Today's Stamford Advocate has a great article on how our Fairfield County camera clubs & organizations have helped to educate area residents to improve their photographic skills. There's some great tips from area photographer Ron Landis as well: http://www.stamfordadvocate.com/entertainment/article/Photo-success-Practice-expert-direction-432222.php Slowly, the shift from analog to digital photography is becoming complete. First, the word that Fuji has stopped producing most of their color negative films and now, Kodak has stopped producing color sheet paper: http://thephotographypost.com/blogs/post/rachel/kodak-color-sheet-paper---rip-and-sibling-photo-power-574 Yesterday also marked the introduction from Manfrotto of a new online tutorial platform called the Manfrotto School of Excellence. Allowing users to log on and access the experience and know-how of the world’s most famous photographers and videographers, the Manfrotto School of Excellence will offer a series of free training sessions of varying difficulty (from beginner to advanced level), designed to add to the knowledge of all enthusiasts, amateurs and professionals alike. The next session will be a webinar with acclaimed photographer Joe McNally covering "Effective Lighting With Just One Light" on April 8th. Interested? Then click onto their website for more info and to register: http://www.manfrottoschoolofxcellence.com/ Finally, our wishes to you & yours for a Happy Easter! CWS will be open for our normal hours today & tomorrow (10-6), ready to help you with all your photographic needs. Enjoy the weekend!
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