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Easy Spot Removal With Lightroom
Easy Spot Removal With Lightroom
Whether it’s fine lines, acne, or a stain on a shirt, quick spot removal techniques are always welcomed by photographers. Although Photoshop is king when it comes to intense editing, Lightroom is a great program for a wide range of editing needs.
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Sports Photographer Shows How He Shot a World Record Breaking Mountain Bike Backflip
Sports Photographer Shows How He Shot a World Record Breaking Mountain Bike Backflip
The first D4S was set up with a remote with the wide angle lens ensuring Wilhelm was able to capture the shot when Zink was in to his backflip. The wide angle also allowed him to capture the mountains and the crowd in the background. The second purpose of this camera was to capture the sequence shots.
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Berlin Celebrates 25th Anniversary of the Fall of the Wall
Berlin Celebrates 25th Anniversary of the Fall of the Wall
On November 9th, 1989, a peaceful revolution culminated in the fall of the Berlin Wall in Germany, thus laying the groundwork for the reunification of East and West Germany. Brothers Christopher and Marc Bauder developed a city-wide art installation/public event to commemorate the fall, called Lichtgrenze (“border of light”).
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Easy Photography Hack: Read the Light With a Marble
Easy Photography Hack: Read the Light With a Marble
A simple 25 millimeter black marble is all it takes to help locate the direction of light, particularly in wide-open bright space. Like the reflection on an eye, look for the catch light on the marble. By twisting your wrist around and moving the marble side to side the change in light and shadows will help to localize the source.
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Understanding Crop Factor: Are You Being Scammed By Camera Manufacturers?
Understanding Crop Factor: Are You Being Scammed By Camera Manufacturers?
Perhaps you have heard the term “crop factor” before, but you’re not sure what it really means. If that’s the case, you’re probably also unaware of what an important part it plays in making the most of your digital camera. The camera settings we still use–ISO, aperture, and f-stop–were designed for film and do not take into account the wide variety of sensor sizes used by digital cameras; we use crop factor to account for these shortcomings in camera design.
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Interesting Photo of the Day: This Beautiful Ocean Sunset Makes You Want to Sail Away
Interesting Photo of the Day: This Beautiful Ocean Sunset Makes You Want to Sail Away
Riding off into the sunset may be a cliche and otherwise unappealing idea, but what about captaining a vessel and sailing off into a wide pastel sea? If that sounds exciting to you, you’re going to love photographer Joseph Chen‘s sailboat image from Boracay.
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Understand Lens Compression in Less Than 3 Minutes
Understand Lens Compression in Less Than 3 Minutes
Lens compression is a bit of a misnomer. It doesn’t compress anything, really—rather, it’s a type of lens distortion, like a fisheye or wide-angle lens. It affects how close or far backgrounds look in an image, even if the subject is in exactly the same spot.
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Tips for Marketing a Photography Business on Facebook
Tips for Marketing a Photography Business on Facebook
Today, Facebook is being used as an effective marketing tool for a wide variety of businesses. It is especially effective for marketing a photography business. For most businesses, a Facebook user reads through posted product and service information, but in the final analysis must still decide whether to believe the information and testimonials as posted.
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Lens Guide: Best Lenses to Move up to from a Kit Lens
Lens Guide: Best Lenses to Move up to from a Kit Lens
Zoom lenses offer incredible convenience, allowing the photographer to remain relatively stationary while achieving a wide range of focal lengths and perspectives—but at the price of sharpness and aperture. Because zooms contain moving parts, they can’t achieve the stellar sharpness characteristic of prime lenses; additionally, zooms are also known as “slower” lenses, since they have more trouble gathering light than the simple, streamlined primes.
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Polaroid Cameras A Look at Some of the Most Interesting
Polaroid Cameras A Look at Some of the Most Interesting
Most people are familiar with the iconic Polaroid OneStep, which adorns Instagram’s logo. But the breadth of Polaroid camera models in existence is far wider than the uninitiated might imagine. These are just a few of the lesser-known but more intriguing camera models:
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Amazing Demonstration of How Our Minds can be Tricked with Perspective
Amazing Demonstration of How Our Minds can be Tricked with Perspective
These images are not easy to make, however, as they must match the angle, texture, and lighting of their surroundings in order to be convincing. Many sidewalk chalk artists have experimented with anamorphic drawings, creating large murals on wide open sidewalks where only a very specific vantage point will give you the true image.
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Night Sky Timelapse Photography of the Mauna Kea Observatory (With Lasers)
Night Sky Timelapse Photography of the Mauna Kea Observatory (With Lasers)
In Hawaii, there exists one of the best astronomy observatories in the Northern Hemisphere. At 14,000 feet atop Mauna Kea sits several huge telescopes (about 33 feet wide!) and many other astronomy oriented equipment.
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Essential Equipment for Architectural Photography
Essential Equipment for Architectural Photography
One of the most important features in the digital camera for architectural photography is the size of the chip. The camera with the largest chip–or at least a full sized 1:1 ratio to the lens–is imperative. Wide-angle lenses are always required, and one cannot afford the loss of image space when using a camera with a lens factor of anything less than 1:1, which allows for the full use of wide-angle capabilities.
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Camera Lenses Narrowing Down the Choices
Camera Lenses Narrowing Down the Choices
A wide angle lens requires everything in a scene to be reduced in size in order to fit into the image sensor, making it look as if the subject is further away from you. However, the telephoto lens will have the effect of pulling everything in your shot close to you, making subjects appear bigger.
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Ultra-Wide Angle Lenses: 5 Reasons to Use Them
Ultra-Wide Angle Lenses: 5 Reasons to Use Them
Why, how, and when to use ultra-wide angle lenses. Five good reasons to use them.
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