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  • Too many negatives

    Too many negatives
    Q: I've been putting off converting my 35mm photos (negatives) to digital. I've been looking for something I can load a stack of negatives (or photos), push a button and voila! Know of anything on the market? -- Steve A: You want a flatbed scanner,...
  • Natural Perspectives: Capturing the majesty of nature

    Some of us members of the Photographic Society of Orange County traveled to the Eastern Sierra last week to photograph fall foliage. Vic stayed home to take care of the chickens and to teach his college classes. That work thing of his really interferes...
  • Nikon Coolpix L22

    Nikon Coolpix L22
  • More on scanning negatives

    More on scanning negatives
    Here's why we count on you readers to help us out. Maybe you remember Steve? He had stacks of 35mm negatives to scan, so he asked us to recommend a scanner. Judging by our e-mail responses, this is a hot topic for a lot of people. We suggested the pricey...
  • Nikon Coolpix S1100pj

    Nikon Coolpix S1100pj
  • Expert: 'Isn't she beautiful'

    Expert: 'Isn't she beautiful'
    Janice Hess, a resident of Newport Beach's Dover Shores neighborhood, snapped this picture Tuesday afternoon of a bobcat roaming near her house on Holiday Road. The bobcat was presumed to be the one known as Babe, who has been seen in the neighborhood...
  • Police Report

    AREA 1 3200 block of Valley Heart Drive A residential burglary occurred between the hours of 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. on June 22. Residents reported a Nikon camera and lenses and an Apple computer as stolen. The home was reportedly entered by smashing the...
  • Riding the wave of photos

    Riding the wave of photos
    When Clark Little captured his first photo of a large shorebreak wave on Hawaii's North Shore just more than three years ago, the Oahu resident never dreamed he would one day become a world-renowned photographer. "My wife just wanted some art for our...
  • Kodachrome, RIP: World's a winter day

     
    by Mark Silva Kodachrome is fading away. For many decades, the little roll of delightfully slow film gave us "those nice bright colors.... the greens of summer.'' And, as Paul Simon once reminded us, it made us think "all the......
  • Commercial shoots rebound in LA

     
    Here's a commercial break to be happy about. Commercial filming on the streets of LA is on the upswing, which hopefully might mean there is a thaw in the nationwide economy as advertisers show more willingness to spend money. On-location......
  • Aerial photographs capture Southern California landscapes

     
    Aerial photographer Bill Dewey can never forget the exhilaration he felt on his first airplane ride as a boy, flying among the clouds high above the Borrego Desert. "The magic of flying is astonishing," said Dewey of that initial flight,......