Apr 07, 2011 — 7 comments
The COOPH team is back with more tips to capture unique and funky photos using a few everyday items and a lot of creativity. Photographers Anastasia Ehlakova and Julia Gebhardt have some great ideas when it comes to adding really cool effects to your images.
In tilt-shift photography, a real world scene is made to look like a miniature version or a model version of it. It is done in two ways. Let’s look at both ways for this trick photography and special effect.
Is there a need for UV filters? Photographer Karl Taylor clear things up about it.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to shoot a wedding? That is exactly what this photography for beginners post is all about!
One of the most common questions when it comes to Photoshop is, “How do I remove a background?”. Terry White shows us how to extract the subject from one background and put it on another in Photoshop CC
If you appreciate photos with movement in them, then definitely check out this tutorial. Learn how to create beautiful panning shots of bicycles in the rain from Gavin Hoey.
It’s interesting how many opportunities there are for framing the scenes around us, and yet they often go unnoticed. Grab your camera and look around in search for some “natural” frames. For starters, take a look at what we’ve found.
Have you ever bought the wrong camera for you? Sometimes it can be daunting to try to choose one out of the myriad of makes and models out there. There are a lot of simple mistakes that can be easily avoided and John Greengo helps break down the top ten he’s seen personally.
Macro photography gives you the opportunity to explore new and exciting worlds on your doorstep. However, macro photography lenses are typically very expensive. Check out this tutorial to know how to shoot macro photography on a budget.
Timelapse photography is capturing the essence of time through video. Events that would normally take weeks, months, or even years are condensed into a few minutes and turned into a video. Learn these tips to capture the perfect timelapse photo.
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