomography (CT Scans) EndoscopyHigh Speed Photography Kirlian Photography Light Microscopy (LM) Magnetic

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    Infrared thermography is a technique for visualising the heat given off by all objects. Part of the heat lost by an object is in the form of long-wavelength or 'thermal' infrared light. Invisible to human eyes, this thermal radiation may be detected by cameras fitted with special electronic chips. The signals are converted into black and white images, typically with higher temperatures as bright areas. The images are often colour-coded to enhance the information. Thermography has an astounding range of applications from medical diagnosis and search and rescue operations, to energy audits of buildings and law enforcement.
    See more techniques:
    Aerial Photography

    Computed Tomography (CT Scans)


    High Speed Photography

    120. YouthLearn: Learning
    Introducing Photography techniques Some Basic Vocabulary for TeachingKids How to See. There s obviously much more to photography
    Our Approach
    Planning Guides

    Teaching Techniques

    General Info
    Teaching Visual Arts

    Media Literacy

    Teaching Drawing

    Mirror Drawing

    Teaching Graphics
    Look Who's Talking Animation Teaching Animation Make a Zoetrope Photography Teaching Digital Photography Intro Digital Camera Photo Techniques Zany Zoom Ins In Which Direction Presentations Teaching Presentations Idiom Project You Oughta Be in Pictures Build Your Own Zoo Internet Teaching the Internet Internet Looks Like Surfing Safari What's the Weather Introducing Photography Techniques: Some Basic Vocabulary for Teaching Kids How to See There's obviously much more to photography than the few aspects described here, but introducing the basics will teach the kids a fundamental understanding of how to think before taking a picture. This introduction will also give you a platform to move further into the aesthetics with older kids. If you have already had kids taking pictures while introducing the camera and the camera's basic features , you have been stressing the importance of looking, seeing the big picture and making conscious decisions. Now you're ready to get into the core decision factors: angle, pan, distance, level, focus and framing. By the way, it's important to use this common photographic vocabulary rather than apparent synonyms that have emotional connotations.

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