Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
It takes more than just a nice camera and a desire to take pretty pictures in order to be successful in this creative yet technical professional field.
We live, eat, sleep, work and relax in colour. Our worlds are profoundly influenced by colour. Understanding and controlling colour is fundamental as you learn digital photography.
This article should help show you that shooting at night doesn't have to be complicated and hard, rather, it can be very easy. Just follow a few good pieces of advice and you'll be well on your way to amazing night photography.
Photography Video + article with tips: Photographer shoots during Tropical Storm Irene
Panoramic Photography can be classified into 3 types: the cylindrical, spherical and planar panoramas. And the cylindrical panorama includes inner-cylinder and outer-cylinder panorama.
The bottom angle allows the viewer a fresh and different perspective of the same scene or situation. In many cases, this provides a vantage view of the location and allows the viewers to explore new perspective of the monument, landscape and sometimes events.
This article is for the guests at weddings (Royal wedding or otherwise) who may want to remember this occasion by looking at pictures, and giving some of their shots as gifts to the married couple.
There are four factors that will determine the success of your portrait shots and they are composition, depth of field, lighting and your subject. Let’s take a look at each of the factors and see how it can help you to take better portraits.
Taking great vineyard images can be challenging. Pictures can turn out blurry, have sunspots and lighting issues or just have nothing to distinguish them from a million other vineyard shots.
Photographers have to learn to apply these rules. They also have to learn how to take advantage of them to enhance the images being captured. Last but not least they also have to know and understand when to break them.
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