Tag Archives: Photography

Megapixels Aren’t the Only Factor to Consider When Buying a Camera

Some questions from our clients and our readers seem to come up more often than others. Many of those questions center around the importance of Mega-pixels. This question came across my desk this morning and since it’s often relevant to our readers, I am sharing my response with you.       “When customers order […]

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Life is like…

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Have a wonderfully creative weekend!

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Lomography Introduces an Experimental Lens Kit for Digital Cameras

For the first time, Lomography has introduced a line of lenses in 3 focal lengths for Micro 4/3 digital format. In true Lomography fashion, these lenses include fixed aperture: f/8  with two shutter speeds: 1/100sec and bulb. If you choose to use your camera’s shutter, leave the lens open on bulb and fire away.   Since […]

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Lynn Goldsmith Gives Her Thoughts on the New Nikon Df

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Nikon is now taking pre-orders for their new retro-styled full frame DSLR, the Nikon Df. The rugged good looks look back to an era that began with Disco and the Brady Bunch, and came to close somewhere in the 90′s when plastic construction became the norm. The body looks more F3 than D3. A look […]

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A camera…

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Black & White Photography Quote

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Colorado Photography Festival 2013

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Held from August 10th – 15th, this 6 day workshop is chock full of classes, workshops and photo adventures. The event starts off with back to back presentations by 5 ultra-talented photographers who will provide thought provoking discussions and slide shows that will educate and inspire. The kick-off presentation by Glenn Randal (www.glennrandall.com) is destined […]

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Farewell To MoP

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Denver’s Month of Photography is over. The scope and talent that the local art community brought to this global event was impressive, and, we would venture to say, as ambitious as many of the larger urban centers. Local offerings were many and eclectic; from a fascinating presentation by Jay Kinghorm on current publishing models in […]

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The Pinhole Camera: A Simple Revelation

“Who would believe that so small a space could contain the image of all the universe?” Thus spoke Leonardo Da Vinci as he waxed poetic on the mysteries and wonders of the human eye. He could have just as easily, though, been describing the mysteries and wonders of the camera obscura and its successor, the […]

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The Last First Friday of MoP

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First Friday Art Walks in Denver are always a blast. The galleries open their doors to the public for later the normal viewing and a little “wine and cheese” type atmosphere. Whether you are in the Santa Fe Art District, known as the hub of the Denver art scene, or any of the seven others […]

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