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Maria Piscopo  |  Jun 01, 1999  |  0 comments

June is always a good time
to reevaluate the state of your business. What have you done for self-promotion
so far this year? What are your goals and plans for the new millennium?
A new look at your 1999 marketing planis...

Jay Abend  |  Jun 01, 1999  |  0 comments

In the quest for the perfect digital image I have learned an awful lot. Besides learning more than I ever hoped to know about ROM, RAM, Cache, and SCSI, I have learned way too much about continuous lighting. Continuous lighting, as the name suggests, is...

Barry Tanenbaum  |  Jun 01, 1999  |  0 comments

An editor friend who helps
produce an annual calendar for a photography company has a stock response
for photographers who ask for guidelines about what kind of photos to
submit. "Send in pictures that people will...

Dave Howard  |  Jun 01, 1999  |  0 comments

It doesn't take long to tell whether most photo-related equipment was designed by a "design team," or by a photographer. The "team" product usually looks slick, but five minutes into an in-depth examination you've most...

Peter K. Burian  |  Jun 01, 1999  |  0 comments

Although the slide films of early 1998 were already excellent, the "big three" manufacturers continue to enhance their emulsions. Agfa for example had a winner with its Agfachrome RSX 100 Professional, which won the prestigious European Photo...

Frances E. Schultz  |  May 01, 1999  |  0 comments

Probably the most important message from PMA 1999 was that you have even more choice and versatility than ever when it comes to producing images. There is more and more integration of traditional silver halide technology with digital technology. Even...

Jay Abend  |  May 01, 1999  |  0 comments

One of the things that many good photographers struggle with is sharpness. I have spent years of my life working on getting the most tack-sharp images, and have even written a few stories for your favorite magazine explaining some of the things that I do...

Robert E. Mayer  |  May 01, 1999  |  0 comments

This year's PMA trade show was extraordinarily large, having many more diversified exhibitors than ever before coupled with a noticeable increase in attendees making it even more difficult to try to rapidly go from one place to another.

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Rosalind Smith  |  May 01, 1999  |  0 comments

Christine Triebert was looking
for a different way to photograph the landscape, an alternative process
that would be more subjective in nature, more abstract. She wanted to
continue working in silver since it would give...

Rosalind Smith  |  May 01, 1999  |  0 comments

"This is the Daguerreotype!...
Here, in truth, is a discovery launched upon the world, that must make a
revolution in art."

The New Yorker,
April 20...

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