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Foundations of Photography

What is Flash? Flash usually means that a photographer has used flash to fill the shiny areas of a texture. When used with good techniques to prevent dark images, Flash Fill is a very...

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The Principle Of Civilization In Photography

Introduction: The third rule is one of the most important structural guidelines in photography. Using the human eye to draw attention naturally to certain parts of an image. As a photographer, it’s important to...

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Natural Framing in Photography

Use objects around you to create a natural frame: When composing an image, there are a variety of techniques. The third and main lines can have effects based on the rule and improve your...

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Motocos Photography – Photo Like Motocos

Introduction: Motocross is a loud, messy, and exciting game. Sometimes held within the arenas, often live outside on dirt tracks, mucocross never slows down. Motocross, or MX, is not difficult to photograph once you...

Introduction to Photography: Tips for Beginners 0

Introduction to Photography: Tips for Beginners

It’s an amazing time full of creativity and discovery starting in photography. Unfortunately, for many new photographers, the introduction of photography is a time when they have bad nerves. Engaging advice from friends and...

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How to Get Great Moon Photography

Introduction: Moon photography is something that almost everyone has tried to get some perspective on. It’s big, it’s pretty bright, and it’s just simple, but most images don’t capture this magic. More often than...

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How To Apply Forced View Photos

Introduction: The forced approach is a photographic optical contrast, which is usually used to create two or more objects. Appears closer or more different, or different sizes than reality. Forced Perspective: Forced perspective in...

How Much Your Photography Costs 0

How Much Your Photography Costs

Introduction: How do I charge for my photos? What are the common pricing methods for photography? These are very common questions for new photographers (and some experienced ones). There is no “fixed” evaluation in...