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Tips on How to Use Camera Flash - Photography Tutorial

Using your flash can either make or break your photos so using it correctly will always give you great images.

Don’t feel intimidated by your flash, it’s there to help you shoot great images in low light situations. Here are some great tips to help you shoot better images.


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How to Keep Camera Gear Safe while Traveling - Photography Tutorial

Hello everyone! Today's article-tutorial on photography will give some advice and tips on how you can keep you camera safe and sound while traveling.

Take notes! :)



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On Camera TTL Flash: Tips - Photography Tutorial

If you’ve bought a DSLR (digital SLR) hoping to take almost professional-looking pictures indoors, you’re halfway there. Just remember NOT to use the built-in flash that comes with your DSLR.

You might have also heard that a speedlight (external flash unit) will improve your pictures dramatically. Again, you’re halfway there.

The other half of the story is how you use these tools. They are not miracle machines, because you need to be able to use them correctly to get professional-looking results.


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Choosing the Best Digital or Film Camera - Photography Tutorial

Whether you want a DSLR or a compact camera or a pocket camera, there are so many models to choose from, at a bewildering range of prices; but where do you start?


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Holding the Camera - Photography Tutorial

Holding the camera properly is the best way to avoid or minimize the effects of camera shake. A good firm grip with the right hand and support from underneath means that, when you press the shutter release, movement of the camera will be minimized. This will enable you to shoot sharper pictures at slower shutter speeds.


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Color Correction: How to Set Custom White Balance in DSLR Camera - Photography Video Tutorial

Color is a visual property of perception. Camera chip interprets the light that passes through the lens in a similar way as our brain interprets the light passing through our eyes. Our perception of color is a result of the journey undertaken by light.

Light travels from the light source onto an object and then it bounces off the object and continues to travels through our eyes onto receptors. Then information received is processed by the brain. The brain, being very considerate of our psyche, it balances the color of the light to a white point (simulating daylight).

The camera works in a similar manner as the human eye + brain: the light enters the lens and falls onto sensor and then the data gets processed and the software/firmware assigns corresponding values based on camera settings.


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Episode 5: Camera Meters and Histograms - Photography Video Tutorial

Get better exposures by understanding how your camera's light meter sees a scene (and how this relates to histograms).


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Episode 8: DIY Pinhole Camera, 35mm Style - Photography Video Tutorial

This is one of our favorite projects, a wide format pinhole camera that uses 35mm film and is made from $10 in crafts store items.


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About Focusing - Photography Video Tutorial

This informative tutorial video is designed for beginners and serious ammeters to get a solid foundation in photography.


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Wildlife - Equipment and Camera Settings - Photography Video Tutorial

This video is an overview of the equipment and camera setting to use for wildlife photography.


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