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How Pack Photography Can Fool The Eye

When it comes to tricks of the trade it seems that there are few businesses with quite as many secrets as those photography studios providing pack photography services and catalogue photo services. A quick glance around at the number of catalogues, sales catalogues, brochures, posters and leaflets all around us shows us just how busy pack photography providers really are.

How Many Camera Megapixels Is Enough?

The amount of megapixels a photograph has indicates how detailed the photo is. Generally, the higher the megapixel number, the better the detail. On digital prints, low megapixel count is noticeable, as lines are ill defined, colors are blurred, and any solid colors have a lot of “noise”. With higher megapixel count, images are crisper, and closer represent the way the moment looked in reality.

Understanding Clipping Path in Digital Imagery

The clipping path is used in many different manners to create either perfect background or the correct color combination. The online digital photo studios provide variety of clipping path solutions for images.

Graphics Tablet For Photo Restoration

Do you need a graphics tablet for photo restoration? It would certainly help but it’s actually needed. Whether you need a tablet or not rather depends on your restoration style. If you are the airbrush everything over type or the piece it back together type.

Canon Rebel T3i VS T2i

Looking for a new Canon Rebel? We now have a new comparison – Canon T3i vs T2i. Which will it be?

Film Production Equipment and Accessories for Film, Video or Lighting Needs

It’s true that photography is a wonderful hobby. However, for some people film making is much more than a hobby. For those people who want to make their career in film making or photography, it becomes much more important to have all advanced tools and equipment.

Nikon 18-200 Lens

The Nikon 18-200 Lens is hands down the best all purpose zoom lens you can possibly get for your Nikon reflex camera. I bought it a year ago and since then I fell in love with it, because you can do (almost) anything with it. You can shot inside a museum using the wide angle or zoom in to catch the most little detail of a building facade. It’s the best lens for the tourist who walks down the streets of a big city or wanders the paths of a National Park looking for the best shot.

Photography Tips – Understanding Aperture Settings

Most tips relating to exposure advocate the use of the aperture priority mode, and with good reason. The Aperture Priority Mode allows you to control the shutter speed through the aperture settings, which are responsible for crucial picture dynamics that include depth of field, motion blur and freezing action. Understanding how the aperture and aperture priority work, will help you as a photographer gain control over exposure and these critical picture dynamics.

The 3 Things You Should Do When Shooting Macro Photography

If you’re looking to improve your macro photography, then you should do these three things to get the best results from your photography. First, you need to keep everything steady. Second, you need to turn off any kind of image stabilization on your lens. And last, but not least, you need to be patient. After reading this article, you should be able to get sharp picture from your macro photography.

How to Protect Your DSLR Camera Lens From Dust, Mold and Scratches

If you’re looking for ways to protect your expensive lens investment for your DSLR camera, then you’re on the right place. In this article, I will explore some ways that you can protect your lens from dust, mold and scratches. The first way to protect your lens is to use the included lens hood that comes with your lens when you buy it. The second way is to use a filter that you can screw on the front of the lens. And the final way is just to simply following good procedure of keeping your lens clean after every use and moving it out of harmful environment. By the end of this article, you would have the ability to choose which way is the best way for you to protect your lens given your preference.

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