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PHSC News 17-10 for April 2018

Toronto. Another magnificent theme based issue of our favourite newsletter went out this morning to all who are on our list (just drop me an email to join). The wacky little (really little) digital camera looks like a wedge of … Continue reading

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Between a rock and a hard place…

Toronto. Close-up photography was generally used to close the gap between close photography – say a metre – and a low power microscope. On the 35mm frame the object was about 1/4 to 1/1 ┬álife size. In the early 20th … Continue reading

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Macro at PhotoEd – Fall 2016

Toronto. The fall 2016 edition of PhotoEd has an article by Paul Eekhoff on macro photography (pp22-25). Since the beginning of photography we have been fascinated with macro photographs. Even before 1839, microscopes allowed those curious about macro views to … Continue reading

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