Archive for October, 2009

Artistic Macro Photography Produces Amazing Images

Friday, October 30th, 2009

A macro photo is a image that is very close up. Macro photography is the only way to take pictures of extremely small subjects such as insects, and the fine, tiny details of plants. To take macro photos you will need macro lenses, extension tubes, an a tripod. Manual focus in recommended to make sure you are focused on the right part of the subject. You will also require much more light with macro photography
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Capturing Water On Camera

Monday, October 26th, 2009

Capturing water as it moves might sound simple but getting slick, smooth looking edges will more often than not prove a challenge. Slowing your shutter speed down to ¼ or even ½ of a second can help you achieve your desired results. The only exception to this is free flowing water, with some light, and no obstacles in it’s path – a faster shutter speed will be best in this instance, although like all things it is best to experiment.
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How To Take Top Notch Artistic Photos Of Animals

Monday, October 19th, 2009

Artistic animal photography can be rather tricky. By Taking lots of shots it will help insure that you end up with some great photos to choose from in the end. Sharp photographic images can be achieved by using speeds of at least 1/125 or even faster. Animals seem turn away from the camera as soon as you start clicking. Keep good eye contact, and get in close for your artistic animal photos, keeping your subject centered.
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Three Most Valuable Digital Photography Tips

Sunday, October 18th, 2009

Too much contrast was always a problem for film photographers, but is even more apparent when shooting with a digital camera. Patchy lighting and too much contrast can destroy what might otherwise make for a perfect picture. If you are getting too much flash and don’t have an inbuilt option to adjust it, place your finger partially over the flash for your next shot and you will see the difference. Lastly, write down your camera settings before making any adjustments or risk losing them.
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