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Finally Adobe Photoshop CS6

  nhance your creativity and boost your productivity. Adobe® Photoshop® CS6 software delivers blazingly fast performance with the new Adobe Mercury Graphics Engine*, groundbreaking new Content-Aware tools, reengineered d...
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Exciting New Photo Gear At Photoplus 2014 – Nikon, Tamron, Datacolor and Rotolight

Photos and article: Len and Gladys Rapoport – Correspondent: Andy Peeke   hotographers from around the world look forward to the end of October.  Is it because October 31st is Halloween and one can find so many ...
by Len Rapoport
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“60 Seconds in Bangkok”

raveling to Asia is traveling with a sense of spirituality, very different from the Wests materialism and servitude to the one hundredth of a second. But East and West have many things in common many moments of harmony. Althoug...
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Metropolitan Museum of Art – Exhibitions 2012

New Exhibitions Upcoming Exhibitions New Galleries Continuing Exhibitions New & Continuing Installations Traveling Exhibitions  Chinese Gardens: Palace Pavilions, Scholars’ Studios, Rustic Retreats August 18, 2012—Janu...
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Photographing Northern Italy – Tips and Techniques

  Traveling in Europe can be very exciting for the tourist but can also pose a challenge for the photographer – especially Northern Italy. There has been much written for those who travel throughout Europe, includi...
by John Soule
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How To Produce Stunning Panoramic Images With Any Camera

Featured Image above is the middle shot of a three shot series that produced the panoramic image below.  or a number of years I have been fasinated by panoramic images. Years ago before we had software like Photoshop to help m...
by Len Rapoport
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Tamron Spotlights IPA’s Len Rapoport – August 2012 Newsletter

Tips for Shooting a Day in the Big Apple Len Rapoport uses the 18-270mm VC PZD lens for his city adventures Article By Jennifer Gidman • Images by Len Rapoport – Article has been reprinted from the Tamron eNewslett...
by Len Rapoport
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Geotagging without GPS connected to camera

Geotagging is inserting the geographical position where a photograph was taken to the EXIF information within the digital photo captured by the camera. It also works with cameras without built-in GPS receivers.
by Dominique Schreckling
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The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum – The Beginning & Now

Article from the USS Intrepid, Photos Courtesy of Intrepid Museum Archives and Len Rapoport According to the Department of the Navy, Naval Historical Center, the USS Intrepid began as 27,100-ton Essex class aircraft carrier bui...
by Len Rapoport
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