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Photography Tutorials — Lighting

Photography » Lighting — almost 8 years ago
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Here are several tips to help you capture the best images in dark indoor settings. You will be taking long exposures, and any camera motion could impact the quality of the image.
Photography » Lighting — almost 8 years ago
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Understanding how different lighting affects an image is half the work of creating better photos. This article aims to give a brief overview of the different types of light you might encounter as a photographer and how to use them to your advantage.
Photography » Lighting — almost 8 years ago
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There are two parts involved in exposing film or a digital sensor to light. One is the intensity of the light and the other is the length of time the light is allowed to strike the film or sensor. Exposure= intensity x time.
Photography » Lighting — almost 8 years ago
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Getting the right exposure is essential to any quality photo. Exposure is the amount of light that is let into the camera which contributes to the photograph that is recorded.
Photography » Lighting — almost 8 years ago
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Bright sunny days are not always the best time to take good photos. Too much bright light can be a bad thing so you need to know what time of day is best.
Photography » Lighting — almost 8 years ago
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The Ultimate Light Box flash modifier comes as an easy-to-use kit that makes your photos look like you had lots of equipment and time. See how the ULB beat the pants off of other modifiers, including Gary Fong's Lightsphere II.
Photography » Lighting — almost 8 years ago
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When it comes to bouncing light, reflecting light, or using power ratios the key is always practice before you get into the situation that you have to use it.
Photography » Lighting — about 8 years ago
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I have long been a fan of rim lighting and, given the opportunity, would prefer to use it over a single light source. Rim lighting, which is often referred to as back light or even hair lights, is simply light placed on your subject which gives the appearance of a light outline. This technique pulls the subject off the background and offers some depth and dimension to what you are shooting. This article outlines how to setup your lights to achieve such an effect and also covers some simple po
Photography » Lighting — about 8 years ago
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Do you ever see a picture and wonder how the photographer obtained perfect lighting on a subject? You might be asking "What kind of flash does he use?" or "What are the settings on his camera to get such lighting?" In this tutorial, I will be explaining the secrets to turning your pictures into perfection.
Photography » Lighting — about 8 years ago
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Light has the ability to create many different types of dramatic effect, though there is none as vivid as cross polarization. It awakens the imagination with its vibrance of colors. Though this technique was popular 20+ years ago, it seems to have been lost in the digital shuffle. This tutorial will walk you through the process and equipment to experiment with cross polarization.
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