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Beginners Guide to Photography Part 4

The EPZ Beginner's Guide to Photography part 4

Welcome to the fourth part of the EPZ Beginner's Guide to Photography. In this part of the guide we will be looking at the differences between digital and film photography, and the advantages brought around by modern day developments to digital.

Added: 14th August 2007

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Motorsport challenge with the Pentax K10D

The motorsport challenge with the Pentax K10D

Hot weather, clouds of petrol fumes, gravel and muck churned up and glossy cars screaming past - a great day out for anyone, and we wanted to take some pictures of all this going on.

Added: 13th August 2007
Beginners's Guide to Photography - Aperture and Shutter Speed

The EPZ Beginner's Guide to Photography Part 3

Welcome to the third part of the ePHOTOzine Beginner's Guide to Photography. In this section we are going to be looking at the two main elements of photography which control exposure - aperture and shutter speed.

Added: 6th August 2007
Beginner's Guide to Photography part 2

The EPZ Beginner's Guide to photography part 2

Welcome to the second part of the ePHOTOzine Beginner's Guide to Photography. In this section we are going to be looking at image resolution and how and why the required size of images can vary according to its purpose.

Added: 30th July 2007
Beginner's Guide to Photography - How cameras work

The EPZ Beginner's Guide to photography

Welcome to the first part of the ePHOTOzine Beginner's Guide to Photography. In this section we are going to be looking at how the digital camera works and how images are processed and saved inside the camera.

Added: 23rd July 2007
Which type of light in the studio - tungsten or flash?

Which type of light in the studio - tungsten or flash?

It costs more but there are clear advantages of using studio light over tungsten light in the studio as explained in our beginners guide to studio photography. Words and pictures Chris Burfoot A.M.P.A.

Added: 20th July 2007
Photoshop Scratch disk full - what this error message means

Photoshop Scratch disk full - what this error message means

Peter Bargh explains why you may be visited by this unhelpful message when using Photoshop and then shows us how not to be caught out in the future

Added: 16th July 2007
Digital Photo Frames

Buyers Guide: Digital Photo Frames

With Digital Photo Frames becoming ever popular and the market increasing rapidly, it's hard to know which one to choose, so we've devised this guide to let you know exactly what you need to look for.

Added: 16th July 2007
Tour de France - shooting with a Canon 350D

Diary of the Tour de France

Over the next couple of weeks, sports photographer Chris Wallis will be reporting and photographing the Tour de France for ePHOTOzine. As each stage is complete, Chris will update this diary with details of life on the tour, with a selection of images of the event in progress.

Added: 13th July 2007
How 'right brain' visualization strategies can improve your photography

How 'right brain' visualization strategies can improve your photography

Analysing perceptive skills Angelika Stehle still remembers the ah-ha! effect when she first learned to see. In art the secret to creating and enjoying lies in looking at things in a different way.

Added: 27th June 2007
Angelika Stehle shares her garden photography tips

Wild Gardening for the Wildlife Photographer

Maintaining a beautiful garden while concentrating one's precious time on photographing does not have to be a contradiction in itself.

Added: 27th June 2007
Sam Zaydel explains how to become a Better Photographer in 24 Hours?

Become a better photographer in 24 hours

Sam Zaydel explains how to become a Better Photographer in 24 Hours?

Added: 27th June 2007