Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Now it doesn’t matter what type of camera you’ve got – whether it’s a simple point-and-shoot, or the latest Nikon with a top-of-the-range lens – you’ll become a better photographer by following these guidelines.
For Joel Meyerowitz, being a street photographer is more than just taking good photographs, it’s about taking images that are capable of awakening emotion and consciousness.
Every cat owner that I know of is overly enthusiastic about their cats. Cats are great subjects for photographing. You can have a lot of fun taking a lot of cool poses and pictures of your cat when you know how to do it the right way.
In this article we have a video tutorial showing photographers how to photograph smoke. After a few mishaps and a small studio fire, Kai is able to get off some good smoke shots from a bundle of incense sticks.
Pinterest is a fairly new social networking site (closed beta launched on March 2010) whose main service is to share photos, videos and links. What is most intriguing about it is that it allows users to create and manage theme-based image and video collections on what they called “pinboards”.
Each artist, irrespective of their specific discipline, brings their own voice and vision to their chosen art. That which is internal to the intellect of the artist, is unique and independent of external training.
In photography, there are three fundamental aspects that every photographer should familiarize themselves with: aperture, shutter speed, and ISO. The video below does a great job of laying out the basics in an easily understandable manner.
Although paid ads can serve a useful purpose for some, it’s obviously preferable for our photography business to appear as high as possible in the natural search results.
According to DSLR Traveler, getting some great photographs while travelling starts by making sure you are packing the right equipment. So find yourself a DSLR, a tripod, and a few extra batteries and sd cards and you’re on your way.
In this short video, photographer RJ Hidson demonstrates a fairly simple set up to get very striking multiple exposure images using Nikon SB-800 and SB-900 flashguns.
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