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Photography Tutorials — Accessories

Photography » Accessories — over 6 years ago
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Get an overview of how ratings, labels, and flags can help you maintain greater organization with your images.
Photography » Accessories — over 6 years ago
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NAPP Instructor RC Concepcion goes over the process of setting up your camera to shoot tethered to your computer using Adobe Lightroom 2.
Photography » Accessories — over 6 years ago
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Most people tend to think of tripods as being a “unit”. In reality, most full-sized tripods can be purchased as two parts: the legs and the head.
Photography » Accessories — over 6 years ago
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The concept is that the three core lenses are able to bend, rotate or flex with the outcome that only selected portions of the scene will be in focus.
Photography » Accessories — over 6 years ago
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Whether you want to get more serious about professional studio photography or you want to expand your current lighting setup, this tutorial is meant to give you an introduction to the different types of basic lighting equipment. Hopefully you’ll come away with enough knowledge to aid you when shopping for new gear.
Photography » Accessories — over 6 years ago
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When shooting with a hotshoe flash, there are are some common questions. How should I adjust the settings on my flash? How will the manual and TTL modes affect my images? What is flash sync, and more importantly what is first curtain sync and second curtain sync? Where should I point my flash? What is flash zoom? All these questions and more will be answered in this tutorial.
Photography » Accessories — over 6 years ago
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This tutorial/article addresses a couple of these flash accessories, why it’s useful to have it in your gear bag and how you can manufacture your DIY version at home.
Photography » Accessories — over 6 years ago
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Prime lenses let in much more light than a zoom lens. Whereas a zoom may have a maximum aperture of say f 3.5-f 5.6 prime lenses have a maximum more like f 1.4-f 2. Aperture settings (along with focal length and distance to the subject) control what appears sharp in a photograph.
Photography » Accessories — over 6 years ago
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In this tutorial, I will show you how to make two easy diffusers for your flash.
Photography » Accessories — over 6 years ago
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Polarising filters are great for shooting in direct sunlight as they remove glare from non metallic objects and in turn create more naturally saturated colours. The effect created by a polarising filter is one of the only effects that can't be replicated in post production, and this post teaches you all about how to use it properly.
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