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Take Control with Back Button Focusing
By default, pressing the shutter button down half way activates the autofocus feature. It's handy, quick and can lead to...
Using V-Flats with Backlit Portraits
When using backlighting in an image, the first thing to decide on the light source. For beauty portraits, I prefer...
Direction of Light for Food Photography
When photographing food, the direction of your light is very important. Certain angles of light will help shape the scene...
Using a Backlight to Improve Your Subject
This tutorial explores the role of back light in a three-point lighting setup. This light can be essential as it...
Lighting Fog : How I Got the Shot
Lighting Fog : How I Got the Shot takes you through a 3 light set up using gels to produce...
Using Backlight for Dramatic Portraits
I have been exploring backlight lately. Any light coming from behind the subject can be considered backlight. Backlight that is...
When to Use Back Light
This is a guest post by Thomas Shue - lilsamedia.com/blog Follow him on Twitter: Today I am offering you some...

Take Control with Back Button Focusing

By default, pressing the shutter button down half way activates the autofocus feature. It’s handy, quick and can lead to some compositional issues. Center of the frame syndrome The autofocus sensors are most accurate at the center of the viewfinder.

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Using V-Flats with Backlit Portraits

When using backlighting in an image, the first thing to decide on the light source. For beauty portraits, I prefer to use natural light, as it has a soft and lovely look to it, but this can easily be accomplished

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Direction of Light for Food Photography

When photographing food, the direction of your light is very important. Certain angles of light will help shape the scene and can also be the difference between a successful image, and one that is just “meh”. In this article I

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Using a Backlight to Improve Your Subject

This tutorial explores the role of back light in a three-point lighting setup. This light can be essential as it helps create separation between your subject and the background. This is an easy way to add depth to a scene

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Using Backlight for Dramatic Portraits

I have been exploring backlight lately. Any light coming from behind the subject can be considered backlight. Backlight that is two or more f/stops brighter than the exposure on the camera will record the subject as a silhouette. I decided

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When to Use Back Light

This is a guest post by Thomas Shue – lilsamedia.com/blog Follow him on Twitter: Today I am offering you some tips about back lighting. Simply put, when light is coming from behind a subject, it’s said to be back lit.

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Using a Backlight to Improve Your Subject

This tutorial explores the role of back light in a three-point lighting setup. This light can be essential as it helps create separation between your subject and the background. This is an easy way to add depth to a scene

Read More

Using Backlight for Dramatic Portraits

I have been exploring backlight lately. Any light coming from behind the subject can be considered backlight. Backlight that is two or more f/stops brighter than the exposure on the camera will record the subject as a silhouette. I decided

Read More

When to Use Back Light

This is a guest post by Thomas Shue – lilsamedia.com/blog Follow him on Twitter: Today I am offering you some tips about back lighting. Simply put, when light is coming from behind a subject, it’s said to be back lit.

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