Photography Tips & Tutorials
If you're just starting out with a DSLR camera, you're probably pretty overwhelmed with all the different settings you have available. This cheat sheet from weblog Living In the Stills will help you keep it all straight. We talked about a lot of these things in our Basics of Photography Night School , but when you're out and about and don't have time to flip through a full guide, this cheat sheet can give you a quick glance at what different aperture, shutter, ISO, and other settings will do.
You can add photos to a movie, and use iMovie to create special effects for the photos. One popular special effect is to pan across a photo or zoom in and out of a photo as it plays in your movie. This is known as the "Ken Burns effect," after the filmmaker who frequently used the technique in his documentaries. First you need to grab a single frame from your video to use as a still photo. Move the Playhead to the frame you want to select. In the menu at the top of the screen, select File...Save Frame As...
An Introduction Time-lapse photography, the art of speeding up time, is a favorite activity here at Untamed Science . The reasons for this are multifaceted. A good time-lapse looks beautiful and it tells a great story as you increase the speed of time. This guide is aimed to show the amateur how to start taking stunning time-lapses.
Being a photographer is sort of like being in school--in a good way. There's always something new to learn. (Or if you prefer, you could just let your photo editor do most of the hard work for you.) As I write my very last Digital Focus of 2011, I thought it would be fun to take a look back and round up the ten most essential articles. If you're looking to brush up on some photography techniques over the holiday break, here are my recommendations. 1.
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Why do people look so blank, so vacant, so unnatural in portraits? Peter Hurley , a leading head-shot artist for actors, celebrities and executives, said people look like badly embalmed cadavers because they try to pose, but lack the skill to look natural doing it. Even professional models, experts at a certain haughty look, seldom know how to look natural. “I have to deprogram them into something that is more real,” said Mr. Hurley. How does Mr.
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The Place For Model Terrain. Home -> Reference -> Photographing Terrain A lot has changed since Gary James wrote TerraGenesis' original article on photographing terrain back in 1999. At that time a decent digital camera was a rather expensive piece of kit and even then, its capabilities were laughable by today's standards. Today it is possible to buy a decent digital camera for a very modest sum while last year's models can be picked up at bargain prices on eBay.
Learn how to take and edit digital photographs using visual tutorials that emphasize concept over procedure, independent of specific digital camera or lens. This is a complete listing of all tutorials on this site; click the drop-down links in the top menu to see particular topics . Photography is going through an exciting transition period as many film photographers are beginning to explore the new capabilities of digital cameras. While the fundamentals have remained similar, other aspects are markedly different.
Creativity is all about making choices. But when you set your camera to automatic, as so many do, the camera makes the choices for you. If you want to be creative, the first thing you have to do is turn off the automatic setting.
Posted by Rebecca D. Dillon | | Yesterday evening I was watching a sort of twisted romantic, indie comedy called Camille on Netflix instant queue. It was strange for more than one reason but the main ones being a.) I don't watch comedies, b.) Camille is pretty much dead through most of the love affair, and c.) she has a fascination with her Polaroid camera.
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