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Photography Tutorials — Tips and Tricks

Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 7 years ago
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Looking to do something a little different with your photography to mix things up a little? Below, this video teaches us how to use multiple exposures to create a finished piece of art that looks stunningly painterly.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 7 years ago
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With the advent of the smartphone, mobile photography has carved out a niche in the world of photography. Nowadays it’s quite easy to get a high quality shot with the camera on your phone, and with the numerous apps out there for editing, a photo doesn’t even have to leave your mobile OS before turning into a great piece of art.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 7 years ago
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Lackey’s key to success when photographing toddlers is knowing that it’s 90 percent psychology and only 10 percent shooting. Being able to work through whatever moods the child is displaying is part of capturing authentic emotions. Those natural smiles and candid looks are what makes the portraits so great
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 7 years ago
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Whether you are an amateur or a professional photographer, red skin tone is a problem that you’ll see in your photos quite often. Thanks to Photoshop, however, getting that perfect skin tone is just a few mouse-clicks away.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 7 years ago
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Running a photography business into the ground is pretty easy to do with all the expensive equipment, travel, and studio space that many new photographers think they need to be successful. The truth is, there’s a lot more to being successful in the photography industry than having pricey gear or even taking top notch images.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 7 years ago
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Shooting on a dark grey background, photographer Manni used a large, silver lined umbrella as the sole light source. After taking some test shots and moving the umbrella and model around, the right lighting was achieved. In this case, that meant putting the model relatively close to the background and moving the umbrella almost directly in front of the model.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 7 years ago
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As you think about becoming a professional photographer, it is easy to get caught up in taking photos. While this is important, it is also essential to have a checklist of what every professional needs.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 7 years ago
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Take standout portrait photos when you learn how to harness light both indoors and out with on-camera speedlights. See here for a chance to take the online Craftsy class Portraits with an On-Camera Speedlight by award-winning photographer Neil van Niekerk at no cost. And, enjoy six tips that will set you on your way to success.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 7 years ago
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It’s been said that a good photographer can take a creative picture in any setting. Aside from thinking like an artist, the trick is to find the right angle and to frame carefully.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 7 years ago
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If you’ve ever been disappointed in the focus of your landscape photos or have wondered why some parts of your photo are “soft” even though you think you have the right aperture setting, you might want to consider using Live View.
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