Issue: 20100101

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Tokuna: AT-X 116 PRO DX
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DONT MISS...
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EDITOR'S LETTER
What does it take to win a photo contest?
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It’s a question that comes up once a month for our editors and art staff, as we judge our monthly Your Best Shot competition. And we gained new perspective this month, thanks to the three outside judges for our 16th Annual Readers’ Photo Contest (page 63).
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SHOWCASE
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WE WANT THIS
A BEAUTIFUL UPGRADE
AF tracking and new accessories take this looker up a notch
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MERE MONTHS after Olympus announced its game-changing and gorgeous E-Pl Micro Four Thirds camera, here comes a successor, the E-P2. It shares the E-Pl’s sensor and image-processing engine, but adds some cool features. The silvery finish is gone, though—the E-P2 comes exclusively in black.
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JUST OUT
TILE MASTER
A knobless ballhead makes adjustments easy
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PLENTY OF photographers rely on ballheads to change camera angles quickly, but it can get truly frustrating when you want to tilt fast but can’t get at the locking knob. The Arca-Swiss pO ballhead solves this—-it has no knob. To move your camera, you loosen the ball by turning the knurled ring near the release plate, and tighten it by turning again.
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SPEED TWO WAYS
A super-fast card and a reader that shows it off
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SPEEDY MEMORY cards are fantastic, but, as we often warn, you'll only enjoy as much speed as your camera and card reader can handle. Lexar guarantees that its new Professional 600X CompactFlash card reads and writes at a minimum of 90MB/S. Owners of the latest higher-end DSLRs will likely notice it when shooting in burst mode.
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INSIDE TECH
Fast Card
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Lexar guarantees that each one of its Professional 600X CompactFlash cards reaches a minimum write speed of 90MB per sec. Each flash chip cut from a given silicon wafer will produce a CF card of a different speed. So after the cards are assembled, Lexar uses a bus analyzer to individually clock each one.
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JUST OUT '
POCKET HD
Push red button, make hi-def video. Repeat.
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PEEKING OUT of your shirt pocket, the Flip Gen 2 MinoHD video recorder looks more like a brushed chrome cell phone: compact, svelte, and—with no tapes, memory cards, connecting cables or software CDs— completely self contained. What’s new in the second generation of this mini camcorder?
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BACKUP TO GO
View and store your photos on the road, sans laptop
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PORTABLE VIEWERS have been around a while, but the mega storage space and fairly fast offload time (up to 40MB/s) makes the MemoryKick Si especially appealing. It will play MP3s, videos, and RAW files as well as the usual JPEGs. It also reads most common memory cards—simultaneously for card-to-card transfer.
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THE LOWDOWN
New Software
OnOne FocalPoint 2
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Adding realistic lens blur is a complicated project in Adobe Photoshop, so we loved the original version of OnOne’s FocalPoint plug-in—it let us add blur and create shots that we couldn’t have made in the camera. But its blur wasn’t always flexible enough.
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Manfrotto: MY CARBON tripod
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CLOSER LOOK
A RACE TO THE TOP
Canon’s latest takes on Nikon in speed and sensitivity
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Philip Ryan
JUST FOUR DAYS after Nikon announced its new pro-level speed-demon, the D3S ($5,200, street, body only), Canon stole its thunder with an announcement of its own: the EOS-1D Mark IV ($5,000, street, body only). Both of these DSLRs reach ISO 104,200 in their expanded ISO ranges.
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STATE OF THE ART
WILD COMPACT
Swap out your lens, sensor, and processor all at once
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THANKS, PERHAPS, to Micro Four Thirds, the concept of interchangeable lenses on compact cameras is catching on. And Ricoh has taken interchangeable to a new level with its GXR—-making the entire lens, sensor, and image processor portion of the camera swappable as a single module. Each is sold individually, to plug into a single body ($550, street).
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TOOLBOX
DRIVE BY
How to really take your photography on the road
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SHOOTING WHILE sticking your camera out the window of a moving vehicle is not the smartest idea—trust us, we’ve done it. Instead, why not mount your video camera or sub-8-pound DSLR to Delkin’s Fat Gecko dual-suction camera mount ($70, street; www.fat-gecko. com?
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THE GUTS
CROOKED PATH
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A DSLR’S “through-the-lens” viewing is anything but. It’s more like through-the-lens, off-a-mirror, through-another-lens, projected-onto-a-screen, bounced-around-a-prism, and through-yet-another-lens viewing. The system requires precision.
