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Introducing Digital SLR Cameras

Posted by Adrian Stone on: 11th Mar 2013

Digital SLR cameras are so called because they have an internal mirror for you to compose your photo accurately. The image you see in the viewfinder is reflected through the lens, so it displays exactly what you see in your photo. DSLRs also allow you to swap the lens, which expands the range of photographs……

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Interview: It's Not As It Seems Competition Judge Malin Sjoberg

Posted by Stacey on: 11th Mar 2013

Bolivia by Malin Sjoberg

"Illimani", La Paz, Bolivia, 2009 © Malin Sjoberg 2013.

Our last competition New Beginnings closed for entries on February 28th and not being ones to wait around we have now launched a new competition. The theme this time around is Not as it Seems and you can find more information about the new competition over on our competitions page.

Whilst you get your creative head on and figure out what to submit we would like to introduce you to our judge for this competition. Malin Sjoberg grew up in Stockholm, Sweden and holds a BA in International Relations (Boston University) and BFA in Photography (Art Institute of Boston). Her main interests range from vernacular photography to documentary photography and contemporary uses of historic processes otherwise known as antiquarian avant-garde. Malin has kindly agreed to take a place in the hot seat and answer our questions.

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Image Formats And Print Requirements

Posted by Stacey on: 8th Feb 2013

These terms are used to describe your photo technically. Term Definition Notes Image formats: · Raw Raw format preserves all the image's data; the file is uncompressed. Best format for advanced photo editing, but large file to store. Can slow PC. ·……

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Interview: New Beginnings Competition Judge John Hales

Posted by Stacey on: 7th Feb 2013

Beware of the Puppy by John Hales

Beware of the Puppy by John Hales

As you all know by now, our latest competition New Beginnings is open for entries. We are looking for images that portray your interpretation of this exciting theme and the lucky winner will be awarded a 16-megapixel Nikon Coolpix digital camera. To be in with a chance of winning this great prize you will need to submit your entries before the closing date, which is the 28th February 2013.

In the meantime we have caught up with the judge of the competition, John Hales, to find out a little bit more about him.

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PPI, DPI And Resolution

Posted by Adrian Stone on: 28th Jan 2013

What do these terms mean? Let's start with PPI (pixels per inch). A pixel is the smallest element in your digital file. The pixel count of your image (or photo) is usually recorded numerically, by height and width. The number of pixels in the image is the image's resolution. Large images have……

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