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4 Lighting Principles I Wish Iu2019d Known When I Started Photography When I first started photography, I struggled a lot with lighting. In the begi
ing, we’re often told to shoot our subjects in open shade, but if you donu2019t know how to do this properly the results can be disastrous: faces with dark shadows, eyes with no depth, overexposed backgrounds, etc.
Maltau2019s Famous Azure Window Rock Arch Collapses, Photographers Mourn One of the best known photography locations in the world has disappeared. Malta’s famed Azure Window limestone arch on the island of Gozo collapsed into the sea yesterday, leaving a conspicuously, tragically empty space in its wake.
Broncoloru2019s Free u2018How Tou2019 Section is a Lighting Tutorial Gold Mine It doesn’t matter if you’re a begi
er, intermediate, or even a professional, you’ll want to give Broncolor’s free “How To” page a look. There, you’ll find nearly 100 pro lighting examplesu2014beautiful photos, each accompanied by a gear list, description, and lighting diagram. It’s a tutorial gold mine.
This Guy Turned a Sony Camera Into a Digital Back for His Nikon Film SLR Ever since the advent of digital cameras, some film photographers have dreamed of having a way to convert their beloved film cameras into digital ones. Photographer Robin Guymer took matters into his own hands: using his knowledge of electronics, he converted a Sony NEX-3 mirrorless camera into a digital back for his film Nikon FE SLR camera.
Popular Photography is Dead After 80 Years as a Top Photo Magazine Popular Photography, the largest circulated imaging magazine that launched its first issue in May 1937 in New York City, has ceased publication after being continuously in production for 80 years. The March/April 2017 issue will be the last in print.
When a Camerau2019s Frame Rate is Synced to a Helicopteru2019s Rotoru2026 YouTuber Chris Chris captured the above video showing what happens when your camera’s frame rate is perfectly synced to the rotation speed of a helicopter’s rotor: the blades are frozen at the same angles in each frame, making it look like the helicopter is magically floating around with frozen rotor blades.”

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