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Desktop Theatre, Sc. 10: Apparently Everyone Gets One

 

 

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Desktop Theatre, Sc. 9: Diplomatic Discord

 

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The Computer, The Painter, The Image and His Brushes

When Dr. Michael Roach asked me if I might consider writing an article for DigitalAppleJuice, I was taken aback. I am a painter, and, one could say, a primitive, when it comes to the making of digital images. At least I used to be. Over the past five years, for a number of very practical reasons, I have become more adept at manipulating images on my Mac,

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Desktop Theatre, Sc. 8: Visitor

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Desktop Theatre, Sc. 7: Repose

 

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Desktop Theatre, Sc. 6: Massacre

 

 

 

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Desktop Theatre, Sc. 5: This Ain’t No Fooling Around

 

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Find Your Passion…

Being artists, we tend to be more passionate about things than those using the other side of their brains. Of course I am not saying you can’t be passionate about numbers, but I have a feeling my accountant gets his kicks away from his nine to five. We are blessed in that Art can truly bring out the passionate side in a person who can see it for what it is.

What is passion exactly?

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Exposure & Lighting for Digital Photographers Only

I recently encountered a relatively new book by Michael Meadhra and Charlotte K. Lowrie entitled Exposure and Lighting for Digital Photographers Only published by Wiley Press in 2007. 

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Desktop Theatre, Sc. 4: Don’t Be Cruel

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Desktop Theatre, Sc. 3: Feast

 

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The Nikon D300 Camera at Work

My job as a Still Photographer in the motion picture industry requires me to get the best possible images for publicity purposes. This requires me to constantly update my equipment when new and better technology is developed.

Such is the case with the Nikon D300 camera which hit the market in Dec 2007 and is now available without the waiting list that it had for several months. I had been using the Nikon D2x and the Nikon D200 cameras for several years, and a Nikon D100 and D1x prior to that.