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Photography Tutorials — Composition

Photography » Composition — almost 8 years ago
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This photography tutorial explains how to set up a professional sunset photo composition along with camera settings for the situation.
Photography » Composition — almost 8 years ago
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Have you ever felt intimidated by the thought of taking photos of other people? Believe it or not, once you're over your initial nerves, people are one of the easiest subjects to photograph. Why is this? Well, imagine that you're taking landscape photos. Most of us don't live in a spectacular landscape, which means we have to drive somewhere to take the photo. Once there, if the weather and light aren't good, there's not much we can do.
Photography » Composition — almost 8 years ago
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Working as a music photojournalist can be very rewarding and a great way to develop skills in demanding situations. This simple 15 step guide aims to give you an insight into the world or music photography, both for promo portrait shots and in a live setting.
Photography » Composition — almost 8 years ago
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This tutorial will explain the design elements of composition in details
Photography » Composition — almost 8 years ago
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If you want to add a new dynamic to your photography then try adding pattern, form and texture. They will add a new depth to your images and help you rise to a new level in your photography.
Photography » Composition — about 8 years ago
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In this episode, author David duChemin selects an image titled "Dark Passenger" from the flickr pool to illustrate the issue of balance within the frame, why we compose images the way we do, and the rule of thirds.
Photography » Composition — about 8 years ago
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In episode 15 of the Within the Frame podcast series, David duChemin discusses why lines are important in an image and the functions they serve including visual exploration.
Photography » Composition — about 8 years ago
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In episode 14 of Within the Frame, author David duChemin discusses how conceptual contrast makes a bold statement in an image titled "Hop, Jump." He also reveals the new direction he's taking with this series.
Photography » Composition — about 8 years ago
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Many photographers, even some fairly advanced amateurs, misunderstand how to properly employ lenses of different focal lengths. Although selecting a lens isn't really a step-by-step process, for purposes of keeping everything organized and showing you how to evaluate a scene, that's how it will be presented here. This tutorial will explain the reasoning behind choosing a particular lens, and highlight how considering the angle of view can lead to a fantastic photograph.
Photography » Composition — about 8 years ago
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In the 11th episode of this series, David duChemin critiques a photo aptly titled "Know when to hold it" - not to be confused with the hit song by Kenny Rogers. He emphasizes the concept of simplicity and how it effectively tells a story when executed properly. He also talks about "intuitional shooting" and why "what if" is a very powerful question you should ask yourself not only when you're photographing, but also in post-production.
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