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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Basics — over 3 years ago
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Today, if someone’s getting into photography, it’s almost definitely going to be digital. It’s a great place to start, since you can afford to take as many photos as you like until you get the shot you like. And, it’s not as hard as you may think.
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.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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David LaChapelle and his crew are some of the industry’s best model builders, having built to scale models of buildings and landscapes for multiple blockbuster movies. When not building a model cityscape for a film set, LaChapelle dedicates his time to a project he calls LAND SCAPE. Part miniature photography, part landscape photography, the project is a curious mix of photography techniques that is sure to inspire.
Photography » Basics — about 6 years ago
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It’s very common for a professional photographer to have a customer ask to be given all of the photo files from a day of shooting. Invariably, the photographer will try to persuade the customer against it, or even refuse outright. It leaves some customers confused, or possibly even angry. So why won’t your photographer let you have the product of the entire photoshoot?
Photography » Basics — about 8 years ago
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Sometimes when you take a photo the result isn’t quite what you expected, it could be overexposed (too much light), underexposed (too dark), or simply is out of focus. The principal settings you have to adjust when taking a picture are the film speed, shutter speed and aperture of the camera.
Photography » Basics — over 6 years ago
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Tomislav Safundžić put together a visually stunning timelapse from a rather unusual point of view–space. The images, which Safundžić credits to the Image Science & Analysis Laboratory at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, take viewers on an out of this world journey through space revealing what the sunrise, sunset, and Aurora Borealis looks like as the shuttle orbits around planet earth.
Photography » Basics — almost 5 years ago
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iPhoneography isn’t only for quick snapshots of your lunch and your pets. Many professional photographers are now using the mobile device as a secondary–sometimes primary–camera. Smartphones are easy to use, are generally always with us, and they make sharing the photos instantaneous–there’s no wonder so many pros and amateurs alike are embracing the technology.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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Listening to Andy Romanoff talk about his approach to photography in the following video can give photographers some helpful insight. As he outlines in the profile, he has always taken a different path when it comes to photographing people, objects, and places. He has learned to create art out of what others might consider mundane. Listen to his inspiring words.
Photography » Basics — almost 9 years ago
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Out of all the people that work as a team to make a wedding possible, the professional journalistic wedding photographer rises above all the rest. All brides want each element of their wedding to come together without a hitch to create the moment of a lifetime.
Photography » Basics — over 3 years ago
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Posing is as integral to portrait photography as the right lens and the right camera angle. A lot of photographers learn this the hard way. If you’re a portrait photographer or do family and wedding photography you know how important posing can be.
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