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First attempt with light tent...
posted by cleaper - 19th of june, 2008
Hi there, Well I've had a couple of images accepted from my first attempt with a light tent so I am quite pleased. I mostly take shots of landscapes and nature but I thought I would give something new a try. I bought a very cheap... More...
Acupuncture Shoot Explained
posted by yanc - 9th of june, 2008
Hi guys! I recently did an acupuncture stock photo shoot and I thought I would share with you how I set it all up! You can check it out HERE. Enjoy! :) Yanik More...
My second picture rejected, fixed then approved.
posted by sstedman - 25th of april, 2008
As I learn more about having my pictures approved, I am forced to improve my photography skills, which is a good thing. Here is my 2nd approved photo. When I first submitted it the picture was too dark and it was rejected. I... More...
Food Photography... Subjects that don't require model release ;)
posted by retina2020 - 11th of april, 2008
When you look at food photos, they may seemingly seem simple. But there is a lot of work and thought behind each photo. See the video below, and you'll know what I mean. You Tube video on the art of food photography Seems like... More...
Exposure and Tonal Contrast
posted by aryanimagery - 12th of february, 2008
Correct Exposure is combination of Shutter Speed, Aperture and ISO and a creatively correct exposure is combination of all of above and the photographer’s creative mind. I believe there is nothing can be termed as bad or good light... More...
Need help with lighting...
posted by torie508 - 13th of september, 2007
I have a very small studio, about 8x10 ft., and I use halogen shop lights for my lighting. I have 2 of the double lights with tripods and 2 single lights that sit on the floor. It seems that I do not have enough lighting still to take... More...
Isolation and the use of white space.
posted by pirate59 - 9th of september, 2007
Hi everyone. Ive noticed a fair few of the really great isolated images (objects by them selves) have something in common. They all have a really strong white area. Background at times can as important to perfecting an image,... More...
Everything for a reason!
posted by photoboykane - 7th of september, 2007
I just blogged about something a talented art director always drilled into my head when we worked together. That got me thinking, and I remembered something else he insisted on, "Everything you DO to your photograph, do for a reason.... More...
Photographing Shiny Objects
posted by photojay - 7th of september, 2007
If you haven't read "Light: Science and Magic: An Introduction to Photographic Lighting" by Fil Hunter, Steven Biver, and Paul Fugua, then you are missing out. This book is quite amazing. OK, there were alot of things I probably... More...
Beginner looking for advice and tips
posted by frontdoormedia - 30th of august, 2007
I'd like to start off by giving a little bit of background on myself. Feel free to skip ahead 2 paragraphs to get to the main point of this post. I've just started to get into stock photo photography, something I just started to... More...
Enough about Photography...It's NOT funny!
posted by photojay - 27th of august, 2007
I have tried, on several occasions, to put together some very well thought out and intuitive blogs about photographic technique. Problem is that I am more suited to tell astronauts how to put their space suit on than I am to tell photographers... More...
Getting it ambient
posted by fertographer - 25th of august, 2007
Ambient light as it is, is the light available in an indoor setting or an environment. Many a times, the ambient lighting is sufficient enough for us to handle it due to its low intensity which indefinitely leads to slow shutter speed... More...
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