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PHOTO CHALLENGE
STILL LIFE
Misty weather is a nature shooter’s best friend,
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WHEN 34-YEAR-OLD Jesse Estes (www.jesse-estes.com; featured in our December 2009 Software Workshop) learned that trees in Portland’s Japanese Gardens had reached peak fall color, he didn’t let the misty weather deter him. The Troutdale, OR-based systems administrator knew, as Stan Trzoniec explained in October’s Nature column, gray days can be a foliage shooter’s best friend.
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MY PROJECT
The Cold Facts
A photographer portrays what sustains us
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Lori Fredrickson
SAN ANTONIO-BASED Mark Menjivar thinks of his project, “You Are What You Eat,” as a series of intimate portraits. “One person mentioned that ‘asking to photograph my refrigerator is like asking me to pose nude,’” he says. Menjivar, 29, a professional photographer with a degree in social work, came up with the idea while working on a documentary film about hunger.
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I, PHOTOGRAPHER
Film Location Scout
Nick Carr helps Hollywood on the mean streets
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Kathleen Davis
AN URBAN EXPLORER’S DREAM: I get to go to places most people don’t get to go to, and I get to see things most people don’t get to see. When I worked on Spider-Man 3, my job for 2 or 3 months was going to the highest rooftops to figure out where Spider-Man would jump off.
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LETTERS
RUIN RULES
WRITE TO US: POPPHOTO@BONNIERCORP.COM
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I ENJOYED “The Explorers’ Club” (November 2009) very much. In 2004 I went to the now-defunct Fort Ord, on the Monterey Coast, for my final project for my photography class. I was using b&w film and a venerable Pentax K1000. Yes, I trespassed like crazy (keeping an eye out for security) and got some great shots.
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TECH SUPPORT
Lost in Color
What Should I Buy?
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Q I shoot in the Adobe RGB color space. WHEN I look at an image in Microsoft Windows Picture and Fax Viewer (Windows XP), the colors are vibrant and contrasty— the way I intended them. GOTA QUESTION? E-mail us at PopPhoto@ bonnier corp.com or visit the Tech Support forum at forums.
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HOW
CREATIVE THINKING
MOOD LIGHT
Underlighting can draw out a subject’s dark side
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IMAGINE BEING asked to shoot a portrait of a heavyweight boxing champ ... whod been to prison ... and who once bit off part of an opponent’s ear. Nervous? Commercial photographer David Harry Stewart sure was when he took this photo of Mike Tyson for the New York Times Magazine, using simple lighting to capture the power and pathos of his notorious subject.
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HOW
FIX IT FAST
Sky Light
Intensify dramatic clouds
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Dan Richards
Debbie Grossman
WHENEVER WE receive a good photo that we think could be better, we ask ourselves a question: What is the picture about? In this scene of Burrard Inlet in British Columbia, Canada, taken by Vancouver resident Ramunas Wierzbicki, the answer is the sky—the clouds looming over the mountains, dwarfing the tankers on the horizon.
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HOW
FAKE IT
OVERCOME POSING BLOCK
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Just as writers are vulnerable to writer’s block, portrait photographers can suffer posing block. Your subject is waiting to be directed, but you’re drawing a blank. You could refer to a posing guide, such as Doug Gordon’s popular Get Sexy ($135, direct from www.douggordonworkshops.com). But these are expensive, and your stopping to consult a reference book won’t inspire confidence in your model.
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HOW
CREATIVE THINKING
Spin City
Play time is twice the fun with a camera
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Rodrigo Alvarez
THIS PICTURE I took of my daughter Pia looks like it might have been difficult or even dangerous to take, but it was actually just plain fun. I started by spinning her without a camera, just to get in practice. Then, I tried spinning (and photographing) a doll to find the perfect exposure and manual-focusing distance.
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HOW
30-SECOND PHOTOSHOP
DOUBLE UP ON LAYERS
What’s This?
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When creating an adjustment layer to alter, say, brightness or contrast, you can quickly double the effect If the adjustment doesn’t go far enough (as in the photo at near right). Simply press Control + J (Command + J on a Mac) with the layer selected.
