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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Basics — over 5 years ago
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Words like aperture, exposure and shutter speed can give you a headache and you might think you don't need to know about any of these. Let me show you what you have been missing out with the help of this wonderful online SLR camera simulator.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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The photos range from the late 1880s to the late 1960s, and chronicle the progression of human society in a bizarre and frank way. They show the origins of characters like Ronald McDonald and Winnie the Pooh, share a glimpse of the tragedies of America’s civil rights movement, and document the social effects of wars across the world.
Photography » Basics — about 4 years ago
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If you’re just getting started with Photoshop, all the tools and options probably seem a little a overwhelming. The EDITING SOFTWARE is pretty expansive and can take a long time to master.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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Cooper uses traditional animation cels and his iPhone 5s to insert his cartoons into real world scenes. He can take virtually any everyday scene—from a coffee shop to a simple lonesome country highway—and turn them into magical stories involving giant bugs drinking coffee or Bigfoot mama and baby roaming the countryside.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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Sony recently announced the 2014 winners of its expansive World Photography Awards, selected from more than 70,000 entries. The judges seemed to opt for bright colors, sharp macros, and lots of surreal imagery here—photojournalism is noticeably absent. Still, the images are pretty awesome.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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The attention was still a nice surprise for the amateur photographer, who saw her Flickr page skyrocket from two-digit page views to over 650,000 virtually overnight.
Photography » Basics — about 4 years ago
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It happens all the time. People get a fast lens and only want to shoot with it wide open. Of course, the point of having a fast lens is to utilize its wide aperture settings, but not all photographs benefit from f/1.8 or wider. In fact, a wide aperture can take away from certain photographs.
Photography » Basics — about 5 years ago
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The reason for its increasing popularity is that never before has an image on your computer ever been able to compete with the imagery in the human brain. Now, of course, I am not saying that this high dynamic range photography is better than being there on the scene with your own eyes and the emotions you feel, but it is a step in the right direction.
Photography » Basics — over 3 years ago
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Perry notes that there’s no special name for this feature. To put it into place on a Nikon camera, set your exposure mode to manual, then turn on auto ISO and set the minimum and maximum ISO. These settings are generally similar on other camera brands, but you’ll have to experiment to see how it works on your camera.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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The lighter the frame, the more delicate and happy the image will feel. It creates a desire in the viewer to go through the frame and join them to be part of the joy. You create the emotional trick of the viewer joining the joy by the desire to go through the frame.
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