Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
Working with models is a great way to experiment with photos that you couldn’t take on your own, and it often leads to even better photos as you have someone to bounce ideas off. This post covers everything you need to know about working with a model and how to act professionally around them to get the best results.
This is an indoor portrait taken in near darkness, resembling a birthday cake shot. You’ll need: A darkish room the doesn’t have a lot of stray light coming in, One or more candles, and willing model.
Flower photography in a garden is very rewarding as you learn digital photography. Be prepared to experiment and break the rules.
Metering is the process that the camera goes through to look at a scene and work out what the exposure should be. There’s a variety of different modes that you can use to best suit the type of photo that you’re taking and in this post we’ll be looking at exactly what the modes do and when you should be using them.
Just some fun things you can do when post-processing, I guess.
It’s not just enough to be good – you’ve got to find your own unique voice. The question is – how? This article will take you though several things that you can to do help you discover and carve out your own one-of-a-kind path as a photographer.
Viewpoint is vitally important to any photo so always be very aware of your position in relation to the subject or object of interest.
Pro photographer shares experience from an assignment where he almost lost a shot he was hired to capture
In this new series entitled ‘Shoot My Shot’, i’m going to show you a photo that i’ve taken and the steps that I took to get there to help you understand how the Pro’s take their photos and to reassure you that we get just as many misses for just 1 hit!
The Harris Shutter effect is a lot of fun to play around with when you’ve got some spare time and is an easy way to impress friends. This effect can be used in just about any situation where you can keep the camera steady and is a great way to show movement in a photo.
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