Guide to digital camera specs - Digital Photography Unit Study #unitstudies

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Exploring Still Life Photography - simple as that

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Posing tips

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Students always need a place to start; this is a great #reference for #beginner #photography. http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/06/38/a1/0638a11c5b151f48cffd611e66e4d539.jpg

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Need to memorize this! Photography tips

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5 tips for better self-portraits

5 Tips for Better Self Portraits - A Beautiful Mess

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Cool photography tricks!

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My next Photobook, instead of shutterfly...Artifact Uprising. OBSESSED!

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how to turn your instagram pics into polaroids!

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DIY Photography Light Studio Set Up

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This is the best iPhone photo tip post you will EVER read. ie I had no idea you could set the focus and exposure!

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SO COOL!! this is the link to the site that will put your photos into the view master format.

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Basic Methods to Take an Interesting Self-Portrait

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5 Tips for Lifestyle Photography

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Nailing Night Exposures: Here's a guide to the rough settings you're likely to need for popular low-light subjects.

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Tons of tips and tricks to get kids to relax, smile (or just show some authentic expressions) and have fun during sessions so you can capture their real emotion and show off their amazing, unique little personalities in photos.

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49 seriously good Canon DSLR tips, tricks, shortcuts and time savers: learn how to set up and use your Canon EOS cameras smarter and more efficiently.

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Delete tourists from your travel photos 1: Set your camera on a tripod. 2: Take a picture about every 10 seconds until you have about 15 shots 3: Open all the images in Photoshop by going to File > Scripts > Statistics. Choose “median” and select the files you took. 4: Bam! Photoshop finds what is different in the photos and simply removes it! Since the people moved around, it fills the area where someone was standing with part of another photo where no one was there.

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Photography 101. LOVE THIS FOR BEGINNERS!

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A Beginner's Guide to Spiffing Up Your Hand Lettering in Photoshop

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Photography tip - glowing light using a plastic bag around the lens Jessica Baldwin - check more here http://camera-tricks.tk/

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Super Helpful Photography Guide

Super Helpful Photography Guide

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Photography business card!!!

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How to Use a Reflector for Better Outdoor Portraits

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Free Model Release Form for Photographers

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