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The camera doesn’t see what the eye sees. Of the two of you the camera is the one without the brain (we hope). But it’s also the one without the loves, hates, desires, needs, bias’, prejudices, pre-conceived ideas—whatever you want … Continue reading
Short and long lighting are techniques used to bring out the best qualities of your subject. These techniques can also be used on objects but let’s talk about faces here. The face can be classified in one of three shapes; … Continue reading
There’s so many theories of composition it’s hard to know which one to listen to. One simple one claims composition consists of: Line, Shape, Form, Texture, Pattern and Color. But I think it’s even simpler than that. Remember Occam’s Razor-the … Continue reading
Here’s four types of light you’ll commonly find outdoors: Front Lighting Side Lighting Top lighting Twilight. Front lighting, the light coming over your shoulder and falling on the subject, is flat. It hurts the dimensionality of the subject and makes … Continue reading