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Photography Tutorials — Accessories

Photography » Accessories — about 7 years ago
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Do-It-Yourself projects are now the new thing to do in your spare time. In this DIY, you will learn how to create a fully functional thirty inch ring light that only costs a fraction of the price of buying one new. So get up off the couch and add a another light to your studio arsenal!
Photography » Accessories — about 7 years ago
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This article is about the single most important piece of equipment you’re going to buy: the lens. There are myriads of different lenses out there, and it’s easy to get lost.
Photography » Accessories — about 7 years ago
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Today we’ll look at a few of the benefits of shooting with a wide aperture. If you’re new to photography there will be some key insight here into one of the biggest factors for taking professional quality photos that will stun your friends and family.
Photography » Accessories — over 7 years ago
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We’re taking another in-depth look at a new camera today, the Canon EOS 550D (the EOS Rebel T2i). This is Canon’s latest consumer Digital SLR offering, and the specifications certainly pack a punch. Can it live up to all the hype? Read on to find out.
Photography » Accessories — over 7 years ago
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In order to run you through the process of building your own IR camera, I will use the steps taken to modify a Kodak EasyShare CX7330. It is a typical compact point-and-shoot digital camera from a few years ago.
Photography » Accessories — over 7 years ago
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Nowadays a softbox needn’t be all that expensive – you can get nice results for $100 or even less. But what if there’s a way of making it much cheaper, with the same results? That’s what we’ll be explaining in this DIY tutorial; how to make a softbox with professional results for less than $20.
Photography » Accessories — over 7 years ago
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Macro photography can be an absolutely stunning way to view the world as you’ve never seen it before. However, high equipment costs represent a formidable barrier to entry in this particular field, leaving anyone without a large lens budget left out. Today we’ll discuss how to bypass these costs with some cheap and crafty tricks for getting up close and personal with your subjects.
Photography » Accessories — over 7 years ago
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What we want to build is simple: a crisp and smooth white surface, without any angles and bumps. It also needs to be cheap to build, very light and hopefully quick to put together. It will have some limitations of course, for example the size will only allow you to shoot small objects. But how big you make it is entirely up to you.
Photography » Accessories — over 7 years ago
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Fixed-focus lenses are not the same thing as auto-focus lenses. The automatic mechanism of an auto-focus lens still must adjust the lens to achieve maximum sharpness. A fixed-focus lens, on the other hand, never needs to be adjusted to deliver sharp images.
Photography » Accessories — over 7 years ago
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There are still some effects in photography that simply cannot be reproduced without the use of lens filters. Here we give you an overview of the most essential filters that every photographer should learn to use.
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