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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Basics — almost 4 years ago
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Brunskill, the child of avid tennis players, developed an interest in photography at the age of 13. He began working with an agency right out of college, and has now been a successful tennis photographer for 30 years, having won three International Tennis Photographer of the Year awards.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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The business of photography is something you really need to approach based on an honest assessment of your abilities, strengths, and interests. From there, you can see if there’s any kind of market for your planned products or services, and do some proof of concept research to ensure those markets will indeed pay you for your offerings.
Photography » Basics — almost 4 years ago
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When shooting underwater, it’s also important that you are within close proximity to your subject. Cohen often tells people that if you are not within two feet of your subject, the picture is probably not worth taking. The most important thing according to Cohen, however, is to have fun and experiment.
Photography » Basics — almost 5 years ago
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It seems one of the trickiest aspects of photography to get your head around is the aperture of your cameras lens, be it a highly expensive pro styled lens or the zoom on your point and shoot (most point and shoots will control aperture for you), the aperture of the lens will control aspects of your photography in the same way. Hopefully after reading this short guide you will have a basic understanding and be able to take it further in your photographic life.
Photography » Basics — over 2 years ago
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Whether it’s fine lines, acne, or a stain on a shirt, quick spot removal techniques are always welcomed by photographers. Although Photoshop is king when it comes to intense editing, Lightroom is a great program for a wide range of editing needs.
Photography » Basics — over 3 years ago
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Ivanov uses a full-frame 1:1 camera and and a macro lens to capture the blossoming flakes, which grow hexagonally as water molecules cling to each other in freezing temperatures. Kind of a warm thought, actually.
Photography » Basics — over 3 years ago
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She uses a Canon 5D Mark II body with a 135mm lens. But it’s truly the post-production that makes the picture sing “magical realism.” She likely works with an undersaturated shot, increasing the yellow tones and desaturating the image for a pseudo-sepia feel. Shooting at f/2, her lens is wide-open, which distinctly blurs the background.
Photography » Basics — over 3 years ago
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Michal Karcz is a big Steve Roach fan. The Polish photographic fine artist loves the American ambient soundscape musician so much that this photo, a delicate scene combining a floating hot-air balloon in some Mount Everest landscape, ought to feel quite loud and robust—but it doesn’t.
Photography » Basics — almost 4 years ago
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As you may know, timelapse is a photography technique that is accomplished by compiling thousands of photographs together to make a moving picture. Into the Atmosphere is the product of 12,400 still images. If that sounds like a lot, take into consideration that Shainblum started with 75,000 images to choose from.
Photography » Basics — almost 11 years ago
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The first of a series, this guide will help the novice camera user take better photos of not only waterfalls, but anything in general. Future articles will concentrate on more technical areas of waterscape photography including advanced shooting and
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