Wednesday, August 26, 2009

21 Examples Of Brilliant Photography With Humor from Smashing apps

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Ten Tips For People Photography from Craig Ferguson

More often than not, it’s the people you meet that make travel truly memorable.

It’s also the photographs of people that usually get the best reaction from family and friends when you return home.

So without further ado – 10 tips for better people photography.

Lightning Photography – A Primer from The PhotoArgus

This quick tutorial will show you how to use some basic equipment to translate a few million of watts of electricity into a few million pixels.

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Zenfolio - Hosting in an Elegant Way!

Zenfolio combines the best in online photo viewing experience with a flexible shopping cart.

This means that not only do your photos look great on Zenfolio, they can be easily ordered as prints or a variety of products from a selection of vendors.

The service is easy to use, and offers many powerful features.

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All 54 winning photographs at the Nikon Photo Contest International 2008-2009

All 54 winning photographs at the Nikon Photo Contest International 2008-2009 here.

Slr - Lens Reviews

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Saturday, August 1, 2009

Shooting Portraits like a Pro On a Budget

In this post portrait photographer Alexis Godschalk shares some tips on shooting studio like portraits on a budget by talking us through a shoot he did with a band recently.

Extensive Reviews from Momentcorpration

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Lens Defects Database

The data presented here is based on the Lens Defect Survey. No survey is 100% reliable and as someone once may have said

'There are lies, damned lies, and statistics' (Mark Twain quoting Benjamin Disraeli). So be aware that:

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Sofortbid Mac Tethered Shooing.

Tethered Shooting

Control your camera remotely from your Mac via USB or through wired or wireless LAN using a wireless transmitter.

Automatically transfer all captured images instantly to you hard disk and optionally import them into your prefered image library application.

Trigger image capture via release button on camera body including high speed shooting or remotely from your Mac via toolbar button, menu item, keyboard shortcut or Apple Remote.

For Mac User's Check it out Here.