welcome to team photography. team members are encouraged to share inspiring/helpful tips/information on photography and have fun. May 4
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Photography seems easy at first glance. You simply make your frame and press the shutter button. The reality is, everyone can take a photo but not all can master it.
Is the title clear enough for you? If you don’t ever want to end up like Rocky with your face all swollen because some security personnel decided you were a national threat, or you want to be completely sure that you can take that shot of your favorite celebrity pissing in the garden, this guide is meant to give you some clarity over what you can and can’t do with your camera. Security is a mayor concern in the world these days.
If there was a prize that could be given out to the most creative father, I'd hope that it was awarded to Jason Lee.
One camera function that can be a lot of fun to play with (and that can get you some interesting results) is slow sync flash .
3K+ How do you take Portraits that have the ‘Wow’ factor?
Follow this step by step post processing guide to give your photos a dark lomo style effect with high contrast, blue tones and vignette burns.
Whether it's before, during, or after you shoot, we've posted some awesome photography tips, tricks, and hacks this year.
As so many new camera owners are starting out with photography in the new year I thought I'd compile a list of photography tips and techniques that new camera owners might like to work through in the coming weeks.
1. You can make a photograph of anything and anyone on any public property, except where a specific law prohibits it. e.g. streets, sidewalks, town squares, parks, government buildings open to the public, and public libraries. 2. You may shoot on private property if it is open to the public, but you are obligated to stop if the owner requests it. e.g. malls, retail stores, restaurants, banks, and office building lobbies. 3.
Resources by Bill Jones
If you're looking for a way to draw more attention to the crucial elements in your photographic composition, the Fibonacci Ratio offers a way to direct your viewers eye to the critical parts of your photo.