Category Archives: How to

The Explore, the Flickr selection

Flickr is one of the most important social networks for photographers. You can show your photos, find inspirational, etc. Even ask information about cameras, lens, etc. Every day, Flickr choose 500 photos and show in an exhibition called Explore, where … Continue reading

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Located your camera on the floor

Literally, located you camera on the floor. Why? Easy, with this point of view you can get a different picture. First thing to say it’s be careful, you camera it’s very expensive and the floor could be dirty or with … Continue reading

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Different angles, different photos

I struggled to find a title post, I will explain. Normally when we frame an object, we frame all integers, or the front. While it is something that might be interesting. I think if we make different pictures, to do … Continue reading

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How to give texture to a photo

I find it difficult to explain the concept of texture in a photograph , but I think if you look at this photo you will know what I mean. Give effectively giving texture as ” roughness ” . Today, the … Continue reading

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What is the atmosphere in photography? / ¿Qué es la atmósfera en fotografía?

What is the atmosphere in photography? Eng Vers: the other day I was reading the book by David duChemin Vision and Voice. For who do not know, David Duchemin is a photographer specializing in humanitarian projects. He has published several … Continue reading

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