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Picture of the Month Statue in the Snow

By NYIP Staff on October 16th, 2011

NYIP Student Cindie J. Leer's photo "As It Was" is a transcendent portrait of a bronze soldier surveying the empty Gettysburg battlefield, once the stage for the bloodiest battle of…

What to do When Someone Steals Your Photo and Turns it into Hate Mail

By Chuck DeLaney on October 1st, 2011

The minute I came across this story — just as it was picked up by the national press — I wanted to find out more. Here are the key points:…

Digital Photo Frames

By Richard Martin on September 10th, 2011

Holiday shopping options have been a big subject in the news recently. In these economic times, people will be spending less we’re told. The research and forecasting people predict that…

Picture of the Month Multiple Image of a Woman

By NYIP Staff on September 1st, 2011

Photo by NYIP Graduate Cathy Quinte When photography was in its infancy (1839 or thereabouts) people were amazed by the realism the camera delivered. Why, there's Cousin Nell when she…

Picture of the Month Landscape

By NYIP Staff on August 29th, 2011

Photo by NYIP Student Mei-Min (Zoe) Peng I have heard some ignoramuses say that there is nothing to a landscape photograph. Find some pretty scenery, aim your auto-everything camera in…

Photographing a Rally

By NYIP Staff on August 23rd, 2011

One interesting development of this first decade of the 21st Century has been the convergence of still photography and video. There are lots of digital cameras, both point-and-shoot models and…

Printing Digital Photos

By Richard Martin on August 23rd, 2011

Inkjet Printing - The Next Step? Regular readers of our Web site know that NYI Student Advisor Richard Martin is very serious about his photography and that he has done…

How to Take Great Photos of New York City Part 2

By NYIP Staff on August 17th, 2011

Readers will notice that this two-part series on photo tips for visitors to New York City was written prior to the September 11 attack that demolished the World Trade Center.…

Shooting Interiors

By Chris Corradino on August 9th, 2011

Versatility is an important virtue of a working photographer. Think Swiss Army knife; flexible enough to handle any situation. Sure, you can specialize in certain areas like nature, fashion, or…

Photography as Inspiration

By Richard Martin on August 6th, 2011

Editor's Note: Since Richard Martin retired a few years ago, he's been kind enough to find some time to write for us and be a participant in NYIP's Forum. His…