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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Basics — almost 12 years ago
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A tutorial explaining how to improve the composition of your photographs using some simple techniques. Discusses the rule of thirds, simplicity, the effective usage of lines and framing.
Photography » Basics — almost 12 years ago
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A high ISO like 3200 means that the sensor can capture a clear photo, even in low-light conditions. A low ISO like 100 requires a lot of ambient light for clear shots.
Photography » Basics — almost 12 years ago
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The moments just after sunrise and just before sunset is often referred to as "the magic hour" for the beneficial effect it has on the human face as well as on most other objects.
Photography » Basics — almost 12 years ago
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In order to correctly expose your digital photos there are two variables that must be identified: average reflectance and average light.
Photography » Basics — almost 12 years ago
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So how many megapixels do you really need in order to print a certain size picture? Use this tutorial to find out what is recommended or needed.
Photography » Accessories — almost 12 years ago
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Learn basic information about tripods such as how they can help enhance the exposure and detail of your photos.
Photography » Accessories — almost 12 years ago
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The ideal portrait lens has a focal length in the range 90mm to 135mm. These keep the natural proportions of the face as you see with the naked eye.
Photography » Basics — almost 12 years ago
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Be aware of the different colors or "temperatures" at different times of the day and in different situations.
Photography » Accessories — almost 12 years ago
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Learn how a polarizer filter can help you obtain much better results in certain landscape photography situations.
Photography » Basics — almost 12 years ago
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In very simple terms, the ISO setting is a measure of how sensitive your camera sensor is to light. Learn how to adjust it and use it to your advantage.
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