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The Top 3 Basic Portrait Photography Settings - Photography tutorial


Portrait photography isn’t that difficult, but there is a tried-and-true methodology that you can use to produce great portraits — as opposed to just making happy snaps.
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Finding the Photo: Journey of a Photographer
Finding the Photo: Journey of a Photographer
In photography, developing an eye for good composition and subject matter doesn’t always come naturally. For many it takes years of practice and studying to be able to spot what will make a good photograph. In the following mini-documentary, Art Wolfe describes the methods he has used over the span of his 30-year career as a professional photographer.
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Storytelling Photography Tips and Techniques
Storytelling Photography Tips and Techniques
We all have emotions within us and a careful shot of a scene (may be staged also) can make us laugh, cry or even angry. This is the magic of a photo that tells a story.
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Full Frame DSLR Advantages
Full Frame DSLR Advantages
DSLR cameras are typically equipped with either an APS-C size sensor or a larger, full-frame sensor. If you’ve been wondering what advantages a full-frame dSLR offers and whether the benefits justify the bulk and expense, this article will explore the strong points of full-frame sensors.
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Easy Lightroom Tricks for Better Black and White Images
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.
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Explorers: The Making of Cinemagraphs and Photographs
Explorers: The Making of Cinemagraphs and Photographs
The Explorers series was based on early 20th century explorers, thus the images have a vintage feel, complete with era-appropriate props. The images were developed by combining several photographic elements. First, high resolution photographs were taken of the Canadian wilderness. Then, with the use of some fake snow and fans, the talent (decked out in explorer-esque garb) was photographed in-studio.
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