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Photography Tutorials — Technique

Photography » Technique — over 8 years ago
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This week David duChemin critiques "The Devil's Chopsticks." David discusses the mystery of the photograph and the superior lighting you'll see in the image.
Photography » Technique — over 8 years ago
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In the sixth episode of this series, David critiques a photograph, titled "Eden," of a little girl in a purple dress. He also reveals why he selects particular images from the Within the Frame Flickr pool.
Photography » Technique — over 8 years ago
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Make a splash with your photography as digital photography expert Gavin Hoey demonstrates the strobist set up required to capture the beauty hidden in a drop of water.
Photography » Technique — over 8 years ago
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This week David duChemin critiques an image of a young girl at a birthday party.
Photography » Technique — over 8 years ago
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Learn how to create time lapse photography without an expensive camera.
Photography » Technique — over 8 years ago
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Tune in for this week's image critiques from David duChemin. You'll hear about lighting, color depth, foreground, and background, as well as the importance of a photo's focus.
Photography » Technique — over 8 years ago
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David duChemin critiques two more images submitted on the Within the Frame flickr group. David talks about the potential for the first image to become iconic. David's critique of the second image focuses on lighting and the importance of POV (point of view).
Photography » Technique — over 8 years ago
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This tutorial explains how to use a macro lens and off camera flash to take professional macro digital photos.
Photography » Technique — over 8 years ago
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Capturing a photo of a bird is much harder than any other animal or object. This tutorial will help you to learn more about birds, how to approach them, how to focus your camera, what aperture and lens to use, and more.
Photography » Technique — over 8 years ago
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On this tutorial I will be showing how to make a radical sequence just like the ones I posted last week. It's very simple and easy and after you read this you can go out and make your own sequence and become inspiration for those who never done it.
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