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Christian Tudor Academy of Photography will explain in detail how you could photograph a wedding – what equipment is necessary to take good wedding photos. T…

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Timelapse eBook: www.learntimelapse.com I’m so exited to share a new detailed time-lapse resource for both new and intermediate DSLR shooters. Thoughts on what makes a good tripod for time-lapse photography and some tips to make any tripod more stable for shake-free time-lapse compilations. For time-lapse think big. Think heavy. Think solid. Be creative. Whatever you need to do to lock down your camera to get the angle and composition you envision, without any movement whatsoever throughout the shot is all that really matters. Big heavy metal monsters. Part of the Time-lapse photography how-to guide: www.learntimelapse.com What tricks have you found to work? What is your favorite tripod or features? Music: “CGI Snake” by Chris Zabriskie. Creative Commons.

Digital Camera Buying Advice: Guide & Tips for Choosing the Best DSLR Camera SUBSCRIBE HERE: bit.ly Are you perplexed by all the different types of digital cameras and are you unsure of what’s best for your needs? Compact System Camera, DSLR or Compact Camera? In this video, What Digital Camera’s Editor, Nigel Atherton, explains what to look for in a DSLR Camera. For more buying advice and DSLR guides plus Canon, Nikon & Sony Camera reviews, tests and demos – visit our website: www.whatdigitalcamera.com To download the What Digital Camera iPad App bit.ly Like What Digital Camera on Facebook: on.fb.me Follow What Digital Camera on Twitter: bit.ly

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improvephotography.com Join me on this shoot in Idaho as I shoot landscape photography while the sun rises over a beautiful field of wildflowers. In this video, you’ll learn how to control extreme exposures, shoot HDR, and improve your composition in Photography

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goo.gl – the best web host. This is the first tutorial in a series of short videos called Mr. E’s DSLR Tips. Each video will be short and succinct. Each video will demonstrate an essential skill necessary to achieving excellent photos with a DSLR. I’m not a professional; I’m just a regular guy so I just use regular guy language. In other words, these videos will be simple and easy to understand. This first video will focus on why people new to DSLRs often take out of focus pictures. Achieving accurate focus with your new DSLR can be a frustrating experience. Because of shallow depth of field, multiple auto-focus points and other factors, many photographs taken with a new DSLR are out of focus. This video will show you how to eliminate out of focus shots and how to make sure your shots are almost always in focus. This is just one method of eliminating out of focus shots, but I believe it’s the most important method, especially for beginners. For this video I use a Canon EOS t4i, sometimes referred to as a 650D, and sometimes referred to as a Rebel. But the tips in this video will work for any DSLR, not just Canon Rebels. Stay tuned for more DSLR tutorials. And check out my channel for other useful tutorials.

Watch more at www.lynda.com This digital video tutorial explains how to get your audio recorders set up to record at the right levles. This specific tutorial is from the DSLR Video Tips series presented by lynda.com authors Rich Harrington and Robbie Carman. The complete DSLR Video Tips course is presented as a weekly lynda.com series and covers the most common questions videographers encounter when shooting and editing with DSLR (digital single-lens reflex) cameras, from choosing a frame size and frame rate to understanding moiré.

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Environmental Portrait Photography is one of the most satisfying ways to capture amazing images of people. By environmental we mean shooting outside on location with available light. Bella West is one of my favourite photographers as well as a personal friend and she’s a master with available light portraiture. She rarely uses flash, is great at posing people and often introduces a graphic element into her photography. In this video I take a step back and become Bella’s photo assistant and lend a hand by holding a reflector for her as she shoots some amazing portraits of her daughters. A reflector is really handy with available light portraiture because you can add a sparkle to someone’s eyes and just lift the light a little. If you’d like to know more about photographic reflectors and using them when shooting portraits please come and learn all about them for free at www.photographycourses.biz

Visit www.FreeDigitalPhotographyTutorials.com for more free photography tips, tutorials and lessons. In this video we feature DigitalRev TV 50 Quick Photography Tips and Tricks for photographers. This is part 1 of a 2 part series. Learn the first 25 dslr tips and techniques in this video. The next 25 tips can be found in part 2 here www.youtube.com Please comment and subscribe 🙂

SmokingStrobes.com – if you are an amateur who would like to shoot weddings and other ceremonies, then you will have to face that you carry a lot of responsibility when covering important events. There is usually no room for failure or you might make some people very, very unhappy. That’s why I suggest you check out wedding photography tips from seasoned pro’s and from amateurs like myself and you put those into practise. May as a second shooter at first or maybe on smaller events. But if you are a risk taker and you jump into your first wedding shoot without prior practise on similar events, then you absolutely should take all of those tips into account. Check the unphotoshopped results of the wedding shoot featured in the video on SmokingStrobes.com I wish you good light! — Michael

www.adorama.com – Wedding photography lighting equipment, kits and tips. AdoramaTV presents Flashpoint. This week Mark shows the Flashpoint 620M Wedding Portrait Monolight Kit and offers some great Wedding photography lighting tips. The 620M is a great studio lighting kit for beginners…