Tag Archives: Digital

shooting product photos today

Toronto. I know, I know, we are an historical society but after all, digital has been around for decades and how we record photographs has changed for ever, especially with vastly higher ISO ratings, lens stabilization, auto-everything and ever smaller … Continue reading

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we’re back …

Toronto. Did ya hear the news? On October 1st, the PHSC Big One is back in person once again! We are now using a SATURDAY for the fall fair but we are indoors once again at the Trident Hall (Evans … Continue reading

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The BIG one – PHSC Fall Fair October 1, 2022

Toronto. Our fall fair indoors and in person! Want a table? let Mark know at fair@phsc.ca. It’s been a while since we hosted an event indoors at the Trident Centre – Evans just south east of Islington in West end … Continue reading

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value of a photo

Toronto. Today, we take photos for granted. Every smartphone comes with a camera. Dozens of shots can be taken on a whim at no further cost to the owner of the little technical marvel. It wasn’t always so.  At its … Continue reading

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Apollo Remastered

Toronto. Over a half century ago, man first walked on the moon. In the Apollo flights, photography recorded the events. In those days photography was film based and suffered the usual amateur and film issues – focus, stability, exposure, resolution … Continue reading

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the digital dilemma or where have all the photos gone

Toronto. My good friend, George Dunbar, writes, “I’ve just discovered this 2005 article in my files and thought it may be useful. “It was published in the local newsletter of an Apple/MAC computer club. As many of you know, this … Continue reading

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Communications courageous

Toronto. When photography was first announced back in January, 1839, the world was ecstatic. Samuel F. B. Morse, inventor of the telegraph, was visiting France that year and brought the Daguerreotype process back home with him to America. It was … Continue reading

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head west, young collector

Toronto. Our good friend Tonchi Martinic out on the lower mainland in BC sent me a message the other day about the Vancouver Camera Show on September 25th this year. Tonchi writes, “Hi Bob and club members, “I apologize for … Continue reading

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did ya hear da news ….

Toronto. Well the Ontario election is over. A bit underwhelming all in all, but Dougie is back in power and the Trident Hall is open for business once again. Our FALL FAIR – THE BIG ONE – is on Saturday, … Continue reading

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PHSC Trunk Sale July 16, 2022

Our Annual Outdoor Trunk Sale at Trident Hall this year is on SATURDAY, July 16th, 2022 from 8am until Noon. Vendors – call Clint (see poster below) to reserve a spot! Need more information? Email fair@phsc.ca or info@phsc.ca! Use this … Continue reading

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