Browsing articles tagged with " digital camera"
Feb
22
2011

Photography Basics Tutorial

Ever wonder what it is that actually makes a camera work? This tutorial will cover the inner workings of a camera, and introduce you into photography basics and the expansive world of taking better photographs. For the best tutorials, Follow netglos @twitter and netglos.com To take beautiful photographs you do not need an expensive camera and a bag full of equipment. What is important is the photographer’s ability to see his/her surrounding and use knowledge […]

Feb
21
2011

Wedding Photography; Two “Camps” Of Style And Vision

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 […]

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 […]

Nov
3
2010

Ashampoo Slideshow Studio 2010 Free License :Slideshow Photo Editor

We have introduced Wondershare DVD Slideshow Builder to create slideshow movies from your pictures and videos with a giveaway. If you miss that giveaway, this is great information for you: Ashampoo is giving away free licenses for Ashampoo Slideshow Studio 2010. Although it isn’t power than Wondershare DVD Slideshow Builder, anyway, you don’t ignore this chance cause it’s great too. Free License Ashampoo Slideshow Studio 2010 About Ashampoo Slideshow Studio 2010 Compact, cheap and easy […]

Oct
27
2010

How to Turn a Sketch into Vector Illustration

This tutorial aims to guide you from sketchbook to screen; a “Fat Cat” doodled with biro translated into a neat vector caricature. Intermediate knowledge of Adobe Illustrator is advised. Let’s take a look at how to create a cheeky cat illustration – from initial concept through to vector goodness. Final Image Preview Preamble Talk to any Illustrator and they’ll preach the significance of sketching. The media you use are irrelevant, you could be doodling on […]

Oct
26
2010

Best Wild Life Photography Shots

Wildlife photography is regarded as being one of the most challenging forms of photography. It involves a thorough understanding of the behavior of animals and in addition to it, one needs to have sound technical skills, such as being able to expose in the right manner. Its all about being in the right place at the right time. Surprisingly enough, photographing some species may require stalking skills or the use of a camouflage as well. Whilst wildlife […]

Sep
13
2010

100 Photography Tutorials for Professionals And Beginners

Photography as both a profession and a hobby is an incredibly expansive topic that covers a remarkably vast range of subjects from science and art. No matter where you lie on the professional spectrum, there is simply always more to learn. We spent countless hours scouring the web for the best content we could find and share with you, and today we’ll help you expand your knowledge with 100 photography related tutorials! Basic Theory and […]

Sep
5
2010

Protecting Digital SLR Camera

A camera is the most important asset of any photographer. It’s your defining piece of equipment, and well worth protecting carefully from any damage, or wear-and-tear. Today we’re going to take a look at a few suggestions and tips for avoiding camera damage! Disastrous Dust Dust is your digital camera’s worst enemy. You should always take care that dust or sand doesn’t find it’s way into your lens – it can quickly ruin equipment, and […]

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