1. Photography guidelines for Best Photos of Dubai Desert


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    If you are desert lover and you love to take unique and amazing pictures of the desert. Then dubai desert safari tours provide you the best desert location for your photography. Here we are giving you some valuable tips of photography in the dubai desert see our presentation. http://www.dubaidesertsafaritours.com/evening-desert-safari.php

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    • Viewfinder Center - One Minute Tip: Shutter Speed


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      Having trouble with blurry photos? Use this quick rule-of-thumb to avoid unwanted blur in your images.

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      • Cha, cha, cha, Changes


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        Changes are coming to my photography and business tips blog. Exactly what that looks like is still being created, so I can't tell you what is going to happen, but I can tell you why things will be changing. Providing value is only possible when the provider understands what the providee wants and needs. With so many different photography business models and specialties, it has been a challenge to provide photography and business tips on a daily basis that will be relevant to everyone. For example... I can give you the tip to set up profitable pricing, but without knowing your level of experience, your comfort level with sales, your market, your financial goals, your Cost of goods, I cannot, in good conscience, offer you a detailed pricing model. One of the most powerful things about having a coach is that they know you, your business and your goals, and that makes it really easy for the two participants... the photography business owner and the coach... to design a plan of attack that will create the biggest change in the shortest amount of time. Up until now, I have tried to provide pretty general photography and business tips without getting into much detail. My hope was that the tips would be valuable to most photographers who found my blog. But I am finding that sharing the "what to do" is less empowering than sharing the "how to do it"... which is what I provide as a coach. And... to do that I need to understand where each person is coming from. So how do I do that on a large scale? That is the question that I am struggling to answer, and I would appreciate any feedback that you can give me while I look at how to improve my blog for the benefit of my subscribers. What type of programs appeal most to you? Do you prefer webinars, one on one phone calls, mastermind groups? Would you rather pay an hourly rate to get expert one on one assistance or would you like a small monthly fee to have access to a membership site that includes lots of programs to help with specific topics? What are your biggest struggles right now in your business? And what would it be worth to you on a monthly basis to solve those challenges? I want to know more about you guys and your businesses, so that I can find the best ways to help you succeed.

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        • Photographer Promo Pieces - NYIP Photo Snack


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          This is an NYIP photo snack. Fast, nutritious, delicious information designed to make you think differently about your picture making. NY based photographer Franco Vogt moved to a small town mid-career. He needed a promo piece that would introduce him to his new community. He settled on an idea he called "60 in 60." Portraits of 60 residents shot in 60 days. The project got all kinds of attention, and Vogt was the new man in town. For over 100 years, NYIP has been providing high-quality training in the art, technique, and business of photography. We Promise to Make You a Better Photographer. Request a Catalog today! http://www.nyip.edu/get-started/request-catalog

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          • video series: photography tip #003: lighting: shooting mid day in bright sun


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            In this video I talk about how to achieve the best lighting when photographing people on bright sunny day. The 2 main points are: 1. shoot in the shade 2. shoot with your subjects back to the sun and then compensate for the exposure by increasing it a stop or 2 to achieve a brighter exposure on the face and blowing out the background a little if need be. thanks for watching! vairdy photography

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            • Lego photography course


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              www.davidisrael.com.au Learn how to take great photos. Understand how to get your camera off auto mode and how to be more creative.

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              • Photographing Moving Objects


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                Today's photography tip is on photographing moving objects. Do you ever get frustrated by the fact that every time you push the shutter, you have to wait for your camera to focus? Well... there is a button for that. Not all cameras have it, but if yours does, it will save you time and make photographing moving objects, like race cars, rugby players and two year old toddlers, a lot easier. On my Nikon camera, it is labeled AF-ON. The first thing you need to do is put your camera in continuous focus mode. Then, while holding down the AF-ON button (or whatever it's labeled on your camera) you will be ready to release the shutter... without the normal delay that usually allows your camera to focus.

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                • How To Use A Neutral Density Filter to Create Stunning Waterfall Images


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                  This video was filmed at Crocodile Creek in Western Australia while Jeff was on assignment for National Geographic Expeditions. Jeff offers tips on how to show motion in your waterfall images using a variable neutral density filter.

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                  • Brian Cometa Finds These Photography Tips for DSLR Users Helpful


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                    http://www.linkedin.com/in/300datarecovery These DSLR Photography tips are helpful for Brian Cometa when he was still a beginner.

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                    • Photography Tips - Photograph with the closed side of the face toward the camera and light that side with the main light


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                      Today's photography tip is a lighting and posing tip. Everyone has a closed and an open side to their face. The easiest way to see this is to look for which eye is more open. The smaller eye is on the closed side. Then, after determining which side is closed, turn your subject so that side of their face is facing the main light and turn their face toward the camera so that side of their face is closer to the camera. The light will open up that side of their face and make the two sides seem more symmetrical. The more symmetrical your subject looks, the more attractive they will appear. Also, having the smaller eye toward the camera and the larger one farther away will have their smaller eye appear larger and tend to even out any difference in eye size. When photographing multiple subjects, try to follow the same rules for each person, but if you can't make it work for everyone, err on the side of the women. They tend to care more than the men do about how they look in their photographs, and they are often the one making the buying decision.

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