Exposure enables photographers to easily tell vibrant stories with their photos. Assemble a more complete narrative than you could with a feed or lonely photo on a permalink page.
Creating amazing narratives in Exposure is a breeze. Our “what you see is what you get” editor lets you craft your post exactly as others will see it. Drag and drop to create photo sets laid out in beautiful grids that look great on every device. Write some content, add a title, and hit Publish to share your story with the world.
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How to use Photoshop Elements, Photoshop CS, Photoshop Lightroom and Google Picasa to prepare your images for the web and email. Have you ever received an image in an email which is so big, that you have to scroll both up and down to see it?
Bear with me on this. Your camera and its relationship to memory cards is just like a car and its relationship to fuel. Without fuel a car would just be an expensive lump of metal that doesn’t do anything particularly useful.
Using bounce flash to soften shadows. The light from an on-camera flash isn’t really that flattering. The results often resemble police record shots, which isn’t a good look (unless you’re a police photographer).
Subject placement: Where to put your focal point. In many different genres of photography you will have a subject in your photograph with space around it. The subject may for instance be a person, an animal or bird, a flower, a tree or a building.
How to Loose $2400 in 24 Seconds Like any electronic device, digital cameras need a little care when being handled. Electronic circuitry and moving parts like the shutter curtain are very fragile and can be easily damaged if not handled properly.
Landscape photography is one of the most popular photographic genres, and is certainly one of the most enjoyable – if you love the countryside, what could be better than being out there with your camera?