Thursday, November 10, 2011

Go B&W In Winter - Outdoor Photographer |

Go B&W In Winter - Outdoor Photographer | "


Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Go B&W In Winter
More than just a solution for bleak scenery, converting your images to black-and-white can give winter landscapes and sports action tremendous impact
Text And Photography By Adam Barker
Labels: How-To, Camera Technique, Black & White

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Black-and-white adds a fine-art impact to nature photographs, and the unique properties of winter are especially exciting for beautiful monochromatic photos and prints.
Winter is a wondrous season for photographers, with its own unique challenges and triumphs. For many of us, the landscape changes shape and character entirely, covered in a blanket of Mother Nature’s finest frozen concoction. While there are certainly fleeting moments of inspiring color, winter, it seems, is a season well suited to monochrome imagery. "

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Short Lighting Photography – PictureCorrect

Short Lighting Photography – PictureCorrect: "Short lighting by definition is when the main light illuminates the side of the face that is turned away from the camera"

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Lessons Learned From My Trip To Italy

Lessons Learned From My Trip To Italy: "Back in September I was fortunate enough to go and shoot a wedding in Italy for a long time client and now friend. I brought my wife along with me and made a nice little extended vacation out of the trip and it was incredible. I’ve picked up quite a few travel tips over the years and I learned a few more on this most recent trip. So, I thought I’d compile a short list of some of the more important ones here. This list (in no certain order) will help not just anyone traveling to Italy but anyone traveling period."

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Help Me Photograph a Friends Cafe [dPS Community Workshop]

Help Me Photograph a Friends Cafe [dPS Community Workshop]: "Today I’d like to invite you to participate in a dPS reader workshop. We’ve done a few of these in the past and they’ve always been fun. In short we take a reader submitted question and throw it open for some discussion in the comments below."

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Photo Fabric Dye: Make Multicolored Sun Prints! | Photojojo

Photo Fabric Dye: Make Multicolored Sun Prints! | Photojojo: "What do you call dye that uses sunlight to develop photos on fabric? Frakkin’ amazing, that’s what."

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