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Photography Today #photography

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Photography Today #photography, by Markus Kauppinen: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos. (Photography Today #photography is out!
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This article gives you many tips and techniques you can use to make your clients more comfortable as a photographer. Many clients photographers deal with are not very experienced. This article shows you a basic posing technique that can help the clients feel more educated about what they're doing. Another tip they give is to act comfortable and friendly as a photographer. Most people get nervous at the fact that they don't know the photographer yet. A good way to make a client feel more comfortable around you as a photographer is to act very friendly and open to the clients. Once you begin acting comfortable with them they will start doing the same with you.

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Hayleigh Simon's comment, May 8, 2013 2:27 PM
I thought this article was very inspiravtional because I would like to become a photogrpaher someday. I liked the fact that this article gave a lot of detail and was easy to understand. It was very good techniques that the article gave. I will most definitly use these tips when I am someday a famous photographer.
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Ghostly pictures made in 3D – minus the camera - tech - 16 May 2013 - New Scientist

Ghostly pictures made in 3D – minus the camera - tech - 16 May 2013 - New Scientist | Photography | Scoop.it
A strange kind of photography called ghost imaging has been extended to work in 3D, and may one day prove useful for medical or security scans (RT @newscientist: Ghost protocol: snapping a picture with a camera that doesn't exist is pretty spooky,...
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This article is about a strange kind of photography called ghost imaging. The artilce talks about how they believe it might be the next big thing in the medical and security business.

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Hayleigh Simon's comment, May 16, 2013 2:27 PM
I liked this article because it shows how people really depend on photography in many different ways.
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Expert Deborah Bell talks photography as fine art and how to collect it - CultureMap Dallas

Expert Deborah Bell talks photography as fine art and how to collect it - CultureMap Dallas | Photography | Scoop.it
Expert Deborah Bell talks photography as fine art and how to collect it CultureMap Dallas Moderated by Jeffrey Grove, the Dallas Museum of Art's Hoffman senior curator of contemporary art, the panel — documentary photography/journalist Kael Alford,...
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Is photography art? Many people wonder this question quite often, and many people have their different opinions, but the fact is that photography is art. This article covers the facts about how photography had finally earned its place in the world of fine art in 2011.

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Hayleigh Simon's comment, May 14, 2013 2:28 PM
I thought this article was very true. I most definitly believe that photogtaphy is a type of art. Art is a way of freedom. It gives you a way to express your feelings on a piece of paper, or maybe even in a photograph. Art and photography aren't the same exact thing but photography gives you that feeling of freedom.
Hayleigh Simon's comment, May 16, 2013 2:26 PM
I believe that this article is very true because photography really is art and without it the world would be a hard palce.
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How to Challenge Yourself To Be A Better Photographer

How to Challenge Yourself To Be A Better Photographer | Photography | Scoop.it
Challenge yourself to be a better photographer: http://t.co/ppbAfzQOaU #photography
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This article is very informational and gives great tips to new photographers. The article explains how challenging yourself can make you a better photographer. It also states that trying new things in the photography world can be very inspiring. It's all about bettering yourself.

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Hayleigh Simon's comment, May 14, 2013 2:15 PM
I liked this article because it gave me lots of interesting things I'd love to try with my photography. I haven't been doing photography for a long time so I love getting as much advice as I can. Making myself a better photographer is my main goal and this article helps me with ways I can do that.
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Making a Living as a New Professional Photographer via picturecorrect.com @ Weeder

Making a Living as a New Professional Photographer http://t.co/kt1pO2bPnm #photography
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Making a living as a photographer can be tough but its not impossible. This article explains ways where you can have a sucessful photography business. Taking your time is one of the biggest advantages photogrpahers have in the business. Experienced photographers can make up to $3000 at just one wedding, where a photographer starting out most likely wouldn't make as much. This article also offers techniques a starting out photographer can use to make as much money as a experienced photograher in one day. For example, if you have a group photoshoot with 10 or more people and charge each person $30 then you'll be making just as much as a experienced photographer.

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Hayleigh Simon's comment, May 9, 2013 2:20 PM
This article was very interesting to me because I know as a starting out photographer I will have to be patient. I know that I will not make as much as a experienced photographer at first but I'm okay with that. I feel that I will need to focus on my business and customers before I worry about money. Once everything comes together than I'll be set.
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Quick tip when using Free Transform in Photoshop.

Quick tip when using Free Transform in Photoshop. | Photography | Scoop.it

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This article includes very useful advice. Editing takes a very important part in photography and this article covers good tips.

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Transform Again 


If you've used FREE TRANSFORM (for example, to scale down a layer) and you want to apply the exact same transformation to a different layer, press Shift-Command-T (PC: Shift-Ctrl-T).

 

That's the shortcut for Transform Again (meaning repeat whatever you did: scale, rotate, move or any combination of transformations).

 

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Creative Photography by Jan von Holleben / Creative Photography / Photography Hubs and Blogs

Creative Photography by Jan von Holleben / Creative Photography / Photography Hubs and Blogs | Photography | Scoop.it
Born in 1977 in Cologne and brought

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This article includes blogs and advice about photography. They focus on lots of creativity.

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Hayleigh Simon's comment, May 16, 2013 2:26 PM
I liked this article because it is very creative. Many of the pictures were very different.
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Photography In The National Parks: Made For Monochrome - National Parks Traveler

Photography In The National Parks: Made For Monochrome - National Parks Traveler | Photography | Scoop.it
National Parks Traveler Photography In The National Parks: Made For Monochrome National Parks Traveler Editor's note: Color photographs are the mainstay of the national park traveler, but black and white has its role in the parks, too, as Rebecca...
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This article is about the different ways you can make sure you get good photographs of nature. It says that you shouldn't be scared to use the black and white affect in a picture because sometimes it turns out to look better than the colored. It gives lots of information about how they shoot most of their nature pictures at a national park.

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Hayleigh Simon's comment, May 14, 2013 2:20 PM
I thought this article was very neat because shooting nature is always amazing. It's one of the easiest things to shoot. I take much interest in the black and white photos as well. It just gives it something that you can't even explain.
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Provence-inspired Engagement Shoot in a Lavender Field

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A romantic French-inspired engagement shoot in a lavender field and a vintage tea table. (RT @BelleChicBlog: Dreaming of a lavender field in Provence?This French-inspired engagement shoot from @sandraaberg will make you swoon!
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This article is about a engagement photo shoot. The pictures showed a vintage look including the clothes and props they used. They were inspired to do the vintage look because of the area they were in.

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Hayleigh Simon's comment, May 14, 2013 2:09 PM
I absolutely loved this article because it consisted of the only thing that inspires me the most, pictures. The writing wasn't as long, but it did state some important things about the shoot. The vintage look of these amazing pictures was perfect. This couple really topped it off while showing their love for each other.
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Silhouette Photography Tips and Tutorial

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Normally every time you take a photo, you want the subject to be as crisp and clear as possible.

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This article gives very good advice and tips on taking silhouette photos. A silhouette photo can be very unique if you do it right. Their are ways you can capture certain light that you need but their are also ways you can keep from capturing certain light. This article explains ways you can get the silhouette picture you want with simple easy steps.  

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Hayleigh Simon's comment, May 8, 2013 2:38 PM
This article was very educational because it taught me ways that I can create amazing pictures within seconds. It was very informational and gave good examples. It showed you examples of silhouette pictures so you can understand exactly what they are talking about.
Xposedbydesign's comment, May 8, 2013 2:44 PM
Glad you found it helpful, make sure you practice it.