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Free Photography Tutorials

Free Photography Tutorials
<a href=">1&date=y&tz=+1&utf=y&html=y">View RSS feed</a> The tutorials on this site will help you turn your 'snaps' into pictures that will delight your viewers rather than bore them to death. Click here to find free tutorials to read online, covering all aspects of photography. There are articles on all aspects of photography and photo editing, which I have collated into eight different sections; If you are new to photography and are not sure where to start, I recommend you begin at the beginning.

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Long Exposure Tutorial: Learn to Capture Silky Smooth Motion Shots Tomer Razabi is a passionate freelance landscape photographer and owner of an adventure and nature expeditions company. Tomer guides photography expeditions in Israel and around the world. 500px: Tomer Razabi Facebook page: Tomer Razabi Photography Website:

Powerhouse Museum – Photo of the Day April 11th, 2014 by Lynne McNairn This image shows the workings of the busy docks in Darling Harbour in around the 1890s. The area pictured is Grafton Wharf which was used by the Clarence and Richmond River Steam Navigation Company. The building in the centre is No 1 Sussex Street which was used as offices by the steamship companies. One sign by the door reads ‘Ship Engineer, Adelaide S. Co, Up Stairs’. 100 Helpful Photography Tutorials for Beginners and Professionals Photography as both a profession and a hobby is an incredibly expansive topic that covers a remarkably vast range of subjects from science and art. No matter where you lie on the professional spectrum, there is simply always more to learn. We spent countless hours scouring the web for the best content we could find and share with you, and today we'll help you expand your knowledge with 100 photography related tutorials! "There are many composition guidelines which can be applied in almost any situation, to enhance the impact of a scene. Below are ten of the most popular and most widely respected composition rules."

8 Awesome YouTube Tutorials Every Photographer Should See Jimmy Mcintyre is a travel photographer, educator, and 500px ISO contributor. His photos have been published in local and national magazines, including the BBC. His online courses on digital blending and post-processing can be found on his official website. The Internet is awash in photography tutorials, some of which can truly revolutionize your photography. Sometimes we may come across a single tip or technique which we find no use for, until a few months down the line when we unexpectedly come across a challenge in our photography, and voila! this technique comes to mind and saves the day.

Photography Tutorials We are very excited to announce the release of our second video course, Level 1: Workflow and Post-Processing. After months of hard work and many sleepless nights, we were finally able to wrap the course up and make it available for purchase. After receiving a lot of positive feedback on our first video, we decided to take it up a level and deliver something we are truly proud of. The result is a 14-hour educational course that will surely satisfy your hunger for photography knowledge for quite a while. In this course, we pick it up right where we left off last time; from the moment you insert your memory card into your computer, all the way to the image export process. We go over each step of the photography workflow process, provide detailed information on different post-processing tools available on the market today (along with the overview of the most popular ones), and give you in-depth coverage of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.

44 essential digital camera tips and tricks Our collection of top digital camera tips and essential photography advice will have you improving your photos in no time. Culled from experts and photographers who have been taking pictures for quite some time, they all agree that these 44 camera tips are essential knowledge for honing your craft. So feast your eyes below, check out some of our best photography tips on everything from setting up your digital camera to honing your photo composition, and by the end you will learn the secrets and shortcuts to getting high-quality pictures every time. Digital Camera Tips: 01 Always reset camera settings There are few things worse than taking what you think is a stunning picture, only to find your camera’s ISO and saturation were cranked right up from a previous shoot and you’ve missed the moment.

Photography Tips for Beginners If you are just starting out in photography and you don’t know where to begin, or perhaps you have been taking pictures with your camera for a while and want to improve your shooting skills, the collection of material compiled in this article will not only help you in building up your photography knowledge, but also assist in advancing you to the next level. On this page, you will find everything from basic photography tips for beginners all the way to more advanced techniques and tutorials to help you grow and get the best out of your equipment. Let’s start out with the essentials.

Best camera settings for sunsets (free photography cheat sheet) The key to choosing the best camera settings for sunsets is to make sure you capture the sunset’s colours as they are, not how the camera ‘thinks’ they should be. You might also need to adjust the exposure settings to suit the conditions, too, because in extreme lighting situations the camera might not interpret the scene in the way you expect. In our photography cheat sheet below we’ve provided some of the best camera settings for sunsets. Use these as a starting point and then let your creativity take over!

10 more killer photography tips the pros won't tell you Photography tips from the pros: 01. Use full stops for ISO Typically you increase the ISO in order to enable a faster shutter speed for sharper pictures or to use a smaller aperture for a given shutter speed – or a combination of both. DLSRs offer fine control over the aperture and shutter speed in 1/3 or 1/2 stops. Many cameras also enable the ISO to be fine-tuned in the same increments too, but this isn’t always necessary.

photography cheat sheet - Digital Camera World In this quick tutorial we’ll show you how to choose the right AF points and weigh the pros and cons of single point vs area selection. Many people dream of turning their passion for photography into a full-time job, and in his brilliant infographic professional photographer Robert Sail guides you through some of the key steps and lessons you’ll learn from newbie to pro. Often we talk about the reasons why you should upgrade your camera, but rarely do we examine the reasons why you shouldn’t buy a new camera.

Top 10 Digital Photography Tips Compose in Thirds To use the rule of thirds, imagine four lines, two lying horizontally across the image and two vertical creating nine even squares. Some images will look best with the focal point in the center square, but placing the subject off center will often create a more aesthetically composed photograph. Luminosity Masks for Black and White Being mostly a Nature photographer producing color images, I occasionally get questions about the applicability of luminosity masks to other genres such as portraits, wildlife, autos, and black and white. I always respond that luminosity masks work equally well on any continuous-tone image regardless of the subject. Luminosity masks select specific tonal ranges in the image, and since all photographs are composed of tones, they all can use luminosity masks to adjust these tones.

10 Photography Tips To Better Capture What You See Pin this article to Pinterest! So you have an artistic eye. You see the world in ways that are unique, interesting, and different. You want to share this world view through your photography… but one of the greatest frustrations new photographers encounter is that when they get back to their computer and pull images off the camera, the results are nothing like the grand vision they experienced while shooting. Has this ever happened to you? I should emphasize that the tips I’ll share here are like a double edged sword: you can use them to more accurately portray your inner vision of a shot, or they can be used to accurately reproduce exactly what your eye physically observed.

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