One of the most important investments a traveler can make in buying accessories for a camera is...Read More
Author: Michael Lynch
While composing shots with your camera, one of the basics you'll want to master is The Rule of Thirds. After all, it is a technique developed by the Masters, way before cameras were even invented. All kinds of studies and...Read More
As a world traveler it's always a blast coming home with a few gigabytes of digital proof of where you've been and the amazing sights you've seen. Today I'd like to teach youÂ a little trick you can use to put...Read More
In my visits to different online travel sites, a week doesn't go by, without seeing this topic come up. The internet and all the places you can post photography have made business boom for the camera manufacturers,...Read More
Photos that you want to email someone, post on a photo sharing site or maybe even a blog, should be resized or shrunken. The smaller they are sized, the faster they will upload on your end and the easier it is for the recipient...Read More
In a studio, a photographer can control the shadows, light and textures shown in a photo by moving the lights around to hit the subject from different angles. When you're traveling and taking photos outdoors, in order to...Read More
Sometimes the shot you thought was perfectly composed and had the best focus, exposure, color and contrast when you saw it on your LCD screen is a big letdown when you see it on your monitor after downloading at home. You...Read More
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