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Fall 2012 Issue

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Fall 2012 Issue

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Our fall issue takes a broad look, as well as a look abroad at the business and art of image making, featuring English photographers Kirsty Mitchell and Peter Dench from across the pond, while our Biz section takes you behind the how-to of professional photography, from protecting your images online, tagging photos for the Web, networking and building brand recognition. We also premiere a few select photographers of the week who’ve outlasted their virtual fandom. Appropriately enough, Ask a Geek gives a back-to-school list of gear essentials in TECH, and inappropriately enough, we interview a couple of Playboy photographers who’ve seen it all--top to bottom.

In this issue

-Feature: Peter Dench Shoots the Shite

-Biz: Behind the Biz with Roy Schwalbalch of Jack Studios

-The Experiment: How-to Stop motion animate anything

-Camera Corner: Pentax K30

-History: Van Halen, Balance, by Glen Wexler

-Mobile Photo: The Phonetographers

-Do it Yourself: Transfer Photos onto Wood
 

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Our fall issue takes a broad look, as well as a look abroad at the business and art of image making, featuring English photographers Kirsty Mitchell and Peter Dench from across the pond, while our Biz section takes you behind the how-to of professional photography, from protecting your images online, tagging photos for the Web, networking and building brand recognition. We also premiere a few select photographers of the week who’ve outlasted their virtual fandom. Appropriately enough, Ask a Geek gives a back-to-school list of gear essentials in TECH, and inappropriately enough, we interview a couple of Playboy photographers who’ve seen it all--top to bottom.

In this issue

-Feature: Peter Dench Shoots the Shite

-Biz: Behind the Biz with Roy Schwalbalch of Jack Studios

-The Experiment: How-to Stop motion animate anything

-Camera Corner: Pentax K30

-History: Van Halen, Balance, by Glen Wexler

-Mobile Photo: The Phonetographers

-Do it Yourself: Transfer Photos onto Wood