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Sean M 2010-05-05 17:33:05

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A young photographer from Wooster.

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Grace Jones photography 2010-04-22 21:15:02

Grace Jones photography. She's still in high school but shoots pictures like a pro. More of her work to come.

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  1. How Practicing Street Photography Can Improve Your Wedding PhotographyWed, 17 Jan 2018 03:43:04 +0000
    As a wedding photographer its imperative you provide images that your couples will love, but it’s equally necessary to stay inspired and shoot for yourself. Wedding photographers must advance in their skills year on year, grow, and produce stunning images. I realized very early on that the only way to improve my images was to […] The post How Practicing Street Photography Can Improve Your Wedding Photography appeared first on PictureCorrect. More...
  2. Interesting Photo of the Day: Northern Lights WeddingTue, 16 Jan 2018 22:31:55 +0000
    This is wedding shot. No, this is a wedding shot with the northern lights in the background. Still not quite elaborate enough. This is a long exposure of a couple in their wedding attire in the freezing cold with the northern lights dancing in the background to complete the scene: Eirik Halvorsenshot this amazing 15 […] The post Interesting Photo of the Day: Northern Lights Wedding appeared first on PictureCorrect. More...
  3. Do Megapixels Matter?Tue, 16 Jan 2018 20:23:11 +0000
    Do megapixels matter? Yes and no. It all depends on the kind of photographer you are and the kind of work that you do. For most photographers, 20 megapixels is more than enough. Pye Jirsa from SLR Lounge explains: What are megapixels? Let’s start from the very beginning. Megapixels define how much detail your […] The post Do Megapixels Matter? appeared first on PictureCorrect. More...
  4. 8 Ways to Become More Comfortable with Your Street PhotographyTue, 16 Jan 2018 03:41:38 +0000
    I know many people who mention that they would like to get involved in street photography, but they can’t get over the initial hump, because they are too afraid to capture strangers candidly in the street. This is a shame, because it is a wonderful and creative form of photography that everyone should try. If […] The post 8 Ways to Become More Comfortable with Your Street Photography appeared first on PictureCorrect. More...
  5. Interesting Photo of the Day: Snowy NYC StreetMon, 15 Jan 2018 23:34:45 +0000
    Street photography during a blizzard or heavy snowfall can result in picturesque images like this one by New Yorker Eric Van Nynatten. At first glance, it may look like night time but it was actually the crack of dawn when the magic happened. This painting-like image captures the rare peacefulness of the city that never […] The post Interesting Photo of the Day: Snowy NYC Street appeared first on PictureCorrect. More...
  6. Winter Portraits Studio Photography TutorialMon, 15 Jan 2018 19:46:53 +0000
    Looking for the beauty of winter without braving the blustering cold? As it turns out, you can bring the magic of the snow to any small home studio. All it takes is a little bit of ingenuity, some creative maneuvering, and a few props to bring an outdoor scene to life indoors.Gavin Hoeygives viewers the […] The post Winter Portraits Studio Photography Tutorial appeared first on PictureCorrect. More...
  7. P Mode on Digital SLR CamerasMon, 15 Jan 2018 01:41:20 +0000
    It seems that some folks are determined to make photography more difficult than it has to be.You might hear some photographers say, “I only shoot using the manual exposure mode,” while othersmight say, “I only use the Aperture or Shutter Priority exposure mode.” That’s fine and well for those who understand the basics of camera […] The post P Mode on Digital SLR Cameras appeared first on PictureCorrect. More...
  8. The Fascinating View from a 19th Century Spy CameraSun, 14 Jan 2018 22:23:09 +0000
    A student mathematician/physicist may not fit the bill of your standard stealth photographer. However, just before the dawn of the 1900s, Carl Stormer did just that. Using what appears to be a stopwatch turned camera, the teenager became one of the very first individuals to capture truly candid photographs on the streets of Oslo: 19-Year-OldNorwegian […] The post The Fascinating View from a 19th Century Spy Camera appeared first on PictureCorrect. More...
  9. Tutorial: Add Color to Black and White Photos in LightroomSun, 14 Jan 2018 21:24:01 +0000
    Just about anyone that you ask will agree that there’s a sophisticated beauty to black and white photography. However, there are certain scenarios where vibrant color really brings a photograph to life. Converting a color photograph to black and white is attainable in a single click. Bringing color to a black and white, on the […] The post Tutorial: Add Color to Black and White Photos in Lightroom appeared first on PictureCorrect. More...
  10. Street Photography Tips & Techniques in New York CitySun, 14 Jan 2018 02:43:33 +0000
    I often think that photography enthusiasts talk too much about photographic equipment and too little about the actual photos that they take. It may also be relevant to talk about photographic equipment if you are going to buy something new, but in my opinion, once you have it just go out into the world and […] The post Street Photography Tips & Techniques in New York City appeared first on PictureCorrect. More...
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  1. Practical Tips for Doing Commercial Product PhotographyWed, 17 Jan 2018 13:00:00 +0000
