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Articles in the Magazine during 2006

Part Eighteen - Processing an Image using Adobe Camera Raw
Describes how to process a raw image using the raw converter included in the latest versions of Adobe Photoshop software

January 2006 Magazine

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Part Nineteen - Colour Printing
Gives some tips and tricks for making excellent colour prints at home

February 2006 Magazine

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Part Twenty - Entering the Twilight Zone - Taking the Picture
Describes how to take pictures of moving trains at night

March 2006 Magazine

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Part Twenty One - Entering the Twilight Zone - Processing the Picture
Describes how to process pictures of moving trains at night to get the best image quality

April 2006 Magazine

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Part Twenty Two - Simple Improvements
How to make simple improvements to contrast and brightness, particularly lightening the front of the train in a realistic way

March 2006 Magazine

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Part Twenty Three - Simple Improvements
Describes how to take make some several simple improvements to a picture

June 2006 Magazine

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Part Twenty Four - Reflections
Unwanted reflections in a locomotive windscreen can have a major impact. This article explains how to fix them.

July 2006 Magazine

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Part Twenty Five - Sharpness Problems
Images can sometimes have sharpness problems which ruin their appearance. This article explains some techniques for improving sharpness.

August 2006 Magazine

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Part Twenty Six - Dealing with Dust
Dust particles on the digital sensor can cause marks on the image. This article explains how to identify dust marks and eliminate them from the image.

September 2006 Magazine

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Part Twenty Seven - Combining Images
Processing digital images on a computer offers new possibilities that are impossible with ‘conventional’ printing from negatives and slides. One of these involves combining multiple images using special software to produce a single picture where the seams are invisible. The technique has a surprising number of uses for the railway photographer and this month’s article shows a range of examples. October 2006 Magazine

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Part Twenty Eight - More Tips on Combining Images
Continuing from Part 27, this article explains the right and wrong ways to take a series of images ready for joining on a computer later. It also describes various programs you can use for joining images.

November 2006 Magazine

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Part Twenty Nine - Close to the Edge
Continuing from Part 28, this article explains how to ‘rescue’ an image where the locomotive was too close to the edge of the frame by joining it to a photograph of empty track.

December 2006 Magazine


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