Have ever wanted to take a photo of a place, but tourists are rushing like crazy and you are desperately wanting to take a photo of that place empty?
Well.. yes, you can. Photoshop can do all the magic.
There you go
Happy Shooting :)
Have ever thought of taking 3D Photos?
It’s pretty easy, and fun to do.. also, very cheap.
What do you need?
- Two Disposable Cameras
- Duct Tape
Tape both Cameras like this photo:
(one of them should be upside-down)
Since the lenses are about 4 inches apart and human eyes are usually 2.5 to 3 inches apart, the 3D effect won’t be perfect. And besides, it’s a disposable camera, so treat it as a toy and just have a good time.
- Having subjects in the foreground and the background will show more of the 3D effect.
- Just like any good 3D horror movie, the best shots show something coming out of the picture at you.
- Remember that the cameras won’t focus closer than about three feet.
- If you need to use flash, turn on the flashes for both cameras and expect things to come out a little weird.
Happy Shooting! :)
As I have received some emails, of photographers asking me to explain in details how to remove the Colour Cast caused by using Welding Glass for Long Exposure..
Here is a tutorial on how to do it, efficiently.. on Youtube:
- Article on How to Shoot Long Exposure Using Welding Glass
- Example of Long Exposure – Welding Glass
Happy shooting :)
Portrait Photography Crop Guide – For those who are new and so they won’t make common mistakes..
A Guide on Good and Bad Places to Crop on Your Portrait Subject
Happy Shooting :-)
I ran into several websites, Pinterest, StumbleUpon…etc and tried to pick the best among the whole cheat sheets are out there..
Hope they’ll help you in establishing a good understanding of the photography basics and non-basic stuffs.
- Click on the image to enlarge
Happy shooting :)