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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 9 years ago
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A photography tutorial with information on how to create professional looking portrait photos; includes information on holding the camera, subject positioning, light, background, and eyeline.
Photography » Basics — about 11 years ago
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Some basic pointers on camera position when modeling.
Photography » Basics — almost 12 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.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 8 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 » Technique — over 9 years ago
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Give your illustrations the traditional look of an engraving without actually drawing all those pesky little lines! The technique is simple, but requires some experience with the Displace Filter and knowledge of basic shading techniques. The result will have people thinking you spent hours and hours on your design... which you probably will, but at least you don't have to actually engrave anything!
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 8 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 » Basics — over 10 years ago
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In this tutorial I will walk you through the techniques I’ve used to make this photograph appear to be an old west photograph. Before we start, let’s identify exactly what makes a photograph appear to be from that time period. First of all, it should have an orange tint, while being monotone in color. Of course, old photographs often get damaged over time, so we will probably want to add some damage to our photograph as well. Finally, to give it the look that it is indeed a photograph, we’
Photography » Basics — about 9 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 9 years ago
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By 'exposure' we mean the amount of light that falls onto the film, or CCD if you are using a digital camera. In modern cameras the exposure is usually set to automatic by default and, most of the time, it can be left there and will produce beautiful pictures. There are times though, when the lighting conditions are difficult or we want to produce a particular effect and it would be nice to understand what is going on 'under the hood'.
Photography » Basics — over 9 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.
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