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Concert Photography II
by edmaruyama/Edson (292) on June 14, 2002 10:50:34 PM CDT

More “real” tips for shooting at concert gigs. This could be considered the revisited article on concert photography.

Confessions of a Darkroom Cynic
by zonefivestudios/J.D. (852) on March 21, 2003 1:12:41 PM CST

Musings on the fears & frustrations of an amateur photographer aspiring to become a professional.

Creativity or Misrepresentation?
by mbadamo/Mike (1) on October 9, 2002 7:51:16 PM CDT

Very few actual original photos seem to be produced anymore with the recent explosion of digital "photography."

Critique Ratios, Fads, and Bad Math
by mjranum/Marcus (612) on June 14, 2006 11:17:13 PM CDT

Some ruminations on the meaning of "critique karma"

critique style 'success'
by uccemebug/Michael (1,949) on March 6, 2003 5:25:19 PM CST

This article describes a means of writing more 'useful' critiques. It is for anyone who hasn't gotten the feedback they want on their critiques.

Critiques versus the point system
by hargikas/Charalampos (460) on August 27, 2002 4:38:50 AM CDT

Everybody is worried about the point system and the critiques he is getting in his photo. Many articles have been written about the critiques and less about the point system. In this article I want to

Critisisme is easyer thank you think!!!
by 100612.v1/Wim (864) on February 23, 2003 3:06:39 AM CST

See a photo on another way. If you looke to your photo's as if it is the photo of another person, you will see more in your own photo's. Even is it very good to looke at photo's of other persons with

DIGIMARK WATERMARK & GETTING COPIED
by hera/Bell (596) on December 10, 2002 7:14:03 AM CST

Getting Copied, <P> It has recently become the important subject of discussion among some members here at photoSIG. So some have started to add Watermarks on their images. Due to this many have been c

Digital or Analogic? Better both...
by 42657.v1/Massimiliano (8) on September 23, 2002 5:18:07 AM CDT

In the choice of going digital or analogic, it's better to use both of them, enjoyng the best of each

Digital Photography is WONDEFUL!
by jfk4shots/Scott (1,424) on January 1, 2003 4:54:01 PM CST

Digital photography is the best thing since sliced bread!

DIGITAL VS FILM -A FALSE DEBATE
by lanycosta/Lany (2,231) on February 8, 2003 11:16:30 AM CST

Witch is better, BOOTH!!!

Discovery- an underrated process
by 77677.v1/Susan (106) on December 29, 2002 11:44:25 PM CST

Examples and anecdotes illustrate the art of discovery as one of the great pleasures of photography. Points/ feedback are important, but there is so much more.

EROTIC AND NON-EROTIC NUDES
by 10147.v1/Leo (1,254) on July 7, 2002 8:28:14 AM CDT

In Homer,, Eros is just the God of lust, which drives men, and gods to sex… He is responsible for the "coming-together" of everything: he is almost a First Principle of the Universe, as old as Earth a

Ethics and Disclosure
by orlinsky/Joel (2,485) on October 23, 2002 1:56:53 PM CDT

Criticism of a photographer's ethics can often be avoided by a suitable disclosure.

fare foto
by atti/Atti (3,405) on February 18, 2003 1:04:01 PM CST

Non credete anche voi che è estremamente facile darsi piacere?

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