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New Magazine Focuses on the Art and Craft of Photography

The new issue of Shadow & Light Magazine is out and about.  Go to www.shadowandlightmagazine.com for to purchase either a single-issue or annual subscription. Shadow & Light magazine is an online photography magazine that couldn’t wait any longer to be published. It is the brainchild of Tim Anderson, the publisher/editor of Red Dog News, and the former publisher/managing editor of CameraArts magazine. Since CameraArts ceased...

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Editing for Print – Soft Proofing with Tim Grey

If you are printing your work, getting it to look good on the monitor is just the beginning. To make it look awesome on paper, you have to do a bit more work. Red River Paper has teamed up with photography expert and educator Tim Grey to bring you a video series called Editing for Print. Over the coming weeks we will explore a few simple but critical edits before printing that have a big impact. SPECIAL OFFER Red River Paper is proud to offer a...

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The Telephone Game on Red River Paper

We love to hear about and see how Red River Paper products are used, and especially enjoy being able to participate.  So when Matt Rahner from the University of Missouri told us about his latest curated exhibit we were happy to help. The Telephone Show exhibit runs from October 30 to November 7 2014 at Craft Studio in Colombia Missouri and features the work of 17 photographers.  The exhibit consists of 16×20 prints on 75lb. Arctic Polar...

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Interested in a truly different and creative photographic workshop?

  A Photographic Workshop that will immerse you in spectacular and unique subject matter, challenge you with light, shadow, textures, and color…. And take you through the whole creative photographic process from Capture to the Final Exhibition Print. Join Red River Paper PRO Tony Bonanno for WHITE SANDS: CAPTURE TO PRINT, February 17th – February 22nd, 2015. Two and a half days immersed in one of the most scenic and dynamic landscapes...

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ANURA Pocket Photo Drone Will Capture Spur-Of-The-Moment Images

 By Arthur H. Bleich– Jason Lam is a San Francisco designer and builder of Aericam photo drones–the kind used by Hollywood to shoot spectacular aerial scenes that shock and awe. Their prices–in the thousands–can elicit the same response; most require intricate remote control equipment and some even need trained pilots to fly them (from the ground, of course). I wrote about one of Jason’s drones in a photo column about four years...

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Polar Matte Magna Paper Proves Perfect For Making Beautiful Alternative-Process Prints

By Al Lockwood– Although most contemporary photographers inkjet print their work, a smaller (but growing) number print their images by historical or “alternative” means. These are the processes developed in the early 19th century– albumen, Van Dyke, Kallitype, salted paper and others; easily 100 different processes. Each offers the photographer an opportunity to create something truly unique. In an age of digital perfection,...

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Editing for Print – Tonal Adjustments with Tim Grey

If you are printing your work, getting it to look good on the monitor is just the beginning. To make it look awesome on paper, you have to do a bit more work. Red River Paper has teamed up with photography expert and educator Tim Grey to bring you a video series called Editing for Print. Over the coming weeks we will explore a few simple but critical edits before printing that have a big impact.    SPECIAL OFFER Red River Paper is proud to...

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Favorite Photo Locations – Southern Utah

Photos and Article by Shelly Katz– Thinking about going to Las Vegas? Forget about the casinos and bright lights of the strip. Instead take a 2-1/2 hour drive to the northeast and check out Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks in southern Utah. Zion National Park is located on State Route 9 in Springdale, Utah – 163 miles from Las Vegas, Nevada. When you’re ready to move on, Bryce Canyon National Park is located approximately 83...

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Fine Tune Your Exposures With “Smart” Bracketing

by Arthur H. Bleich– Most digital cameras have an auto-bracketing feature that allows three or more images to be shot manually or automatically in rapid succession, each at a different exposure. The first picture is exposed at what the camera’s light meter determines to be correct, followed by an under-exposed image and then another that’s over-exposed. You can preset the amount of exposure difference between shots and sometimes even...

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Timelapse: Valley of Fire Workshops will Focus on Night Skies of the Nevada Desert in October

Only a three spots remain for Timelapse: Valley of Fire immersive three and four-day timelapse workshops that will be held in Nevada, October 19-21 and 23-26th. The workshops will teach techniques needed to capture day and night timelapses– with a focus on the night sky. They are open to photographers and cinematographers at all skill levels and are limited to 12 attendees who will be mentored by four instructors, assuring individual...

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