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Photography Tutorials — Tips and Tricks

Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 9 years ago
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This article will walk you through a ‘typical’ day in the life of a British press photographer. You’ll discover what it takes to find stories, learn what images are required for the 21st century media, understand the importance of equipment and technical knowledge, identify what pressure exists and what can go wrong when photographing Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth during a regular visit.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 9 years ago
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Any successful artist needs an audience. If you are trying to make a living with your photography, then mastering your camera is only one part of your career. Creating and marketing your personal brand can take your photography from part-time to overtime. Your website needs fresh content to keep visitors coming back, and what is better than a photo-a-day project to let people know they can see something new every time they stop by to look around!
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 9 years ago
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There it is, the perfect scene! But your lens isn't wide enough and the sun's going down. Here’s how to fuse Panoramic and HDR photography in a way that should help you to capture that astonishing scene.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 9 years ago
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To Summarize: High quality, stable shot, good lighting and composition, creative framing and good exposure control. Use your eyes and creative talents, and capture some great fall images.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 9 years ago
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Normally every time you take a photo, you want the subject to be as crisp and clear as possible. However, today, we will talk about a technique that hides almost everything from the viewer, leaving it all to the imagination and delivers a stunning effect at the same time.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 9 years ago
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It is helpful to think of a RAW file as having three distinct part: Camera data, usually called the EXIF or metadata, including things such as camera model, shutter speed and aperture details, most of which cannot be changed.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 9 years ago
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A slow shutter speed will need to be chosen to show the motion of the water. The slower your shutter speed the greater the motion captured. I suggest you experiment. After a shot immediately check the results on your LCD screen. Then adjust, to a slower or faster shutter speed, until you get the shot you want.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 9 years ago
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With travel photography you want to convey not only the sites and scenes you have seen but also the feelings and emotions associated with the locations. The unexpected is always around the corner when you travel and with some careful preparation and a keen photographic eye you can produce some memorable results.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 9 years ago
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It’s no wonder that so many people photograph wildflowers. However, like any other area of photography, creating wildflower images that rise above the ordinary requires knowledge and skill. Thus, this article looks at seven ways that can be used to create great wildflower images.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 9 years ago
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All DSLR cameras and most compact digital cameras have manual and automatic modes, but they also offer semi-automatic modes. That means you can be a little creative, and still allow the camera to control the exposure for you.
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