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HOW
LIGHTING
Fright Light
To tell a story, light your scene like a cinematographer
HOW TO SET UP YOUR LIGHTS
THE GEAR
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Peterter Kolonia
SEVERAL YEARS back, Harold Lee Miller, an advertising photographer from Indianapolis, started a personal project—a series of staged photos that explored the quirkier aspects of suburban existence. The series, “Modem Living,” told a story about a fictional family and its complicated relationship with television.
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Fade to Black
Use Adobe Photoshop Elements to make a normal background completely dark
F.Y.I.
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Debbie Grossman
AFTER WE awarded Cheryl Molennor’s photo of an egret against a black background 1st Place in our October 2009 Your Best Shot competition, we got a rush of letters. So many of our readers wanted to know how she got the background in her image that we decided to find out, and asked Molennor if we could use another of her egret photographs to teach her technique.
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Render Architecture
For buildings, where you stand is what you get
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AN ARDENT admirer of starkly futuristic architecture, Philipp Klinger spent much of the past decade following the design and construction of Santiago Calatrava’s breathtaking Liège-Guillemins train station in eastern Belgium. Located about 190 miles from Klinger’s home near Frankfurt, Germany, the building opened to the public in the late summer of 2009—and Klinger was on hand to photograph it.
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FEATURES
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Bright Ideas
YOU CAN STILL SHOOT GREAT IMAGES DURING THE “HARSH HOUR"
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Arthur Morris
ON A RECENT photography cruise to the Galápagos Islands, my group and I had just finished a long walk at Urbina Bay on a successful search for big, yellow land iguanas to photograph. Just before 11 a.m., the sun had broken through the light clouds, and it was obvious that we were finished shooting—the light was simply too harsh.
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FEATURES
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Artwork in Black and White
SHOOTING AND PRINTING SECRETS OF A MONOCHROME MASTER
Picking a Printer &Paper
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Guy Tal
AFTER NEARLY a century of color photography, black-and-white imaging is still revered for its classic, pared-down rendition of form and composition, especially in finely crafted prints. And today, digital imaging can give you monochrome quality once reserved for the wet darkroom.
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CANON PIXMA Pro9500 Mark II: PRNTER SPOTLIGHT
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NIKON D3x
THE CAMERA THAT BEST REFINED OR REDEFINED PHOTOGRAPHY IN 2009
The Runners-Up CANON EOS 7D
OLYMPUS E-Pl
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IN THE END, it came down to a hypothetical question. We asked ourselves, If we were stuck on a desert island with only one camera— the Canon EOS 7D, Nikon D3x, or Olympus E-Pl—which would it be? That settled it: Only the Nikon D3x could be Popular Photography’s Camera of the Year, the model that best refined or redefined photography in 2009.
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FEATURES
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READERS' PHOTO CONTEST
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3OUR YEARLY CONTEST HAD EXCEPTIONAL ENTRIES FROM BOTH PROS AND AMATEURS NOW IN ITS 16th year, our annual Readers’ Photo Contest gives you the opportunity to present exceptional work in six categories: Action/Sports, Architecture, Candid/Humor, Nature, People, and Travel/Places. With more than 4,400 submissions, it took our editors and, in the final round, a panel of outside judges— Palm Springs Photo Festival Director Jeff Dunas, Lark Photography Books Editorial Director Marti Saltzman, and photographer/teacher Eddie Soloway—a lot of time and effort to pick the best images you sent us.
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LAB
PRINTER REVIEW
RUNNING THE GAMUT
Epson’s new 17-incher prints more colors and is built to last
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Philip Ryan
SERIOUS HOME printing demands a serious printer. With its new Stylus Pro 3880, a long-awaited follow-up to the well-received Stylus Pro 3800, Epson refines some of the innovations it introduced in that model, while adding some features that trickled down from its more expensive large-format printers over the past year.
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LAB
CAMERA TEST PANASONIC LUMIX DMC-GF1
Stepping Stone
THE LATEST MICRO FOUR THIRDS CAMERA IS A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION
TEST RESULTS
SPECIFICATIONS
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WITH ANY new technology, it takes time to work out the kinks. And while the flurry of coverage—and humanity’s ever-shrinking attention span—might make it seem as though Micro Four Thirds has been around awhile, it’s still quite new. Panasonic’s Lumix DMC-GF1 is only the fourth camera we’ve seen in this new format.
