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Tips To Improve Your DSLR Video Recordings

With most if not all of new generation DSLR cameras now come with high definition video recording capability. We are going to cover a few tip and tricks to help you whether you are experienced or new to shooting movies and video in HD.Manual Focus – Learning to manual focus is really important, even though all cameras have autofocus it’s really unreliable during video shooting. Be sure you also understand which way your focus rings turn, this help you cut down on time adjusting.Tripod – A…See More
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Creative Ideas for Still Object Photography

There are many areas of interest that a photographer can explore to add to their portfolio.  Each genre is creative and inspirational and it takes the ability and skill of the photographer to find their perfect setting.  Some of the best photographs out there have been of still objects.  Whether it is of a building, statue, flower arrangement, or perhaps a rock; these types of still objects can be just as memorable and creative as a live action image.  The following are some ideas that a…See More
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Tips For Photographing The Moon

Shooting images of the moon can be challenging and also be some of the most beautiful shots.  We are going to cover a few tips for shooting great photographs of the moon.Moon PhaseThe first thing you want to do is decide on the moon phase you are going to be shooting. You can usually visit the Weather channel or various online resources to find the moon phases are. You also want to consider weather conditions; you can’t take photos of the moon with clouds overhead. Check in with your local…See More
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Keeping Your Camera Clean and Safe

Your camera is your life-line in photography.  You must keep it clean at all times to prevent your camera from malfunctioning as well as damaging a photograph.  It is easier and cheaper to keep your camera clean than it is to purchase a new one.  Here are a few helpful tips to guide you along the process.1.  It is important that you keep your camera clean after each use, especially after and outdoor shoot.  Many particles such as dirt and dust can be blown into your camera.  Whether you took…See More
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About Me and My Photography Experience:
42nd Street Photo is here to help photographers from all different backgrounds and levels of experience. We hope you enjoy some of the helpful tips we put on our blog here at PitcureSocial.com.
My Photography Equipment:
digital camera, point and shoot, dslr
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http://www.42photo.com

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Tips To Improve Your DSLR Video Recordings

Posted on December 21, 2012 at 9:40am 0 Comments

With most if not all of new generation DSLR cameras now come with high definition video recording capability. We are going to cover a few tip and tricks to help you whether you are experienced or new to shooting movies and video in HD.

Manual Focus – Learning to manual focus is really important, even though all cameras have autofocus it’s really unreliable during video shooting. Be sure you also understand which way your focus rings turn, this help you cut down on time…

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Creative Ideas for Still Object Photography

Posted on November 12, 2012 at 2:25pm 0 Comments

There are many areas of interest that a photographer can explore to add to their portfolio.  Each genre is creative and inspirational and it takes the ability and skill of the photographer to find their perfect setting.  Some of the best photographs out there have been of still objects.  Whether it is of a building, statue, flower arrangement, or perhaps a rock; these types of still objects can be just as memorable and creative as a live action image.  The following are some ideas that a…

Continue

Tips For Photographing The Moon

Posted on October 31, 2012 at 3:34pm 0 Comments

Shooting images of the moon can be challenging and also be some of the most beautiful shots.  We are going to cover a few tips for shooting great photographs of the moon.

Moon Phase

The first thing you want to do is decide on the moon phase you are going to be shooting. You can usually visit the Weather channel or various online resources to find the moon phases are. You also want to consider weather conditions; you can’t take photos of the moon with clouds overhead.…

Continue

Keeping Your Camera Clean and Safe

Posted on October 17, 2012 at 3:34pm 0 Comments

Your camera is your life-line in photography.  You must keep it clean at all times to prevent your camera from malfunctioning as well as damaging a photograph.  It is easier and cheaper to keep your camera clean than it is to purchase a new one.  Here are a few helpful tips to guide you along the process.

1.  It is important that you keep your camera clean after each use, especially after and outdoor shoot.  Many particles such as dirt and dust can be blown into your camera.  Whether…

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