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Photography: reducing excessive reflections, glares and flares

Written by admin on Jun 23rd, 2017 | Filed under: Graphics and Visuals Tips

One of the most irritating part of photographing highly reflective surfaces is the tendency for certain parts to flare and thus over expose. One common way of reducing the flares is to use a Polarising Filter. Because of its property, polarising filter is good for capturing details behind a glass window ...

Photography Visual Tip: Effective Wide Angle Lens Usage

Written by admin on May 16th, 2017 | Filed under: Graphics and Visuals Tips

Wide angle lens can have creative applications. They have large angle-of-view. However, there are several characteristic of this type of lenses that must be put into consideration: 1. Straight line will be arched in the photo. Distortions may occur at the edges of the frame. This is known as barrel distortion. 2. ...

Free Image Editing and Photo retouching tools

Written by admin on Apr 27th, 2017 | Filed under: Graphics and Visuals Tips

CleanSkinFX This is another great piece of free photo retouching software from Mediachance.com. CleanSkinFX is a useful and invaluable tool for fast retouching of portraits. Basically, its smart functions single out skins of the object for smoothing. The software is intelligent enough to retain the details and sharpness of eyes, hairs or background. This is a highly recommended product for photographers especially those ...

High dynamic range imaging

Written by admin on Mar 31st, 2017 | Filed under: Graphics and Visuals Tips

High dynamic range imaging are sets of methods in photography and image editing that allows for a large range of exposure between light and dark areas. The goal of HDRI is to reproduce as faithfully as possible the wide range of intensity levels found in actual scenes. Very often, real scene have exposures ranging from direct sunlight to very dark ...

Underwater photography lighting gears- Nocturnal lights

Written by admin on Jan 5th, 2017 | Filed under: Graphics and Visuals Tips

As mentioned before, Underwater Photography is not for the average photographer. The skills and equipments for such activities are demanding and exact. You cannot use the normal photographic equipments for underwater photography. Even if you do, special enclosures must be used to prevent seawater from coming into contact with them. Seawater is highly corrosive and will eventually damage any equipment ...

Photography tips – morning mist

Written by admin on Dec 23rd, 2016 | Filed under: Graphics and Visuals Tips

Morning mist is caused by high concentration of water in the atmosphere. Such scenes can be very surreal and appealing. As such, they make good photography materials. The followings are some tips for enhancing the misty effect of a scene. 1. Use polariser filter when attempting to shoot a side-lit ...

Basic Photography Info and Terminology

Written by admin on Dec 16th, 2016 | Filed under: Graphics and Visuals Tips

Camera and Photography has a relatively long history spanning back into the 17th century. It was in the 1800s that the term ‘photography’ was first coined. ‘Photos’ denotes light and ‘graphein’ denotes draw according to the Greek language. The originator of this word ‘Photography’ is Sir John F.W. Herschel who was a scientist at that time. The earliest camera was a ...

Underwater Photography – under the water feat

Written by admin on Oct 14th, 2016 | Filed under: Graphics and Visuals Tips

Underwater photography is usually not for the average photographer. Being under water and carrying scuba and photography gears at the same time is not easy. Take photos under water is a demanding endeavour that requires specialised equipment and requirements. To shoot underwater scenes, one has two options: 1. Get an underwater ...

Photography Info – Rules of Thirds

Written by admin on Oct 6th, 2016 | Filed under: Graphics and Visuals Tips

A good composition can make a photo more pleasing and impactful. There are really no definitive rules that say that in order for a picture to look good, it must be like this or that. However, there are some very general guidelines. One of which is the Rules of Thirds. Basically this guideline states that if you were to divide a picture ...

Photographing scenes with no midtones

Written by admin on Sep 22nd, 2016 | Filed under: Graphics and Visuals Tips

Photographing scenes with no midtone regions is tricker than usual as it is prone to incorrect exposure. By the way, midtone is defined as the region of the scene that displays average tonal values. A scene with no midtone will have extreme light and dark areas. Under such a condition, direct meter reading will either lead to under or over exposure....