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Learn to use that thing

Learn to use that thing

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Check Out This Awesome DIY Photography Hack! How To Create Dreamy & Blurry Photo Effect With Vaseline - Read more at DIY Ready!

DIY Accessories


Describes each camera setting in detail and what to use it for. Great for people looking to learn how to use their camera better

easy to understand explanation of how to #blur the #background in your #photos on #AUTO - no messing with settings or your camera manual!

Canon EOS Cameras: 100 things you never knew they could do #photography_tips #canon

Laminate and print off small, then keep it in your camera bag! Great DIY Cheat Sheet! Helps with aperture, ISO and shutter speed!

Camera Essentials for Bloggers | The Fresh Exchange

Family photo. this was made using one cardboard box, and then all the shots were combined -- SO SO CUTE!!!!!

10 DIY Photography Projects to Save You Money

Cheap DIY Halo Effect

Blogger\Photographer says: I don’t know about you, but if I could only use one tool in photoshop for the rest of my life, it would be Curves. It can do so much! Not only can it lighten up your images, but it can make your colors and contrast pop by making an S curve. To do that, just add a second point in the curves window, and drag it down a bit. This is pictured here.

photo tips and tricks

dslr lenses- get to know all about telephoto, prime lenses, wide angle and kit lenses! Which to use for faces, which to use for places, and everything in between. (great info for beginner photographers)

Fabulous blog on the basic's of digital photography. Each post is a new lesson w/ an activity to do to make you learn your camera!! Perfect for Nikon or Canon owners.

Night Photography Tips


the hobby room diaries: Holiday Lights Bokeh

DIY Photo Backdrops using foam core and wrapping paper

how to get studio quality photos at home

extend the life of your camera lens by cleaning them from the inside

photo editing for beginners

fun for pics

Must try this trick...How to use a business card to bounce light up to create a nice overall illumination, while some of the light penetrates directly through the card, disperses and lights the subject from the front.

5 tips on photographing your home: A Beautiful Mess

Photography: 10 things not to do by A Beautiful Mess