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In Topic: Darkroom Techniques

24 January 2012 - 07:40 AM

A darkroom is a specialized light free environment designed for artists who work in the medium of photography. In order to develop film and prints, artists need to work in darkness to avoid exposing the light sensitive emulsions which cover photographic paper and film before they are developed. A darkroom can vary widely in size and design, depending on the type of materials being worked with in the darkroom and the number of artists sharing it. Often, artists work together in the same darkroom to share the costs of photography.
A very basic darkroom usually has an enlarger for making prints, along with an assortment of developing chemicals in separate tubs. To develop prints, the artist exposes photo-sensitive enlarging paper to light through an enlarger, and then dunks the photograph in a series of developing chemicals to bring out the latent image.

In Topic: Anything Related To Photography

24 January 2012 - 07:35 AM

For a Good photography you must buy a good camera. There are many companies which provide lots of range in cameras.choose the company according to your range.
and the other thing is now film cameras are out of date.Generally people buy Digital cameras because it easy to take images in pC's and pendrives so that you can easily take the print of your photos.
Digital cameras are high in pixel quality.they produce very clear picture even if you are taking photo from a distance.The zooming capasity in digital cameras are better than any other.So I suggest you to buy digital camera for photography acfcording to your range.

In Topic: Digital Photography Tips

24 January 2012 - 07:16 AM

A camera that stores images digitally rather than recording them on film. Once a picture has been taken, it can be downloaded to a computer system, and then manipulated with a graphics program and printed. Unlike film photographs, which have an almost infinite resolution, digital photos are limited by the amount of memory in the camera, the optical resolution of the digitizing mechanism, and, finally, by the resolution of the final output device. Even the best digital cameras connected to the best printers cannot produce film-quality photos. However, if the final output device is a laser printer, it doesn't really matter whether you take a real photo and then scan it, or take a digital photo. In both cases, the image must eventually be reduced to the resolution of the printer.

The big advantage of digital cameras is that making photos is both inexpensive and fast because there is no film processing. Interestingly, one of the biggest boosters of digital photography is Kodak, the largest producer of film. Kodak developed the Kodak PhotoCD format, which has become the de facto standard for storing digital photographs.

In Topic: Canon F33 Slr

14 December 2011 - 09:43 AM

EOS 33 is the ideal camera to take your photography to a professional level.

Some good features are:-

1. High performance eye control with 7-point AutoFocus
2. Powerful seven-point area AF 35-zone
3. Evaluative metering
4. Fast and silent operation

In Topic: Leica M2

14 December 2011 - 09:39 AM

Through all these above posts i think that Leica M2 is a good camera and I really wish to try this with my photography.