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Lens Zoom Effect in Photography
Lens Zoom Effect in Photography
A zoom effect in photography terms is where you capture an image which looks like the subject is moving either towards you or away from you with a motion kind of lines. It’s also known as racking the lens.
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Camera Mode Guide and Tips
Camera Mode Guide and Tips
The mode dial on a modern camera usually includes a bewildering number of letters and icons. I can never remember what 90% of those modes do, and even if I did, I don’t remember to set that mode when the opportunity presents itself.
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Skydiving Aerial Photography Tips
Skydiving Aerial Photography Tips
The skills required to capture great shots in the sky are very unique and require a great deal of training and practice. Not only do you have to be up to speed on how to take great photos (without using your hands), you have to be an expert flier in freefall, an expert canopy pilot, and you have to manage the additional risk that comes with carrying the camera equipment.
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How To Choose A Digital SLR Camera..
How To Choose A Digital SLR Camera..
Tutorial on the important features of a digital SLR camera including memory cards, pixels and megapixels, lenses, jpeg images, and many more. Learn the best digital single reflex camera to choose and purchase with VideoJug's expert advice.
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Learn The Basics of Color Focus Editing in Photoshop CS5
Learn The Basics of Color Focus Editing in Photoshop CS5
In This tutorial we will learn the basics of “color focus editing” or selective color, the post-processing technique where most of a photo is converted to black and white, but some parts are left in color to draw the viewer’s eye.
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RAW Files Explained in Photography
RAW Files Explained in Photography
The elusive concept for me was Digital Camera RAW files. A mystery to me mainly because every time I tried to understand it I ended up trying to avoid handling the large files sizes.
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How to Photograph Birds in Flight
How to Photograph Birds in Flight
Panning photography is certainly an art, but if the photographer studies and learns from initial attempts the end results can be pretty staggering in a relatively short period of time.
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Professional Fashion Photography Tips
Professional Fashion Photography Tips
The biggest challenge is finding the perfect team and building a name for yourself. There has to be absolute harmony in the team in order to benefit from each others’ creativity.
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16 Train Station Photos that will Inspire you + Tips
16 Train Station Photos that will Inspire you + Tips
It amazes me how much abstract architecture there is in a train station. In this collection I’ve put together 16 of the most inspiring train station photos from the web and some great tips on capturing the abstract beauty of train stations.
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Tips for Photographing Camera Shy Guys
Tips for Photographing Camera Shy Guys
Photographing guys can be challenging, because as a portrait & wedding photographer I spend all of my time taking pictures of people who are not models and don’t know how to pose. To make things more difficult most of my male subjects don’t even like to have their picture taken.
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Macro photography: Tips for better macro photos
Macro photography: Tips for better macro photos
Macro photography is loved by many but practiced well by few. In this article I’ll share some tips on how you can shoot better macro photos. If you’re new to macro, or something’s missing from your macro photos, or you want to improve your macro photography altogether, this is the article you have to read.
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Croping Photos
Croping Photos
While the temptation might be to delete such images the beauty of shooting in the digital format is that editing images after shooting them is relatively quick and easy. Cropping is one option for fixing such problems. This is usually done in photo editing software (most cameras come with software that will enable this) but these days many cameras can also do it within the camera itself.
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The Basic Recipe for Taking Great Pictures
The Basic Recipe for Taking Great Pictures
Sometimes when you take a photo the result isn’t quite what you expected, it could be overexposed (too much light), underexposed (too dark), or simply is out of focus. The principal settings you have to adjust when taking a picture are the film speed, shutter speed and aperture of the camera.
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DIY: Creating Your Own Ring Lighting Setup
DIY: Creating Your Own Ring Lighting Setup
Do-It-Yourself projects are now the new thing to do in your spare time. In this DIY, you will learn how to create a fully functional thirty inch ring light that only costs a fraction of the price of buying one new. So get up off the couch and add a another light to your studio arsenal!
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Introducing the Wonderful World of 50mm Prime Lenses
Introducing the Wonderful World of 50mm Prime Lenses
Well, if you’re like most contemporary photographers your first SLR came with a kit zoom lens in the range of around 18-55mm. These are useful lenses, but most photographers find as their experience grows that they soon outgrow the kit zoom lens and need something else. This brings us to a question that every photographer faces at some point – what second (or third or fourth…) lens would be most useful to me?
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