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Needless (Self) Censorship
by stephenh/Stephen (5,199) on August 19, 2002 7:58:10 PM CDT

Some may object when a child's nudity is inferred in a photograph, but they should not tell the photographer that it is wrong or illegal.

PHOTO Spamming, Insolence, and Great pictures?
by 101546.v1/Dan (310) on February 10, 2003 9:15:43 PM CST

An insight into PhotoSIG and it's underlying contradictions.

Photo-sig most useful benifit
by 53586.v1/Dave (5,690) on November 8, 2002 12:00:54 PM CST

Photo-sig has many useful benifits. Perhaps the most useful one is the one you haven't thought of.

Photographer's Evolution
by gott/Gary (1,806) on February 18, 2003 12:29:22 AM CST

Author editorializes about photography and the virtues of the Leica M6

Photography Magazines on the Internet
by 4240.v1/Beth (5,051) on June 3, 2002 4:42:25 PM CDT

If you are like me, you love magazines, but are finding them increasingly expensive. I've gone on a shopping spree for free, web-based photography magazines. Enjoy!

photos versus digital imagery...a fair fight?
by manchook/Steve (159) on November 26, 2002 7:00:06 PM CST

Is it apropriate to segregate images based on the equipment used? Let's see...

PhotoSig - The Exhibitionist's Paradise
by stephenh/Stephen (5,199) on August 31, 2002 4:48:53 PM CDT

Appearance on PhotoSig of a number of photographer-exhibitionists continues, perhaps even accelerates. Is this the new cinema verité? Who are they, and why do they do it? [Updated 1/29/03]

PhotoSIG: What Really Matters
by mauro/Mauro (3,246) on October 25, 2002 9:36:23 AM CDT

Let’s stop worrying about points and thumbs and enjoy the true advantages of PhotoSIG.

Redone with HTML tags : Why are Indians clicking less? A research on consumers.
by ramakrishnan/Rama (724) on January 2, 2003 4:12:21 AM CST

Study on the indian consumers behavior towards photography .Marketing people would be interested in this.

Rethinking the way new pictures are presented for review in Photosig
by vangelis585/Vangelis (599) on January 16, 2003 6:47:39 PM CST

Although a new member, with a limited number of submissions, I do feel the need to propose a couple of ways which would maximize the exposure of any picture that is uploaded in this site.

Self-discipline with a digital camera
by olegvolk/Oleg (1,835) on November 16, 2002 1:06:27 PM CST

Many people state that working with a cumbersome film camera forces care in composition. The same people often put down digital cameras as a "promiscuous" way of doing photography. I disagree.

Should Street Photography be made illegal? Is it wrong?
by sjac0707/Sheldon (636) on July 19, 2002 12:30:43 PM CDT

A Streetshooter's response to the narrow thinking of making Street Photography illegal and why it is not un-ethical. This is also an attempt to show that large segments of photography and the art med

Start With Film & Graduate to Digital
by photoart77/Philip (118) on July 22, 2006 6:33:07 AM CDT

With the digital camera came accessibility to photography for the masses. The original materials and processes of photography (Film, Exposure, Developing and Printing) have all become a lost art.

Ten things I love and hate about digital photography
by fhovie/Frank (1,720) on January 13, 2003 5:51:59 PM CST

Why digital photography is not all things to all situations

The Critic and the Doer
by leethomas/Lee (2,937) on August 28, 2002 8:05:33 AM CDT

There has been much written on the topic of Critiques and Critics. The following quote from Theodore Roosevelt offers some insight into the issue. I am sure you will be inspired by his words.

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