In life we tend to aim for something and by that we focus too much ... sometimes too much just doesn't work ... rather, take advantage over your conceptions, camera limitations and overall hesitation ... :)Let's try that.- learn to see; you're moving by and you witness a lovely view ... isolate what you see from how you feel, try seeing the moment through a frame without any secondary distractions; not that those elements look ugly, they just add filters of confusion to what... continue reading
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Getting that perfect shot can be difficult. There are a number of different variables that come into play that can make or break whether that shot is National Geographic worthy, such as lighting, motion, gear, and even the camera case. These tips are designed to help you get the best shot possible, not matter what the situation.1. Know the LightThe first thing you should do is assess where the light is coming from and use that to your advantage. Whether the light is natural or... continue reading
So you’re all set up to go take photographs, you have your expensive lenses and a camera body; you’re hauling around a heavy tripod so that your images are blur-free. And yet, when you go home and look at your photos on the computer, they still aren’t very pleasing to the eye. What’s wrong? The composition of the photograph and the subject's relation to you are often leading factors in the result of a good image.WHERE'S THE SUBJECT?Perhaps the most important step towards a good... continue reading
Hi everyone, can anybody help me? I want to see if I can get some images printed to sell, does anyone have any good ideas how to do this cost effectively but with high quality?For example, is it worth investing in a good A3 printer and do it myself or use a printing company, but which one? Also framing, are there any good companies out there that are not expensive but have high quality?Looking forward to your replies guys!Keep clicking people!!!Please look at my website here. Any comments... continue reading
There is a company I am trying to work with that prints images on polymeric film and permanently laminates them in glass on both sides in either transparent or backlit. It is pressed in a furnace, just like a windshield. No other framing is needed.So far, it has been done for large format glass partitions but may be interesting for wall art. continue reading
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