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Photography Tutorials — Tips and Tricks

Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 7 years ago
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Patterns of nature are interesting. They’re always an inspiring photography subject, not just because of the many visual effects that they create, but also because of the natural creativity they imbibe. The patterns are so natural that they’re a wonder to look at. And this is something that a lot of photographers will definitely want to elicit from their audience.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 7 years ago
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How often do you see a beautifully edited image and wish you could give your own photos a similar look? Secret first analyzes the original image and then uses this to apply it to another image.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 7 years ago
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If you think investing in a polarizing filter is a bad idea, photographer Steve Perry wants to prove you wrong. Perry explains the fundamental reasons why, as a nature photographer, you absolutely need to have one of these filters in your bag at all times.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 7 years ago
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To get this effect, Vincent had to custom-create his own camera set-up: 4 cameras with fisheye lenses connected in a way that would allow him to both capture the entire sky and create a 360 degree panorama of the scene on Earth.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 7 years ago
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The thing about monochrome or black & white – whatever you want to call it – is that it’s timeless. Some have gone so far as to call it the purest form of photography, simply because it doesn’t allow the viewer to get distracted by multiple shades of different colors.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 7 years ago
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Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 7 years ago
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When you photograph fireworks, it is very important that you set your camera to a slow shutter speed. This includes a shutter speed that is anywhere between 1 second and 30 seconds or longer, about ISO 100. The shutter speed that is suitable varies depending on the amount of ambient light as well as the amount of fireworks in the sky.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 7 years ago
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Photographers have mixed opinions on whether or not you should watermark your photos. Some think they can help protect your images from digital theft, while others think they are a distraction to the image itself. Of course, it all boils down to personal opinion.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 7 years ago
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Mastering your workflow – the start to finish process of how you manage your digital images – will help create consistency in your work. A consistent and reliable workflow is one of the primary attributes of a successful photographer.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 7 years ago
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Have you ever dreamed of using real animals in your images? Katerina Plotnikova is a photographer from Moscow who is famous for her surrealistic portraits that incorporate a variety of animals. She pushes the limits of possibility to create these unique combinations of both reality and surrealism.
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