Feb 16 2013

Photography: Capturing Cherished Memories Since 1826

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The people and moments we hold so close to our hearts cannot always be properly portrayed through words alone. This is where photographs come into play. Photographs are said to capture 1,000 words, so it’s good to know just how many ways you can go about not only getting the most out of the photographs you take but also protecting them and leaving your personal mark in the world.

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Mar 22 2012

More Tips for Beginners

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Fun Tips And Techniques For Great Pictures!

Photography is equal parts science and art, with skills and vision playing crucial roles in the final results. Whether you are content with an amateur’s level of photographic skills or you aspire to be the next Ansel Adams, these 4 tips will take you one step further in understanding the process.

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Mar 11 2012

Improving Your Photography Skills!

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1. Use a Tripod

In order to produce the best and clearest photographs, you should use a tripod. A tripod allows you to stabilize the camera, so that your photos are not fuzzy or blurry. This is especially important if you are using a high-zoom lens or shooting at night, since small changes in the camera’s position will result in major blurring.

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Dec 27 2011

Photography Terms–Digital Photography Terms You Should Know

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Digital photography is among the hottest activities presently. Growing enthusiasts of this kind of art is likewise beginning to understand dopes of photography as a possible business enterprise. A substantial amount of people are impressed on the beauty of the craft of creating amazing still shots. For those who aspire to venture this very encouraging kind of art, you may need to start up familiarizing some rudimentary photography terms initially before going for your venture.

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Dec 24 2011

Great Ways To Improve Your Photography Skills

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Good job! The amount of information available can be confusing. Here are some ideas to get you on the road to quickly improving your skills so you can take stunning pictures.

Try experimenting with different colors and angles, and all the different features located on your camera. There is no need for an original object if you are looking to create an original photo. Great photographs can be made by taking a picture of something that isn’t usually interesting and making it interesting. Try different things to find a style that suits you.

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Dec 23 2011

Suggestions To Get The Best Event Images

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If a beginner you should take many shots, so it is easy to guarantee the end result of the photographs. Experiment: Alter your camera settings, distinct lighting, distinct camera angles. Try to find which works best for you.

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Dec 22 2011

How You Can Take Aerial Photographs

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In today’s society, aerial videography and aerial photography are considered valuable art. To many people, they are not just attractive pictures. Aerial photos are used in various movie shots, magazines, business planning and a lot more. Photographers taking aerial photo need to have the right type of camera and they are usually major photography enthusiasts who either do it as a hobby or do it as a business. These photos can be pretty expensive if put up for sale.

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Nov 01 2011

Why Does Your Canon EFS 17-85mm Lens Flex Cable Going to Err 99?

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Have you found out about the Canon EF-S 17-85mm IS USM lens aperture diaphragm breaking? This is a very useful lens that can be used so many scenarios its hard to be without it! What can be done when it begins to fail?

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Oct 13 2011

Photography Tips on Travel and Landscape Photography

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A video featuring photographer Karl Taylor. Shot in Paris, France.

Not a simple point form style like Rick Sammon’s video from the other day. More an ongoing dialogue as Karl took photos.

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Oct 12 2011

Top Ten Digital Photography Tips

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Learn how to see the Light
Create Depth and Dimension
Take a Hike
Look down; Look back; Look up
Tell the Whole Story
Frame it
Beware of the Background
Fill the Frame
RAW Rules
Envision the End Result

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