• If you’re shooting at an aperture of f/14, would changing to the aperture of f/10 increase or decrease your aperture?

    Would it increase or decrease your depth of field?
    Would it increase or decrease your depth of field?
    7 answers · 4 days ago
  • You're taking a picture in Manual mode at f/11, ISO 500, and a shutter speed of 1/125 second.?

    The image on your properly calibrated screen appears too bright. How would you take a darker exposure without changing the depth-of-field, and without potentially adding noise to the image?
    The image on your properly calibrated screen appears too bright. How would you take a darker exposure without changing the depth-of-field, and without potentially adding noise to the image?
    7 answers · 4 days ago
  • Trees in your field of view are swaying from 13 mph wind gusts, what setting should you alter to stop the motion of the trees?

    WiIl the scene be brighter or darker after you make that (only one) adjustment? How do you compensate with a second adjustment if your depth of field must remain the same?
    WiIl the scene be brighter or darker after you make that (only one) adjustment? How do you compensate with a second adjustment if your depth of field must remain the same?
    6 answers · 4 days ago
  • HOW CAN I EDIT MY PORTIFOLIO?

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  • What is photography Freelancer ?

    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • What is photo retouching?

    Best answer: Traditionally speaking, retouching is more of a term associated with film than digital images. In the days of film, retouching was the removal of any element within the film such as skin blemishes, fray hairs, or even larger things such as a branch or light pole or other visual distractions within the frame. This... show more
    Best answer: Traditionally speaking, retouching is more of a term associated with film than digital images. In the days of film, retouching was the removal of any element within the film such as skin blemishes, fray hairs, or even larger things such as a branch or light pole or other visual distractions within the frame. This was done by applying paints directly onto the negative. In many cases, especially with professional studios, they would first make a large copy negative. A copy neg is created by taking a photo of the negative. In this case, one would use a medium-format or large-format camera to make the copy neg. Why? Because it's much easier to retouch a large 4"x5" negative than the super-small 35mm format. This is one of the reasons why professional portrait/wedding photographers used medium format cameras in the first place.

    Now, in the digital age, retouching has been replaced by photo editing which basically means any kind of change to the original image and how it came out of the camera.
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What makes a photograph stand out?

    Best answer: It has to have content that is more impressive, more interesting, more compelling than most other images. It doesn't have to be created with a high level of mastery of photography on both a technical and artistic level if the content is compelling enough. Take a look at the old staged photo of the Loch Ness... show more
    Best answer: It has to have content that is more impressive, more interesting, more compelling than most other images. It doesn't have to be created with a high level of mastery of photography on both a technical and artistic level if the content is compelling enough. Take a look at the old staged photo of the Loch Ness Monster. It's poorly created on both a technical and artistic level, but the content is so compelling and interesting, that it doesn't really matter. But photos like this that are popular are rare. For the most part, the photo has to be competently created. But photos like the Loch Ness Monster, show that content is the most important aspect of a stand-out photo, even though the image was staged and a complete hoax.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why do i look kind of good in the mirror but really ugly in photos?

    Best answer: We all have a mental image of what we look like, it is the image you see in your dressing (make-up) mirror. This view of yourself is likely illuminated by lamps shining on you from above. The image you see is you twice the distance from the mirror and inverted left-for-right. It’s not easy to replicate this view... show more
    Best answer: We all have a mental image of what we look like, it is the image you see in your dressing (make-up) mirror. This view of yourself is likely illuminated by lamps shining on you from above. The image you see is you twice the distance from the mirror and inverted left-for-right.

    It’s not easy to replicate this view with a camera, however it can be done. You don’t like your likeness as reproduced by the camera because the camera image is a distortion. This comes about when the camera is placed too close and the lens chosen for use is too short. Such a lash-up extenuates things close to the camera and shrinks objects further back.

    What is needed to make a good portrait likeness is a camera placement a little further back than you might think and using a moderate telephoto instead of the regular lens. These plus a few other tricks aid the photographer to make pleasing portraits. The odds of getting such from a phone camera or even an advanced camera manned by an unfilled photographer is infrequent.
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • First photo shoot?

    So I’m gonna be doing a photo shoot next week and I’m super nervous because I have some confidence issues . When people take phots of me I’m so awkward and idk why . Any tips for my first photo shoot ?
    So I’m gonna be doing a photo shoot next week and I’m super nervous because I have some confidence issues . When people take phots of me I’m so awkward and idk why . Any tips for my first photo shoot ?
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What photography gear helps you get just the right shot?
  • How can I photoshop this picture of a waxwork of Steven Gerrard so it looks like I'm standing with him?

    I love this waxwork but unfortunately it's all the way in Bangkok and I'm in the UK. Can anyone think of an app or will I have to pay for something decent? Also is there anything that can airbrush out the words on the picture? Here's the pic, thanks! http://imgur.com/WqH8lwX
    I love this waxwork but unfortunately it's all the way in Bangkok and I'm in the UK. Can anyone think of an app or will I have to pay for something decent? Also is there anything that can airbrush out the words on the picture? Here's the pic, thanks! http://imgur.com/WqH8lwX
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Whats the best website that I can upload a temporary photo that I can later delete?

    I want to upload a photo and then ask opinions on it from people on YA. What is the best website to do so?
    I want to upload a photo and then ask opinions on it from people on YA. What is the best website to do so?
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
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