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15 Amazing HDR(High Dynamic Range) Photography Tutorials
15 Amazing HDR(High Dynamic Range) Photography Tutorials
You must have seen photos having amazing effects and contain perfect combination of light and dark intensity of lights. The credit goes to HDR (High Dynamic Range) Photography. HDR photos cover a large exposure range, allowing for deeper contrast in both shadows and highlights.
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Canon 70-200 F4 – Lens Review
Canon 70-200 F4 – Lens Review
Review of the Canon 70-200 F4 L lens.
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How to Use Digital Camera Metering Modes
How to Use Digital Camera Metering Modes
The light levels can vary from scene to scene, or from subject to subject. So there are a few different ways digital camera meters can measure the light. The three most common are listed in this article.
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Lens Filter Guide and Effects in Photography
Lens Filter Guide and Effects in Photography
There are still some effects in photography that simply cannot be reproduced without the use of lens filters. Here we give you an overview of the most essential filters that every photographer should learn to use.
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Are you making CGI Bottles? Why? It takes it only 10 minutes to shoot it.
Are you making CGI Bottles? Why? It takes it only 10 minutes to shoot it.
This step by step tutorial Video will show you the lighting setup required to create superb bottle Image.
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The Complete Beginner’s Guide to Lomography
The Complete Beginner’s Guide to Lomography
The digital camera has revolutionized photography. More people have embraced a passion for photography than ever before. So, is film photography dying? Lomographic Society would beg to differ. It can be argued that this organization has done more to keep film alive than any other. This tutorial will guide you through the complexities of becoming a Lomographer using their ten rules as a guide.
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Step-By-Step Guide to Developing Black and White T-MAX Film
Step-By-Step Guide to Developing Black and White T-MAX Film
This tutorial will explain the process of developing T-MAX film as a simple step-by-step walkthrough. It’s a great introduction to understanding how film development works, and how you can improve your photography by giving the process a try!
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The Comprehensive Concert Photography Primer
The Comprehensive Concert Photography Primer
Concert photography can be a tough challenge for new photographers. Without the right gear and realistic expectations, it can be one of the most frustrating arenas to enter. When I started shooting concerts, I read everything I could get my hands on to prepare myself as best as I could, but I still learned most of my lessons the hard way. From the other side of trial and error, here are a few things every concert photographer should know.
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Adobe Camera RAW for Beginners: The Detail Tool
Adobe Camera RAW for Beginners: The Detail Tool
In this video tutorial we will look at the Detail Tool and put it to work. The Detail Tool is broken down into two different tabs. The sharpening area allows you to add detail and overall sharpening to the photo, while the Noise Reduction area takes out some of the luminance patterns and color sparkles that can crop up in photos.
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Kinetic Photography: Techniques and Stunning Examples
Kinetic Photography: Techniques and Stunning Examples
Today we’re going to take a brief look at a particular moving type of photography that attempts to channel chaos into beauty: kinetic photography. As you can see in the image below, the results vary incredibly and are often quite stunning.
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Introduction to Digital Photography
Introduction to Digital Photography
In this three part series of videos, we are going to look at the fundamentals of photography. These videos will endevour not only to explain what various camera functions do, but also illustrate them clearly and explain how we can use them creatively in a real world situation.
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Photography Tips for Bad Weather
Photography Tips for Bad Weather
Let’s face it, the weather in most parts of the world is not always picture perfect. Where I live on the west coast of British Columbia, Canada we have our share of rain and what I like to call heavy mist. As a photographer what do we do to prepare ourselves for this?
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6 Elements of Design for Striking Photographs
6 Elements of Design for Striking Photographs
What makes a striking photo? Often, it’s merely ordinary things composed in an ordinary manner. That’s because they always tend to have a single theme or idea, and because clutter is kept to a minimum. They are simple, true, and sincere. Today we’re looking at the elements of design (line, shape, form, texture, color etc) that can turn a simple subject into a striking photo.
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Natural Vs Artificial Lighting for Portraits
Natural Vs Artificial Lighting for Portraits
There are basically two kinds of lighting to consider for portraiture: natural and artificial. Considering the pros and cons, as well as requirements for different situations, will help you decide which kind to use.
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10 Simple Yet Effective Photography Tips
10 Simple Yet Effective Photography Tips
For the amateur photographer, these are ten easy, non-technical tips to help you improve the quality of your photos. While there are many technical aspects of photography, great pictures usually begin with a confident photographer who has learned to master composition before worrying about F-Stops.
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