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  • Portraits
    The first thing you need to learn in Photoshop is reading the image analysis tools which tell you what you need to know about the image you wish to work on One of them is the Histogram which provides information on the exposure of the photograph whether it is under or over exposed as well as the tonal range There is also the Eyedropper tool which provides you information about the color in the image especially if a certain color in the image is too dominant that you may need to correct Then there is the Info palette or window which provides numerical feedback on your image which serves as a handy reference especially for advanced users Step 3 Correct Image Brightness Contrast and White Balance Once you ve learned how to read the image analysis tools you will have a better grasp of editing the photo s brightness contrast and white balance as these tools also allow you to make the necessary corrections Try going around these different elements with the different corrections you can do until you get a more balanced portrait image as a result with the colors and lighting done just right Step 4 Sharpen the image To make your portrait images look better especially on greater resolution use the sharpen tools in the software One of these tools is the Unsharp Mask which is available in Photoshop This command actually uses a blurred copy of the original image to reduce the dynamic range and effectively sharpen the points with higher contrast and some greater detail as well Step 5 Draw the focus to the face It has often been said that faces are generally the most interesting part of an image most especially in portrait photographs which should be The viewer s eyes are naturally

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  • Low Light Photography
    little or adequate the light that gets in If you set the camera to its maximum ISO more light can enter into the camera You have to be careful though in adjusting because at times a high ISO can give you grainy images It is often referred to as noise in the image You really have to study and practice using your camera unit so you will know the safest maximum ISO that won t produce blurry images Use a wide aperture lens If you only have the basic kit lens then you eventually need to consider purchasing a wide aperture lens A wide aperture lens which is sometimes termed as fast lens is best in low light situations They can capture light because of their speed and so the wider the aperture of your lens is more light can pass through it When buying lenses take not that wider lenses have lower f number and so f 1 8 is wider than f 3 5 Our derby wedding photographer uses a wide aperture lens when light is insufficient inside a wedding venue Make use of an external flash unit If adjusting your camera and using a wide aperture lens still didn t work you can use an external flash unit Avoid using your camera s built in flash because it can produce more dark areas in your image Position the external flash unit to an angle where the scene will be illuminated and yet less to no shadow can be seen If the light is too much you can bounce it off the ceiling or wall or use another accessory to diffuse it Learn the proper way of holding your camera The way you hold or carry your camera can affect your captured image There are proper ways to

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  • Candid Photography
    worries there are tips and techniques that can help you get better candid shots that are worth showing off to friends and clients Bring your camera wherever you go There are short lived moments that are worth capturing on camera and you ll have a better chance of taking these shots if your camera is easily accessible Since a DSLR is somehow heavy you can use a mirrorless or point and shoot camera which you can simply slip into your jacket or place in a sling bag But of course for better shots you can bring a DSLR place it in a comfortable camera bag with pockets that are easy to access Avoid using flash When you use a flash you will capture the attention of the person you are photographing This will make the person feel uneasy or even mad Thus it is important to be discreet when aiming for candid shots of an interesting subject Additionally a flash often produces shadows on the image making it dark or appear with black areas Photographers of Amatya Photography normally don t use flash unless really necessary Shoot in burst or continuous mode By setting your camera to shoot in burst you have a higher chance if getting better candid shots You only click once and already have plenty of pics in sequence to choose from Us e a zoom or telephoto lens For more unnoticeable shooting it is best to use a long lens so you can position yourself far from the subject Even if the person is aware you are taking shots he she will still feel relaxed in whatever he is doing since you are not obtrusive Find nice angles Practice and learn to plan ahead on what angles are best for a particular location Practice shooting in

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  • Candid Photos
    worries there are tips and techniques that can help you get better candid shots that are worth showing off to friends and clients Bring your camera wherever you go There are short lived moments that are worth capturing on camera and you ll have a better chance of taking these shots if your camera is easily accessible Since a DSLR is somehow heavy you can use a mirrorless or point and shoot camera which you can simply slip into your jacket or place in a sling bag But of course for better shots you can bring a DSLR place it in a comfortable camera bag with pockets that are easy to access Avoid using flash When you use a flash you will capture the attention of the person you are photographing This will make the person feel uneasy or even mad Thus it is important to be discreet when aiming for candid shots of an interesting subject Additionally a flash often produces shadows on the image making it dark or appear with black areas Photographers of Amatya Photography normally don t use flash unless really necessary Shoot in burst or continuous mode By setting your camera to shoot in burst you have a higher chance if getting better candid shots You only click once and already have plenty of pics in sequence to choose from Us e a zoom or telephoto lens For more unnoticeable shooting it is best to use a long lens so you can position yourself far from the subject Even if the person is aware you are taking shots he she will still feel relaxed in whatever he is doing since you are not obtrusive Find nice angles Practice and learn to plan ahead on what angles are best for a particular location Practice shooting in

