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A debate on the use of digital manipulation
by 528.v1/Chris (1,669) on March 22, 2002 8:29:25 AM CST

There are many comments strewn across Photosig about the use of digital manipulation to amend or create images. This article attempts to discuss these emotive issues in a rational manner.

A Little Effort When Critiquing
by downtime/Dave (3,448) on October 8, 2002 9:17:21 AM CDT

I could bash the 3 Thumbers, the "nice shot" people or the revenge critiquers, but they will always be with us. Instead I'm going to concentrate here on those who try to write productive critiques.

A plea for optimisation
by loiswakeman/Lois (17,225) on September 18, 2002 7:52:55 AM CDT

Lois asks you to consider optimising your images before you upload them, and do your viewers a favour! The quicker they appear on the screen, the more time we can spend on helpful critiques.

A work of art, or a snapshot, which is it?
by 53586.v1/Dave (5,690) on November 8, 2002 2:29:33 PM CST

How to tell when that picture of Uncle Fred is a masterpiece.

About sunsets, sunshines and seascapes.
by 36255.v1/michele (141) on September 6, 2002 6:59:32 PM CDT

"Wow! What nice colors this evening! I MUST take a picture..."

Amateur Photography, from an Amateur’s Point of View
by ppritchett75074/Paul (1,377) on October 10, 2002 8:46:15 PM CDT

The following is a perspective on amateur photography by an amateur photographer. I hope that this document of my journey through this experience so far can inspire and help other amateurs.

An Emotional Experience
by heroofmyownlife/Mark (229) on July 29, 2002 1:24:22 PM CDT

Capturing light on film is easy. Capturing feelings on film takes a little more effort. Ask yourself four simple questions to help make sure your photo viewers are experiencing what you want them to

Approaching Photography
by 19383.v1/Geoff (674) on July 14, 2002 12:47:28 AM CDT

A few thoughts on the nature of picture taking.

Beyond the subject: putting more into your photographs
by cconsoli/Carlo (1,061) on August 27, 2002 8:40:25 AM CDT

How to put more into your photos NOTE: this article was originally published in contaxg.com I would bring an adaptation of it here to start the same discussion.

Bill's Rules of Photography
by canonman/Bill (1,135) on June 18, 2002 2:56:13 PM CDT

Follow these rules and you're well on your way to becoming a great photographer! Or you'll go stark staring mad, but that can be fun, too.

Breaking the Language Barrier
by r21/Roy (1,683) on January 18, 2003 7:54:12 AM CST

Photosig is a great community consisting of people from all around the world, which means there's a language barrier to be broken. I have provided a link to bring the sig users closer together.

Capita anche a voi?
by atti/Atti (3,405) on January 17, 2003 4:35:25 AM CST

Just about the plesure of taking pictures.

CHEAP FILM SCANNERS MAKE GOOD PAPER WEIGHTS
by billkaroly/Bill (3,401) on February 24, 2003 7:47:27 PM CST

Looking to buy a film scanner? Read this first.

COMPARING VISUAL MINDS & PHOTOGRAPHIC STYLES
by hera/Bell (596) on January 13, 2003 6:30:01 PM CST

Although I am no longer publicly active among you, time to time I still visit and enjoy the vast variety of photographic works from photoSIG members and read some written articles from you.<P> Rece

Concert Photography
by edmaruyama/Edson (292) on June 2, 2002 9:29:29 PM CDT

Some thoughts on concert photography, shooting at dimly lit places & capturing the mood of the artist...

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