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Cool Photography Techniques

  1. COOL<br />Photography Techniques<br />
  2. Getting<br />
  3. BORD<br />
  4. with your<br />CAMERA?<br />
  5. I have solutions!<br />
  6. I have solutions!<br />Really?<br />
  7. Try out some <br />cool<br />pretty<br />Photography Techniques<br />
  8. Like…<br />
  9. High-Speed<br />Photography<br />
  10. Capturing pictures<br />of really<br />FAST<br />events<br />
  11. Here’s another cool<br />Technique…<br />
  12. Observe.<br />
  13. Looks like a miniature<br />model, right?<br />
  14. These are actually REAL big houses.<br />
  15. Captured through a TILT-SHIFT lens<br />
  16. Giving the photo a miniature-like <br />optical illusion.<br />
  17. Cool,<br /> right?<br />
  18. How ‘bout something old school and dramatic?<br />
  19. Black and white photographs give that effect.<br />
  20. Don’t you feel the drama?<br />
  21. On the other hand, if you want some movement and energy in your photos…<br />
  22. Motion Blur Photography is for YOU<br />
  23. It’s done by using a very long exposure time, so that the “blurring” effect occurs.<br />
  24. If you want to make your pictures look like they’re not of this world,<br />
  25. Try INFRARED PHOTOGRAPHY.<br />
  26. This photo looks like <br />it’s from Avatar, right?<br />
  27. The film or image sensor being used <br />is sensitive to infrared light.<br />
  28. Another one…<br />
  29. guess wHO lives there... <br />
  30. Smoke is not just a vaporous system made up of small particles of carbonaceous matter in the air.<br />
  31. You can amazingly create something out of it.<br />
  32. What is this?<br />A Bone?<br />A Ladder?<br />Something else?<br />
  33. Answer:<br />SMOKE ART PHOTOGRAPHY.<br />
  34. NOW, LET’S GET CLOSER.<br />
  35. This is MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY. <br />
  36. It magnifies your SMALL subject with detail. <br />
  37. It magnifies your SMALL subject with detail. <br />Who are you calling SMALL?<br />
  38. How about making your photos appear very LUMINOUS? <br />
  39. How about making your photos appear very LUMINOUS? <br />LIKE …<br />
  40. It’s called High dynamic range imaging or<br />HDR Photography<br />
  41. HDRimage is usually made <br />by taking 3 photos of the same scene at different shutter speeds. <br />The result is a bright, medium, and dark photo.<br />
  42. No wonder they posed here for so long already…<br />
  43. This one appears similar but it’s done differently and only two photos blended together are enough.<br />
  44. This technique which creates the Orton Effect <br />by Michael Orton is of course called… <br />ORTON.<br />
  45. This the result of overlaying two or more images of an identical scene <br />with very different exposures on slide film . <br />
  46. But if you are the type who likes it WIDE.<br />
  47. Have it the<br />PANORAMIC PHOTOGRAPHY way.<br />
  48. A photo showing a field of view<br />about 160° by 75° may be termed panoramic. –Approximating or greater than that of the human eye. <br />
  49. Having a wide aspect ratio, it gives you a greater view<br /> of the subject. <br />
  50. So many <br />COOL techniques, huh? <br />
  51. You should NEVER MISS this too!<br />
  52. It’s called<br />ZOOM BURST!<br />
  53. ROAR!<br />
  54. YOU ARE STILL IN GOOD FORM.<br />
  55. YOU ARE STILL IN GOOD FORM.<br />Let’s check that again…<br />
  56. That’s right, it brings more life to this statue.<br />
  57. Generally characterized by blurred streaks originating from the center of the photo.<br />
  58. Photography has always been this COOL.<br />
  59. Photography has always been this COOL.<br />Tell us what INTERESTS you MOST!<br />
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