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  • Candid Pictures
    worries there are tips and techniques that can help you get better candid shots that are worth showing off to friends and clients Bring your camera wherever you go There are short lived moments that are worth capturing on camera and you ll have a better chance of taking these shots if your camera is easily accessible Since a DSLR is somehow heavy you can use a mirrorless or point and shoot camera which you can simply slip into your jacket or place in a sling bag But of course for better shots you can bring a DSLR place it in a comfortable camera bag with pockets that are easy to access Avoid using flash When you use a flash you will capture the attention of the person you are photographing This will make the person feel uneasy or even mad Thus it is important to be discreet when aiming for candid shots of an interesting subject Additionally a flash often produces shadows on the image making it dark or appear with black areas Photographers of Amatya Photography normally don t use flash unless really necessary Shoot in burst or continuous mode By setting your camera to shoot in burst you have a higher chance if getting better candid shots You only click once and already have plenty of pics in sequence to choose from Us e a zoom or telephoto lens For more unnoticeable shooting it is best to use a long lens so you can position yourself far from the subject Even if the person is aware you are taking shots he she will still feel relaxed in whatever he is doing since you are not obtrusive Find nice angles Practice and learn to plan ahead on what angles are best for a particular location Practice shooting in

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  • Candid Shots
    worries there are tips and techniques that can help you get better candid shots that are worth showing off to friends and clients Bring your camera wherever you go There are short lived moments that are worth capturing on camera and you ll have a better chance of taking these shots if your camera is easily accessible Since a DSLR is somehow heavy you can use a mirrorless or point and shoot camera which you can simply slip into your jacket or place in a sling bag But of course for better shots you can bring a DSLR place it in a comfortable camera bag with pockets that are easy to access Avoid using flash When you use a flash you will capture the attention of the person you are photographing This will make the person feel uneasy or even mad Thus it is important to be discreet when aiming for candid shots of an interesting subject Additionally a flash often produces shadows on the image making it dark or appear with black areas Photographers of Amatya Photography normally don t use flash unless really necessary Shoot in burst or continuous mode By setting your camera to shoot in burst you have a higher chance if getting better candid shots You only click once and already have plenty of pics in sequence to choose from Us e a zoom or telephoto lens For more unnoticeable shooting it is best to use a long lens so you can position yourself far from the subject Even if the person is aware you are taking shots he she will still feel relaxed in whatever he is doing since you are not obtrusive Find nice angles Practice and learn to plan ahead on what angles are best for a particular location Practice shooting in

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  • Flash
    that are not too high you can mount flash on your DSLR and bounce light off the ceiling or nearby white walls Alternately you can use what is called a bounce card which with the flash will enable your image to have a much better light source than direct flash Photographing Details Indoors For wedding photographers like Alicia Dunlop part of the job is to photograph well the details that highlight the theme of the wedding or other interesting details Sometimes the light in the venue would suffice sometimes they would not If it is the latter case and you wish to save some time photographing details faster a flash on top of your camera bouncing off a white card might suffice When subject is poorly lit outdoors Most photographers do not bother with flash outdoors with natural light readily available Unfortunately that light is not always available especially once the sunset arrives Much like photographing indoors you may need to use artificial light source such as flash Fill Flash when shooting backlit Shooting subjects in a backlit setup can create a nice separation and bring more depth to images But if the subject is heavily backlit say with the sun behind the opposite side of the subject which is facing the camera might get underexposed Fill flash can help in this situation single diffused light positioned away from the camera would do the job Overpowering the sun to avoid hot spots and intense shadow While the sunlight can be a good friend for outdoor photography there are times usually in the afternoon when the light can be too harsh on the photo as the sun is directly overhead Setting up an umbrella or a softbox with the flash helps get around that problem and you get beautiful photos as

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  • Photography
    backlit setup can create a nice separation and bring more depth to images But if the subject is heavily backlit say with the sun behind the opposite side of the subject which is facing the camera might get underexposed Fill flash can help in this situation single diffused light positioned away from the camera would do the job Overpowering the sun to avoid hot spots and intense shadow While the sunlight can be a good friend for outdoor photography there are times usually in the afternoon when the light can be too harsh on the photo as the sun is directly overhead Setting up an umbrella or a softbox with the flash helps get around that problem and you get beautiful photos as a result Avoiding environmental color casts on your subject s skin tone Sometimes when working with natural reflectors you get to run into a problem where your subject will assume the color of the reflective surface You can reduce this effect by using a reflector right next to your subject or use fill flash umbrella softbox or other modifier to illuminate your subject which will more or less isolate him her from the rest of the background and reduce color reflections Final words Flash helps provide dimension in your photography allowing you to solve or at least get around the problems you sometimes face in photography Just remember to leave some room for creativity to get the best results as possible in your photos Please like share How to Find a Newborn Photographer The arrival of a new member in the family brings joy and excitement especially for first time parents They cannot wait to see their first born child and hold it in their arms Even before the baby comes out some parents already start looking for a newborn photographer They want this important newborn milestone of their child to be caught on camera Over the past 5 years there is an incredible increase in the demand for newborn photography services A lot of professional photographers are already specializing in this form of photography For parents this can be an advantage since they have more options to choose from but then it can create confusion on which one is the right newborn photographer to hire Finding a newborn photographer is not an easy task There are many photographers who pretend to specialize in newborn photography when in fact they don t know a single thing about it or don t have any experience in it As a parent you need to make sure that you can hire someone who is really a professional and competent one It should be someone who prioritizes the safety of the child Keep in mind that you cannot stop or turn back time your baby can only undergo this newborn stage once so it is best to get a professional to capture this important milestone Here are some helpful ways that you can find a newborn photographer 1 Check out Facebook

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