When we ponder about photography it takes us decades and centuries behind. After a century when photography became a famous phenomenon, the specializes and experts took in charge of photography in a more professional manner. Yet, in the latest periods photography is not necessarily done by…Continue
Added by Vilma Zurc on December 10, 2013 at 10:45am — No Comments
It is a privilege to have in ones possession a camera that takes the best pictures that we as photographers can produce. It is an Art to do such work, and have the results of "YOUR WORK" analyzed by other be it Professional, or just a Persons that have an interest in the "ART" of Photography. Never Give Up on your talent as a Photographer.
Added by Donald Noriega on December 9, 2013 at 10:36am — No Comments
I've been on this site before but i forgot my login information and I created a new one im just looking forward to getting to know people and understanding my camera and photo's more so please feel welcomed to give me advice, :)
Added by Ronda Armentrout on December 7, 2013 at 10:50pm — No Comments
WELCOME! - WEEK 3 -
Here I will posts techniques and tricks I have gathered over the years that may help a few of you unfamiliar with Photoshop.
It may even be useful to some of you Photoshop veterans who claim to know everything, I bet I can show you a trick or two!
Each week I will post a before and after edit of an image, the challenge will be to recreate that image with no guidance from me whatsoever. Each week a new edit will be posted, and the one from past…Continue
The first time I dipped my hands into developing solution I was around 10 years old. It was Mr. Johnson's fault. He was a teacher at my school, and took a few of us around on a mini black and white photography course. I vaguely recall the little kitchen off the staff room had been transformed into a dark room - almost as exciting was the fact we got to see the…Continue
Looking for opinions. I am wanting to purchase a wide angle zoom for my Nikon D5100. I'm Looking at Nikkor 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5 and Nikkor 12-24mm f/4 and Tokina 11-16 F 2.8 Pro and Tokina 11-16 f/2.8 Pro II. would love some opinions, I am wanting a lens that takes sharp photos.
I am thankful that there is a site like this to post, critique, BE CRITIQUED and learn from others about this amazing art called photography! It is amazing to see so many talented "eye's" all over the world. I hope to gather as much insight and a shred of talent from all of those who dare to share.
Added by mommam on November 26, 2013 at 7:08pm — No Comments
It's coming to that time of year again," I thought, gingerly flicking a crumb of shortcrust pastry away from the oozing mince pie. It was a blazingly hot week in August - almost as far as one can get from Christmas in England - and I was at The Poet in Matfield, shooting minced pies and mulled wine for their Christmas commercials. Such is the life of a photographer. But I wasn't complaining - I was taking photographs of food and therefore I was happy.
Read on: …Continue
Added by Jason on November 22, 2013 at 3:22am — No Comments
I am so excited to be venturing into all this new photography websites and finally being my creative self. I love making people smile and laught using my graphics into photos is just the gem on the icing :) my fb photo site
Camera Model Canon EOS REBEL T3i
Shooting Mode Manual Exposure
Tv( Shutter Speed ) 30
Av( Aperture Value ) 22.0
Metering Mode Evaluative Metering
ISO Speed 200
Lens EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II
Focal Length 18.0 mm
Image Quality RAW
FE lock OFF
White Balance Mode Tungsten
White balance compensation B3, G3
AF Mode AI Focus AF
Picture Style Neutral
Color Space sRGB
Long exposure noise reduction 1:Auto
High ISO speed…
Whisky, hipsters and full-frame sensors – what can go wrong?
It seemed that Nikon had only just announced its latest full-frame DSLR, the D610, when they announced another. Two new full-frame cameras within four weeks? At the rate that technology progresses and a camera ages, one would have thought it would be wise to wait a few months…Continue
Added by Jason on November 15, 2013 at 9:57am — No Comments
after 5 full days in venice...flying back from there to CDG to MSP then finally to IND, i was quite exhausted. had sunday to recoop...monday back at work. tuesday finally felt human and began thinking about the next trip. looks like the travel bug has a strong hold on me. guess i'll keep on travelling until i get sick of it or die. lol! feel free to suggest a place you found to be wonderful to visit. my suggestion is old san juan, puerto rico. it surpassed my expectations :)
I did a family shoot yesterday and realized how easy it is to lose focus and end up with bad pictures. I feel like crap today knowing that the customer wouldn`t get the quality she deserves. It all started by me reaching late , then there came the nervousness, i was so nervous i think i was really bad at communicating with the family.The kids were restless, the dog wanted to be some place else and on top of the coldness i was fumbling with my settings. I shot in portrait mode for awhile and…Continue
These are just some that cover my thought…Continue
Just finished up Dan's senior portrait's. I think they turned out really nice :)Continue
Added by Diane Hutchison on November 5, 2013 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Get to Know Your Gear & Settings
for Excellence In-Camera
I love to shoot in RAW because it converts so flawlessly with the Nikon View NX2 software, as I shoot with Nikon. My recommendation is to use the proprietary software that is designed for the brand of camera you shoot with. This…Continue
As part of my graduate photography project, I needed to photograph an Aston Martin. Interestingly, when people see the photographs the question frequently posed to me is “how did you get to photograph that?” rather than “How did you photograph it?”
To answer the first question, I simply posted a request on …
Satheesh Kumar, born and brought up in a middle class agricultural family in a small village situated in one of the breezy, tranquil geographical locations in Kerala, India. A silent observer and admirer of the serene nature and its heavenly beauty.
An academic professional education in Law was not able to stop me from the unavoidable call and strong hold for nature’s art,…Continue
I'm looking at pulling stuff closer to me and my 250mm isn't enough. The idea of having a 50 to 500 mm range is very appealing but would appreciate any feedback on picture quality, ease of use, speed, etc. Thanks in advance!