Month: July 2019

Key While Photographing Corporate Events
By: Date: July 18, 2019 Categories: Photography
  • Have the right equipment: Corporate event photography doesn’t need lots of fancy equipment. Instead, it needs a perfect blend of the right gears. Usually, an external power flash with reflector or diffuser, full frame DSLR with a moderate range zoom, memory cards and spare batteries are good for the job. However, there are other details that need to be taken care of. If the event takes place in a large hall, a telephoto lens is a must. If it’s a compact venue, then a wide is essential. A second body camera is usually suggested for more serious event photography to avoid switching lenses regularly.
  • Study the location: Analyzing the lighting conditions and scouting the location play crucial roles in ensuring good event coverage. Before the event, visit the venue to get a clue if you’ll be dealing with minimal light
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3D Stereoscopic Photography
By: Date: July 16, 2019 Categories: Photography

Set up

To take 3D photographs, you need a tripod and a camera. The first step is setting up your tripod and camera on a level ground. You can choose to take a photo of anything. Your subject should however be on the center.

Take your shots

Once everything is set up correctly, take your shot. After the first shot, slid your tripod to the left or right for approximately 2.5 inches or 63 mm. If necessary, you can consider adjusting your camera’s direction so that your subject remains at the center of the shot. After making necessary adjustments, take your second shot from your new position.

Consider using additional cameras

The above step works perfectly for still subjects. If you want to capture perfect 3D photos of moving subjects i.e. a pet, you need additional hardware like an extra …

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35mm Film Camera Light
By: Date: July 16, 2019 Categories: Camera

Average metering

This is the simplest form, where the camera will use all the light coming from the entire scene to determine the exposure setting. No weight is given to any particular portion of the metered area, so an anomalous bright spot, for example, can result in overall under exposure. True average metering is a very rare thing. The vast majority of 35mm SLR film cameras employed the second form of metering.

Centre-weighted average metering

In this system, the meter concentrates between 60 to 80% of its sensitivity towards the central part of the viewfinder. The advantage of this method is that small areas at the edges of the viewfinder that vary greatly in brightness have less influence, and most subjects are generally in the central section of the frame anyway. In truth, centre-weighted metering was more of a consequence …

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Tricks On Landscape Photography
By: Date: July 15, 2019 Categories: Photography
  • Focal Point:
    It is not just portraits; landscapes too need a focal point. A landscape photograph without a focal point usually looks dull and empty. A striking building, silhouette, tree, structure, boulder or rock formations, could all work as focal points. Use the rule of thirds to place the focal point in your frame.
  • Sky:
    One of the key elements of a landscape picture, sky, as it makes for the most dominant foreground. The cloud formations or the lines in the sky can add drama to the pictures. In a boring frame, you could also consider enhancing the sky post production or by using polarizing filters. These filters help add colours and contracts to the frame. You could make the skyline shine by placing the horizon lower.
  • Leading lines:
    Leading lines by definition leads the eye of those viewing towards
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Various Styles of Wedding Photography
By: Date: July 15, 2019 Categories: Photography


The main idea behind this timeless style is to produce posed photographs for display in a portrait album. The photographer works from a “shot list,” ensuring he or she covers all the elements the bride and groom have requested. To make sure every detail of the shots is perfect, the photographer and her assistants not only adjust their equipment, but also the background, the subject’s body alignment, and even the attire.

The time taken to take pictures and the quality of work is directly proportionate. Setting up of formal pictures is strenuous and takes a long time as well. Artistic pictures are produced only if considerable amount of time is invested on taking the pictures. It is vital that the bride and the groom identify the amount of time required for the pictures to be taken and adjust it …

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Peek At Photo Frames
By: Date: July 15, 2019 Categories: Photography

Types of photo frames

  • Wooden frames, these are perhaps the oldest of the available photo frames, they are made of wood that has been joined at the corners to form a shape that acts as a structural reinforcement to a photo. The wooden types are simple and readily available. The other advantage with them is that they are resistance to damages like breakages and abrasion.
  • Glass frames, these are the most modern of the photo frames they are made from glass and often are of limited small sizes due to their weight and fragility. Glass frames offer elegant displays due to the transparent nature of glass creating and a seamless illusion that makes the photo to be the center of attraction.
  • Acrylic photo frames, acrylic is a synthetic material that produces glass-like equipment used in different manufacturing processes. In frames,
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Camera Repair Tips
By: Date: July 12, 2019 Categories: Camera

Water Is Not Your Camera’s Friend: If you don’t want to be disappointed about the time and money you just spent to ship your camera to be repaired only to find out it can’t even be repaired, then don’t bother sending in your camera if it’s been submerged in water (especially salt water) since the chance of it being able to be repaired is highly unlikely. Your camera is an electronic device and it is quite obvious that electronics and water (or any other liquid for that matter) are not friends. Not even acquaintances.

Bodily Fluids Are For Your Body, Not Your Camera: It should go without saying, but if your camera has been exposed to bodily fluids, your best option is to throw it in a hazmat bag and take it to the trash. The human body is made …

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Aerial Photography
By: Date: July 10, 2019 Categories: Photography

This query may create the little bit chaos. Generally, the dawn and the evening times are chosen. They are the times when the sun bids Hi and Bye to the world. The colors and the hues are the most appealing. Moreover, the longer shadows will create the lasting effect and the depth to the photographs.

Before making the choice for the equipment, it is quite necessary to decide how the photos will be used. Either, it is for the magazine or in the newspaper. Make it clear earlier. Then, pick the right instrument. If you are meant to execute the HDR real estate photography, then choose accordingly.

Drones are the exciting and the compelling elements of the latest technology for the real estate campaign. The drone real estate photography is the favorable way to inspect the roof and other parts …

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Types of Trail Cameras
By: Date: July 8, 2019 Categories: Camera

Flash Trail Cameras

The flash deer trail camera have an incandescent bulb just like your normal 35mm or digital cameras do. When the trigger to take a picture is pressed the bulb lights up and the camera records what ever is in front of the lens. Trail cameras with flash bulbs work in the same way although the button is not pressed as the normal camera. The motion sensor triggers the camera to snap a photo instead and just as the camera records, the bulb flashes lighting up the area in front of the lens.

One of the great things about the flash trail camera is that you get color photos day or night, unlike the infrared trail camera, more on this in a minute, but the downfall is shorter battery life on some cameras and the chance to spook …

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Digital Camera Lenses and Sensors
By: Date: July 7, 2019 Categories: Camera

For the purposes of this article, I am going to refer only to (arguably) the two biggest camera manufacturers to keep things simple: Canon and Nikon. Each of these manufacturers offers two types of DSLR; consumer level with an APS-C sensor, and pro level with a full frame (FF) sensor.

Canon’s APS-C sensor is approximately 22x15mm while Nikon’s is approximately 24mmx16mm. No significant difference there, but compare those with a FF sensor (common to both brands) which measures 36x24mm. Does that size sound familiar? If it does, you probably shot on 35mm film at one point in your life, because that’s the size of a negative or slide in that film format.

Why the concern over sensor sizes, and what’s that got to do with lenses? If you consider that a lens projects a circular image onto the back of …

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