Apr 07, 2011 — 6 comments
High dynamic range (or HDR) photography is a technique that allows a photographer to take the same image at different exposures and then blend them together to produce one image that features the best exposed parts from each of the images. For a virtual tour this is particularly useful, as most virtual tours rely on a 360 degree perspective.
After reading this article, your understanding of how apertures and their selection affect a photograph will become much more clear and less of a source of technical intimidation. Those little numbers won’t seem like such a big problem anymore!
One of the most basic concepts in photography is the exposure triangle. If you choose not to set your camera to auto mode, you must know when and how to use each setting in order to have a picture perfect photo every time.
One, two, three, smile!” Though this phrase often works on your family and friends, rarely does it produce any results with wildlife. In this occasion however, photographer Justin Hofman was able to capture a photo of a seemingly jolly southern elephant seal. This image was captured off the coast of Gold Harbor in South Georgia with a Nikon D7000 and 14-24mm lens:
Image sharpening is a big deal for many of us photographers. Thanks to amazing products such as Photoshop, a perfectly sharp image is just a few mouse-clicks away.
Learning how to begin taking photos at night is dependent on some very key photography practices. Taking photos in low light conditions, especially of the city, is a fantastic approach to get better in your shooting of long exposures. You must primarily learn how low light photography techniques work. Taking good photos at night needs a long shutter speed, a way to keep that camera rock steady and using aperture effectively.
Do you want beautiful product photos? Or, are you a nature buff and you want bright, clear photos of your favorite flower? Whatever your reason this article will help you to do just that.
ouring with a famous band, meeting the best musicians in the world, capturing once in a lifetime shots during a mega concert – music photographers seem to have it all. But becoming a photographer in the music industry isn’t as easy as going to a concert with your camera.
Being able to shoot a wide variety of locations is important for having a diverse portfolio and even a factory making hard cases may request a shoot for business materials. Jay P. Morgan gives us ten tips for shooting in a working factory and leaving with a happy customer.
A photographer wanted to try something different and attached multicolored glow sticks to each of his limbs during a long exposure shot and the result was amazing.
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