Use a windshield reflector screen to reflect light on subjects. Great idea!
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Simple portrait setup. "I put them in front of a white wall near our front door. I opened the door for light and used a white reflector to pop a bit more light onto their faces...I shot with a 50mm lens so that I could fit their faces into the tight space. I use this setup a lot. Memorable portraits don’t have to be fancy!"
Simple portrait setup -- need a reflector! You can use an automotive window shade - the pop out kind - which are super cheap at the auto parts store. #photography #tips
Simple portrait setup with a reflector (scroll to bottom of webpage for links to other photo tips and ideas; this photographer also offers, for a fee, online digital photography processing lessons)
A simple portrait setup only requires some natural light and a reflector. Tip: you can use an automotive window shade.
DOES THIS MEAN PINTEREST SHOULD BE MY JOB?
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- Jessica Hische quote Chalkboard Art created by Dangerdust - Columbus College of Art & Design
Jessica Hische quote chalk art by dangerdust. "The work you do while you procrastinate..."
There's some food for thought.
This DSLR camera simulator shows you visually how ISO speed, aperture, shutter speed, and distance affect the outcome of your digital photos.
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DSLR simulation for aperture/shutter/ISO mastery
Learning digital photography? This DSLR camera simulator shows you visually how ISO speed, aperture, shutter speed, and distance affect the outcome of your digital photos.
Maternity Announcement! This is cute!