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Photo.net Home Page and Recent Digital Camera Reviews

Photo.net Home Page and Recent Digital Camera Reviews

Cambridge in Colour - Digital Photography Tutorials Learn how to take and edit digital photographs using visual tutorials that emphasize concept over procedure, independent of specific digital camera or lens. This is a complete listing of all tutorials on this site; click the drop-down links in the top menu to see particular topics. Photography is going through an exciting transition period as many film photographers are beginning to explore the new capabilities of digital cameras. These tutorials are rarely influenced by changes in image editing software and camera equipment — due to their unique concept-based approach. View in other languages: Português Русский Deutsch Français Italiano

PBase Animator vs. Animation by ~alanbecker Photography by Scott Haefner newenglandruins.com - photography by rob dobi ::: Space Imaging - Visual Information. Visible Results. ::: DPChallenge - A Digital Photography Contest Photo Interview Project World Photos NAture Photos There are 7127 Landscapes Wallpapers in 179 Galleries, Total 12 Index Pages. Landscape photography is a great field of photography, especially if you love nature and if you love to travel. You can travel the world taking pictures of beautiful scenes across many countries. REPRESENTATIONAL : This style results in pictures that show scenery at its most natural and realistic, with no visual manipulation or artifice. IMPRESSIONISTIC : The impressionistic landscape photographer employs photographic techniques that result in images that have vague or elusive qualities. Subdirectory of Landscapes Wallpapers

China Photos The temperature in Harbin reaches forty below zero, both Fahrenheit and Celsius, and stays below freezing nearly half the year. This Chinese city is actually further north than notoriously cold Vladivostok, Russia, just 300 miles away. So what does one do here every winter? Hold an outdoor festival, of course! Rather than suffer the cold, the residents of Harbin celebrate it, with an annual festival of snow and ice sculptures and competitions. The festival officially runs from January 5 through February 15, but often opens a week early and runs into March, since it’s usually still cold enough. Snow and ice sculpture in Harbin dates back to Manchu times, but the first organized show was held in 1963, and the annual festival itself only started in 1985. Most of the sculptures appearing at the snow festival are competitive entries. The sun begins to set behind the magnificent entryway sculpture. Too cold and tired to walk around Sun Island Park to view the snow festival sculptures?

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