Ways to reduce memory usage on Mac (and free up your RAM) “No matter what I do, my Mac is still slow”, an average tech-consultant hears this phrase multiple times a day.
Give a person even the most powerful computer, and pretty soon it will be cluttered with apps, extensions, and things that are too much for it to handle. To reverse it, one has to go back and сlean up the mess, removing memory agents one by one. Prepare for a fight — every byte of memory is at stake. Understanding exposure - a precursor. One of the hardest concepts to understand in photography is exposure.
Partly because it is an abstract concept rather than an apparently obvious and tangible action and partly because there are so many elements involved. One other problem that is seldom addressed is the fact that terms are thrown around with complete abandon. It's not just the novice photographer to blame for this, pros do it too. In this article I will introduce you to the following acronyms and their meanings; Ev (exposure value), Lv (luminance value), Av (aperture value) and Tv (time value).
7 Essential Things Every Photographer Needs to Learn. 9 Fundamental Styles of Portrait Photography. Top 10 Photography Genres - List Dose. Photography is a highly influential and powerful visual medium, which creates a lot of impact on the viewers.
Be it in the News papers, TV, Online, etc. The content is highly complimented by the photographs. The very live example is this article itself which has equal number of photographs along with the content. As the famous quote goes,” A picture is worth a 1000 words” How to Create a Starburst Effect in Photographs. When shooting into the sun or other light sources, you may notice that some of your images have a unique quality to the light – this is known as a “starburst” effect.
This can create a very strong focal point and add an entirely new dimension of interest to your image. Photo by Christopher O’Donnell This effect is not just limited to the sun – any light source has the potential of creating a starburst such as street lamps, headlights, or even reflected light. This technique is especially useful at night, as the many lights that decorate an urban scene can become a starburst, as seen below. 50 Incredible Photography Techniques and Tutorials. About The Author Vitaly Friedman loves beautiful content and doesn’t like to give in easily.
When he is not writing or speaking at a conference, he’s most probably running … More about Vitaly Friedman … Over the recent months we’ve been presenting various showcases of photography – while many readers hated the showcases, most readers found them inspirational and perfect for a lousy workday’s morning. However, what we should have done in the inspirational posts is not just provide you with some inspiration for your work, but also present useful photographic techniques which can help you to achieve optimal pictures for your designs.
And as requested by many of you, now it’s time to correct our mistake. Blog — Richard Pickup Photography. In this instalment of Pebble Project I present four examples of FP4+ in different developers.
In a sense, the results here speak for themselves and the reader is invited to draw his / her own conclusions. That said, I’d like share a little commentary of my own as guidance, especially for the reader who is less experienced in film use. This is a job of interpretation, and as such carries the usual caveat that your impressions may differ.
My thoughts You will see immediately that different developers have differing effects on similarly exposed film shots (which these are). Perspective Control in Images - Focal Length or Distance? (a tutorial) Perspective Control in Images - Focal Length or Distance?
- A Tutorial - This article is all about controlling perspective in images. For the discussion in this article, the definition of perspective that we will use is "the size relationships of various elements in an image that are different distances from the camera". Examples of why perspective control in images is important to us: A photograph showing a scene with a family standing in front of a mountain range is one case where perspective is important to the aesthetic quality of the image. The reality is that focal length has absolutely nothing, in itself, to do with perspective in images.