How To Be Natural With Portrait Photography

October 20, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
The problem with portrait photography is coming out with a portrait that has the subject either uneasy looking, stiff, nervous, or is just plain discomfited with their awkward smiles prominently displayed in the photo. A photographer should crack their subject's openness up so they would lighten up and cooperate with you. They'd be more natural to...
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Capturing Great Landscape Photography

October 20, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
Wide angle lenses are best suited for landscape pictures. A great landscape view for a picture depends largely on the amount of light falling on its location. Action, Lights and Location After selecting the location which you feel will enable you to capture a great picture, evaluate the amount of light available in the area. If this is for an imp...
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A Brief History Of Photography

October 20, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
For centuries images have been projected onto surfaces. The camera obscura and the camera lucida were used by artists to trace scenes as early as the 16th century. These early cameras did not fix an image in time; they only projected what passed through an opening in the wall of a darkened room onto a surface. In effect, the entire room was turned...
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Black And White Digital Photography

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There are several ways to achieve black and white digital photography. With black and white digital photography, you are bringing the end user back into a period of time when life seemed a lot simpler. Many digital cameras come equipped with a function to take these types of photos. If your digital camera does not support this function, you can sti...
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