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Photography Resources

Mon Mar 25, 2013, 1:42 AM
Lots of people have had troubleshooting queries over the past few months that we've addressed through various articles you might have seen over at communityrelations. This blog is a roundup of all those resources including a few others from around dA that you might find useful. If you've got something you'd like to see included then please note us with the information. Enjoy!

Camera Technicalities...

:bulletblack:Dull Images on dA
:bulletblack: Understanding ISO

Camera Accessories...

:bulletblack:What Digital Camera?
:bulletblack:Tripod or Not
:bulletblack:Darkroom Exposed: Photoshop Filters


:bulletblack:Money Matters
:bulletblack:The Watermark FAQ
:bulletblack:From Snap to Pro
:bulletblack:Permission to Photograph People
:bulletblack:The Camera You Never Leave Behind!
:bulletblack:What is Digital Darkroom?

Setting Up Shots...

:bulletblack:Grouping People
:bulletblack:Photographing Babies
:bulletblack:Being a People Person
:bulletblack:Improving Spontaneity

Shooting Specifics...

:bulletblack:Winter Wildlife
:bulletblack:Christmas Lights - Shooting them!
:bulletblack:Photographing Food
:bulletblack:Working with Mist
:bulletblack:Capturing Autumn
:bulletblack:Photographing Pets
:bulletblack:Capturing Fireworks
:bulletblack:Capturing Halloween
:bulletblack:Capturing Snow

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Fantastic article!!! There are a lot of interesting thinks to read
Kaz-D Apr 1, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Glad you liked it!
vanmall Mar 28, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Another good article from you! :nod:
Kaz-D Apr 1, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you :)
vanmall Apr 1, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I lurve you so hard
Kaz-D Mar 25, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Do you know any good resources or tutorials of how to set up your own mini studio? Like what you should keep in mind, what kind of lights would work best etc. Want to built my own mini studio, but i am not sure what really makes sense and what not. Of course i have looked up things already, but as a noob i have no idea what is really useful and what was just mentioned without being really needed or important.
Kaz-D Mar 25, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
That's something I'm working on, as I recently managed to put together a mini studio of my own and wanted to write an article on that :nod: It depends what you need the studio for, mine is for predominantly photographing babies so the lighting had to be subtle and the lamps needed to be ones that didn't give off too much brightness or warmth. The flooring, I use laminate flooring - just a few strips that i bought really cheaply from a DIY shop, I can transport it easily with me and lay down as much or as little as I want :D The backdrops are the important bit in terms of you need something that doesn't crease too easily, and something that doesn't show up the shadows (although if you get good lighting this will help iron that out). I'll put together and article shortly though with what I've learned so far :)
I would only need it to get some product/stock photos from smaller things, plants etc. So nothing that really has to be big. Just plain editorial.

Looking forward to that article :la:
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