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Close-ups - Photography Tutorial

The first problem we need to look at is, how close the lens will focus. Lenses have a minimum focus distance which varies considerably from lens to lens, some longer zoom lenses have a 'macro' setting and will focus quite close but most lenses will not focus close enough to take the picture on the right.


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Close-ups Pictures - Photography Tutorial

Photography is an amazing way to frame the unique world we see around us. Macro, or ‘close up’ photography offers us with a new perspective and allows us to get right up close and see the smaller world in detailed ways that our eyes cannot.


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Achieving Better Focus and Sharpness in Your Images - Photography Tutorial

The most common complaints we hear from most photographers of any experience level is "my images aren't sharp", and "I can't get my focus to lock". Most want to blame their equipment and, while there are many instances that equipment is to blame, we have found a vast majority are just simple user error. This is often down to a lack of understanding of how an autofocus (AF) system works. This tutorial will give you a better understanding of focus and sharpness, and hopefully help you take photographs that you're very happy with!


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Using Shallow Depth Of Field - Photography Tutorial

Shallow depth of field, sometimes called selective focus, is a great way to isolate a subject from a distracting foreground or background.


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5 Situations When Manual Focus is Better than Auto Focus - Photography Tutorial

Digital Cameras present photographers with an ever increasing array of Automatic and Semi Automatic shooting modes. Most of these center around different ways of exposing your shots – however many cameras also give options for different focusing modes (auto, continuous focusing for moving subjects and manual).

It’s no wonder then that many photographers never make use of their camera and lens’ ability to focus manually. In fact this week I spoke with one DSLR owner recently who hadn’t even noticed the manual/auto focus switch on the side of his lens.


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Soft Focus Filter Effect - Photography Video Tutorial

Watch this tutorial video to learn how to use soft focus filter during the long exposure and mixing flash with continuous light.


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The Power of Depth of Field - Photography Video Tutorial

A photography tutorial on depth of field.


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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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The Autofocus Modes - Photography Video Tutorial

Camera tutorial on the different autofocus function on a Nikon DSLRs. The camera used in the film is a Nikon d300.


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Focus Stacking - A Macro Technique - Photography Video Tutorial

Here's a short guide to shooting several photographs to make an ultra sharp close focus shot. We will explain how to shoot, and then what software will combine the shots to give you ultra sharp results.


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