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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 9 years ago
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Start your photography journey with the equipment you can afford and don’t be tempted to spend huge money! The range of point and shoot cameras now available at very reasonable prices are really all you need to start.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 10 years ago
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Place your camera on the ground to photograph landscapes. Doing this creates a bug’s eye view of a landscape. The result will turn out pretty unusual, yet dramatic composition. Reason being that a photograph of a landscape taken from an angle of ground level is not something we are used to viewing from.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 10 years ago
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I personally love working corporate events as they’re always different. There’s lots to learn from people speaking at events that others have paid thousands to see. It’s an easy relaxed gig and they pay is great if you’re going after the right clients. This rather long post is a complete definitive guide as to how to work a corporate event and get repeat business.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 8 years ago
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What do you get when you combine an octopus, a fashion model, and a nice camera? A Ben Von Wong photo shoot, of course. Von Wong is at it again, innovating with a camera and some interesting props, this time with friend and fashion model Jen Brook to contribute to her personal Dreamcatcher project:
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 7 years ago
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Back in the days of film cameras, creating a panoramic photograph meant either buying a particular, expensive camera or hours in the darkroom stitching images together by overlapping exposures onto the finished photo paper. Today, making a panoramic photo is a simple and easy process. Creating a panorama is very useful if you don’t own super wide lenses, as you can often achieve a similar effect.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 7 years ago
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One of the most important tasks as a WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER is capturing that gorgeous glamour shot of the bride. She has spent countless months preparing for this day and thousands of dollars on her dress, shoes, hair, and makeup; it is the photographer’s job to make sure she looks as beautiful as possible.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 8 years ago
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Exposure stacking is the process of taking multiple photos with different types of lighting and exposure settings, then blending them together into one photograph. This technique is used frequently in night photography, when a photographer wants to capture an object in the foreground while also capturing the night sky.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 7 years ago
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Knowing how to use Photoshop to manipulate image colors is an extremely useful skill. It can make all the difference when editing and enhancing photos. But with the vast array of buttons and options available in Photoshop it’s easy to feel lost. Aaron Nace from Phlearn shows us how to easily change the color of anything in Photoshop, while adding some quick stylizing features.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 11 years ago
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Traditionally, a camera’s flash is used to artificially fill a scene with light to allow for a brighter photo in certain situations. Most cameras though have multiple flash modes that allow you to use your flash creatively.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 8 years ago
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You can take a panoramic image with a very wide-angle lens or you can take a series of shots and stitch them together. The great thing about creating a panorama by stitching photos together is the incredible detail than can be preserved. Using a sequence of shots also makes it possible to create 360×180 degree panoramas.
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