Sunday, January 29, 2012

Take More Photos – Keep Less

Take More Photos – Keep Less: "When I first heard this advice, I did not fully understand it. I was backpacking in Mexico and had met with that professional photographer who gave me the advice. We met a few days in a row, which made me feel after that I could do much more with that fancy DSLR than with my small point and shoot. I felt the urge to spend what was left of my savings into that ‘toy’ at the time."

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Panasonic DMC-GF3 Review

Panasonic DMC-GF3 Review: "If this is the way it’s going, I’m all for it: smaller, interchangeable lens cameras, with decently-sized sensors and sophisticated image processing internals.

Panasonic and Sony seem to be waging the war with their Micro Four Thirds models and this is another missile hurled at (IMHO) the oversize DSLRS, with or without flipping mirrors!"

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How to Balance Strobes with Sunlight in Photography – PictureCorrect

How to Balance Strobes with Sunlight in Photography – PictureCorrect: "As photographers, we are always trying to capture photographs that pop. That is, images that combine depth and fine details. This short clip explains how to mix strobe lighting with ambient light to achieve just the right feel (for those of you reading this by email, you can see the video here):"

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Enhance Faces in Your iPhone Photos the Easy Way

Enhance Faces in Your iPhone Photos the Easy Way: "When we take photos of people in a professional capacity, we are almost always asked to make small facial adjustments, like whitening a subject’s teeth and softening the skin to hide wrinkles and blemishes. Such edits are commonplace throughout professional photography, but nearly impossible to make from a mobile device."

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