Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
If buying a new camera or lens gives you nightmares of random photography terminology, you are not alone. One term that you’re likely to hear more often than others is optical image stabilization. Know more about it in this tutorial.
Since the desert looks practically the same wherever you turn, the view in a mirror placed in a desert-scape can look transparent. And if you attach mirrors all over a shack in Joshua Tree, California, you get something pretty awesome.
This is probably the hardest part of my process to describe. Hiking in the highlands, I am privileged to have access to some amazing landscapes,; as I walk through them I am overwhelmed by options. This makes it hard to identify when I see a truly special scene, since it can be drowned out by choice.
Varaksinia and her team sketched out an idea for her personal project in pencil and ink. From a visual on paper, a design team and two pint-sized models worked together to bring the the 2D into 3D.
Sinclair didn’t take any shortcuts. She built the set for the photo shoot herself, carefully detailing each plaster frame, vial, and flower to represent an 18th century doctor’s office. Her costumed models sat in for Dr. Jenner and an 8-year-old patient, James Phipps, who played an important role in developing a vaccine for smallpox.
Tolar chases sunrises while others still sleep and dream. At the earliest hours, he’s already out there hunting for images. And he thinks you should do that, too. Landscape photography is best accomplished before, during, and right after sunrise.
How to build a portrait portfolio from scratch. Maybe you have no clients yet or you want to target a different kind of client. Here's some tips..
Over and under exposure tends to be the result of the meter taking readings from the wrong things. If you set your camera to spot metering, you can tell your camera to take readings from whatever you want.
I can remember taking my first pictures when I was seven years old. While on a family vacation, my parents bought me a miniature camera for a few dollars. It used tiny little film and took tiny little black and white pictures.
This is a comment I hear every day in my gallery. What many people don’t understand is that the type of camera you use is not the key to improving your photography.
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