Thursday, 25 July 2013

Shoot the Sky Photography Courses




This isn’t for everyone, it is for me though, you should try it. Shooting the sky is something I teach all my Nature Photography students in my class. It gives them an idea of something that’s simple, and is always there! Looking for some great nature subject matter?

Tips how to...
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Tuesday, 23 July 2013

Best Lens for Fashion and Wedding Photography




There is no “right” lens for fashion photography. Photographers use different lenses to achieve various visual effects. In fact, certain photographers develop their creative style by using the “wrong lighting,” “wrong lenses,” or other “wrong” creative techniques just to stand...
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Saturday, 20 July 2013

Posing Tips for Different Clients Photography




Each shoot and each client require different poses Photography. Here are some suggestions when working with women, men, couples, and children.
Women Posing Tips for Fashion Photography
Posing women is both easy and challenging. It is easy because there are so many possibilities. I love posing...
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Friday, 19 July 2013

Composition for fashion and Wedding Photography




Leading line Composition for fashion and Wedding Photography
When selecting a location, always look at the way you can compose that location within a frame. If the scene is flat overall (like an interesting textured wall), it will affect the way you shoot, compose your image, and pose your...
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Thursday, 18 July 2013

Camera and Lens for Digital Landscape Photography




Point-and-shoot for Digital Landscape Photography
Point-and-shoot (P&S) digital cameras are ubiquitous today, and they offer several advantages, including compact size, many automatic features, and affordability. The more advanced P&S cameras, such as the Canon PowerShot and Sony...
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Tripods and Accessories for Landscape Photography




Tripod for Landscape Photography
Using a tripod, if you don’t already, is the single most important thing you can do to improve the quality of your landscape photographs. A sturdy tripod allows you to support heavy cameras and lenses, eliminates camera movement, facilitates the use of slow...
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Digital Camera Setting for Landscape Photography




Today’s digital cameras are equipped with a bewildering array of features, settings, and options. Although a landscape photographer can safely ignore many of these options, some of them are quite important and it’s critical that they be correctly set. For the most part, unless noted...
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