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Photography Tutorials — Lighting

Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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ISO should be one of the easiest aspects of digital photography to master, but many beginners in photography still have a hard time understanding this fundamental camera setting.
Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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Photographers tend to pay a lot of attention to light. In fact, we often think of light as one of the most important aspects of photography. On the other hand, shadows may seem to be less important – simply a lack of light. This would be a major mistake — for light is nothing without shadows.
Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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You probably noticed that on-camera flash can ruin an image of a beautiful arrangement. Direct flash produces harsh shadows and glaring front lighting. In this video tutorial we show you how you get wonderful flower images using, the most inexpensive, clamp lamp style of lighting.
Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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Generally, you want the sun behind you when you take photos. That’s when you are more likely to get a blue sky, and shadows are all pushed away from you. Find out the direction that a tourist sight faces. If it faces east, visit it in the morning part of the day. If it faces west, visit it in the afternoon part of the day.
Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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Watch this tutorial video to learn how to cheat Mother Nature. Create sunlit image in your studio/home environment, using the most inexpensive lighting equipment ever.
Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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Reflective objects could be a real pain to photograph. In this tutorial, we explain the basic physics of light by demonstrating in a video how to create a superb image with minimalistic equipment.
Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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If you are utilizing natural light you will depend on the Kelvin level to find out the temperature of light and consequently the color of light. The coloring of light is essential to maintaining the colors you see around you.
Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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Good lighting is key to any successful portrait. With on-camera flash, you encounter problems that detract from a quality picture. For example, flash brightly illuminates your subject in an unnatural, flat light. It can also cast harsh shadows behind your subject – especially if they are positioned near a wall, or some other object.
Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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Sometimes with certain scenes, light meters are fooled by the conditions and make their own decisions. Most times they work great but there are times when they just don’t get it right. This is when exposure compensation can be used.
Photography » Lighting — over 7 years ago
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Wildlife photography combines a range of skills, both creative and technical. Many people struggle with one aspect in particular; knowing the best light for capturing their wildlife photo.
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