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Effective Promotion Using Lenticular Printing

January 3, 2014
Effective Promotion Using Lenticular Printing

Lenticular printing is quite unfamiliar to most people. It starts with combining (or interlacing) a series of images together to form one final file. That image file is then printed on a polymer lens. The lens is not a conventional one and has several tactile parallel ridges. The ridges in the lens will create depth effects (for […]

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How to keep your children entertained at a photography shoot

November 23, 2013
How to keep your children entertained at a photography shoot

Photographing children or handling children during a photography shoot is truly a challenging task. Most children do not like to pose for the camera, it becomes even harder if they are busy doing something else. Therefore most of us end up with pictures that are blurry and out-of-focus. It is not the fault of the children […]

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Wedding photography ideas, significance and creativity

November 12, 2013
Wedding photography ideas, significance and creativity

Being the subject of wedding photography is a great challenge and you will definitely enjoy living the moments with your chosen person. There are many people who want to have uniqueness and something apart, something that makes others think that they are special that they are more than just a simple couple getting their wedding […]

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Tips for Buying an Affordable Digital Camera

October 3, 2013
Tips for Buying an Affordable Digital Camera

It goes without saying that top end digital SLR cameras are very expensive. However with some research it is still possible to get great digital cameras at an affordable price. If you are just a beginner then there are several great cameras under $500. There is a common misconception that affordable cameras are usually sold […]

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Things to Know about Stock Photography Licenses

July 13, 2013
Things to Know about Stock Photography Licenses

It doesn’t matter if you are a photographer who wants to sell your photographs or some one who wants to buy photographs for commercial usage; you should be aware of and understand the types of photo licenses. A photo license defines how a stock photo can be used by a buyer. There are two major […]

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Renting Digital Cameras

July 10, 2013
Renting Digital Cameras

If there is a big event coming up, then you will face the need for a DSLR camera, as it gives you enormous scope; it can capture action shots or long range shots with excellent quality. With a DSLR camera you will be able to blast through photographs at rapid rate without missing any important moments. […]

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The Top 5 Mistakes Photographers Make When Shooting Video

April 15, 2013
The Top 5 Mistakes Photographers Make When Shooting Video

With DSLR filmmaking becoming easier and more affordable, every day more photographers are taking the plunge into moving images.  Good still shooters can make great video shooters, but only if they understand the key differences between the two media.  Here’s a list of the most common mistakes I see still photographers make while shooting video. […]

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Choosing A Photo Editing Software

March 25, 2013
Choosing A Photo Editing Software

There are two school of thoughts one that says ‘a perfect photograph is one that doesn’t require any adjustments‘ and another school of thought that insists ‘all photos taken with a digital camera needs sharpening‘. In my opinion one should use a good photo editing software, but the purpose of using the software should be […]

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Lytro’s Light Field Camera

February 25, 2013
Lytro’s Light Field Camera

What is Light Field Photography? A light-field photography often addressed as plenoptic photography is the concept which uses a microlens array in order to capture 4D light field information. Such light field information can be used in various fields like HD computer graphics and Computer vision based solutions. Though this concept is not new (originally […]

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75 percent of people buy the wrong digital camera

September 26, 2011 | 0 Comments
75 percent of people buy the wrong digital camera

When I teach a new class learning digital photography, over 75% of the students turn up with the camera the salesman suggested. Guess what? They soon find out that it’s the wrong one for them. This can be a very expensive mistake. So the big questions are what is the right one for me and […]

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