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Photographer's Theme Exhibition

The Theme Exhibition is open!

A team of seven Atlanta Photographic Society judges have selected theme entries from eleven different members (33 images) for our first Photographer's Theme Exhibition.  

The show runs from September 1st thru October 31st at the Artists Atelier Gallery & Studios on Miami Circle in Atlanta. ...

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Shady Dale Rodeo - Field Trip Report

We had a great field trip/shoot at the Shady Dale Rodeo on June 3, 2017.  The action was non-stop.  Our entire group had complete access to super photo locations, including "back stage" where the cowboys, cowgirls, clowns, horses, and other rodeo animal "stars" prepare for the show.  ...

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More Awards - PSA Projected Image Division

APS members Brandon Ward and Darryl Neill each received an Honorable Mention for images entered in the Photographic Society of America's (PSA's) Projected Image Division (PID) competition. ...

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Special May Program: Problem Solving in Photography - Jim Zuckerman

Thursday, May 25, 2017, 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM

Open House Special Event - (You need not be a member to attend.)

Renowned professional photographer Jim Zuckerman will talk about how he has dealt with numerous challenges while traveling and shooting. He will also weave in some interesting stories, like the stupidest thing any photographer has ever done!

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The Ideal Camera

At the February 2017 APS competition, we saw examples of how good cell-phone made photographs could be. However, in my humble opinion, shooting pictures with a phone is a very poor substitute for a satisfying photographic experience where the photographer controls the results. ...

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Image Manipulation - A Battle Between Good and Evil?

Photographers are wont to argue the merits and demerits of image manipulation.  This two-part article explores the benefits and limitations of photographic image processing and manipulation through an analogy with human communication by literature. 

Part One: A Literature Analogy describes a broad range of literature: history, historical fiction, fiction and fantasy, as a means to relate to our similarly wide modes of photographic expression. 

Part Two: How does all that literature relate to photography?

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