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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 9 years ago
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There is no doubt about it that collecting an arsenal of studio lighting is a very costly adventure. But, who’s to say you can’t get professional results using light strips that you have built yourself? As Joe Edelman outlines in his two part video series, even those with no carpentry skills can whip up some great lighting at a fraction of the price. Take a look, it’s easier to do than you might think:
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 7 years ago
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Some photographs benefit greatly from a little texture. You can change the style and feel of a photograph quickly and easily in Photoshop by layering different textures on top of your image, but there are few details you should know that will help you get the best from your images.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 8 years ago
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In order to be a truly creative photographer, you need to take your camera out of the automatic exposure modes and put it into either Programmed Auto, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority or Manual mode. These four modes give you total control over the camera settings that make up exposure: aperture, shutter priority and ISO.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 8 years ago
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Food photography is a growing area of interest among photographers and as a result more and more information is popping up on how to go about doing it correctly. In the two part series below, David Loftus shares a few tips on lighting for food photography, including a couple low cost alternatives to expensive light modifiers.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 10 years ago
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Black and white photography may appear to be simplistic but the art of taking a rich, balanced monochrome image is a bit more complicated.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 8 years ago
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One the most challenging genres of professional photography must be children. Most kids are as dynamic as the images you’re trying to create, and if you are to achieve any form of success you need to know some basic tips. No child is the same and therefore each situation is unique. Applying the pros’ secrets helps you get great photos of kids.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 9 years ago
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Often regarded as one of the leading lighting experts, Joel Grimes, is sharing a wealth of his knowledge with the general public in a two hour long workshop which is available free of charge to anyone wishing to further their understanding of photography.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 10 years ago
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So the climate is changing and our weather is becoming not only more unpredictable but also more extreme. Some of the huge drifts of snow and freezing wonderlands are coaxing out photographers to record the beautiful country side in all its winter glory but as many of you will find it’s not without its problems.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 8 years ago
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As an amateur photographer, you’re more than likely feeling a little impatient with the learning process. No doubt, you just want to be creating awesome, mind-blowing images this minute. Forget about weeks, months, or even years from now.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 8 years ago
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So, you have bought your first digital SLR camera. You have familiarized yourself with it and are just starting to get comfortable with taking quality shots, when a relative or friend approaches you to help cover an upcoming wedding ceremony. In an instant you have been appointed a wedding photographer.
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