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KENKO DIGITAL FILTERS
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KEIMKO TELEPLUS EXTENSION TUBES
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82,84,86
LAB
DSLR TEST CANON EOS 7D
Solid Shooter
A TOUGH CONTENDER IN A TOUGH CAMERA CLASS
TEST RESULTS
SPECIFICATIONS
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NEWS THAT Canon would be making a direct competitor to Nikon’s APS-C workhorse, the D300s ($1,600, street, body only) made many Canonites optimistic. Optimism became excitement with the unveiling of the EOS 7D ($1,700 street, body only; $1,900 with 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM lens).
PopularPhotography_20100101_0074_001_0074.xml
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FLASHPOINT
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FLASHPOINT
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ADROMA
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ADROMA
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THK PHOTO PRODUCTS, INC.: CIRCULAR PL
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THK PHOTO PRODUCTS, INC.
CIRCULAR PL
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PopularPhotography_20100101_0074_001_0079.xml
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88,116
LAB
LENS TEST PENTAX-DA 15MM F/4 ED AL LIMITED AF
Pro Vision
PENTAX MAKES BIG WAVES WITH A VERY LITTLE ULTRAWIDE
SPECIFICATIONS
TEST RESULTS
SUBJECTIVE QUALITY FACTOR
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Julia Silber
THE WIDEST of Pentax’s Limited series, this 22.5mm equivalent has the Extra-low Dispersion glass, high-grade aluminum construction, nonrotating front lens barrel, and quick-shift focus system typical of this top-tier group. Another highlight: a built-in, petal-shaped, telescoping lenshood that’s velvet-lined.
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LAB
SOFTWARE REVIEW CAMERA BITS PHOTO MECHANIC 4.6
Stock Pick
WHAT THE ORGANIZER USED BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS OFFERS YOU
SPECIFICATIONS
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Debbie Grossman
ASK PHOTOJOURNALISTS what software they can’t live without, and they may name Camera Bits Photo Mechanic even before Adobe Photoshop. Now in version 4.6, Photo Mechanic lets you offload, add metadata, backup, browse, pick the best, and upload or e-mail pictures incredibly fast.
PopularPhotography_20100101_0074_001_0082.xml
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Interf it Photographic Ltd
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Interf it Photographic Ltd
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PopularPhotography_20100101_0074_001_0083.xml
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Nikon
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Nikon
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PopularPhotography_20100101_0074_001_0085.xml
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PopularPhotography_20100101_0074_001_0086.xml
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HP Marketing Corp: GIOTTOS
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HP Marketing Corp
GIOTTOS
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PopularPhotography_20100101_0074_001_0087.xml
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THE GUIDE
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CANON EOS-1D MARK III
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CANON EOS-lDs MARK III
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SmileTrain
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B&H Foto & Electronics Corp
Canon Powershot S90 IS
B&H Foto & Electronics Corp
Canon Powershot SD1200 IS
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Rosetta Stone
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Rosetta Stone
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HARBOR FREIGHT TOOLS: ROLLER SAVE SAVE lllllllllllll CABINET
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HARBOR FREIGHT TOOLS
ROLLER SAVE SAVE lllllllllllll CABINET
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PRODUCT SERVICES DIRECTORY
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BEACH CAMERA
COOLPIX.L20
BEACH CAMERA
COOLPIX. P90
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oneCALL
Canon EOS 7D
oneCALL
Nikon D5000
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DONT MISS...
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TIME EXPOSURE JANUARY 1985
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Harold Martin
Composite Postcard Famed photographer Pete Turner created this cover photo by combining pictures of two of New York City’s most famous landmarks. He shot both images using a Nikon F2 and Kodachrome 25 slide film, with a 20mm ultrawide lens for the Brooklyn Bridge and 105mm medium-tele for Lady Liberty.
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HP PHOTOSMART
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HP PHOTOSMART
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BACKSTORY
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Above the Fray
A photojournalist heads for a hidden story
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Miriam Leuchter
A NATIVE OF ROME assigned by a German magazine to photograph nascent political opposition in the Republic of Maldives in 2007, Francesco Zizola was playing the textbook role of an international photojournalist. Which, indeed, he is—with an amazing portfolio and long list of awards to show for it (check out www.zizola.com. “The island in this photo is Malé, the capital of the Maldives,” Zizola says. “It was taken from the airplane that was bringing me to an atoll in the south, where I was going to meet certain exponents of the opposition.
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Microsoft
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Microsoft
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PENTAX: COLORFUL PEN K-X
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PENTAX
COLORFUL PEN K-X
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