Sunday, November 17, 2013

How to do High-Speed Colored Powder Effects Photography — — Readability

How to do High-Speed Colored Powder Effects Photography — — Readability: "Seeing as our brains can only process images so quickly, we often find high-speed photography to be very intriguing because it captures something that our eyes and brain cannot process fast enough. High-speed photography freezes actions and movements, allowing you to view a single moment in time for as long as you wish. The more movement and actions you add, the more intriguing it becomes. In this video, photographer Evan Sharboneau shows you how to create high-speed powder photography using some easy-to-find products and a little creativity:"

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iPhoto 2.0 for iOS review: Better speed, search, and sharing — — Readability

iPhoto 2.0 for iOS review: Better speed, search, and sharing — — Readability: "Between the radically updated look and feel of iOS 7 and the new features and emphasis of iPhoto 2.0 for iOS, it’s sometimes hard to determine where one ends and the other begins. On the one hand, the new iPhoto for iOS update shares many similar features and image editing concepts with the previous version. But it looks and functions so differently that even some old features feel new. And then there are a number of genuinely new features added to the app, which is universal for both iPhone and iPad."

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How to Find Your Best Images With Lightroom 5’s Compare View — — Readability

How to Find Your Best Images With Lightroom 5’s Compare View — — Readability: "For decades photographers have faced the question of how to determine which of their images are the best. I’ve been through it all, from squinting at 35mm slides through a loupe on a lightbox, to creating contact sheets from negatives and marking the best with a red marker, to scanning negatives and slides through to the modern version of looking at Raw files on the camera’s LCD screen or in the various programs I have used over the last few years. Of those, there’s no doubt that Lightroom is one of the best for the task of comparing images and selecting the best ones."

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How to Organize Photos in Adobe Lightroom — — Readability

How to Organize Photos in Adobe Lightroom — — Readability: "This article is for new Adobe Lightroom users as well as those who already have photographs stored on their computer and are looking for a better approach. Deciding how to store your photographs or improve the way you currently store your photographs requires a little knowledge and a plan.  In either case, the end game is the same: creating a file structure that works for you and streamlines your workflow.  The purpose of this article is to give you that knowledge and a roadmap to quickly get up to speed. In this article, we will:"

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Experimenting with Product Photography — — Readability

Experimenting with Product Photography — — Readability: "Every genre of photography comes with its own set of challenges. But perhaps one of the most difficult genres is product photography. In product photography, every little detail matters. Every highlight, shadow, reflection, color, texture, everything. Hours and hours can be spent perfecting a product shot, and even more hours can be put in editing that shot. In this video, photographer Nick Fancher shows you some of his experiments with product photography. He guides you through his ideas, setup, execution, and results for three separate experiments in photographing a cologne bottle:"

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Depth of field photography

Depth of field photography: "If you are an aspiring amateur photographer who is trying to get your photos noticed, or just want people to say WOW when they look at your best shots, there are a few things that you can do that makes your shots stand out from snapshots and the everyday photo takers. One of the most important is understanding depth of field and using it to make photos that look taken by a pro.

If you want your shots to stand out and you want people to love your work, understand Depth of field and learn to use it to make your shots great."

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