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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 5 years ago
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Natural window light is one of the best forms of soft, flattering light available to photographers. However, it’s not always possible to have access to a window during in a studio shoot. In this video by professional photographer Kevin Kubota, we learn how simple it is to simulate a daylight window by creating a home made light-box and how to shoot creative and engaging portraits with this set up:
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 4 years ago
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As the internet grows and grows, photography tutorials are becoming more and more abundant. All that information can be a good thing, but it can also create problems as it sometimes has the magical effect of turning one’s opinion to fact over time. Read around about digital photography and you will come across the ‘stock’ advice that some people give. Over time, this gets repeated until it becomes part of the conventional wisdom about photography.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 5 years ago
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Light is a tricky thing; some of it we can see, but a huge portion of it we can’t. The areas of the electromagnetic spectrum that we refer to as “light” but are unable to detect with our eyes are the ultraviolet (UV) and infrared (IR), located just past the edge of the visible.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 6 years ago
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What happens when you take a handful of master photographers together in front of an audience and put them on the spot by asking them to do a self-portrait? You get some self-conscious and uneasy photographers, hilarity, and some insanely creative portraits.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 7 years ago
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The growing trend ‘i-phoneography’ challenges the concept of traditional photography, although it could be argued that this is merely a process of technological evolution in an age where technology and social trends are becoming increasingly interrelated.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 5 years ago
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In the following video, Miles Morgan lectures about fine art landscape photography – his photography – as he, in fact, takes his own pictures as examples to demonstrate and describe how’s the creative process of his work, from conception to digital finishing. Please consider that the whole lecture/presentation lasts 1h and 50min.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 9 years ago
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Instructor Richard Harrington explains how you can quickly rate your images & change how you view images in Aperture 2.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 3 years ago
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Focal length and perspective make a big difference in the outcome of your landscape photography, which means you should familiarize yourself with how they impact the images. This way, you can make an educated decision when selecting which lens you should be using.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 3 years ago
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In my opinion, landscape photography actually only requires you to be at the right place at the right time. One of the keys to success for landscape photography is patience, and that’s it! Just click and there you go!
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 5 years ago
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Focus is, in itself, is a fundamental element to photography and while focusing for still photography is one of the first steps you learned as a new photographer, the art of finding and keeping focus goes far beyond those initial lessons.
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