Saturday, February 23, 2013
Choosing Photo Paper for Photography Printing – PictureCorrect: Although the world of photography is enveloped in a digital mist, photographers still print their work regularly. Photos that are printed are often considered special and are cherished. Many find their way to top galleries and make up the décor of many homes and businesses by being hung on the wall. If you intend to further develop your photography skills, understanding the various implications of different photo papers on your work is important.
Direction of Light in Portrait Photography – PictureCorrect: One of the main questions aspiring photogrpahers ask professional, Neil van Niekerk is what people can change about their light setups to instantly improve their photos. Having the advantage of being able to draw from years and years of hands-on experience, van Niekerk has deduced the answer would be the direction and quality of light. In the following hour and half long tutorial, he gives an in-depth demonstration on how honing in on those two variants will have you creating the photographs you’ve been trying to take. Take a look:
Weddings Through The Eyes of a “Noob”: Lessons I Learned: hroughout the first 20 years of my career in photography, I’d photographed a lot of different things- NHL All-Star games, Major League Baseball, NFL Football. I’d photographed portraits, boudoir, model portfolios. Landscape photography became a passion of mine. One thing I never photographed was a wedding.
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