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Articles in the Magazine during 2007

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Part Thirty - Leaning Objects
Railway photography is full of rectangular shapes which can sometimes take on an unexpected ‘leaning’ appearance. This article explains how the effect happens and how to correct it.

January 2007 Magazine

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Part Thirty One - Better Night Photography
Night photography is a popular branch of the hobby especially during winter months. This article describes a number of techniques for improving night photographs.

February 2007 Magazine

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Part Thirty Two - Low Sun
Explains some techniques for processing pictures to retain the colourful skies seen when the sun is low.

March 2007 Magazine

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Part Thirty Three - Printer Troubles
Making colour prints using an inkjet printer is a popular part of the photographic hobby but sometimes the printer can give trouble. This article describes some common problems and how to deal with them.

April 2007 Magazine

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Part Thirty Four - Burnout
Reflections can cause quality problems on an image, especially when they are so bright that they cause ‘burnout’ - that is, the area of the reflection turns white. The magazine article explains a quick technique for covering up a burnt-out area.

May 2007 Magazine

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Part Thirty Five - Black & White Images
It is possible to convert digital colour images to excellent quality black & white images that rival those from black & white film. This article explains and compares several conversion methods.

June 2007 Magazine

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Part Thirty Six - Preparing Black & White Images for the web
When preparing black & white images using the method described in
Part Thirty Five the result can lack contrast. This article explains a simple way to increase the contrast and add more visual ‘snap’ to the appearance

July 2007 Magazine

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Part Thirty Seven - Watermarking
There have been numerous examples of copyright theft where images have been taken from a photographer’s web site and displayed elsewhere. One way to discourage this is to add a photographers copyright label to each image in a process sometimes called watermarking. This article describes how to prepare and apply a watermark.

August 2007 Magazine

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Part Thirty Eight - Automated Watermarking
Continuing from the
previous month, this article describes how to automate the process of adding a watermark so that it can be performed in a handful of key strokes

September 2007 Magazine

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Part Thirty Nine - The Sun Dipped
Sometimes (too often for most photographers) the sun is covered by a cloud at the worst time, causing an awkward shadow across the train. This article explains how to get rid of the dark area and improve the overall appearance.

October 2007 Magazine

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Part Forty - Storing Your Images
There’s little point in going to a great amount of trouble building a collection of photographs, only to lose them all after a computer problem. This article describes the options for long term storage and how to ensure your collection is safe.

November 2007 Magazine

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Part Forty One - Unwanted Objects
Sometimes you may have unwanted objects in the picture that you wish to remove. Two techniques for doing this are demonstrated.

December 2007 Magazine


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