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Photography Tutorials — Lighting

Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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Understanding the lighting to show texture is the most important concept in photography. This tutorial takes you step by step to achieve superb results
Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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Why just use available light alone if it is not sufficient. This article will explain some essential techniques that involve mixing ambient light with flash to help you create great images.
Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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Candles are a unique light source. Using candlelight to light a scene can result in breathtaking photos. Candlelight temperature is different than flash, daylight or regular bulb light. Using candlelight is hard and requires experience.
Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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Contrast is the range of difference between different tones in a photograph. In black and white photography, contrast describes the difference between the darkest and lightest tones, but also defines the grayscale. In color photography, contrast applies to how sharply colors stand out from one another.
Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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Recently, we took a look at how to create stunning high key images in a studio environment, producing bright images with an emphasis on beauty and clarity. Today we’ll jump to the other side of the lighting spectrum and examine what low key lighting is and how you can achieve it in your own work.
Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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Landscape photography is an area rarely associated with artificial lighting – there are few forms of photography more dependent on the sun than outdoor and landscape shooting. However, in this tutorial, I’ll show you how tricky or even boring landscapes can be brought to life with a little lighting.
Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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You’d be surprised how much information is available through your camera’s viewfinder. In today’s tutorial, we’re looking again at one of the most important elements of photography – exposure – and how you can expose a perfect photo using just the information shown in your camera viewfinder!
Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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If a very bright light from outside the subject hits the glass, the reflections can cause a range of major image effects. These include washed out color, loss of contrast, bright shapes in the image, often polygonal, the shape of the diaphragm. It’s not unusual to see bright streaks as well.
Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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Many of us have heard of bracketing and then discard it as something too difficult or impractical. But, this little technique can almost guarantee you the perfect exposure of an image every time. Let’s take a look at a few simple steps to great images.
Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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If you want to improve the quality of your photography, one thing you can do right away is learn to use natural light better. The good news is that unlike good quality lenses and camera bodies, natural light is free. The best photographers seek out the best quality light for their subject. Their quest for better photos is paralleled by a search for better light.
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