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Filling in the Blanks

Author: theprint   Category: General Articles   Views: 13481   Discuss: 33

Welcome to our pseudo-scientific and highly subjective look at cameras that use interpolation to "biggie size" images. Please understand that we are not mathematicians and even had problems spelling the word. However, we have seen tens of thousands of images over the years interpolated by cameras and software, and that makes us expert-enough for this place.
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Get In Line

Author: theprint   Category: Design   Views: 4928   Discuss: 12

The human eye likes to follow lines. We feel comfortable when we look at symmetrical things. This is something well worth considering when shooting and processing pictures. Horizons, buildings and backgrounds – it’s so easy to get all those lines a little crooked. However, straightening the lines in your images can enhance them more than you might think.
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Getting Into the Groove

Author: theprint   Category: General Articles   Views: 8032   Discuss: 16

The newbie’s guide to getting started as an istockphoto contributor.
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Shooting People

Author: theprint   Category: General Articles   Views: 7166   Discuss: 5

Photographing people is one of the hardest things to do, but also one of the most rewarding. In this article, I’ll share some of the most basic tools you’ll need, if you want to work with models. A model, by the way, is anyone you put in front of the camera. So yes, your husband, girlfriend or neighbor can all be models too. Tell them that they are. Make them feel special.
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