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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 9 years ago
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This tutorial video demonstrates how to create an image shooting overhead.
Photography » Accessories — over 4 years ago
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Using a snoot can give your photos just the right quality of light if you’re going for a high-contrast final image. Jay P. Morgan discusses everything about a snoot and how to create your own DIY version of it.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 9 years ago
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Today, we’re taking a look at some of the less-obvious items that you may not consider bringing to a photo shoot. Some are tiny things, others are big – all of them will help to make any photography shoot go far smoother!
Photography » Basics — almost 13 years ago
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In this tutorial, I'm going to explain some crucial things concerning how to illuminate objects in a homemade "mini-studio". On purpose, I did not use an expensive flash system, but just some desk lights, tissues and other cheap stuff.
Photography » Basics — over 5 years ago
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Children are the most wonderful subjects to photograph. They can make you sweat blood, stand on your head, max out every emotion of frustration, helplessness, and exhaustion you have ever had — and then make up for it all with their innocent exuberance, gorgeous open smiles, and their beautiful young faces.
Photography » Basics — over 12 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 — about 13 years ago
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A step by step guide to stitching ultra high resolution images. The tutorial starts with a section on how to photograph these images.
Photography » Basics — over 12 years ago
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Today while sorting through some old boxes I found a photo album filled with the first ever photos that I took as a young budding photographer. I was around nine years old when I first started using our family’s film point and shoot camera and I still remember my Dad’s ‘training’ on how to use it. Basically it consisted of this advice.
Photography » Basics — over 9 years ago
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How do the semi-automatic functions work? They allow you to choose one setting (either aperture or shutter speed), while the camera chooses the other. That way you can be a little bit creative, but with the safety net of knowing your camera will make sure your exposure is correct.
Photography » Basics — over 8 years ago
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Improving your photography skills can come in many different “colors.” Your first step should be to determine what your goal is.
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