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Landscape Photography - Any type of light can be used creatively as a source of illumination and inspiration. my vehicle's high beams were directed across this field, casting a shadow on the bale. Pentax 645, Pentax 45mm lens, Fuji Provia 100 slide film.
Inspiration

Photo Inspiration – Communication by Daryl Benson

Photography is all about communicating. Ideas, inspiration, location or sales pitch, an image can often communicate where words flounder.

How to Have Fun with Night Photography by Michel Roy
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How to Have Fun with Night Photography by Michel Roy

Shooting after dark is a challenge for the avid photographer, but if you are well prepared, you can create amazing images after the sun goes down.

Award Winners – Summer 2011
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Award Winners – Summer 2011

The annual meeting of the Technical Image Press Association to vote for the best photographic and imaging products in 2011 was held on 9 April 2011 in Istanbul, Turkey. This year at the TIPA General Assembly 29 member magazines voted for the best product in each category.

A Beautiful Life – Samana, Dominican Republic. Canon 5D MK II, Zeiss 21mm Distagon T* F2,8 Lens, Heliopan Polarizer, Lee ND Grad Filter, Gitzo Traveler tripod.
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Nature is my Kingdom by Patrick Di Fruscia

Patrick Di Fruscia is an awardwinning, visionary, fine art nature and landscape photographer.

In Photoshop, with the blank filmstrips on the bottom layer and the image you want to combine on the top layer, simply change the Blend Mode to “Lighten”. The top layer image will only show up over areas that are dark on the bottom layer, in this case the filmstrips. It’s just that easy.
Inspiration

Inspiration – Old Is New by Daryl Benson

You old school photographers might remember having the experience of getting to frame 38 on a 36-exposure roll of film. Those who remember even further back – before auto film load and rewind – will perhaps also recall hand winding the exposed film back into its canister.

Antarctica – the Crystal Desert by Wayne Lynch
Destinations

Antarctica – the Crystal Desert by Wayne Lynch

Antarctica is a continent of superlatives. It’s the coldest, windiest, driest, iciest, and highest continent on Earth, surrounded by the stormiest ocean in the world. But Antarctica is more than a list of intimidating adjectives.

Springboard – Fira Village at Dusk by Perry Mastrovito
Springboard

Springboard – Fira Village at Dusk by Perry Mastrovito

Fira Village at Dusk. Santorini Island, Greece. Anchored high on a steep rock face of Santorini Island in the Greek Isles, Fira village, with its traditional whitewashed buildings and houses, is a spectacular sight to see when it is illuminated at dusk.

Serengeti – Wildlife Jewel of East Africa by Wayne Lynch
Destinations

Serengeti – Wildlife Jewel of East Africa by Wayne Lynch

As I write these words I’m parked in a Toyota Land Cruiser above the muddy banks of the Mara River in southern Kenya, just a few kilometres north of the Tanzanian border.

Winter Photography by Michel Roy
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Winter Photography by Michel Roy

Don’t spend the winter waiting for the first day of spring! Taking photos on a cold, crisp winter day is a great way to enjoy one of Canada’s most photogenic seasons.

PHOTONews 2010 Holiday Gift Guide
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PHOTONews 2010 Holiday Gift Guide

PHOTONews Magazine’s Holiday Gift Guide for 2010