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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Basics — about 12 years ago
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Get some tips on how to take a good shot of a fireworks display.
Photography » Lighting — over 8 years ago
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This tutorial will show you how to take photos in a way that you can "paint" lines or shapes using a light source (usually a flashlight).
Photography » Basics — about 11 years ago
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Panning is a technique that can produce amazing results (if you perfect it or get lucky) but is also one that can take a lot of practice to get right. Let's explore how....
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
Photography » Basics — over 10 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 10 years ago
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Learn how to take professional photos of wildlife animals and scenery; includes information on lenses, composition, exposure, and lighting.
Photography » Basics — almost 10 years ago
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In this tutorial we will learn how to work with Levels on a very precise way by finding the exact white and black point in our photo.
Photography » Basics — about 11 years ago
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Some basic pointers on camera position when modeling.
Photography » Basics — about 12 years ago
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Framing (or cropping) is a facet of composition that, in the basic sense, encompasses good scale (the relative "size" of objects in the picture, or how much space they use), angle (how you hold your camera), etc. When framing, you don't always have t
Photography » Basics — almost 11 years ago
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Techniques for getting a shallow depth of field in your digital photography.
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