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photographyequipment.yolasite.com (Budget Equipment) razzi.me www.facebook.com twitter.com A very in depth composition tutorial which will give you tips on how to compose and frame a shot.

photographyequipment.yolasite.com (Budget Equipment) razzi.me www.facebook.com twitter.com A Manual Mode Photography Tutorial to balance the exposure.

photographyequipment.yolasite.com (Budget Equipment) razzi.me www.facebook.com twitter.com In this video you’ll learn how to move the square focal points around by setting the camera to single servo AFS. Cameras used in this video were Nikon D7000 and Canon T2i Please refer to your manual if you are using another model and can’t figure this out.

Part three of a landscape photography lesson set in Bratislava in the Slovak Republic. Using the Canon EOS 5D camera and other equipment, two students explore digital photography under the guidance of a professional photographer.

photographyequipment.yolasite.com (Budget Equipment) razzi.me www.facebook.com twitter.com Photography Tutorials & Tips: A detailed tutorial of different Shutter Speeds with sample pictures. Don’t forget to RATE, COMMENT and SUBSCRIBE. Behind The Scene Videos. www.facebook.com

photographyequipment.yolasite.com (Budget Equipment) razzi.me www.facebook.com twitter.com In this video you’re going to learn how to change your DOF Depth of Field but also keeping the same exposure by using your flash speed light.

photographyequipment.yolasite.com (Budget Equipment) razzi.me www.facebook.com twitter.com Photography Tutorial & Tips – A detailed Photography Tutorial on “Aperture” with picture samples. This lesson is very basic and important for beginners. Important Notes: f/2 = bigger aperture (more light coming in) Perfect for blown up background f/12 = smaller aperture (less light coming in) Suitable for big groups or landscape photography where you want everything to be sharp. If you feel you learned something new today, please RATE, COMMENT and SUBSCRIBE. Until next time, keep Clicking!

This is the first in an on going series of Videos that I will post showing how I light and create images. My goal is to not just show the behind the scenes of my work but to provide easy to follow instructions on how to create the lighting you see. No guessing or trying to figure it out. It is clear. This is s simple 3 light Portrait lesson that shows the basics of a 3 light set up to photograph a person. Part 2 will show how I use special effects and a couple of more lights to push the shot a little farther. This piece was edited by Adam Consolo.

photographyequipment.yolasite.com (Budget Equipment) razzi.me www.facebook.com twitter.com A video on Outdoor portrait photography. Please watch my Aperture video first if you already haven’t seen it by clicking on my channel. These are the 4 easy steps to blur your background in outdoor portrait photography. 1. Use lower aperture value 2. Stay close to your subject 3. Zoom in to your subject 4. Keep a good distance between your subject and the background. If you feel this video has helped you, please THUMBS UP 🙂 If you have any question, please ask me on facebook. SUBSCRIBE for future videos. It’s free! Until next time, keep clicking. Visit www.PhotographersonUTube.com if you want to do photography on a budget.

In this lesson, learn how to create stunning HDR images using your night shots and Photomatix. Tips on how to bracket exposures of your night shots accurately on manual mode and how to create exciting surreal effects using Photomatix Pro. From the Photography 101 app and podcast, hosted by Scott Wittenburg.

How to photograph your Christmas tree without washing it out with your flash. Photography courses and lessons for all levels of photographers. OklahomaPhotographySchool.com

photographyequipment.yolasite.com (Budget Equipment) razzi.me www.facebook.com twitter.com Photography Tutorials & Tips: A detailed tutorial of “ISO” with picture samples. Important Notes: * The higher the ISO the more sensitive the sensor is going to be to light. * The lower the ISO the less sensitive the sensor is going to be to light. You use low ISO when shooting in daylight or with studio light. You use high ISO when there is not a lot of light available. The drawback of high ISO is graininess/noise in picture. Do post this on Facebook so others can also learn and don’t forget to join the facebook fan page. www.facebook.com If this video has helped you, please THUMBS UP, COMMENT and SUBSCRIBE. Until next time, keep clicking!