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Corso Individuale di fotografia a Torino

Corso di Fotografia livello base 6 lezioni individuali di due ore presso il mio studio fotografico  http://www.fotografico.it/corso.htm Corso di fotografia individuale per permettervi di conoscere la fotografia in ogni sua sfaccettatura Il corso è rivolto a chi vuole avere un insegnante tutto per se per personalizzare l’apprendimento, a chi ha orari difficilmente compatibili con un […]

Fotografo per Eventi Congressi Meeting a Torino

Servizi fotografici professionali per Eventi Congressi Meeting http://www.fotografico.it/eventi.htm si realizzano servizi fotografici per fiere, convention, convegni, congressi, meeting e seminari. Il servizio fotografico mira a cogliere i momenti salienti dell’evento e a ritrarre in maniera dettagliata persone e location per un reportage completo. Il nostro studio si compone di uno staff di fotografi professionisti che […]

Shooting fotografico con 250 scatti, 10 foto post prodotte e 5 stampe € 19,90…….

Shooting fotografico con 250 scatti, 10 foto post prodotte e 5 stampe € 19,90 Shooting fotografico per una persona a 19,90 € invece di 120 Shooting fotografico per 2 persone a 29,90 € invece di 190 Shooting fotografico per 3 o 4 persone a 39,90 € invece di 260 Si potranno effettuare 2 cambi d’abito […]

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Happy Holidays from dpreview

The entire team at DPReview would like to wish all our readers Happy Holidays, Season's Greetings, Merry Christmas or whatever you say in your part of the world. It's been a productive - and at times challenging - year here at DPReview, and we're really excited about our plans for 2015. Wherever you are, and whatever you're doing today, enjoy yourselves and thank you for being a part of dpreview.com!

Shooting for the moon: Photo tips from a NASA astronaut

Many of us have dabbled in astrophotography, but it's a fair bet that none of us have captured star trails quite like Don Pettit has. A NASA astronaut and photographer, part of his job aboard the International Space Station has included photographing Earth from space, capturing aurora and vast glowing cities. Want to learn how to shoot like an astronaut? Read his eight tips for shooting in space. Learn more

Studio update: Cameras added to our comparison tool that you may have missed

It's been a busy few weeks around the DPReview office. Alongside full-length reviews, we've been busy making sure our camera roundups are up to date as well as preparing seasonal content like our holiday gift guides. We know you've been busy too, and you might have missed some of the most recent additions to our studio test scene. Read more

Starstruck: Adam Woodworth's nighttime photography

Photographer Adam Woodworth has been taking photos in one way or another for as long as he can remember. Over the past few years one of his many areas of focus has been landscape astrophotography, specifically imagery that captures perfect alignments of the galactic center of our Milky Way Galaxy over haunting New England locations. Take a look at his work and read our Q&A. See gallery

National Geographic Photo Contest 2014 winners announced

Winners of the National Geographic's 2014 Photo Contest have been announced, with first place winners in three categories bringing in cash prizes. The overall Grand Prize winning photo (above) has earned a total of $10,000 and a trip to National Geographic headquarters. Take a look at some of the winning images. See gallery

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