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Why SLR’s give better results

There is much mystique about cameras, and some snobbery as well.  Just as a Mercedes in the car park outranks the humble Toyota,...

Welcome to the Third Dimension

Photography is a two dimensional art form.  Height and width and that’s it, I’m afraid.  To get the three dimensions of height, width...

WYSIWYG – Don’t forget it

  There are many ‘rules’ in photography, all of which can be broken, but as far as composition of a shot is concerned, the...

Recording the New Year fireworks

Fireworks this weekend as Thailand brings in the New Year.  2011 is upon us, and I hope it will be a good year...

Give yourself a subject

There is so much more to photography than pictures of your aunt Maude and the nephews next time they come to Thailand.  Do...

Photographing “Xmas”

Next weekend will be Xmas, and for the young people it is an event with much anticipation.  For many older folk it...

Overcoming photo problems

There are many traps for young players in the art of photography.  These are not problems with either film or digital cameras, most...

Manipulating the image

There is more to photography than just ‘record’ shots.  These shots are those you take of your wife at the beach with her...

Photography for Retirees

Getting older has some down sides, I think everyone would agree, but to make the twilight years more fun, is most important.  That...

Digital difficulties

When shooting action, panning gives the best results.  Now many of you will have cameras with an “Action” or “Sports” mode that you...

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Thailand Seniors Championship (ITF Grade A) returns to Pattaya

FITZ Club – Racquets, Health and Fitness together with The Aspen Tree by Magnolia Quality Development Limited and Singha Corporation, will stage one of...

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Community Services

Alcoholics Anonymous: The Pattaya Group meets Monday, Tuesday and Friday at 5 p.m., Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at 7:30 p.m. All meetings are...