Thursday, December 01, 2005


Home many times have any of you readers found yourselves in a cemetery trying to photograph a grave stone or marker with the sun at your back and all you have is your shadow covering the marker? Just step to the other side of the stone to let the sun shine on the marker, lean over it and snap away. When you have the photo or digital image processed, just turn it around and behold you have nice looking photograph with no shadows. No one can tell that you took the picture upside down.

Harry Short
Concord, California

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PhotoPlus Expo in New York City
and Kodak no longer makes slide projectors
PhotoPlus Expo in New York City - Google Search

PhotoPlus Expo 2005 repoert
"Though film isn't dead yet, you could be forgiven for thinking it was based on the relative visibility of film and digital products. I know film's not dead since there was a line at the Kodak booth for free samples!

Film wasn't the main push for Kodak though, as they were certainly emphasizing their digital products and services."

PhotoPlus Expo 2006 will take place at the Javits Convention Center in New York City between November 2nd and November 4th, 2006.


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