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Photography » Lighting — almost 3 years ago
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The most essential technical skill a photographer must master is exposure. On the surface, exposure seems easy. It’s simply a matter of making the image bright enough—not too dark, and not too light. But the endless variety of light makes exposure challenging.
Photography » Technique — almost 3 years ago
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Everything you need to know to photograph a wedding and the business behind it. From diagrams of where you should stand throughout the ceremony to advice on all the final deliverables to the client.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 3 years ago
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Before you venture to photograph the cars, either vintage or classic it will be a good idea to know the basics of car body structure.
Photography » Technique — almost 3 years ago
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The two-minute short features a time-lapse of the crew’s journey across the United States. In making the film, the group employed the popular Canon 5D Mark II to capture the trip.
Photography » Lighting — almost 3 years ago
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This five part video series exams the editing process from start to finish. We take a set of three identical photographs at different exposures and combines them to create one perfectly exposed image.
Photography » Basics — almost 3 years ago
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Did you know that your sunscreen and insect repellent can actually harm your camera? It’s true because these products are oily and can affect the delicate parts of your unit.
Photography » Technique — almost 3 years ago
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I am always shooting in full manual mode and then adjust the exposure as the light changes. The exposure really varies depending on the shot.
Photography » Basics — almost 3 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 » Tips and Tricks — almost 3 years ago
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As a photographer, you never know when the perfect opportunity to take photograph is going to come around. You have to always be prepared for the unexpected. For a portrait photographer who is used to working with a full studio light setup, that can be very tricky.
Photography » Accessories — almost 3 years ago
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App developers wasted no time in creating vintage photo apps which make your photo look like they were shot 50 years ago. These photos look like distant memories already the moment they are taken and they radiate a warm, nostalgic feeling.
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