A Starters Guide for Architecture Photography

Use the light to compose an artistic image Be touchy to the bearing of light as this can build difference, shadows, surfaces and reflections. Large amounts of difference can trick cams into uncovering the scene inaccurately, however shooters can without much of a stretch conquer this by applying introduction remuneration. An alternate trap is to section shots at distinctive presentation qualities (uncovering one for the highlights, one for the midtones and one for the shadows) and later union them in a devoted HDR project, (for example, Photomatix). Choose the right lens to capture an architectonic scene The perfect lens for architecture photography is a fish eye or wide-edge one (and central length), as it empowers photographic artists to casing the whole building inside its surroundings. However in some cases your glass will most likely be unable to envelop the entire scene, which is why you’ll need to build up a panorama. … Read more…

How to photograph indoor textures and patterns

Patterns and textures are widely used in design, and this is why photographers want to have a collection of images of this sort in order to sell as stock. Anyway, since stock sites now have a massive library of these types of images, you need to think about shooting very original textures in order to get your photos accepted and make sales. First of all, let’s see what’s the difference between pattern and texture. While these two terms are used as synonyms in photography, there is a difference: one is repetitive, while the other one is not. For business purposes, this means you should seek to obtain patterns, not just textures. Pattern – a repeated decorative design (regular and intelligible form or sequence). You can multiply the image to obtain an infinite bigger image. Eg.   Texture – the feel, appearance, or consistency of a surface (not necessary repetitive design!). Eg. flat    Eg. … Read more…

Tutorial: Photography Trip into The Mines

Summer is almost over, but I’m still on the roads, going around Romania, visiting places and taking pictures. So last week I’ve been to the salt mine from Turda (one of many salt mines in Romania, not the biggest and most beautiful, but still worth). The environment and what you need in the photo bag. Mines and caves are very similar then taking pictures inside them. The light is pour and even if there are some lights placed by humans for visitors, you still need to take with you your own lights. And I really have to remember you to don’t forget the tripod (it seems like I always forget that…) 1. external lights 2. tripod 3. external powerful flash 4. remote controller (long exposures will only work with this on some cameras) What’s here to shoot? So there mines have formations similar to the ones in the caves (formed … Read more…

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