Look all around you and you’ll see images of food in many different forms, from raw to cooked. Taking succulent-looking food images is an art, a science and a profitable branch of digital photography that continues to grow. Here’s how you can take better, more delicious-looking images.
Lighting techniques, black and white photography, stereo photography, action photography, nature photography…the list of photography techniques is endless! Whether you’re a beginner, amateur or seasoned photographer, there is always something new to learn in the world of digital photography. Here you will find valuable information, tips, advice and resources on various photography techniques.
Have you ever tried taking pictures of auras? This feat can be impossible when using ordinary digital cameras. Would a specially designed aura camera be worth it?
Do you believe in auras? Have you tried taking pictures of auras? Some people think that aura photography is possible. Others think that this is just hocus-pocus.
The scientific community, because of a multitude of reasons, can never accept Kirlian photography. What are the major arguments forwarded by scientists against Kirlian photography?
Wouldn’t it be nice and convenient to simply take a picture of an athlete and his aura in order to determine the athlete’s health and fitness? It is definitely faster than the diets, the exercise, the physical check-up, and the drug tests.
One of the most controversial genres in photography, but also one of the most popular, is Glamour Photography. It can emphasize the sex appeal of the models beyond traditional techniques. This digital photography article will provide you with a basic introduction to the world of Glamour Photography
Shooting panoramas is the easy part- the technical aspects of achieving a high-quality finished product is the hard part. Find out about software and hardware options that can make the process far easier.
All the elements of exposure work together and compensate for each other to create a properly exposed image. This includes ISO, shutter speed and f-stop or aperture.