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EverClip for iPad review

EverClip for iPad review | Photography | Scoop.it
EverClip for iPad is an app that allows you to clip various things from across the internet as well as many third party apps.

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Kathy Koustoubardis's curator insight, November 14, 2013 12:10 PM

Allows you to clip different things from  Internet, thirds party apps so you can use later. The clips  once saved can be  sent to Evernote  or when you launch the app the clips are on the clip board.

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Mjölnir


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Six DSLR Settings You Should Know By Heart | Contrastly

Six DSLR Settings You Should Know By Heart | Contrastly | Photography | Scoop.it
How you use your camera will depend greatly on what type of shooting you do, but these 6 settings you should definitely by heart!

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Instagram Success: These Types of Images Drive the Most Engagement (Infographic)

Instagram Success: These Types of Images Drive the Most Engagement (Infographic) | Photography | Scoop.it

A new study unlocks the secrets to what's most shared on the popular social network.

Curalate, a visual analytics and marketing firm, created algorithms to determine how over 30 factors -- including color, lightness and saturation -- affect an Instagram post's performance. The company analyzed more than 8 million images from the photo-sharing platform.

The findings share are some tips to help businesses kick their Instagram presence into high-gear, including:

 

Keep it cool: Photos dominated by blues and other cool colors tend to garner more likes while photos with warmer oranges and reds do worse.

Master monochrome: The more dominant a single color is on an image, the more likes it could get. Pictures dominated by a single hue receive 40 percent more likes than those that don't.

With color, less is more: It can be tempting to ratchet up the vibrancy, flooding your image with color to make it stand out. But in today's overstimulated world, bright and vibrant colors can get lost. The proof is in the data: Curalate says less saturated images receive 18 percent more likes than their mover vibrant counterparts.


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Louise Robinson-Lay's curator insight, November 15, 2013 12:52 PM

Interesting to see what people prefer to see on Instagram and how they like their images to appear.

Blake Hawley's curator insight, November 18, 2013 11:56 AM

A lesson in humility.  The data did not support my own notion of what a "good" instagram photo is.  Proof that data speaks louder than intuition (when you have the data!)....insert duck face.

Sarah Greenaway's curator insight, December 1, 2013 6:46 AM

light, blue, depth, monochrome, low saturation, texture. fun

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101 Portrait Photography Tips

101 Portrait Photography Tips | Photography | Scoop.it
These 101 portrait photography tips will help photographers learn to take their portrait photography of people to the next level by learning new techniques.

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Bahar Borna Faraz's curator insight, October 21, 2013 7:10 AM

worth to read. 

Katie Webber's curator insight, January 12, 10:26 AM

When you are taking portraits, it is better to have the people doing what is comfortable to them. Being in a studio is awkward for most people and that shows in their face. It is also good to have the camera at the same eye level as the person you are taking a picture of. In every picture they don't need to be looking straight at the camera either. It looks better sometimes if you have them looking out into space. When you are outside with poor lighting it's always a good idea to have them face away from the sun because their face will be more shaded. Portrait photography has a lot of different tips you could follow. Take your time and take a lot of different pictures like of them smiling or not smiling.