Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
When you’re a photographer, it’s only a matter of time before friends and acquaintances start asking you to do them favors—favors like photographing their weddings. And it’s tempting. You’re a good friend. You like taking pictures. And it’s just a few hours of work, right? Wrong.
Have you ever worked through an entire shoot never realizing that you had the ISO set to 3200? Or have you made the mistake of not changing back after having taken a group shot with a shutter timer delay?
The tilt-shift is an extremely versatile lens. In a neutral position the lens acts as any other, but add a tilt and the options for selective focus play are many. Jay P. Morgan guides us through a shoot at the Yanks Air Museum in Chino, California and offers a simple explanation of tilt-shift focusing.
Children are the most wonderful subjects to photograph. They can make you sweat blood, stand on your head, max out every emotion of frustration, helplessness, and exhaustion you have ever had — and then make up for it all with their innocent exuberance, gorgeous open smiles, and their beautiful young faces.
It’s not always easy to explain, but it’s definitely easy to see. When an image has a lot of noise, it appears grainy and unclear. This happens when your camera’s ISO value is set high—the higher the ISO, the more noise.
With the advent of the smartphone, mobile photography has carved out a niche in the world of photography. Nowadays it’s quite easy to get a high quality shot with the camera on your phone, and with the numerous apps out there for editing, a photo doesn’t even have to leave your mobile OS before turning into a great piece of art.
Lackey’s key to success when photographing toddlers is knowing that it’s 90 percent psychology and only 10 percent shooting. Being able to work through whatever moods the child is displaying is part of capturing authentic emotions. Those natural smiles and candid looks are what makes the portraits so great
Whether you are an amateur or a professional photographer, red skin tone is a problem that you’ll see in your photos quite often. Thanks to Photoshop, however, getting that perfect skin tone is just a few mouse-clicks away.
The luxury of owning a copy of the latest photo editing software doesn’t come with the automatic right to ruin a perfectly good composition using weird spot color effects. Similarly, if the composition is way off there is no way to salvage it using spot color (sometimes referred to as selective color). Unfortunately, that is exactly what many photographers do.
Create a simple and nice animated 3d Cube, this is how to use CSS3 3D transformations (translations, rotations and animations) to create a 3d box
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