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Photography » Top tips for hopeful models
Posted By Guido on 19 April 2008
This is not a definitive list of tips but it will I hope endeavor to help you in the first stages of your modeling career.
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Photography » What Makes a Marketable Photo
Posted By Guido on 09 December 2006
In other words, which photos sell and which donít? From our experience, there are certain indicators that point to ďgood sellers,Ē and to those that won't fare too well.
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Photography » Digital Camera Care
Posted By Guido on 09 September 2006
OK you have bought the camera here are some simple tips to help keep taking those pictures. Try to keep your camera in a camera bag when itís not in use as the bag will help protect the camera from knocks, falls moisture and dust. Keep a silicon gel bag in the there to help reduce moisture, you may have got one or two with the camera if not they can be bought relatively cheaply from a camera shop or sometimes they may come with other high street purchases.
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Photography » Photographic Quick Tips
Posted By Guido on 09 September 2006
In this article John talks about some quick tips that when you're just starting or even an experienced photographer may help you get out of that tight spot to enable you to get that perfect shot!!!
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Photography » How to Take Better Portrait Photos
Posted By Guido on 31 August 2006
Portrait photos are very impressive. A good portrait can project so much emotions and feelings and captivate the viewer. Taking high quality portrait photos is an art that takes time to master. This article will give you a few guidelines that can help you achieve high quality portrait photos in a short time and without being a professional photographer.
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Photography » Turning Your Photos To Cash - How Can Your Photos Make Money For You
Posted By Guido on 16 July 2006
If you are an amateur or a semi professional photographer then chances are that you can make some money out of your photos. In this article you will get tips on how to turn your photos to cash. This article is for you only if youíre looking to turn your photos into some extra cash on top of your main income source. This is not for you if you are looking to live off your photos this is not for you.
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Photography » How To Make Your Digital Camera Even More Useful
Posted By Guido on 16 July 2006
You may have been using your camera for holidays and family affairs and thinking from time to time that you one day should attempt to use it for other beneficial purposes. This is an attempt to show you some ways you can benefit from your camera but without touching on the commercial areas that we have discussed before. I have simply focussed on the overlooked areas that are beneficial to you on a day to day basis.
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Photography » Latest cameras and memory
Posted By Guido on 28 April 2006
Here are the latest offerings from amazon for cameras, smart media and compact flash memory. See if you can bag yourself a bargain. Or just browse to see how much you can save.
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Photography » How to submit digital pictures for magazine publication.
Posted By Guido on 26 March 2006
How to submit digital pictures for magazine publication. Most magazines now accept digital images. The question is will they accept mine! I wonít answer that question Iíll leave that to you to answer once you have finished reading this article.
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Photography » Tripods - How to Avoid Blurry Photos
Posted By Guido on 24 March 2006
All of us had the experience of shooting photos just to find out they look blurry or too soft. In almost all cases the reason for that is camera movement. When the camera moves while the shutter is open the result is a soft or blurry photo. Usually camera movements are small and for that reason in high shutter speeds the camera does not have an opportunity to move enough. However in some scenarios such as slow shutter speeds or high zoom values even the tiniest movement will result in a blurry photo.
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