In this section you'll find photographic features that explore holidays and photography courses, details about members meetings, trials and tribulations of installing new software along with general discussions on the art and business of photography.
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The memory card reader is a useful device that connects to the computer's USB port, allowing images, music or video files to be uploaded from flash memory cards, without the need for the camera to be connected to the PC. In this buyer's guide Rebecca Bradley reviews nine of the latest readers on the market.
- 17 May 2007
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Aperture is a unique and powerful image editing and organisation tool, which offers full control of the RAW image workflow. A generous free trial offer has been extended by Apple to celebrate the launch of Aperture version 1.5
- 23 Apr 2007
David Toyne, the editor of ePHOTOzine's professional portfolio section, speaks with Hellen Van Meene.
- 22 Feb 2007
Paul Morgan explains that flash accessories can be made for next to nothing, all that is needed is a little creativity and a little spare time.
- 24 Jan 2007
Over 20 ePHOTOzine members meet up at Wildwood on 30 Decemeber
- 2 Jan 2007
When the announcement that Adobe had bought Pixmantec surfaced, it left many photographers who took advantage of Rawshooter Essentials wondering what their options are now that this free software package has been discontinued. Gary Wolstenholme takes a look.
- 19 Dec 2006
Jonathan Taylor talks with David Toyne about his experiences as a photo journalist
- 30 Nov 2006