Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
Panoramas are wide-format photography that capture images that feature elongated fields of view. Typically, specialized software or equipment is used to produce this aesthetic effect.
Photographers and other artists often have to manage and convert a huge chunk of images. If you want to convert a bunch of images to another file format, you will be happy to hear that there are tools that can do this job with a lot of images at once. In this tutorial we will learn to use a free tool called IrfanView, to make the image conversation process as easy as possible.
Nature is full of beautiful textures and patterns, and photography is one of the few mediums that can capture it in all its intricate detail. Today’s photo is a gorgeously textured close-up of an elephant that was taken at a watering hole at the Salt Lick Lodge in Tsavo West National Park, Kenya:
While symbolism is clearly important in art, economic impact is also of utmost concern to Rodríguez-Gerada. As such, he uses only local, natural materials that harbor no negative environmental impacts, such as charcoal—and for WISH, mountains of dirt, sand, and rocks.
Photographing kids is not easy. They’re quick, spontaneous, and not always cooperative. But patience and persistence will get you the shots that you really desire.
Packaging was next on Lennartsson’s to-do list. Hours of man power went into making sure each action figure‘s box and wrapping reflected the photographer’s brand, which emphasizes natural lifestyle and travel photography.
If you haven’t already done so, make it a point to shoot in some other mode aside from auto. You can use the full manual mode, or aperture priority and shutter priority modes also make excellent options. In order to take more interesting photos you’ll need to have a solid understanding of exposure, and also some familiarity with the basic functions of your camera.
Timelapse videos are made by taking thousands, usually tens of thousands of still photos and editing them into a sequence during post productions. Suhada employed a few other techniques such as camera pans and hyperlapse video (timelapse video taken while moving), both of which only contributed to the gorgeous photography making this timelapse a standout in its class.
One of the beauties of photography is that it can capture and preserve split-second moments that would normally be lost to the human eye. The following collection of 50 perfectly timed photos shows that not everything is always as it seems.
Look closely and you will see the silhouette of a person, or some palm trees, or even a seagull flying by. There is virtually always something that the photo is about other than the pretty colors. It may be only a visual whisper, but it’s there, and it is what separates the image from just another sunset photo.
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