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Learning How to Save Money on Your Wedding Photography

Finding a photographer for our wedding was perhaps the most difficult part of my wedding planning. I went and interviewed with countless photographers, and I just couldn't find one that felt right. Some charged by the hour, some charged by the hour and received costs for wedding packages, and some just charged for packages, and I really had no idea which way to turn. Also, it appeared that my wedding photography would be the most costly part of the wedding, more than serving a dinner for 175+ people. I just couldn't accept that, and tried to find any alternative I could. As you know by now, I don't agree with vendors charging more than they normally would simply because they are suppling for a wedding instead of a family. So, if you are looking for some way to cut your photography budget without losing quality photographs, here are some great things I found out to help you save money and still get great quality photographs.1. Check your Local CollegesMost colleges have a photography department full of compete...

 


Camera Review - Canon PowerShot SX50 HS

If you are looking for something more advanced than most point and shoots, but smaller (and lighter) than a DSLR, you might want to consider the Canon PowerShot SX50 advanced compact. Also known as a bridge camera, because it “bridges” the gap between a point and shoot and DSLR, it is the best of both worlds. And talk about versatility; what other camera at this price has a 50X optical zoom from a 35mm equivalent wide angle view of 24mm to an impressive telephoto of 1,200mm. Key Specs For The Canon PowerShot SX50 RRP: $499.99 Year of release: 2012 Display size (inches): 3 Image resolution (MP): 12.1 Zoom: Optical: 50x; Digital: 4x Video Capture? 1080p HD Canon PowerShot SX50 HS: The Pros Price: At a price of just under $400, this is a great buy. By comparison, prices usually range from between $429 to $450 for this camera. Basically you get the many of the DSLR features, but at the cost of a high-end point and shoot camera. Image Quality: In a word - impressive. With a maximum resolution o...

 


How To Add Photo Effects Lighting

How To Add Photo Effects Lighting. Although setting your camera to one of the auto exposure modes is a great way to solve the immediate problem of getting a properly exposed image, it won't solve your lighting concerns, and it's your lighting that really makes the difference. Many photographers soon realize that what separates their images from better work is the application of good lighting techniques and different types of lighting sources. I would say that the ability to skillfully use lighting is the number one technical skill a photographer should seek to acquire in order to produce good work. Unfortunately, this is also the number one place photographers tend to drop the ball. There are photography ideas and expert Tips you can use to create photo effects your customers will love - you will find links to a blog on what to do to get effective expert photographic strategies to apply creative photo editing is at the last paragraph of this article.Sure, lighting isn't easy at first, and maybe that's why so...

 


Fine Tuning Your Pictures For Online Photo Sharing

It used to be the case that the only way to share photos with your family and friends was to invite them over to view your photo albums. Like so many other things, the Internet has revolutionized the way that we share photos. It's now possible to store entire albums worth of photos on websites so that we can share them with people all over the world. Advances in photo technology have done a lot more than just change the way that we share pictures, however. Thanks to photo editing software programs, we now have access to tons of options for improving the quality of our online photo sharing experience. We no longer have to worry as much about our favorite memories being ruined by bad lighting, red eye and other common issues. The Red Eye Effect Red eye is one common problem that has plagued picture takers for many years. Red eye ends up making the people in the pictures look strange, if not downright evil! The red eye effect is actually caused because a camera's flash happens too fast for the pupil itself to...

 


Creating Your Own Tabletop Photo Studio

The creation of your own tabletop photo studio is much easier and cheaper than what you might think. Through its creation you will find it much easier and convenient to take photos of indoor flowers and other smaller objects that you may have around your home. The real advantage of using a tabletop studio is that you can avoid the elements of nature which you would otherwise be facing if you were to be photographing similar subject matter outdoors.To create a tabletop studio you really only need three items. They are a camera, a tripod and a reflector. But there are other items that need to be considered as well. These are the supporting surface, lighting, background and the subject. We will look at each of these to see what is needed.The camera. Pretty much any digital camera will do. If it has macro capabilities then all the better. Having macro capabilities will provide more flexibility when photographing flowers or other smaller objects. When shooting always remember to set the ISO to its lowest...

 


Studio Lighting Equipment - The Most Common Types of Lights

With so many types of lights and the infinite number of setup combinations, studio lighting could be the subject of a book. In fact, there are several books dedicated to just that. However, if you're interested in investing in some studio lighting equipment, there are a few basic things that every photographer should know. With a good set of basic lighting tools, you should be able to shoot in most types of situations and subjects. Here is a run down on the most common types of studio lighting. Continuous Lighting These are the sorts of lights you may associate with movie production. Continuous light simply refers to light that is always present in the studio (as opposed to a flash which is there and gone). Though this method can generate quite a bit of heat and definitely uses more power, it is a great way to work subtle lighting situations. Since you can see the way your lights interact before you shoot, you will have a good idea of what the photograph will look like beforehand. You can pick up a simple ...

 




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