Digital Editing: Where Do You Draw The Line?

From time to time the question comes up of whether or not the use of Photoshop and similar image editing programs means that digital photography isn't "real" photography anymore. While Photoshop is a great tool to help overcome the limitations of the photographic process, it can also be used to change just about anything if you want to. So in order to answer the question, I guess it all depends on where you draw the line....

A SureFire Way to Save on CR123A Batteries

There once was a time that, if a camera or flash used batteries at all, it was powered by one or more trusty 1.5 volt AA (LR6 in some parts of the world) cells. More and more though, equipment manufacturers seem to be converting to either proprietary, rechargeable lithium-ion batteries or else the new fangled CR123A cell. But while AA batteries were cheap and readily available, it's a bit harder to find good deals on quality CR123A batteries....

Getting a Nikon Scanner to Run on 64-bit Vista

Not everything plays nice with Microsoft Vista, especially the 64-bit version. That much is a given. But sometimes clever people come up with ways to get things to work anyway. That's what this week's PhotoTips article is about. Specifically, I'd like to pass on how some Google searching helped me get my Nikon Super CoolScan LS-4000 ED scanner to work on 64-bit Vista....
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