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Random Notes for Easter Weekend...

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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...

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A new look at old barns...

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Did you catch the featured front page story in yesterday's Stamford Advocate?  If not, you should. It talks of an compilation of about 40 photographs that will be part of an exhibit called "Barn (Consciousness) Raising". It's set to open this March at the Mayor's Gallery inside the Stamford Goverment Center. The subjects are the picturesque barns in the greater Stamford area, rustically beautiful yet many facing extinction. Sixteen local photographers (including longtime CWS customer Phil Nelson) have participated in this project, curated by Renee Kahn and will be part of a census conducted by the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation. We congratulate all involved &...

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