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By JULIE E. GREENE | February 22, 2009
o View slideshow Recent wintry weather has turned trees, shrubs and fields crystalline and provided a beautiful canvas for Tri-State-area photographers. We frequently feature readers' photos on this weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images. Quality is key. Sharp, large, color images look best. Close-up photos show detail better. If the subject is small, get close or use a telephoto lens to make the subject large in the photo.
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By JULIE E. GREENE | October 10, 2009
View the Slideshow! These mushrooms, fruits and flowers were all grown and photographed locally. We frequently feature readers' photos on this weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images. Send us a variety of subjects. Avoid family portraits, posed scenes or news photos. And please help us avoid repetition. We get lots of photos of deer, flowers, butterflies and sunsets, so offer something different.
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By JULIE E. GREENE | September 28, 2009
The bear will probably elicit an "oh. " The beetle and skink will most likely draw an "ew" or "eh. " The bunny and chick are sure to result in "awwwwww. " The turtle and the salamander might just, too. We frequently feature readers' photos on this weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images. Send us a variety of subjects. Avoid family portraits, posed scenes or news photos.
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By JULIE E. GREENE | September 12, 2009
o View slideshow Color's nice, but sometimes a black-and-white photo has more impact. Sometimes one-color photos do a better job of showing pattern, texture or composition. Other monochromatic techniques, such as sepia tone or infrared, also make an image stand out. We frequently feature readers' photos on a weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images.
NEWS
By JULIE E. GREENE | June 20, 2009
Sometimes, stepping into your yard can be like walking into a natural art gallery. And some photos make you feel like you're in a garden. Welcome to our readers' garden. We frequently feature readers' photos on this weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images. Send us a variety of subjects. Avoid family portraits, posed scenes or news photos. And please help us avoid repetition.
NEWS
By JULIE E. GREENE | July 19, 2009
View the slideshow From the rivers and the land to the clouds and the sunsets, landscapes are popular photo subjects for Tri-State-area photographers. We frequently feature readers' photos on this weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images. Send us a variety of subjects. Avoid family portraits, posed scenes or news photos. And please help us avoid repetition.
NEWS
By JULIE E. GREENE | April 12, 2009
To see more photos, go to slideshow These photos, like the weather this past week, serve as a reminder that winter is not long gone. We frequently feature readers' photos on this weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images. Send us a variety of subjects. Since we feature wintry images here, send us something different for our upcoming pages. Avoid family portraits, posed scenes or news photos.
NEWS
By JULIE E. GREENE | March 2, 2008
Whether they meant to or not, the Tri-State-area photographers whose submissions are featured on this page captured some funny - or at least odd - images. Most of the humor they just happened upon. A couple photographers contributed to the humor: Putting a face on a tree. Tilting a camera when snapping the shutter. We regularly run readers' photos - funny, fleeting, eye-catching, poignant, thought-provoking or otherwise - on this photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs from the Tri-State area.
NEWS
By AMY DULEBOHN | November 21, 2009
"I'll buy you tall, tall trees and all the waters in the seas," was a line from a popular country song nearly 15 years ago. Trees, most of them tall, seem to be a topic fancied by amateur photographers in our area. We frequently feature readers' photos on our weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs - preferably from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images. Send us a variety of subjects. Avoid family portraits, posed scenes or news photos.
NEWS
By AMY DULEBOHN | November 9, 2009
The air is developing a chill, and, by now, most leaves have fallen from the trees, so it's not too early to think back to the glorious colors of summer. Here is a look at some of the floral beauty captured by readers around the area. We frequently feature readers' photos on this weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs preferably from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images. Send us a variety of subjects.
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By AMY DULEBOHN | November 21, 2009
"I'll buy you tall, tall trees and all the waters in the seas," was a line from a popular country song nearly 15 years ago. Trees, most of them tall, seem to be a topic fancied by amateur photographers in our area. We frequently feature readers' photos on our weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs - preferably from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images. Send us a variety of subjects. Avoid family portraits, posed scenes or news photos.
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By AMY DULEBOHN | November 9, 2009
The air is developing a chill, and, by now, most leaves have fallen from the trees, so it's not too early to think back to the glorious colors of summer. Here is a look at some of the floral beauty captured by readers around the area. We frequently feature readers' photos on this weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs preferably from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images. Send us a variety of subjects.
NEWS
By JULIE E. GREENE | October 10, 2009
View the Slideshow! These mushrooms, fruits and flowers were all grown and photographed locally. We frequently feature readers' photos on this weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images. Send us a variety of subjects. Avoid family portraits, posed scenes or news photos. And please help us avoid repetition. We get lots of photos of deer, flowers, butterflies and sunsets, so offer something different.
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By JULIE E. GREENE | September 28, 2009
The bear will probably elicit an "oh. " The beetle and skink will most likely draw an "ew" or "eh. " The bunny and chick are sure to result in "awwwwww. " The turtle and the salamander might just, too. We frequently feature readers' photos on this weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images. Send us a variety of subjects. Avoid family portraits, posed scenes or news photos.
NEWS
By JULIE E. GREENE | September 12, 2009
o View slideshow Color's nice, but sometimes a black-and-white photo has more impact. Sometimes one-color photos do a better job of showing pattern, texture or composition. Other monochromatic techniques, such as sepia tone or infrared, also make an image stand out. We frequently feature readers' photos on a weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images.
NEWS
By JULIE E. GREENE | July 19, 2009
View the slideshow From the rivers and the land to the clouds and the sunsets, landscapes are popular photo subjects for Tri-State-area photographers. We frequently feature readers' photos on this weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images. Send us a variety of subjects. Avoid family portraits, posed scenes or news photos. And please help us avoid repetition.
NEWS
By JULIE E. GREENE | June 20, 2009
Sometimes, stepping into your yard can be like walking into a natural art gallery. And some photos make you feel like you're in a garden. Welcome to our readers' garden. We frequently feature readers' photos on this weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images. Send us a variety of subjects. Avoid family portraits, posed scenes or news photos. And please help us avoid repetition.
NEWS
By JULIE E. GREENE | April 12, 2009
To see more photos, go to slideshow These photos, like the weather this past week, serve as a reminder that winter is not long gone. We frequently feature readers' photos on this weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images. Send us a variety of subjects. Since we feature wintry images here, send us something different for our upcoming pages. Avoid family portraits, posed scenes or news photos.
NEWS
By JULIE E. GREENE | February 22, 2009
o View slideshow Recent wintry weather has turned trees, shrubs and fields crystalline and provided a beautiful canvas for Tri-State-area photographers. We frequently feature readers' photos on this weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images. Quality is key. Sharp, large, color images look best. Close-up photos show detail better. If the subject is small, get close or use a telephoto lens to make the subject large in the photo.
NEWS
By JULIE E. GREENE | June 23, 2008
These photos submitted by readers have an artsy feel, and some of them were manipulated to give that effect. One photographer prolonged the shutter exposure allowing for the effect of slow moving water. Another used a special lens to get a shot of a tiny lichen and heightened the color. Another simply let nature provide the artsy look. We invite readers to submit their best recent photographs taken in the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images.
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