Museum of Natural History Images Menu Digital Special Collections of the American Museum of Natural History’s Research Library provides access to our rich collections of digitized archival photographic images, art and memorabilia images and Rare Book Collection illustrations. Use the tabs above to view Collections and Exhibits, or choose Browse to see all the images digitized to date. Enter terms in the box above to search across all our images or choose the Advanced Search option.
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21 Settings, Techniques and Rules All New Camera Owners Should Know Some are very basic while others go a little deeper – but all have been selected from our archives specifically for beginners and new camera owners. Enjoy. Introductions to Useful Modes and Settings on Your Digital Camera 1. Digital Camera Modes Explained – I spoke with a family friend recently who had just bought a new point and shoot camera.
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Why Do You Want to Take Photographs? ‹ Thomas.Leuthard.Photography While reading a book called “The Minimalist Photographer” by Steve Johnson I came across this simple question in the first chapter. First of all I thought, well, I just like to document life on the streets. But when I took one step back and really thought about it, there was much more of an answer. Especially when I was thinking about it in the moments, when I’m fed up with my photography, when I’m sitting in a hotel room in a great city not wanting to go out to shoot, when I’m at home after work not motivated at all although it is a perfect day to shoot. Those moments happened more often in the past 12 months and I was wondering many times, if they would be the end of my photography. So far it was not the end.