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Photography Tutorials — Lighting

Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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In this article we’ll be taking a look at how you can work with available light, making the most of the natural illumination around you. We’ll consider direction and colour, as well as how you can make the most of overcast days.
Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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In this article what I am describing is one light and one or two reflective surfaces to help bounce that light or to fill in the shadows. With one light and one or more reflectors, you can make amazing photographs.
Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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What is exposure? In photography, it simply means the amount of light to which the film or sensor has been exposed. The next question is how do we control the exposure? The shutter speed is one factor, the aperture setting is another factor.
Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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Hand holding a camera limits the shutter speed you can use without getting a blurred image. It depends on who’s holding it as some have steadier hands than others, but most people find the lowest shutter speed at which they can keep everything steady is by matching the shutter speed to the focal length of the lens setting.
Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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Tired of seeing black eye sockets and whitened out faces in that last series of snaps you took at the family outing? It’s easy to get a much better result if you just look at the light. No light, no picture, but what counts is the light quality and direction.
Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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Getting to grips with exposure is an issue for most amateur photographer and newbies yet so easily understood. By grasping a few simple principles you are on your way to great images. A great image needs perfect exposure and so in order to get that perfect exposure you need to take note of just three factors.
Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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The light levels can vary from scene to scene, or from subject to subject. So there are a few different ways digital camera meters can measure the light. The three most common are listed in this article.
Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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This step by step tutorial Video will show you the lighting setup required to create superb bottle Image.
Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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There are basically two kinds of lighting to consider for portraiture: natural and artificial. Considering the pros and cons, as well as requirements for different situations, will help you decide which kind to use.
Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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It is important to understand that the effective distance of any flash depends on the Aperture and ISO. For example, at f/8 and ISO 100, the built-in flash will be effective only if the subject is within ~5 feet from the camera.
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