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What a tripod is doing is to create a very stable platform that the camera you have can use and allow you to take long exposures and not have the risk that the camera will shake and spoil the picture you take. Of course, you could just rest the camera somewhere, but with the help of the tripod, you could lock the camera in any position and you dont have to be afraid that the camera will fall over. But you might ask yourself how lo Read the rest of this entry »
How many of us have photographs we have taken through the years lying around loose without being put in photo albums? Maybe there are piles and piles of pictures just gathering dust, sitting in shoeboxes. We all know this scenario, and it’s never too late to organize with photo albums!
The wonderful thing is that there are so many sorts of albums to choose from. Whether digital photography or conventional film is Read the rest of this entry »
thecresentmoon.com is a great place to go if you need to get away from reality for a bit and take in a good laugh! A lot like “The Onion,” this site is satirically based news stories, which viewers can submit! They can create an account and post as many stories as they’d like! the best stories of each day will be posted on the home page as a feature and 3 runner-ups. Every story that someone writes will be placed in their portf Read the rest of this entry »
If you haven’t used any Photoshop software, should you start with its newest version Photoshop CS aka Photoshop 8? If you’re already using an older version, is the reduced price for an upgrade to Photoshop CS worth it?
What and What Not to Expect from Adobe Photoshop CS
CS stands not for Counterstrike but for Creative Suite. The whole package includes new versions not only for Photoshop but also for In Read the rest of this entry »
Get your favorite photo onto canvas and create a memorable piece of art. CanvasDezign provides you with the best choices in improving your image by balancing the color, retouching faded areas and cropping Read the rest of this entry »
In the old days, if your camera (35mm of course) had a battery die on you in the middle of an important shoot, you still had options. I mean after all; the only thing you needed the battery for was the light meter, it’s not like your whole camera will shut down if you have no battery. Oh, I’m sorry . . . if you are using all digital that might have stung just a little bit.
The point was if your battery Read the rest of this entry »
Imagine being able to earn money from your digital cameras old photos you have stored on your hardrive.
Sounds incredible but lots of people are doing just that by submitting photos from their digital camera and they are earning up to $300 a week. Now obviously not all photos will be acceptable but, a great many everyday photos will be, things like photos of interesting buildings or wild animals.
To earn money fro Read the rest of this entry »
Many people think they have to have an expensive, top of the line digital camera to take great photographs, but the secret to a great picture is not the camera, it is the photographer. If you try these simple tips when using your digital camera you will reap the rewards of better photographs no matter what your subject matter is.
1. Position your subject
Use the Rul Read the rest of this entry »
Summer offers a lot of opportunity for fun and frolic in the sun, and you’ll want to capture as many memories as possible.
The best way is with a digital camera. While digital video has its place in preserving family memories, there’s nothing like having an album full of photos to look at while you talk and share with the people you love.
It’s easy getting great photos this summer – photos that you’ll Read the rest of this entry »
How to Take Professional Photographs With your Mobilephone – by Professional Photograpfer Mads Jensen no comments
First of all – let me apologise for my terrible english. I have an important message though – so who cares.
Ever wondered when that day would come, where you could take those beautiful, pretty pictures your old Nicon brick can do – on a mobilephone?
Would it be possible? And if so – it had to cost? A lot? Well, actually not.
I will not advertise for any phone here, but i can Read the rest of this entry »