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learn digital camera photography:Starting out in Photography, the Digital Camera Basics - The Photographic Coach

learn digital camera photography:Starting out in Photography, the Digital Camera Basics - The Photographic Coach | Portrait Photography for Beginner Photographers | Scoop.it
Tweet How to Learn Digital Photography: Let’s Start with Some Basic Photography Lessons This photo category will cover basic questions as they come in from our readers or as my schedule allows to put pen to paper.
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Aperture and Shutter Priority Modes on Digital Cameras

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Aperture and shutter speed settings can seem confusing for a new photographer. Luckily your semi-automatic settings, Aperture Priority and Shutter Priority, make them a little easier to understand. Do you know how to use them?

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One most important equipment that could complete a photography set up is photo backdrops. There are a lot of reasons but most importantly, it could help enhance photos, being it's main purpose.

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Portrait Photography Lighting at Sunset

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Using the bright setting sun as a backlight can be intimidating for some photographers when shooting portraits outdoors, but it's not impossible to get some great shots out of it.

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Which One: Canon 50mm f1.4 or 85mm f1.8 Lens for Portrait Photography

Which One: Canon 50mm f1.4 or 85mm f1.8 Lens for Portrait Photography | Portrait Photography for Beginner Photographers | Scoop.it
In this blog post, we compare the Canon 50mm f1.4 and 85mm f1.8 lenses for portrait photography with Canon Digital SLR cameras. Read more at The Phoblographer.

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Stylish Ideas and Useful Tips For Your Family Portrait Photography

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Capturing the memories of your family, friends and relatives through photography is too important to be left to chance.

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5 Tips for Lightroom Beginners | Pixiq

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5 Tips for Lightroom Beginners...

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Photography For Beginners - First Time With Your Digital Camera

[youtube:gAzd1l_0fic;[link:Click Here To See More Photography Tips];http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAzd1l_0fic&feature=related] Kodak, the company that took cameras out of the hands of professionals and put them into the hands of everyday consumers, is in financial trouble. Why? Because people -- everyday people -- are turning to digital cameras, leaving film-based cameras gathering dust in the closet. As the largest producer of film-based cameras, and photographic film, Kodak finds itself losing great gobs of money. However, digital cameras won't save money if people don't know how to use them. Below are pointers on how to use your digital camera, and take advantage of your Mac, too. You need a computer While some types of cameras allow you to view your photos on a TV, in reality a digital camera is quite worthless without a computer. The best computer to have for digital photo editing is a Macintosh with a USB port, which generally covers everything Apple has made since the iMac. It will also help if the camera comes bundled with Macintosh-compatible photo editing/viewing software. Mac OS X 10.1 comes with software capable of downloading pictures directly from some cameras; you may not need to load a thing. Learn the basics Yes, you will probably need to read the cameras manual. Please note that some cameras don't come with a printed manual, you must read an Acrobat file from the CD-ROM that came with the camera. Take your time and find all the controls and learn how to use them. Make sure you understand how to load batteries, plug it into your computer, and turn it on and off. Also understand which buttons you don't want to push. (I recently watched someone wonder aloud what one button did, so they pushed it -- and watched their rechargeable battery fall into the Pacific Ocean.) Generally speaking, the better the camera, the harder it is to operate the camera. Inexpensive digital cameras rarely support more than "point and shoot:" you point it, you push the button, it takes a picture. The camera will try to auto-focus the image and adjust the exposure according to available light. The more costly digital cameras allow you to manually adjust focus, focal length, lighting, and many other settings which will help you turn a good picture into a really bad picture -- if you don't read the manual first. FREE Book: Reveals Professional, "Insider" Tips And Tricks For Taking Awesome Digital Photos With Your Digital Camera... (Even If You're A Complete Beginner To Photography!) Click here to access "How To Take Pics Like The Pros" We teach digital photography and suggest you get started with the free report, and then Watch this Youtube video channel "Free Digital Photo Tips"


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10 Useful Digital Photography Tutorials for Beginners

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Are you a beginner looking for good digital photography tutorials? The great news for you is there's plenty of free online tutorials and guides to help you get started with digital photography.

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Only $35 for a 3-hour Beginner or Advanced Walking Photography Class from ... - STLtoday.com

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The Beginner Photography Course offered by STL Photo Art gives you the opportunity to learn and practice new photographic skills and techniques at several St.
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How To Use A Studio Flash For Photo Shoots

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Photographers investing in a photography studio set-up should include studio flashes. The studio environment does not provide the same amount of light you would get if shooting outside; studio flashes make up for this.


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How to Shoot in Direct Sunlight

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Shooting in direct sunlight can lead to images that have high contrast, blown out highlights, lens flare and colors that might even look overly saturated. If you’re shooting portraits they can also lead to the ‘squint factor’.

So what’s a photographer to do?

Here are eleven quick and simple tips at combating the problems that bright sunlight might bring when shooting outdoors:

 


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Free family portrait photography cheat sheet | Digital Camera World

Free family portrait photography cheat sheet | Digital Camera World | Portrait Photography for Beginner Photographers | Scoop.it
Learn how to navigate your camera through challenging conditions with this free photography cheat sheet for taking better family portrait photography.

 

Not specific to the Canon 5D Mark III, but just an overall great cheat sheet


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Techniques: 26 landscape photography tips every pro still uses

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Are you a beginner landscape photographer? These 26 landscape photography tips are the essential groundwork you need to start taking pictures you can be proud of.

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What Does a Portrait Photographer Do?

A portrait photographer takes professional photographs of individuals, groups and families. He or she owns a studio or works for a photography company. Artic...

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How to minimize noise in digital photos - Macworld UK

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In the days before digital photography, seemingly every corner store had rack upon rack of film on display.
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Free Online Digital Photography Courses for Beginners

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No pressure ever with this Photography Teacher and Coach. My talks, classes ... Want to really learn more about your digital slr cameras, “to see and know” really .. what that rocket ship of a slr you just purchased can do?

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35 Useful Digital Photography Tips And Tutorials

35 Useful Digital Photography Tips And Tutorials. Good blog post for beginners


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