50 fantastic photography techniques and tutorials
Mastering photography requires patience and practice. A huge collection of handy tutorials doesn’t hurt either. Smashing Magazine rounded up fifty of the most useful web articles that cover everything from high-speed photography to motion blur to RAW processing.
A snapshot of what you can learn:
Black and white photography starts before the shot is even taken. In this article you’ll find some quick tips on what to look for to ensure the perfect black and white landscape – e.g. camera settings for black and white photography and what filters are good for black and white landscapes.
Thanks to digital photography, we can take infrared pictures whenever we please, mix them with “normal” ones and see the results on the spot, tweaking the settings to our heart’s desire.
The Nocturnes is an organization dedicated to night photography. Founded by Tim Baskerville in San Francisco in 1991, it has grown to become the premier source of information and education on night photography, as well as an international community for night photographers.
You can take the RAW image file and make all of your choices about size, color, contrast, etc., and then output it to a new original each time (which might be a JPEG). This is greatly aided by the fact that there’s 12-bit color. The software can make easier choices and less compromises.
Full list at Smashing Magazine.
Tons of photography resources.
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