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Still Life: Photography Activity

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Here's a snippet I uncovered recently I thought might be useful for you to read: This is a study of an inanimate object, such as a vase of flowers or bowl of fruit. You’ll need: A source of light (a window is good) A subject. I suggest a nicely arranged bowl of fruit. Camera Setup Mode: Aperture Priority (often shown as Av on the mode wheel) ISO: 100 or so […] The post Still Life: Photography Activity appeared first on PictureCorrect...Still Life: Photography Activity More on photography lighting tips

Octabox Size Comparisons for Portrait Photography

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Here's a snippet I came across just recently I thought might be useful for you to read: Did you know that when it comes to your light source, size really does matter? While bigger isn’t always necessarily better, there’s no doubt that individual sources impact the look of a subject in vastly different ways. Francisco Joel Hernandez demonstrates how octaboxes and diffusers of all shapes and sizes can effect an image for better or […] The post Octabox Size Comparisons for Portrait Photography appeared first on PictureCorrect....Octabox Size Comparisons for Portrait Photography More on photography tricks

How to Use Photography Reflectors to Save on Lighting Costs

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Here's something I discovered not too long ago I thought may be useful for you to read: We all know that photography is about capturing light. We all know that the basic setup for a portrait requires three lights. Now for the ugly part: buying good quality studio portrait lights is expensive! Enter photography reflectors. If you can’t afford to get a top quality three light system, the best option is to […] The post How to Use Photography Reflectors to Save on Lighting Costs appeared first on PictureCorrect....How to Use Photography Reflectors to Save on Lighting Costs More on [...]

10 Photoshop Skills You Need to Know

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An item of here I thought might prove interesting: There are tons of things you can do in Photoshop to edit and create incredible images. Some techniques are fairly complex and require a good understanding of the software, but there are a lot of easy things you can do and still get professional results. Here are 10 lesser known, but simple Photoshop features from ...10 Photoshop Skills You Need to Know More photography tricks

Crazy Deal: Get a Nikon D750 DSLR Camera for $1249

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A little something of here I thought might prove interesting: One of the best camera deals is back, and it is just in time for the holidays. Ebay seller BuyDig is selling refurbished Nikon D750 camera bodies again for $1249. We've featured this deal before in the past but this is by far the lowest price we've ever seen on one of the best full frame cameras on the market. It's unclear when Nikon will be updating...Crazy Deal: Get a Nikon D750 DSLR Camera for $1249 Further reading on photography techniques

4 Photography Training Guides from Kent DuFault: Pre-Black Friday

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Here's something I noticed just recently I thought could be interesting for you to read: We are rounding up the best offers for photographers this week as holidays deals are upon us. This one just started up today and these popular guides from top photography educator Kent DuFault are now at their lowest prices EVER. If you are looking for more help in any of these areas, now is definitely a good […] The post 4 Photography Training Guides from Kent DuFault: Pre-Black Friday appeared first on PictureCorrect....4 Photography Training Guides from Kent DuFault: Pre-Black Friday Related posts on photography lighting tips

Think Tank Announces New Rolling Camera Bag Geared Towards Smaller Planes

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An item of here I thought might prove interesting: If you've ever booked an out-of-town photography gig and needed to catch a flight to get there, you might have run into this problem: you get on the plane, lift up your roller bag to put it into the overhead bin, and it just doesn't fit. You push, you squeeze, you try taking out the laptop, but nothing works. You hang your he...Think Tank Announces New Rolling Camera Bag Geared Towards Smaller Planes More about photography tips

A Checklist of Real Estate Photography Essentials

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Here's an article I ran across just recently I thought could be useful for you to read: One of the most crucial selling points for any real estate agent is a set of high quality, dynamic images that convey as much information to a customer as possible. With demand rising, more and more photographers are trying their hand at photographing the interiors and exteriors of apartments, homes, and condos. Troy Nikolic offers a […] The post A Checklist of Real Estate Photography Essen...A Checklist of Real Estate Photography Essentials Related posts on portrait photography tips

How to Make a Cheap DIY Product Photography Booth

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Here's a snippet I uncovered recently I thought might be interesting for you to read: Creating stellar product photography has nothing to with how much money you can spend. Often times, things don’t go perfectly, so you have to be resourceful and be able to figure out how to capture the images you’re looking for. To help aid his fellow photographers in taking great product photography, Chicago based photographer Caleb […] The post How to Make a Cheap DIY Produ...How to Make a Cheap DIY Product Photography Booth More on outdoor photography

Tips On Shooting Autumn Landscapes In The Lake District

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A little something of here I thought might prove interesting: Autumn's the perfect excuse to visit one of the UK's exquisite national parks so here's a few tips on taking photos in the Lake District....Tips On Shooting Autumn Landscapes In The Lake District Related posts on outdoor photography