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Feb
22
2011

Aperture and Shutter Priority | Photography Tutorial

The Missing Pages column is a collection of all of the information that should have been included in your camera’s Owner’s Manual—but somehow got left out. This is a hybrid assortment of short articles that delivers the know-how you need to derive the maximum enjoyment—and creative expression—from your equipment. For the best tutorials, Follow netglos @twitter and netglos.com It’s sort of a juiced-up User Guide for creative people who are not necessarily technical. Each part […]

Feb
21
2011

Wedding Photography; Two “Camps” Of Style And Vision

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There was a time when all wedding photography was pretty much the same. Well-trained photographers worked from “shot lists” and used high-end, medium format equipment. They took wedding portraits (many in-studio) whose hallmarks included great color, sharp details, beautiful lighting, and well-posed subjects. Wedding albums were filled with 8×10”, 8×8”, and 5×7” prints of carefully posed images of couples, their families, and the bridal party, all smiling nicely for the camera. These traditional photographers often […]

Feb
21
2011

Focal Length Facts Digital Photography Tutorials

In the good old days there wasn’t much to know about lens focal lengths. A 100mm lens was a 100mm lens; the only thing you needed to know was whether that lens was a telephoto (as it would be on a 35mm film camera), a normal lens (like on a medium-format camera) or a wide angle (as it would be on a 4×5 view camera). Most people quickly learned what the focal lengths represented for […]

Feb
8
2011

White Balance in Photography

ExpoImaging ExpoDisc White balance is an adjustment that accounts for the color temperature of the light in a scene. All light sources emit light at a specific color temperature, which is expressed in Kelvin. As the light travels, it may pass through particles in the atmosphere or a filter on the lens, which filters some of the wavelengths. For example, a sunset is usually around 3000-4000K, while bright, midday sun is about 5000-6500K. The sun […]

Jan
26
2011

Understanding White Balance for Photography

If you come from the world of films, you may remember using filters to correct for incandescent or fluorescent lighting. Most people don’t bother and their indoors pictures invariably come out with a yellow/orange or bluish cast. In the digital world, these correction filters are no longer necessary, replaced by a feature found in most — even the entry-level — digital cameras called, “White Balance.” Light Colour Temperature The reason that pictures turn out with […]

Jan
25
2011

Shooting in JPEG or Shooting in RAW

The following tip on RAW vs JPEG was submitted by Richard and Rebecca from Finn Productions (You can see their Flickr account here) . It came out of a discussion in our Flickr Group titled JPG or RAW. There is actually a lot of good discussion already in this thread so once you’ve read the following head over and see what others have to say on the topic. So, you’ve forked over at least $600 […]

Jan
25
2011

Make Money With Photoshop | 7 Easy Way for make money

This is the scenario: You are a skilled Photoshop artist, or perhaps you are a great photographer. If that’s not true, then you may be a cool designer or at least have some nice Photoshop tips or tricks that nobody knows. And you need money. No matter what your skills are, if you are capable of creating something with a certain appeal with Photoshop or even other graphics application, there are many ways that you […]

Jan
24
2011

50 Best Photo Editing Tutorials

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During its dawn, photo editing was a delicate art that only a selected group of people were able to handle, those who were experts in playing with chemicals, working on the dark room and obtaining awesome things while experimenting. But since the arrival of the digital era, everybody became a potential photographer, the camera sales around the world have increased and so the edition technology. Programs such as Adobe Photoshop, Photomatix, Lightroom, Expression Design, Corel […]

Jan
4
2011

Turn your Photo to Avatar Style Portrait with Photoshop

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Final Product What You’ll Be Creating The beauty of Photoshop is that you can do nearly anything with it, even turn yourself into a Na’vi alien from Avatar. In this tutorial we will demonstrate how to use basic digital painting techniques to turn an ordinary photo into an Avatar style portrait. Let’s get started! Tutorial Assets Model Eyelash Brushes Eye Ball Step 1: Selecting the Skin Tones Open the model photo. Our first step is […]

Jan
4
2011

Undress Giraffe with Photoshop

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Have you ever wanted to know what a Giraffe looks like without its spots? If so, this tutorial is for you, you pervert! Today, we will demonstrate how to undress a giraffe by removing its spots. We will then show how to turn its spots into an outfit that will be draped over an ironing board. Pretty cool! Let’s get started! Tutorial Assets The following assets were used during the production of this tutorial. Ironing […]

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