PhotographyBB Online Magazine 32nd Edition
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The 32nd edition of the downloadable PhotographyBB Online Magazine is now available. The month’s edition examines the origins of noise in digital images and how best to minimize the effects of digital noise. This release also explores lighting techniques for product photography using a single light source, travel photography tips for protecting both the photographer and equipment, and a look at how photographers can make use of YouTube for learning, networking, and self-promotion.
PhotographyBB Press Release
Sept 27th, 2010 – VANCOUVER, CANADA: PhotographyBB announced today, the release of the 32nd edition of the downloadable PhotographyBB Online Magazine. PhotographyBB Online Magazine is a completely free publication with the goal of educating beginner to intermediate level photographers, and has become a leading resource in the future of free information distribution. PhotographyBB Online Magazine offers readers: Digital Photography tips and techniques, DSLR camera function training, discussions on issues surrounding the photo community, and image post processing tutorials in Adobe® Photoshop, and RAW processing in Photoshop Lightroom.
The month’s edition examines the origins of noise in digital images and how best to minimize the effects of digital noise. This release also explores lighting techniques for product photography using a single light source, travel photography tips for protecting both the photographer and equipment, and a look at how photographers can make use of YouTube for learning, networking, and self-promotion.
Editor in Chief, Dave Seeram had these comments regarding this recent release:
I’m excited to report that this edition marks our 32nd monthly release. We’re seeing the times change so rapidly in the world of technology, digital photography, and the internet. That’s why our theme this month focuses on being prepared. A majority of the articles this month are all about forward-thinking, such as planning for a ‘Project 365? for the coming New Year, a Photoshop greeting card tutorial, and some more great Back-to-Basics techniques in Photoshop. Like last month, we’ve also included a brief tutorial on how you can now import the PhotographyBB Online Magazine straight into iBooks for the Apple iPad!
Readers are finding huge benefits with our new FREE subscription method, which comes with an option to enjoy free weekly photo-journals which include tutorials and articles from our blog. Readers can subscribe at http://www.photographybb.com/subscribe where a handful of lucky subscribers will win an extremely cool Canon lens-style coffee mug!
By way of download in PDF format, PhotographyBB continues its trend through the future of free downloadable magazine distribution. Each edition contains informative and educational tutorials for amateur and intermediate level photographers. In addition, the PhotographyBB Online Magazine also features useful and practical tutorials on how to use image processing tools such as Photoshop and Lightroom to build on digital photography post-processing skills.
PhotographyBB Online Magazine is available for free download through the PhotographyBB Website at: http://www.photographyBB.com/magazine
PhotographyBB was founded in Oct, 2006, and is a division of PowerButton Central (2004).
For more information, visit the PhotographyBB website at: http://www.photographybb.com