Friday, June 3, 2011
5 Lessons for Photographers from Memoirs of a Geisha: "I’ve just watched the movie Memoirs of a Geisha. The director went to great lengths of recreate the world of pre-war Japan – the movie is beautifully filmed and successfully evokes the atmosphere of a time and place that no longer exist."
Posted by steve at 9:40 AM
What is a two step shutter? How can it help your photography? by Digital Photo Secrets: "Have you ever pressed your camera’s shutter button, only to find that it stops somewhere in the middle? The shutter button might seem uncomplicated, but there’s a lot more going on under the hood than you might think."
Posted by steve at 9:38 AM
How To Get The Perfect White Balance Every Time by Digital Photo Secrets: "When it comes to getting accurate colors, nothing is better than nailing your white balance settings right on the head. If the white balance is even slightly off,it can produce a highly noticeable bluish or reddish tinge."
Posted by steve at 9:37 AM
What is tilt-shift photography? by Digital Photo Secrets: "You may have heard about it before. Perhaps you’ve seen a tilt-shift lens or an old-fashioned camera with a bellows."
Posted by steve at 9:36 AM
Digital Photo - "Green Screen" For Photographers | DPmag.com: "Chris Borgman is a New York-based photographer with a knack for crafting wild and whimsical images. He does this with a tremendously creative imagination and help from technology. He often photographs subjects and backgrounds separately, compositing them together in post."
Posted by steve at 9:29 AM
Digital Photo - Experiment With Shutter Speed | DPmag.com: "One of the challenges of photography is figuring out how to make a still moment come to life. We all know that the camera's shutter speed and lens aperture determine how much light falls onto your camera's image sensor. But shutter speed is also one of the most powerful tools a photographer has when trying to take creative, dynamic pictures."
Posted by steve at 9:28 AM