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0422-2018 Drawing Inspiration – Alec Soth

0422-2018 Drawing Inspiration – Alec Soth Drawing Inspiration is a series of posts dedicated to photographers who’ve inspired me. Here’s a link to their work.–> http://alecsoth.com/photography/ Who are the photographers that inspire you? Please leave your comments and replies below.

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Featured Picture: 0422-2018 – Washington State University Bear Center, Pullman, Washington

Featured Picture: 0422-2018 – Washington State University Bear Center, Pullman, Washington Washington State University Bear Center, Pullman, Washington

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Introduction To Photography – Unclear Photography Jargon

Stopping up and stopping down. Opening up closing down. Faster lens, slower lens. Those are just some of the terms you may hear when photographers talk about photography. To me, those terms are unclear photography jargon and the meaning of

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Question: How many pictures can you take with the average camera without running out of storage space?

I don’t think of a digital camera as “storage” A digital camera transfer pictures recorded on the sensor to a memory card. The memory card has a limited amount of storage and should be noted on the memory card. How

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Intermediate Photography – Flash – Light Effected by Flash and Light Not Effected by Flash.

Intermediate Photography – Flash – Light Effected by Flash and Light Not Effected by Flash. When we use flash we can begin to see elements of our composition as light effected by flash and light not effected by flash. Everything

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Being A Photographer – Framing and Content

Being A Photographer – Framing and Content Framing is an element of composition that we utilize to isolate what we feel is an interesting “segment” of everything we see. Content are the elements of composition that we not only put

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Question: How do I set an aperture to less than 4 with a telephoto lens (over 50 mm) on a Nikon D3300?

The camera has nothing to do with this. The lens may not allow for that much exposure. If you’re using a variable focal length (zoom) lens, the effective exposure of the lens may vary at different focal lengths. Study And

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Question: How one can become wild life photographer?

Be a photographer first. Buy the appropriate equipment based on the type of wildlife that you wanna photograph. Go and photograph the wildlife. Study And Practice Photography With Sam

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Being A Photographer – Goals and Immediate Effort (Process) In Our Photography

Being A Photographer – Goals and Immediate Effort (Process) In Our Photography There’s what we intend to do (goal) and the effort needed to realize the goal (process). When we fixate on the goal we don’t pay attention to process.

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