Welcome to photography tips blog. I am a university student in Linton Global College at Hannam University in Korea. I'm not a perfect photographer, but I really want to learn more about the camera. As I am also a beginner, I want to share the information of photography tips as much as I can.
It was so hard to take the night shoots to meet my satisfaction, but I am sure that this post will help you and I lead to better skills next time! Spcially, tip number 5 ~ 7 are related to actual dealing with the camera rather than number 1 ~4 tips are explaining for the pre-posture. Are you ready for taking the most beaufiul photos ?
Self portraits can be a little intimidating, especially if you need to get a new photo for a certain occasion or deadline. Over the years, I've taken hundreds of self portraits (yikes!) for blog posts, craft projects and to entertain...
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Thanks to Amelia, I tried to learn about Self Portraits. Here are simple 5 tips with a few beautiful examples. The one thing I did make a minor mistake was looking at me through mirror. Avoid looking at you from the mirror and also there are more tips, click this reading and learn more if you are interested!
Introduction of Phinhole A pinhole camera is a simple camera without a lens and with a single small aperture effectively a light-proof box with a small hole in one side. It is my first time to know about pinhole camera today! Once you understand about this camera, you will get the idea of lens and focus.
I will introduce James Nachtwey who is one of the best war photographers in the world. He wishes these types of photos prevent future conflict. I think it is most imporant way to take these photos by treating them with respect. I will keep that in my mind.
“I just bought this camera before my trip and I haven’t a clue how to use it. So I just leave it on Auto.” If you have uttered this phrase in the recent past, read on. If you have mastery of your camera this post will not likely excite you.
Since the weather is getting warm, I want to take some really good shot like by utilizing these tips! I will take many beautiful shots as many as I can. Always beach background brings us the best spot & Protect your equipment over there!
Street photography is telling a story! It attracts my eyes & I knew that how much important asking permission before taking pictures from last year Audio Video Project class. So, be aware of it in advance. Specially, beginners are easy to forget it. And also, other 11 steps also should follow!
SEOUL, South Korea, April 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — The place to be to learn the latest trends, technologies and accessories about photography and imaging, ’2013 PHOTO & IMAGING’ started April 4th. Begun in 1989, this is already the 22nd P&I show being held in Korea. Known as the largest photo and imaging exhibition in Asia, it will be open for visitors until the 7th.
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Who's smarter? Samsung, Nikon, Canon, and sony??
Selecting a camera is the first step. Anyone who is interested in buying a brand new camera. This conference is going to be helpful for you. This conference has been run from 1989.
I use my Scoop.it page to help myself and others learn more about quality photography. I'm not a perfect photographer as well, but I really want to learn more about the photography.
It is so easy to interact with my community. Scoop.it can be shared by the facebook, google+, Twitter, and Linkedin. Although I only use the facebook among these 4 big Social Networks, the scoop.it can easily connect with my community who actually uses the scoop.it.
Besides, Scoop.it sends the users daily summary by e-mail notifications. You can choose from the setting option whether you get daily or weekly or Never. I really like the e-mail notification systems. By accepting them, the users get newletters, tips, notifications from topic I follow, curate, and also on my community activities. I can easily catch up with all the information regardless of any topic I follow.
Scoop.it users need to be gradually contributed to the scoop.it. Page. There are not many times when many uploads were done within a few minutes. The scoop.it. Page is not made for NMT class, but it lasts forever if you do not get rid of account. We can get bunch of ideas, information even after this semester is over. I will also try to keep it in my mind.
My favorite Scoop.it. was about Asia’s biggest photo and imaging exhibition. The place to be to learn the latest trends, technologies and accessories about photography and imaging,’2013 PHOTO & IMAGING’ started April 4th in SEOUL, South Korea. As I got this post, I started to think what kind of camera would meet my expectation. I think that selecting a camera is the first step to be familiar with the photography rather than any other tips.
New to DSLR photography and want a good basic lesson in focusing? This video by Phil Steele gives a good introduction to five different focusing techniques. Post originally from: Digital Photography Tips.
This is not an article but a video about focusing techinuqes. Although the instructor is explaing with canon camera, he is also explaining by utilizing the idea of other camers. I was impressed on it. Besides, you should avoid Auto Focus if a beginner closes to next level. Then, you can feel when to use manual focus mode. Practice !
There are 40photos from last year's entries and winners. My favorite is #17 because I have never seen that scenes in my life. The place is located at Yosemite valley. I want to visit there. Why don't you take a look at those beautifl pictures and pick one of your best?
Exploco is your adventure sports & activities guide to the best local spots & travel destinations worldwide. (RT @exploco: Top 10 Travel Photography Tips - full frame sensor or smartphone, matters not - you've got to be there!
Travel photography is all about the moment! These days, it's wonderful weather for traveling. In this reading, rule of thirds reminds me of last year video production! Are all of you ready to get inspired?? I'm ready^^
Let me start off by telling you that I don’t think of myself as a great travel photographer, my main focus is fashion/glamour and teaching those areas of photography. However thanks to my work I do travel a lot and over the years I’ve been building a portfolio from the shots I take during the trips that I even feature on my website, meaning that I really like those shots. Of course most of the images I took 2-3 years ago are now replaced by new ones, and the new ones I like a lot better so I’m learning every trip. During my seminar “being creative and getting the shot” there is a lot of attention for some parts of travel/street photography and people respond very positive to this part of the seminar, so I thought it would be fun to share some tips on the blog, I hope it will help you out on your next trip/vacation to take better shots. And remember that ALL these techniques also translate to model/fashion/glamour photography.
For more go to http://easy-exposure.com In this lesson about photography we will talk about shutter speed and i will show you examples on how the slow or fas...
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This video is showing us definition of camera terms on screen, it help us to take a note if you need. And also, she is explaing by touching real camera and closing it up with slow voice, it help us to understand easily and we can listen carefully! I really like it!
Last week, I learned about aperture from LGC picture club. So, this video helped me out for reviewing. I'm so impressed on his explantion by using the flashlight and real lens on his hand to make beginners understand easier.
Fueled by a desire to take better photos, last year I got myself a nice DSLR for Christmas. I’m certainly no photography expert - but I did take the time learn a few photography tips I could immediately use to take substantially better photos.