A photography tutorial on depth of field with Shelton Muller of Total Image magazine
Archive for February, 2007
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Aeshir has posted a great step-by-step guide on how you can set your camera to automatically transfer pictures to your computer running on Windows XP.
So here’s what you need to do first..
Step 1. Open Camera Properties
Go to the Camera Properties, either by going to “My Computer” and right-clicking on it and clicking “Properties”, or by going directly to the camera drive and opening the properties window from there.
Free Photographic Wallpaper: Spring is Near (1024×768)
Camera: Canon EOS 5D
Lens: Tamron 90mm Macro f/2.8
Speed: 1/250 secs
Digital ISO: 640
Some of you already know if you want great night city skylines, don’t wait until night arrives. The best night photographs taken are the ones taken at twilight. As the sky turns to night even on a cloudy dull day at twilight the atmosphere filters out the warmer hues leaving blue as the dominant color.
So why shoot your potentially nice city lights scene against a black featureless night. There is a window of time when the ambient light is about the same intensity as the city lights. This occurs approximately 45-60 minutes after the sun hides behind the horizon. I call this the magic hour. You can actually use a light meter take a reflective reading of the sky and one of the city lights, when they are at approximately the same intensity, click.
This photoshop tutorial will show you how you can remove a person from a background and place them on a different picture.
In this edition you’ll learn how to make virtually perfect selections using the Channels palette, change a regular donut into a drippy jelly donut with the Clone Stamp tool, and do a quick nose job with the Pinch filter
Ben Wilmore shows how to combine two photographs and adjust the color cast.
FotoNation Fixes Red-Eye Directly in the Camera Phone – No Software Re-Touching Needed
February 13, 2007, Galway, Ireland — FotoNation (www.fotonation.com), a world-leading imaging and connectivity solutions company for the digital photography industry, announced today the world’s first red-eye technology for cameras phones, the FotoNation award-winning Red-Eye Correction Technology. A highly portable software implementation, FotoNation’s Red-Eye Correction Technology is directly embedded in the camera phone so consumers can automatically take perfect red-eye free photos from their camera phone every time, with no software re-touching needed.