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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Basics — over 5 years ago
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You depress the shutter button on the camera, expecting the shot to be taken – but to your surprise the camera waits just a little bit before it “clicks”. That kind of shutter lag can lead to missed photo opportunities and disappointment.
Photography » Basics — over 3 years ago
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If you took your child to a photo shoot as recently as 1995, you’d expect to dress them in their stuffy “Sunday best.” Not anymore. Now they could be wearing animal costumes, fairy wings, cowboy hats, crowns, balloons, you name it. Something happened in the mid-nineties, and the rest is history.
Photography » Basics — almost 3 years ago
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Composition is considered the main key to a beautiful and high quality landscape image. Be aware that shooting landscape will demand a very difficult way of working as opposed to photographing people. It is usually taken with a camera mounted on a tripod. Also, more attention is being given to the aperture in order to ensure that the image will be sharp from front to back.
Photography » Basics — almost 4 years ago
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hrough the years, DeRubeis repeatedly changed the name of his photography business, using names such as Jonathan Michael Fine Art Photography, Creative Photography and Video, and Impressive Images.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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The National Geographic name has always been synonymous with outstanding imagery, and for decades their magazine has displayed some of the finest photojournalism in the world. In this video, Nat Geo shows a collection of their top 10 photos for 2012 and gives a little back story on each one:
Photography » Basics — over 3 years ago
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It’s a known fact that parents love to take (and share) photos of their children. Most people smile politely as the proud parent flips through photo after photo of their kid eating, sleeping, crying, playing, and celebrating the latest birthday; however, the viewer is usually disenchanted with the photo barrage about 5 pictures in. Welcome to the scene Toyokazu Nagano, a creative photographer and proud father of two daughters.
Photography » Basics — over 3 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 — about 3 years ago
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Tilt-shift photography is a technique that make scenes appear to be miniature by blurring part the top and bottom slices of the photograph. The effect is traditionally done using special lenses that allow you to tilt them in different directions to shift focus, but tilt-shift can also be replicated using programs like Photoshop.
Photography » Basics — almost 4 years ago
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In this video, Clark appears to be using an older Nikon camera (another Japanese brand with a reputation for high-quality, consumer-friendly products). The model is most likely a D80 with an 18-135mm lens. The reflective technique Clark uses is simple to execute, and can be done in almost any weather with almost any lens.
Photography » Basics — about 6 years ago
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So you’ve finally decided to take that first step into the world of photography and take better photos. You’ve got your camera, an idea of what you want to shoot and all the ambition in the world, but unfortunately you’ll be fighting certain bad picture-taking instincts you’ve learned throughout your life. That’s okay, you’re an amateur, and amateurs make mistakes.
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