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In our inaugural issue you will find an article on fall colors in the Eastern Sierras by Tom Hill as well as E.J. Peiker's wish list for a future digital SLR camera bodies. E.J. provides some insightful information on both current features and possibilities for the future. You can learn to recover up to roughly a stop of over-exposure by using linear conversion overlays. And finally, you can take a close look at a versatile lens that provides telephoto range for a relatively low price: the Sigma 50-500mm. Be sure to check out the workshops page and the forums, too!
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There is now one opening on the Monday ITF-Workshop, and three on the Tuesday session For details, see: http://www.birdsasart.com/queens.html
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