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Expose the highlights, wedding photography example. Interview With Greg Sand - Photoshop Tutorials. Greg Sand is an artist/photographer from Clarksville, Tennessee.

Interview With Greg Sand - Photoshop Tutorials

He explores issues of time, existence and death and incorporates these elements in his work. With this, he creates an interesting work that has an eerie, haunting feel with a melancholic ambience. We’ll see more of his work and get to know more about him in this interview, so read on! First off, can you tell us more about yourself? I am an artist and photographer producing artwork in Tennessee. How did you get into photography? I got into photography as a college art student. Who are your influences? I think some of the most direct influences on my work are snapshots, antique portraits and old family photos. What inspires you to take photographs? Inspiration frequently comes from the found photos that are used in my pieces. Your images create a feeling of nostalgia and have a certain eeriness to them, why do you explore this theme? What is your aim in taking photographs? My aim is to explore existence, time and death. Uk.pinterest. Turn Photos into Paper Flowers.

If romantic comedies have taught us anything it’s that getting a beautiful bouquet of flowers is pretty darn special.

Turn Photos into Paper Flowers

Flowers brighten up your day, but they tend to do that one pesky little thing — dying once they’re cut. Making flowers out of photographs is a fun and cheeky way of telling that special someone you are smitten. Plus, these flowers will go on living as mini photographic reminders of beautiful things that have happened in your life. Learn how to make a super fun and simple bouquet of photo flowers to cheer up your living space, a loved one, or a stranger on the street. Gmail - Free Storage and Email from Google.

3 Reasons Why You Should Switch To Back Button Focus. This article was written to expand upon some of the key points in my ebook Tack Sharp: A Step By Step Guide To Nailing Focus.

3 Reasons Why You Should Switch To Back Button Focus

Over the past couple of years (and really since writing my ebook) I’ve become a huge advocate for making the switch to back button focus. It was one of the most revolutionary changes I ever made to how I take pictures. It seems like such a small thing, yet it’s such a huge difference in the way your camera works. I honestly don’t know why this isn’t the standard setting on all cameras because after getting acclimated to this setting, I honestly can’t understand the meaning for or use of the ‘shutter half way down’ method. No More Switching Your Lens To Manual Focus This little advantage takes some getting used to, mainly because for the first few weeks after switching to BBF you’ll likely keep switching your lens to manual focus out of habit.

No More Refocusing Every Time You Let Go of the Shutter Use Servo for Almost All of Your Focusing Needs. 3 Reasons Why You Should Switch To Back Button Focus. London Photo Festival. Photographing Snow – Tips and techniques. What’s the best way to approach photographing snow?

Photographing Snow – Tips and techniques

It can be a tricky subject, so let’s look at techniques to get it right. The temperatures have dipped below freezing, there’s a foot of snow on the ground, and most of the wild animals have either headed south or gone into hiding–which is exactly what a lot of photographers do. They crawl under the covers, turn up the heat, set a cup of hot chocolate by their side, and go through their images. Precisely because so many photographers like to stay inside during the winter months (unless they head to Florida to photograph the migrating birds), you should head out shortly after the first snowfall and continue going out until the final snows melt.

The opportunities you can come across are boundless, no matter where you’re located in the northern climes. This is where the fun begins. Although the main subjects you’ll be photographing are snow and ice, the way you approach them provides countless options. White of Winter: How to Capture & Work with Snow Photos. © Andy Long.

White of Winter: How to Capture & Work with Snow Photos

All rights reserved. Maroon Bells, Aspen, Colorado As the winter season starts to wind down for another year, there is still time to go out and capture some nice winter landscape images. Let’s look at the various options available for obtaining those great snow scenes. Histograms & Exposure. A Professional, Photographers and Infographic. Photographing Glass. Canon 5D Mark III Audio Tutorial. Our ‘What Is … ?’ Videos Explain Technical Terms and Concepts.