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Being A Photographer – An Online Series Of Photography Tutorials

Being A Photographer Course Description While we may use different cameras and make different photographs, what we do on a fundamental level during our process of creating a picture is the same. By demonstrating the step by step fundamental things

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Question: Does a show of photographs taken by a blind artist have the same artistic value or merit as a sighted photographer? If so, then can we say a photograph is not the mere vision of the photographer but the pressing of a button and “luck”?

Artistic value? Merit? Let’s toss the judgements and assumptions aside. To answer your first question simply, yes. To answer your second question simply, no. As a photographer, I primarily use my eyes in the creation of the photograph, but all

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Introduction To Photography – What, How, and Why.

Introduction To Photography – What, How, and Why. There’s what we do, how we do and why we do. As photographers, what we do is create photographs, how we do is based on the camera we use and our understanding

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What We’ve Got and What We Want

They usually ain’t the same. What we usually want is to make photographs like the ones we’ve seen in the past or the ones we imagine that we’ll make in the future. That future photograph can be the one we

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Question: What is exposure compensation?

Exposure compensation adjusts the tonality of the photograph while the photograph is being made in camera. In an automatic exposure mode, exposure compensation is adjusted automatically based on what the photographer sets as the exposure compensation and the light intensities

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Question: What is exposure compensation?

Exposure compensation adjusts the tonality of the photograph while the photograph is being made in camera. In an automatic exposure mode, exposure compensation is adjusted automatically based on what the photographer sets as the exposure compensation and the light intensities

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The Process And The Product.

The product is our photograph. Our process as a photographer results in our product. Our process is of utmost importance because the photograph the we produce is the outcome of our process. Study And Practice Photography With Sam

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A Quote By Michelangelo Buonarroti Regarding His Work As A Sculptor

“The sculpture is already complete within the marble block, before I start my work. It is already there, I just have to chisel away the superfluous material.” ― Michelangelo Buonarroti Can we apply his thought on his process as a

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Now We See It Now We Don’t

Ya’ ever see something and you think that what you’re seeing would make a great photograph but what you see is so fleeting that you don’t have time to take out your camera to make the photograph? Yup, me too.

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No need to learn the VERY Basics Of Photography

We are already doing the VERY basics. When we see something that creates an impulse to make a photograph and we then take out a camera to make the photograph, we are practicing the VERY basics of photography. We may

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