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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Basics — about 6 years ago
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After reading this article, your understanding of how apertures and their selection affect a photograph will become much more clear and less of a source of technical intimidation. Those little numbers won’t seem like such a big problem anymore!
Photography » Basics — over 15 years ago
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Instructions on how to master the tricky art of photographing silhouettes.
Photography » Basics — about 16 years ago
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Learn how to coordinate people into effective poses for photographs.
Photography » Basics — about 14 years ago
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Creating high dynamic range photography from start to finish.
Photography » Basics — over 13 years ago
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10 great tips to help get you started in photography. Good for photography enthusiasts of any skill level.
Photography » Basics — about 13 years ago
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Answering questions about color, quality of light and equipment for the cold season.
Photography » Basics — over 15 years ago
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We often put the photos we take into frames as a way of displaying and drawing attention to our favorite photos - but there is another type of framing that you can do as you're taking your shots that can be just as effective doing just the same thing
Photography » Basics — about 14 years ago
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It would be lovely if every client gave you perfect photos to work with, but all too often this isn't true. When you get photos that are too small, not visually interesting, or of poor quality you have to get creative. In this tutorial I'll take you through an instance where I had to make an A4 magazine cover out of a snapshot from a cheap camera.
Photography » Basics — almost 15 years ago
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A photography tutorial pointing out various tips and techniques to get good moon shots.
Photography » Basics — about 13 years ago
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Think of your website as a virtual store front. If it's messy, hard to navigate and unprofessional, chances are prospective clients will move on and hire someone else. Your website also acts as a digital frame for your images. It can make your images look finished or leave them looking unfinished. Prospective clients are only going to spend a few seconds on your website before they decide if they want to keep looking or move on. The idea is to hook them with a professional looking site that is
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