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  • nikond4x02 How to Gain Perspective with Adjusting

    por nikond4x02 hace 1 año | 0 comentarios

    Kids are always a great portrait subject no matter if they are the center of interest, or not. Kids at play are always a winning image, and two playing together is even better. Just about any toy will work as long as it is one they like to play with. Don’t miss out on good images of...

  • nikond4x02 No One Better for the Limelight

    por nikond4x02 hace 1 año | 0 comentarios

    This might be a little hard to believe at first, but a good photograph always tells a story. If it’s a photograph of a person, a good photograph is about “who” the person is. School photographs record how a student “looks,” but seldom say who your child is. A landscape tells a story...

  • nikond4x02 Versatility is Key

    por nikond4x02 hace 1 año | 0 comentarios

    If your type of micro landscape is simply the more intimate landscape, long lenses can help you isolate the subject – I find lone trees ideal subjects, especially in boggy areas at this time of year, when bog myrtle is out, giving rich russet-red tones to the surrounding grasslands....

  • nikond4x02 Making Black & White Photos Fun

    por nikond4x02 hace 1 año | 1 comentarios

    There is an almost unlimited range of subjects to shoot at night. Look for people in movement, fireworks, rain, snow, the moon, city lights – just get out there, and let your adventure in night magic begin! This makes underwater photography accessible to everybody, from the beginner...

  • nikond4x02 Adjust for Black & White Photos

    por nikond4x02 hace 1 año | 0 comentarios

    Most of these popular arguments has similar answers. Fact is that the digital image sensor is not perfect yet. To me that makes digital photography more interesting, it creates great opportunities like HDR techniques or taking panorama pictures. Digital photography has many different...

  • nikond4x02 Portrait Elements & Lighting

    por nikond4x02 hace 1 año | 0 comentarios

    Lines can be powerful elements in an image. They have the power to draw the eye to key focal points in a shot and to impact the ‘feel’ of an image greatly. Memorable photographs tell the viewer something more than just how something looks. They show more than the subject you are...

  • nikond4x02 Improving Your Workflow

    por nikond4x02 hace 1 año | 0 comentarios

    The process is in fact very basic. Placed above the sensor is a RGB or Red, Green, Blue filter. Its a fixed filter with known characteristics that cannot change. As the image signal passes through the RGB filter, on its way to the sensor, the filter removes all the green, red and blue...

  • nikond4x02 More of the Best

    por nikond4x02 hace 1 año | 0 comentarios

    For most of the history of photography, black and white photography was a photographer’s only choice for taking pictures. Even when color became available, black and white photos were initially of better quality and less expensive to develop than their color counterparts. Getting...

  • nikond4x02 Elements Make Your Photos Even Better

    por nikond4x02 hace 1 año | 0 comentarios

    Images are two dimensional, yet with the clever use of ‘texture’ they can come alive and become almost three dimensional. Texture particularly comes into play when light hits objects at interesting angles. Imaginary lines, on the other hand, are neither implied nor perceived. ...

  • nikond4x02 Adjusting the Zoom

    por nikond4x02 hace 1 año | 0 comentarios

    Point and Shoot cameras have a ‘digital zoom’ that performs a similar function to the telephoto lens in that it magnifies the image. However, digital zoom is not really ‘zoom’ in the strictest definition of the term. Digital zoom just enlarges the image. It takes a portion of the...