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Studio Work - Photography Tutorial

Studio photography is easy because you can get exactly what you want. Studio photography is hard because you can get exactly what you want.


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How to Set up and Shoot an Enchanted Photoshoot in the Woods - Photography Tutorial

In this article we will be taking you through the process of a portrait-based outdoor photoshoot on a budget. The only things you need to recreate this collection of images are yourself, a friend or client, a camera with a lens and the great outdoors. This set of tips will show you that you don't need an expensive setup of lenses, reflectors and lights to create stunning portraits to be proud of.



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ISO Settings - Photography Tutorial

In traditional (film) photography ISO (or ASA) was the indication of how sensitive a film was to light. It was measured in numbers (you’ve probably seen them on films – 100, 200, 400, 800 etc). The lower the number the lower the sensitivity of the film and the finer the grain in the shots you’re taking.



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What is RAW Setting on your Digital SLR Camera? - Photography Tutorial

Digital cameras usually save images in either jpg or raw format (or both), depending on the camera model and settings. The downside to jpg is that they start to deteriorate or loose quality from the first time you edit the photos. Furthermore, even before the editing stage, your digital camera compacts the image into a smaller file when it saves JPG format. Therefore loosing all the raw information that was originally gathered by the camera.


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Shooting with RAW Settings - Photography Tutorial

Many new cameras now offer the option to save captured photos in the RAW file format. RAW capture brings with it an extra processing step. This step requires converting the RAW image data to a format that is more easily edited with programs such as Photoshop and Photoshop Elements. What you need to explore is the impact that shooting RAW has on digital-only camera characteristics. First, look at the RAW format a little more closely...


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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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