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This entry was posted on Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013 at 1:48 am and is filed under Photo Tips.
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Hey! Have you tested photo sfxart tricks (search on google)? My friend Bex made some mind blowing photos with their photography tutorials.
Use what you have. I got some great shots from a Pentax point and shoot for 7 years before I could afford an SLR. You can even pick up a point and shoot from a charity shop for a fiver!! I’ve seen pictures from a good photographer with P and S that were as good as people using SLR who didn’t know what they were doing!
Useful tips. Thanks.
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dude i survived with a Konica Minolta A2 for 3 years i doubt ur worse off than that
Thank you for the tips! You basically covered all the elements in travel photography.
and this is when I laugh.
Oh..yes.. 🙂 My mistake. Thanks.
a aperture like f22 is very small and a aperture like f0.7 is very big.
small f-number = big aperture
big f-number = small aperture
this tipss suck…check out karl taylor! he gives some realy great tips!
Hello, I know that most of you will probably ignore this, but please look at my photography at Facebook group: Chloe Jane Photography and like it. At sixteen years old, I don’t have the money for a Canon SLR camera, but I take my photos using the Samsung PL150 digital camera. I like to bring something different to my photography, but I love capturing the moment too. If you are interested, please like this comment, so it can get to the top 🙂
maybe big aperture ,like f22+
Your Tips are really awesome…
Hi, I was just making a blog about travel photo’s when I discovered your video. Great, it wil help my clients to make even better pictures!
good vid. cheers all round
How did you get the forground and background in perfect foucus?
Would you rather pay money out of pocket for it? Web hosting ain’t free, you know.
0:09 douchebag head twist. otherwise a nice video.
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at 2.18-2.26….the sun is not actually behind the statue…! See the shade of those ppl on the seashore, they have the sun behind them..!
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This is very good advice, especially if you are a beginner. I too find early morning and late afternoon have the best light for great photographs. Thank you for sharing these pics and tips.
thanks for sharing an amazing video 🙂