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    Photography and the Law

    Note: The following article is not intended to replace legal counsel. It is meant only to be a general, common-sense guide. Should you find yourself needing legal advice from an incident involving your photography, it is recommended you seek it in your local jurisdiction. -TPF Ed...
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    How to Take Good Zoo Pictures, by sabbath999

    HOW TO TAKE GOOD ZOO PICTURES (the zoopictures.net way)<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p></o:p> <o:p></o:p> The purpose of this article is to help you make great pictures at the zoo. I will try to avoid writing a blah-blah-blah article and just tell...
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    Introduction to Hand Coloring

    By terri at Mon, 2006-04-03 19:01 Introduction to Hand Coloring by Terri Sprinkle INTRODUCTION The art of hand coloring black and white prints has been around almost as long as photography itself. Its humble beginnings date back to those early days of the first...
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    How to Create a Panoramic Image

    By terri at Thu, 2007-05-10 22:08 <p><strong>How to Create&nbsp;a Panoramic Image </strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><em>compiled by:&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; written...
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    B&W Film Photography, Part VII: Filters

    By terri at Sat, 2007-02-24 10:54 <p>&nbsp;</p> <p align="center" style="margin: 0in 0in 0pt;" class="MsoNormal"><strong>Black and White Film Photography - A Beginner's Primer.</strong></p><br /> <p align="center"><strong>Part VII:&nbsp; Filters</strong><br /></p> <p...
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    How to Create Your Own Photo Slideshow

    By terri at Mon, 2006-10-09 20:52 <p><strong>How to Create Your Own Photo Slideshow<br /></strong><br />by Eric Brown (aka EBphotography)<br /><br /><br />A photo slideshow is meant to take all of the emotions and memories that can be captured in a photograph and transform them into a...
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    B&W Film Photography, Part VI

    By terri at Sun, 2007-01-14 11:04 Black and White Film Photography: A Beginner's Primer. Part VI: A basic exposure/development/printing system. by Jim Hannah Introduction. To put it simply, the technical goal [not to be confused with the artistic goal] in B&W photography is to have a...
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    B&W Film Photography, Part V: Enlarging

    By terri at Mon, 2006-11-13 22:19 Welcome to the fifth installment of Jim Hannah's Black & White Film Photography! Enjoy the series! Black and White Film Photography - a Beginner's Primer. by Jim Hannah Part V - Enlarging Introduction If there's one part in the B&W process where magic...
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    B&W Film Photography, Part IV: Contact Printing

    By terri at Tue, 2006-11-07 20:49 Welcome to the fourth installment of Jim Hannah's Black & White Film Photography! Enjoy the series! Black and White Film Photography - a Primer by Jim Hannah Part IV: Contact printing Introduction. One of the advantages of developing your own B&W...
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    B&W Film Photography, Part III: Film Development

    By terri at Sat, 2006-10-07 11:46 Welcome to this installment of Jim Hannah's Black & White Film Photography! Enjoy the series! Black and White Film Photography - a Primer by Jim Hannah Part III: Film development Introduction Developing film is a lot like making...
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    Black and White Film Photography - a Beginner's Primer Part II

    By terri at Sat, 2006-07-08 10:48 Welcome to the second installment of Jim Hannah's Black & White Film Photography! As promised, we will first let Jim address the questions that have been put to him since Part One. Q. Dear Jim, Thanks for your informative article posted on TPF...
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    Black & White Film Photography - A Beginner's Primer

    By Torus34 at Wed, 2006-06-28 22:04 This article, submitted by TPF member Torus34, is the first in a series of articles regarding B&W film photography, written exclusively for The Photo Forum! Black and White Film Photography - a Beginner's Primer by Jim Hannah, aka Torus34...
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    Bumping your images

    As our membership grows here at TPF, so do posts. With all the activity going on in the General Gallery, images are moving down the first page rapidly. If your image has not received feedback, this is simply a reminder that "bumping" your image back to the top is acceptable.
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    CRITIQUE FORUM RULES - READ THESE BEFORE POSTING

    In an effort to clarify the purpose of the Critique Forum, the following Do's and Don'ts have been updated. First, the Do's: DO read through ALL of these rules....if you fail to observe them, it's quite possible your image will be moved! DO keep in mind the MAIN FUNCTION of the Critique...
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