The Ring of Fire: a Cheap Steel Wool Pyrotechnic Display. How to Photograph the Moon. How to Create a Timelapse in Photoshop. Tutorial: Capturing Stories in Coffee Cup Reflections. Dina Belenko is a creative still-life photographer from Russia and incredibly successful 500px Prime photographer.
Her artistic images capture magical stories behind everyday inanimate objects. In this tutorial, Dina shares an amazing technique for capturing shapes in the reflections of coffee and tea. Read on, stay inspired, and enjoy! Coffee cups are probably my favourite subject to shoot. I love all their different shapes and forms, and I love the light reflecting on the surface of tea or coffee. So, why do not use them to tell a small, cozy story?
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I find it very useful to take photos of small things such as hand crafted jewellery or close up photos of flowers. Comparing my old macro ring (by NEEWER) the Bestlight Macro ring has a couple of features that I like better and one thing that I like less. However, the positives are more significant overall. The most significant positive is that this light ring comes with two filters:a frosted white filter and a yellow filter. 48 LED lights of the ring produce fairly white light, so having a filter that can soften it is very helpful in some situations. The second aspect that I like is that it is more compact. There is only one thing I like less than my old ring: the cord that connects the light to the battery is shorter. Project #09 - Water Drop Photography — Jonathan Choi Photography. Once you have set up you scene, all you need to do is to get the composition that you want and the focus right.
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Canon EOS (APS-C) Lens Tests / Reviews. What lenses for my digital SLR (Canon) Unbiased advice (really) though I do get some bucks if you use the store links.
Many people eager for a high end digital camera buy a digital SLR body and then ask the question of what lens to put on it. Often they seek a wide-range zoom to duplicate what they could do with a point and shoot digital camera. Some have shot SLRs and film before, some P&S film, most P&S digital. A few are new to photography and wealthy enough to start high end. (New: Because people have asked for even more advice, I have prepared an article on what digital camera you should buy. The typical camera choice in this area is similar to the Canon EOS 50D/7D or the new Digital Rebels or the Nikon D100 and cousins.
When you take a picture, the lens does most of the work. As such, it was expected to spend a fair bit more on your lenses than on your camera body.