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Interesting Photo of the Day: Siberian Husky Walks on Water - Photography tutorial
Can this talented dog walk on water? At first glance it appears this dog has magical powers. Russian based photographer Fox Grom captured images of his dogs playing on ice after a rain storm.
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Fascinating 8 Year Stop Motion Selfie Project
This YouTuber, who goes by the pseudonym ‘Dumo’ was, inspired by another YouTuber, but that doesn’t make his video any less impressive. His painstakingly patient effort produced 2,900 pictures over 8 years. In each photo, he managed to place himself in just the right part of the frame to create the flowing motion of the final product.
Photography Site Search Engine Optimization Tips
Although paid ads can serve a useful purpose for some, it’s obviously preferable for our photography business to appear as high as possible in the natural search results.
Within the Frame – Episode 1
In this inaugural episode, David duChemin explains the concept and scope of series. Then David critiques two images and covers concepts such as composition, quality of light, and combining foreground and background to create depth in an image.
Easy Lightroom Tricks for Better Black and White Images
Before the days of digital photography, black and white photos had a different look and feel. The tones were more selenium based or they had more of a sepia feel. With a little post-processing, you can achieve those timeless looks or create your own unique style. In the video below, Kevin Kubota walks us through the process he uses to adjust and improve the tones in his black and white images using Adobe Lightroom.
Programmed Auto: A Helpful Overlooked Exposure Mode on DSLR Cameras
In order to be a truly creative photographer, you need to take your camera out of the automatic exposure modes and put it into either Programmed Auto, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority or Manual mode. These four modes give you total control over the camera settings that make up exposure: aperture, shutter priority and ISO.