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Exposure is controlled by shutter speed, aperture, and ISO speed. "Stops" let you directly compare and swap these to produce the image you want. In photography, a "stop" is a widely misunderstood concept, feared by many because it sounds so complicated. However, it's actually very simple: A stop is a doubling or halving of the amount of light let in when taking a photo. For example, if you hear a photographer say he's going to increase his exposure by 1 stop, he simply means he's going to capture twice as much light as on the previous shot.
A Guest Post by David Powell from Shoot Tokyo Here are a few lessons I have learnt from daily shooting… I hope you enjoy. 1. “Do or Do Not…. There is no Try”
Before printers spewed out photos on paper, photos were printed on glass! Sure, that sounds like the kind of thing your Uncle Buck would make up, but we’re telling you, it’s totally true . Just to prove it, here’s a tutorial on how to put your own photos on glass with etching ! It’s a different technique than 19th century photographers used and is as easy as old school iron-on transfers. The results? They’ll put you on par with the most bad ass of our photo fore-fathers.
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This tutorial doesn't cover reasons why you might want to shoot with RAW and stitch in 16bit format. It is a simple HOWTO listing the tools available and how to use them with hugin.
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So you are thinking of taking up photography as a hobby. Where do you begin? The age of point and shoot is over.
Flash Photography with Canon EOS Cameras - Part I. Copyright © 2001-2013 NK Guy Version 1.8. 12 December, 2010. http://photonotes.org/articles/eos-flash/ The invention and subsequent automation and miniaturization of electronic flash revolutionized photography.
Richard Avedon, Herb Ritts, and countless other great photographers have rocked the white background for decades.
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