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April 28, 2017

Colour Balance Adjustment For Enhancing Pictures

Online Photography School Colour Balance Adjustment For Enhancing Pictures

Colors set the mood in a scene. It may add drama and convey emotions. Every skilled cinematographer should know how to adjust the colors straight from the camera.

The Canon Digital Learning Center staff demonstrates how you can make the most of your camera’s functions such as the white balance, white shift balance and the picture profiles.

“It’s important how you interpret light, how you see it, and how the camera interprets light.”


Here are more detailed tips on adjusting the three functions in your camera:

1. White Balance

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April 25, 2017

Make Use Of Exposure To Get Perfect Shots

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Make Use Of Exposure For Perfect Shots

When you start out in photography the first thing you need to know is how to set the exposure and f-stops on your camera. If you don’t learn this, then all your shot will be the same. Exposure and f-stops on your camera is the key to great photographs. They can make or break a picture.


“Perfect Cone Active Volcano” captured by Jose Besa

If you don’t get the exposure right, then your shot will be essentially ruined. It can’t be fixed in Photoshop or any other graphics program, well, that’s not quite correct. They can, but it will look like they have been fixed in a graphics [...]

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April 12, 2017

Compositions Simplified

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Compositions Simplified

Good photographs needn’t be complicated.

You can often make better pictures by thinking “simple.”

Instead of trying to get as much as possible into the shot, try to include as little as possible. Ideally, you should include everything that adds to the picture, and nothing else. But that’s a tall order for those new to photography (and for a few “old hands.”). Thinking “simple” will help you learn to do it.

If you include too much in the picture, the result is confusing. It gives the viewer too much to think about. He or she probably won’t even be able to [...]

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April 11, 2017

Morning Photography Tips – 6ix

Morning Photography Morning conjures up thoughts of beautiful sunrises, the start of a new day, and perhaps brewing a cup of coffee while reading the newspaper. Photographers enjoy shooting early in the morning (and late in the day) for dramatic light. When shooting outdoors, the light is especially beautiful during the half-hour or so after sunrise. These early-morning hours can provide great lighting as well as the opportunity to photograph scenes before the crowds arrive. Additionally, industrial pollutants haven’t had a chance to settle in, making scenes even clearer than at dusk. The color of light changes throughout the day, and has a warm cast early [...]
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