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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 9 years ago
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Joe McNally, whose work has graced the pages of Sports Illustrated, National Geographic, and Time (to name a few), shares the stories behind some of his greatest shots as well as the lighting techniques he used to make them great.
Photography » Basics — about 10 years ago
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Think of your website as a virtual store front. If it's messy, hard to navigate and unprofessional, chances are prospective clients will move on and hire someone else. Your website also acts as a digital frame for your images. It can make your images look finished or leave them looking unfinished. Prospective clients are only going to spend a few seconds on your website before they decide if they want to keep looking or move on. The idea is to hook them with a professional looking site that is
Photography » Basics — about 10 years ago
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Answering questions about color, quality of light and equipment for the cold season.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 9 years ago
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Do you want your photographs to be like visual poetry? Then follow this advice from Chris Orwig, the popular workshop speaker and Brooks Institute faculty member.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 9 years ago
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Adobe's Camera Raw software is an amazing tool for improving your photographs. Using features such as the Adjustments Brush and the Graduated Filter, you can quickly turn a photo from "eh" to "ooh!"
Photography » Basics — over 10 years ago
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In the shutter speeds and apertures are interchangeable as far as exposure is concerned, they each have their own unique effect on the picture. Let's take a look at shutter speeds first as their effect is easily understood.
Photography » Basics — about 10 years ago
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Have you ever wondered why you should have your own photography website or blog? Here are 11 great reasons that every photographer should have a website!
Photography » Basics — over 11 years ago
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The HDR was borned to resolve partially this problem: we must first of all explain that most of the monitors and printers cannot show images with a depth colour greater than 8 bits, but this technique offers many advantages, among these the possibility to select from a number of shots the most suitable range to represent your scene.
Photography » Basics — about 12 years ago
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Ever focussed so much on the technical aspects of a fashion shoot that you forget to position the model? This tutorial shows you how.
Photography » Basics — almost 13 years ago
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There are some general "rules" of group portraiture that have been around since Rembrandt. Learn the different specific techniques that professional portrait photographers use.
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