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Double exposure portraits: a simple tutorial for making surrealist images


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What Settings Should I Use?

For silhouette photos, point your camera at the brightest part of the sky. Press the shutter button halfway down to “get a light reading”. This will tell your camera that you’re taking a picture of the bright sky, and to adjust the settings accordingly. With the shutter button still pressed halfway down, reframe the photo so that the subject you want to silhouette is in the viewfinder and take the picture. If you can still see too much detail in your subject, bump down your exposure control…

What Settings Should I Use? | Kevin & Amanda


Choosing and using a lens for an SLR

Find out how to determine compatibility with your camera. How to decide the focal length, aperture and image stabilization that is right for you. This article also covers common shooting scenarios like portraits, landscapes, indoor photography and nature

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