Category: Photography Tips

Photography Tips

10 Helpful Tidbits for Every Beginner Photographer

Considering just how commonplace cameras have become in everything from our phones to our computers, it can be difficult for many amateurs to understand that there’s much more to the art of photography than simply pressing down on the shutter. Many beginners are surprised to learn just how hard it can be to nail down […]

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How to Use Still-life Subjects to Understand Focal Lengths

Do you think that using an 18mm lens or a 100mm one will only zoom in or out your scene? Why are camera lenses are measured in millimeters? Do you know what those measurements mean for your photo? If you’re not sure which lens to use and why I invite you to keep reading and […]

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This 2017 Movie Mashup Highlights the Year’s Best Cinematic Features

How many movies did you watch that came out this year? After laying your eyes on this captivating reel, you just might want to make a list of films to check out when they become available for home viewing. [ Read More ] Mike Wilkinson Click Here to Check out The Complete FroKnowsPhoto 6-Hour Guide […]

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7 Tips for Posing Family Portraits

Relevant reminder: offer ending soon for Posing and Portrait Reference Cards Posing families and groups is one of the more intimidating feats for photographers. Working with several people of different heights and ages is certainly a challenge, but following a few posing guidelines makes the job a bit simpler. “Young Family” captured by Good Eye […]

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Tips for Planning and Capturing a Creative Portrait

There is saying, in the photography world, that an image can be taken in a hundred different ways. This is especially true, as you have probably already noticed when capturing portraits. Portrait photography is probably the most popular genre, within the realm of the diverse world that is the art of photography. People take portraits […]

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Why You Can Never Have a Perfect Skin Color Even if You Use Color Calibration Charts

A few years ago I was talking with a fellow photographer about the color correction of portraits. While on the topic of using white balance cards and color charts in order to get a perfect skin color, he interrupted me and said, “You can’t have perfect skin color with these.” I immediately thought to myself, […]

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High Dynamic Range Photography (HDR)

High dynamic range (HDR) photography captivates viewers through its bedazzling attention to details and its stunning array of color. Rich and beautiful images created using HDR techniques directly responds to the age old problem of not being able to record what the eye can see. HDR overcomes this limitation and more. Photo by Joe Schulz. […]

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