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55 Beautiful Examples of Sunset Photography - The Photo Argus
Sunsets are reliably beautiful subjects and backgrounds for photography. Even when they're not colorful and majestic, they still create a lovely change in
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Surreal Photography by Gabriel Isak - IGNANT
San Francisco-based Swedish photographer Gabriel Isak creates surreal images featuring a dark, melancholic atmosphere. As he states on his Instagram, his life consist of the three: birds, ocean and the fog, which are also central elements in his photography. Gabriel Isak’s objective is to bring his experiences to life in a way that’s relatable to […]
imagination, dreams and more... spring tx child photographer
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You are My Sunshine-- North Port Park child, family & Lifestyle Photographer
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High Speed Photography Tips
Have you ever wondered how photographers were able to capture a water splash, bursting balloon, or a bullet hitting a fruit? The goal of the high speed photography is capturing objects in motion. You can photograph events that follow a predictable sequence. In all cases you want to be able to detect a trigger, wait for an event and take a picture. For example, in order to capture a falling drop hitting the surface of water, first you need to detect the time when the drop starts falling…
Smaller balloons can be held from above! Trigger set with a slightly longer delay to encourage most of the balloon rubber to recede. From my second shoot with my new digital sound trigger. A bit more thought to composition and lighting this time round. --- Strobist: SB800 on camera left, SB600 behind subject with plexiglass diffusor. Flashes on 1/64th power. --- EDIT: DIYPhotography did an excellent write-up on my high speed shots. -- EDIT: 2010-06-29 Hello to everyone visiting from the…
99 Excellent Examples of Forced Perspective Photography
Forced perspective is a technique that employs optical illusion to make an object appear farther away, closer, larger or smaller than it actually is. It is used primarily in photography, filmmaking and architecture. It manipulates human visual perception