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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Basics — over 5 years ago
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When you imagine the opposite of science, you think of art. Art is creative, chaotic, colorful, and it uses the right side of your brain. Science is logical, organized, quantifiable, and it uses the left side of your brain. If you’re an art major and your friend is a science major, chances are you have none of the same classes and those classes are on the opposite sides of campus.
Photography » Basics — about 3 years ago
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Whether it’s fine lines, acne, or a stain on a shirt, quick spot removal techniques are always welcomed by photographers. Although Photoshop is king when it comes to intense editing, Lightroom is a great program for a wide range of editing needs.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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This shot was captured by Australian photographer Julie Fletcher. The colors are spectacular: the water is so densely packed with silt and minerals that it turns a mossy turquoise, which makes a lovely match for the deep azure sky. The composition is sealed by scraggly branches mirroring the sharp lightning, both starkly lit against the dark sky. It’s a really impressive display of timing and scene painting.
Photography » Basics — almost 7 years ago
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There are two types of autofocus sensors, the line and cross. Most of these sensors are shown in line types although the DSLR units feature at least one cross type. The cross type of sensors usually focus more on the subjects compared to the lines.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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One question that comes up often in photography circles is whether you should shoot in RAW or JPEG. For many of us, JPEG is a familiar mode and many cameras default to it as a format, but there are many advocates for RAW. There’s many reasons why people would choose one format over the other as it depends on your situation and stylistic requirements. However, what a lot of people might not understand is what each format means, and how exactly they are different from each other.
Photography » Basics — over 5 years ago
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Making the decision to remove your eye is difficult for anyone, and even more so for photographers. Unlike blind musicians who can still hear their music, photographers must have their sense of sight to be able to compose photos properly. James Fabri is among those who have chosen to continue pursuing photography despite having only one eye:
Photography » Basics — almost 4 years ago
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If you want to try street photography, you will no doubt encounter a few problems, from lighting conditions to the really scary part—photographing strangers. There isn’t one way to take street photos, but there are certain ways to prepare yourself.
Photography » Basics — over 3 years ago
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World-renowned photojournalist Steve McCurry has spent many years traveling around and photographing the unique and vibrant people and sights of India. In his travels, he’s learned that the best photos don’t always happen after arriving at the destination, but along the way.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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Looking like a vortex to another world, this photo was actually taken from the back window of a Chicago red line subway train:
Photography » Basics — about 4 years ago
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Have you ever worked through an entire shoot never realizing that you had the ISO set to 3200? Or have you made the mistake of not changing back after having taken a group shot with a shutter timer delay?
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