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Skillfully Use Reflections to Make Landscape Shooting More Points

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Skillfully Use Reflections to Make Landscape Shooting More Points

Landscape photography often adds reflective elements to make the picture look more tense. What should you pay attention to when creating this type of landscape photography, or what questions have you met? Clonedbird Clone Bird and Iris Alice are invited to answer some doubts you may encounter in The Extreme Slow Shutter. Q: How to shoot the perfect reflection? To shoot a beautiful morning and evening scene with perfect reflection is believed to be a favorite subject for many photographers. But for perfect reflection, the prerequisite is to find a surface that reflects the sky, which in most cases is...

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9 Common Problems in Low Light Photography

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9 Common Problems in Low Light Photography

For beginners of photography, it is not a big problem to shoot when the daylight is abundant, but if it is in the evening or in the dark environment, there are often hand shocks, strange colors, or flashes leading to unnatural situations, which make students hesitate. In fact, "low-light photography" is not too difficult. Here are 9 related. Common problems in low-light photography, let's learn together! (Q1) What should I do if hand shocks occur in low light? If you are a hand-held camera, you can use a lens with a large aperture and then increase the aperture (e.g. f/1.4),...

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Gold 3 lets you take more beautiful pictures

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Gold 3 lets you take more beautiful pictures

Many new students will also ask us if there is any way to make the photos better in a short time. In fact, photography needs to learn a lot. Not only do you need to be familiar with your camera operation, but also learn exposure, composition, story and so on. However, to make a novice's photos better, we will remind students to pay attention to the "three elements of gold": protagonist, foreground and background! "Three Elements of Gold": Protagonist, Prospect and Background For beginners of photography, to take a picture, often only pay attention to one thing: the protagonist (or...

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Three useful camera settings tips

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Three useful camera settings tips

Many novice students have found a problem that they have never or seldom carefully watched the settings in their camera menu. In fact, the preset items when the camera leaves the factory are not necessarily the best. Sometimes they need to adjust according to different environments, so that the photos can not be made after the computer or have good results. Here are three camera settings you may not know. You will find them very useful. * Because the names of various camera brands are different, only the names of Canon, Nikon and Sony are listed for the time being....

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Secret Techniques of Five Portrait Silhouettes

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Secret Techniques of Five Portrait Silhouettes

When shooting portrait photos, many students will also focus on the light distribution of the model face, in order to display the most clear and beautiful side of the model in the photos, but more shooting will appear dull, want to change a little, may as well shoot "portrait silhouette" to add more interesting points to the collection! Here's 5 & nbsp; a must-learn skill for portrait silhouette shooting, let's learn it together! Photo by ajari (1) Pay attention to the legs when taking body silhouettes It's a common subject to shoot body portrait silhouettes, but when shooting, it's better...

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