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Would You Let a Drone Be Your Wedding Photographer? - Photography tutorial
Drones are fast becoming a part of our lives. Drones for product delivery, traffic management, and now drones as wedding photographers! Yeah, you read it right.
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Interesting Photo of the Day: Longest Solar Eclipse of the 21st Century
Back in 2009, we witnessed a unique solar eclipse—this one happened to be the longest solar eclipse of the 21st century. An international Total Solar Eclipse Expedition party was on site on Enewetak Atoll in the Marshall Islands and took some really incredible photos.
Pro Photographer Uses Broken Holga Camera
We often look at the photos of some the of the best commercial photographers and think, if only I had the equipment they had… But the truth is that the photography is more in the photographer than in the camera. Take, for instance, this video of professional photograhper Douglas Sonders who uses a broken Holga film camera for the first time since he was in college.
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.
Lighting For Texture Technique
Understanding the lighting to show texture is the most important concept in photography. This tutorial takes you step by step to achieve superb results
Exposure Elements: F-Stops and Shutter Speeds
There are two parts involved in exposing film or a digital sensor to light. One is the intensity of the light and the other is the length of time the light is allowed to strike the film or sensor. Exposure= intensity x time.