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Fourteen Hundred and Thirty Ideas About Digital Photography VS Film (Popularity: )
With fewer than 48 hours remaining in my fifth decade of life, I more than fit the description of the "old dog who has trouble accepting the new"; but I do understand dollars and cents. And here's how it breaks down: $1000---my usually frugal son's purchase of a "mega digital camera", complete with a carrying case, a "mono-pod", and some additional accessories. He and his family just returned from a truly exciting, two ...

Capture Your Child's Favorite Moments with a Baby Boy Photographer (Popularity: )
For parents nothing can be more joyous than having a child. Kids are the most prized possession and are truly a miracle from God sent from the heavens above. Infants are the source of happiness. The best way to capture their smile and joyful activities is to photograph them. Picture can capture memories. The moment you see a visual you tend to remember a particular occasion or an event on ...

Keeping Dominance in Mind - Provides Photographic Insight (Popularity: )
Henry Ford once said "Whether you think you can or think you can't, you're right." Although it seems unlikely that Mr. Ford had much time to do anything with photography; truth is truth, and it crosses all boundaries. If you want to become a great photographer; not just a week end warrior, your dominant thoughts need to be on what makes a great photograph. If all the subjects in your image ...

California Art Explores New Realms with Dan Cooper Behind the Canvas (Popularity: )
Art expresses a complex amalgamation of feelings for each viewer. Art can be representational, or an abstract or a combination of both. Ultimately it represents the sub-conscious of the artist, his thoughts and feelings deeply embedded in it; but it can also evoke entirely different feelings for the viewer. There are many kinds of arts co-existing in perfect harmony in the world, and one of the most prominent among them ...

Transforming digital images on canvas (Popularity: )
If you are thinking of transforming your digital photos on canvas then it’s not only a brilliant idea for some wall decoration but it’s also a great gift for a loved one to. If you are having a canvas print done with an online company then it’s also a very good idea and good practise to actually ask them how the canvas is made and what materials is used because ...

Dominant Space - Directing a Viewers Attention (Popularity: )
We've all heard about foreground and background. Generally the foreground is where you find the main subject. The background is, well . . . in the back. It's just back behind everything else, right? Wrong! The background is just as important and in some cases even more important than the subject itself. How is that even possible you ask? Take for example a picture of a car. If it was shot ...

What to do if your SLR lens is faulty (Popularity: )
Many users of SLR lenses are disappointed when they receive their lens and find that it does not work as expected. This can be either because the lens is out of focus or there may be bigger problems like image quality issues. What are the troubleshooting steps that one should take, before returning the lens to the supplier? Follow our guide to help you troubleshoot your lens. Firstly, the lower the ...

Digital Photography Basics (Popularity: )
Welcome to digital photography basics! Gone are the days when you had to load and reload rolls and rolls of film. These days there's no fumbling around in the thrill of the moment because you need to reload your camera. And there's no need for you to miss that perfect shot because you've just run out of film either. Now all you need to do is to insert your picture card ...

Fall Foliage - Tips For Creating Great Fall Photos (Popularity: )
Here are some tips for creating great fall images. 1. Use Indirect Light. Try to avoid bright sunny exposures, which tend to increase the contrast and brightness of the colors. Instead, try for partial or full shade. Shooting on overcast or rainy days can emphasize the earth tones and the depth of color of fall trees and leaves. Raindrops on fresh fallen leaves can deepen the colors and create great patterns ...