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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 4 years ago
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Using a reflector such as a sun bouncer is an effective way to light a subject. Photographer Leo Rosas explains how you can use this tool in a variety of ways; give your subject a warmer look, use a faster shutter speed and fill in unwanted or harsh shadows. It’s a great way to test your creativity and to really go the extra mile with the light that you do have:
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 4 years ago
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If you’ve never seen a high-end fashion photo shoot before, then take a look. I’ve seen dozens of other photo shoots of products and models, but never one that shows you that gives you the same sense of hecticness that this one does. It’s obvious that a lot of work goes on behind the scenes to set up a good photo shoot, but many videos only give you a brief glimpse or skip it completely.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 4 years ago
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Light field photography allows for post-capture focus change and perspective shift with just one click of the shutter. Whereas darkroom and digital photography capture two dimensions, light field captures data beyond three dimensions. It does this by moving photography from optics to computation.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 4 years ago
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There’s nothing like getting advice from a pro photographer; they often have an interesting way of putting things into perspective. In this interview with Marc Silber, sports photographer extraordinaire Chase Jarvis gives his take on creativity and how to become a better photographer:
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 3 years ago
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Finding the right space doesn’t always mean finding the best lighting. In this situation, the producers found an awesome restaurant, complete with glittery safety deposit boxes and lined fireplaces, but the space was too dark to shoot at a comfortable shutter speed.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 3 years ago
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Imagine what your dreams would look like if you could photograph them. The mind has a unique, sometimes scary, often odd way of taking everyday life and turning into abstract dream sequences. Well, one artist has the amazing talent of consciously manipulating those dream sequences into surreal, abstract photo-manipulated works of art.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 5 years ago
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Even when using proper exposure and camera settings, sometimes you may take a photo that you feel needs a little something extra. We always try to ‘get it right in the camera’, but sometimes you cannot avoid issues. Below, we’ll go through a few different scenarios you might come across in which you need to make an improvement that goes beyond basic level and curves corrections.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 3 years ago
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If you’ve ever wanted to make your subjects look small–like, miniature-toy small–you may have investigated buying a tilt-shift lens for more than $2,500. But there are cheaper options. This video gives a host of helpful tips for achieving an awesome tilt-shift style using a normal DSLR lens:
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 4 years ago
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The article shows you how to recover deleted photos from iPhone with Kvisoft Photo Recovery Mac. More: http://www.kvisoft.com/tutorials/how-to-retrieve-deleted-photos-from-iphone.html
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 3 years ago
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With any good photography, you need to decide beforehand what the purpose is of the image that you are about to make. Is the picture intended to show the interior design, the build, the finish, the furniture, or perhaps the floor or ceiling? Perhaps the lighting company hired you to cover its latest project? Try to look with the eyes of your clients and see what they want to communicate with the pictures.
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