This entry was posted by Photo Savy on April 6, 2014 at 9:41 am
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@MrTuananh2809 the difference is that with paper and card you have control
of your lighting, pop-up is frontal hard light…. completely opposite
very helpful to me . Thanks
it seems Av setting is your favorite one
what about the a pop-up flash? forget the bounce card and paper.
nice tips, thanks
That turned out great, nice tutorial!
Very cool, thank you! How would you get a nice beach shot wth that dark
blue sky, dark foliage and white sand. Someone said a polarizer, tried it
and still not getting that magazine quality shot…
Hey there, have you tried “photo SFX art” (google it)? On their website you
will find a smart free video demonstrating how to make brilliant pictures.
It made it easier for Daniel to make photographs which leave you with a
wow-effect after you take a look at them. It might help you out as well…
Hello there! Have you thought about photo sfxart tricks (do a search on
google)? My cooworker Allan made some unbelivable photography with their
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