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What a fabulous electronic new age we live in.
The Time Machine program in my MacBook Pro refused to back-up my hard drive to my Seagate external hard drive.
Looking at familiar scenery through a different lens.
England is a magical place of witches, elves, goblins and fairies; no, I didn’t see any.
Last month I photographed some acrylic and watercolour paintings; what an elaborate setup it is to properly photograph such paintings.
Raw images are the closest to film that one can get from a camera. RAW images are non compressed and not processed in the camera.
Do you notice spots on your digital prints, always in the same place? Then chances are that you have a dirty DSLR camera sensor.
Black and white film leads to richer photos than digital.
Library seminar on lighting was a hit for photography instructor Norman Silverstone
Ace photographer Norman Silverstone offers tips and tricks of the trade for taking pro-quality pictures of your children.
Photographer Norman Silverstone photographs the moon in its fullness.
Ace photographer Norman Silverstone imparts tips and tricks he's picked up over the years in the trade.
Photo aficionado Norman Silverstone gives his take on taking pictures with a small camera.
A few weeks ago I photographed three generations of women at Victoria Quay.
Advice on everything photography from ace photographer Normal Silverstone.
Ace photographer Norman Silverstone is a man with a cam and a plan, who had fun with friends recently in the Valley.
Ace photographer Norman Silverstone has some adventures while tooling about town with his camera while riding his Vespa.
Port Alberni photographer Norman Silverstone is enjoying a different kind of freedom in shooting scenes he reaches on his new Italian Vespa.
Port Alberni-based photographer Norman Silverstone talks children, computer security in his latest column.
Photography expert Norman Silverstone talks studio tours and computer malware in his latest column.