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© Colby Brown

July 01, 2013

You are invited to experience the digital edition of AfterCapture magazine. See the 2012 AfterCapture Digital Imaging Contest Winners' Gallery - extraordinary images that will inspire you.


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© Oli Sansom

Shooting For the Edit and Blowing Your Client's Minds

A 30 Rising Star of 2015 shares how to see what's not in front of you.


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Simply Color Lab

Adam Fried started a company with one large-format printer out of a garage in 2005. He called the startup Simply Canvas and, true to its name, it sold gallery wrapped canvases to professional photographers. Simply Canvas grew rapidly, moved into a new building, and began hearing requests for more services. Customers wanted the company to handle paper prints also, for instance.


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Hahnemuhle USA

Hahnemühle USA is a subsidiary of Hahnemühle FineArt GmbH, which began making paper in 1584, and entered the fine art inkjet paper market in 1995. The brand has a reputation for "quality, consistency and variety," says sales manager Bob Haupt, and it all starts with what he calls "the water story."


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Bay Photo Lab

More than 35 years ago Larry Abitbol was printing his own photographs in an old storage area in Santa Cruz, California. Other local shooters started asking him to print their images, and the growing demand led Abitbol to open Bay Photo Lab in 1976.


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Guy Noffsinger

Guy Noffsinger: Airborne Access

Aviation shooter Guy Noffsinger explains his “up above” technique from on the ground.


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Shades of Paper

Shades of Paper is a retailer with a rallying call. “We like to say, ‘Go Team Shades!’” says the company’s sales and marketing associate Roberta Scott. “We’re a team here and we like to think of our customers as our friends and that we’re truly helping them create masterpieces.”


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Alexia Sinclair

Alexia Sinclair: A Royal Feast

Several years ago, award-winning Australian photographer Alexia Sinclair set out to create a series of extravagant, meticulously made images of historical queens, sometimes containing hundreds of separately shot elements. <br />


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