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Actinometers

Toronto. Since the beginning of photography people tried to find reliable ways to predict the correct exposures for a given light and scene. One idea was to expose a sensitized contact paper in the shadows enough to “tint” the paper … Continue reading

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Digital still needs a Pro Photographer

Toronto. Kurt Iswarienko in a recent article on PetaPixel discussed the digital darkroom. Basically, the article noted that while moving from chemistry to pixels meant an easier task to transform a shot, it still took a professional photographer to make … Continue reading

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Newsletter 11-1

Bob Lansdale’s first newsletter of our 2011-2 membership year introduces Amanda Rataj, our May speaker, reviews the excellent talk last month by Heather Morton, offers a guide from Ralph London to identifying some Kodak colours (from the era of colourful … Continue reading

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