    If you’re like me, you may be wondering, “What exactly is commercial photography?” Well simply put, it is taking photos for commercial use. Common uses include ad space, websites, product placement, and items for sale. As you can imagine, having a working understanding of the essential elements of product photography can be extremely beneficial. Commercial […] The post Practical Tips for Doing Commercial Product Photography by Michael Neal appeared first on Digital Photography School. More...
  2. 8 Tips for Rocking the Photography Equipment You Currently own Versus Buying New GearTue, 16 Jan 2018 18:00:00 +0000
    I really don’t need any more photography equipment in my gear bag, said no photographer ever! We all know that is this far from the truth. Even if you have not voiced this thought out in the open, you have certainly thought it. Especially when you see a photographer that you admire rave about a […] The post 8 Tips for Rocking the Photography Equipment You Currently own Versus Buying New Gear by Karthika Gupta appeared first on Digital Photography School. More...
  3. How to Create a Grunge Look with Luminar 2018Tue, 16 Jan 2018 13:00:00 +0000
    Grunge. Its a great look for gritty, edgy, photos, and you couldnt have it simpler than doing it in Luminar 2018. In this article, youll see how to examine Presets and use elements from those Presets to create your own custom Grunge look. Presets are fantastic, but the best way to improve your processing is […] The post How to Create a Grunge Look with Luminar 2018 by Sean McCormack appeared first on Digital Photography School. More...
  4. How to Photograph the Sheer Beauty of Soap BubblesMon, 15 Jan 2018 18:00:00 +0000
    Most of us are fascinated by soap bubbles and love playing with them since childhood. Watching bubbles float in the air and burst is a pleasure every child and even adults enjoy. Soap bubbles have an exciting range of color and textures. When light shines onto a bubble it displays vivid color that changes swiftly. […] The post How to Photograph the Sheer Beauty of Soap Bubbles by Ramakant Sharda appeared first on Digital Photography School. More...
  5. Playing Stuck in the Mud A Creative Exercise for PhotographyMon, 15 Jan 2018 13:00:00 +0000
    Do you remember that game called Stuck in the Mud we used to play as kids? Itgoes something like this; one kid is elected to be “it” and runs around to tag as many people as possible. When tagged, the other players have to freeze and stand with legs and arms apart, as if they […] The post Playing Stuck in the Mud - A Creative Exercise for Photography by Megan Kennedy appeared first on Digital Photography School. More...
  6. 6 Mistake to Avoid When Youre Starting Out in PhotographySun, 14 Jan 2018 18:00:00 +0000
    Like most hobbies or professions, every photographer started out somewhere. This usually means they also made mistakes along the way from which they have learned. The thing to remember is that everyone makes mistakes even seasoned pros might on the odd occasion get things wrong, but the key is to learn from your mistakes […] The post 6 Mistake to Avoid When You’re Starting Out in Photography by Kav Dadfar appeared first on Digital Photography School. More...
  7. How to do Tilt-Shift Style Photography with the Lensbaby Edge 50Sun, 14 Jan 2018 13:09:00 +0000
    Professional architectural and landscape photographers use tilt-shift lenses to avoid converging vertical lines and to get the entire scene in sharp focus. Portrait and food photographers use them to create interesting effects using blur and shifts in the plane of focus. Tilt-shift lenses are exciting creative tools, but they are also specialist items. That means […] The post How to do Tilt-Shift Style Photography with the Lensbaby Edge 50 by Andrew S. Gibson appeared first on Digital Photography School. More...
  8. 6 Tips for Better Engagement PhotosSat, 13 Jan 2018 18:00:00 +0000
    When doing engagement photos, it is very important both to you and to the couple that everyone feels relaxed so that you can capture them being their truest selves. When your clients are relaxed and comfortable in front of your camera, it makes a huge difference in the images you capture and ultimately the clients […] The post 6 Tips for Better Engagement Photos by Jackie Lamas appeared first on Digital Photography School. More...
  9. Apple Photos: An Under-Appreciated Post-Processing Software PowerhouseSat, 13 Jan 2018 13:00:00 +0000
    As the market for digital cameras has intensified in recent years, the options available for post-processing software has exploded as well. There are dozens of great options for casual, enthusiast, and professional image-makers who are looking to get the most out of their images. Programs like Lightroom, Luminar, CaptureOne, Affinity Photo, GIMP, DarkTable, and AfterShotPro, […] The post Apple Photos: An Under-Appreciated Post-Processing Software Powerhouse by Simon Ringsmuth appeared first on Digital Photography School. More...
  10. Weekly Photography Challenge Macro or Close-Up PhotographyFri, 12 Jan 2018 18:00:00 +0000
    Last week’s challenge was to get out and shoot some winter photography. Maybe you already tried some macro then - if not, now’s your chance. Weekly Photography Challenge - Macro Close-ups of snow, icicles, frost patterns, etc., can be stunningly beautiful. So bundle up, grab your macro lens or extension tubes and a tripod and […] The post Weekly Photography Challenge - Macro or Close-Up Photography by Darlene Hildebrandt appeared first on Digital Photography School. More...
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