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Adobe Photoshop for the Family Photographer

By Sharon Gumerove on May 7th, 2007

As photographers, we've known for a long time the power of digital photography and the amazing capabilities of today's digital imaging programs. It's hard to imagine a time when you…

Picture of the Month Woman in Cave

By NYIP Staff on March 16th, 2007

Have you ever looked at a certain image that when viewed one way seemed to be an old lady in a rocking chair? But if you looked at the same…

Photographs Arriving and Departing on All Platforms

By NYIP Staff on January 2nd, 2007

Introduction "Mother died today. Or maybe it was yesterday, I don't know." These electrifying first sentences of The Stranger by Albert Camus caused a stir when first published in the…

Picture of the Month Woman with Cigarette

By NYIP Staff on November 16th, 2006

All too often, in the modern scheme of things, we as photographers are fearful of shadows. We bend over backwards (sometimes) to avoid shadows on the wall. And so we…

Show Me Early Morning

By NYIP Staff on November 4th, 2006

Background: It's out! My latest book, Photography Your Way: a Career Guide to Satisfaction and Success ‚ published by Allworth Press, is in the bookstores or, you can purchase it…

Adobe DNG Converter Workflow

By Richard Martin on July 6th, 2006

In a previous article, I mentioned Adobe DNG as an archive strategy for preserving RAW files. Here, I'm going to spell out my step-by-step procedure for utilizing this tool. You'll…

Available Light in the 21st Century

By Richard Martin on June 13th, 2006

First, let's take a little trip back in time. When I began in the 1950's, photography was still largely a black & white medium, especially in the realm of photojournalism.…

The End of Film Photography

By Richard Martin on March 15th, 2006

Film's death has been proclaimed ever since digital became a practical (and affordable) proposition. But recent shocking announcements in the media force us to take a closer look at this…

NYIP Photo Blog is Now Live

By Zach Heller on September 10th, 0201

We are proud to announce our new NYIP Photography Blog featuring industry leading content and tips. Having just celebrated the school's 100 year anniversary, NYIP draws on a rich history…

NYIP Staff Picks Photography DVDs

By Chris Corradino on September 9th, 0201

NYIP Curriculum Developer Jay Johnson picked Born into Brothels by Ross Kauffman and Zana Briski. "I was mesmerized by eight children from the streets of Calcutta, India's red light district…