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Bit depth explained..

Bit depth explained..

BIT DEPTH TUTORIAL Bit depth quantifies how many unique colours are available in an image’s colour palette in terms of the number of 0′s and 1′s, or “bits,” which are used to specify each colour. This does not mean that the image necessarily uses all of these colours, but that it can instead specify colours…

Mastering Light In Macro Photography, Short Visual Tutorial..

Mastering Light In Macro Photography, Short Visual Tutorial..

More Wedding Photography Tips..

More Wedding Photography Tips..

Improve your Wedding Photography with these excellent tips..

Successful Macro Photography Explained..

Successful Macro Photography Explained..

Successful Macro Photography Macro photography is often casually referred to as “close-up” photography. While it’s probably a safe bet that no one is going to be shunned by their fellow photographers for tossing around such a loose definition, the classical definition of macro photography is a photograph in which the subject is magnified to life…

6 Simple Lighting Techniques..

6 Simple Lighting Techniques..

If you’re looking to take your photography further you’ll probably want to learn how to use off-camera flash. In this tutorial we show you 6 simple studio light setups that will help you capture some of the classic portrait lighting effects. What’s more, these lighting techniques will provide you with a solid foundation from which…

Wedding Photography Tips..

Wedding Photography Tips..

Help me – I’m photographing my first Wedding!… Help me with some Wedding Photography Tips Please!” It’s a question that I have been asked a few times over the last few months so I thought it was time to share a few tips on the topic of Wedding Photography. Sooner or later if any of…

Basics of Wedding Photography

Basics of Wedding Photography

Wedding photography is a very challenging endeavor and there are a lot of things a photographer must prepare for and be aware of before they even attempt their first wedding. First of all, just because you’ve attended a wedding doesn’t mean you can photograph it well. We highly recommend that any would-be wedding shooters first…

      
      
      
             
      
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