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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Basics — over 5 years ago
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Limited resolution wasn’t Puymorin’s only handicap. The camera’s SD card slot was broken, meaning he could only shoot about 14 images before the built-in memory filled up. Additionally, the LCD screen was “barely larger than a postage stamp.” How about that? Some of the locations that he shot in were a bit claustrophobic and bland, to say the least.
Photography » Basics — over 5 years ago
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Get five pro tips for turning spontaneous moments into unforgettable photos! Plus, gain the skills and confidence to think like a storyteller and shoot your most compelling family photos yet. Enroll in professional photographer Kirk Tuck’s online Craftsy class Family Photography: Candid Moments & Storytelling for just $29.99—that’s 50% off for PictureCorrect readers!
Photography » Basics — about 6 years ago
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As 2013 draws to a close, we reflect back on the high points (and low points) experienced in the past year. Many people look back on the year by reviewing the top news stories, Google searches, and top videos, but we are revisiting the events of 2013 in photos.
Photography » Basics — almost 6 years ago
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Five-hundred-thousand dollars gets you 1,000 grams of platinum, while $1 million gets you 3,500 grams and, according to their website, “$UNLIMITED” gets you enough platinum to, presumably, fuel the entire South African economy through the next half-century.
Photography » Basics — over 8 years ago
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Understanding focus modes is key to getting the photo that you want in a hurry – it’s the difference between the photo being in focus and out of focus. You’ve probably struggled to focus in the past and not been entirely sure why it just won’t lock on exactly what you want it to, but don’t fear, this post will tell you everything you need to make sure you never lose focus again.
Photography » Basics — almost 6 years ago
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Stanton strives to make a real human connection with each of his subjects. Rather than simply snapping a quick portrait, he talks to each person, asking such questions as, “Do you remember the happiest moment of your life?” and “What’s your greatest challenge right now?” or simpler queries like “What’s the hardest part about math?” or “So, you really have plain looking underwear?”
Photography » Basics — almost 6 years ago
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Call him a daredevil, call him a criminal: a 16-year-old boy just broke into One World Trade Center, a skyscraper touted by some as “the number-one target for terrorism in the entire planet,” just to snap a few quick pictures and climb back down. He was promptly arrested. Go figure.
Photography » Basics — almost 7 years ago
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Being a great street photographer is not just about being able to compose great photographs. To be a good street photographer, one must know how to be stealthy when needed and sociable when the time calls for it. There is a delicate balance between the two that require an almost instinctive understanding of the nature of people.
Photography » Basics — over 7 years ago
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For their latest ad campaign, the Canadian Paralympic Committee pulled out all the stops to create a rather impressive campaign. The photograph, which you can see below, tells the story of how a Paralympic athlete came to be, starting with the car accident in which the runner lost his leg.
Photography » Basics — about 6 years ago
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“Everyone’s photos tend to start looking the same… [but a good photo] tells something that is memorable, or that makes you feel something, or reflect on something,” Fullana said. “It’s not the tool you have in your hands. It’s your eye, your heart, your brain. That’s all.”
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