5 Reasons you should learn photography manually!I once met someone who was determined not to use a D-SLR until he had mastered a Manual Camera first. I thought he was a bit stuck up, maybe a little arrogant of his own abilities too...but actually, he was right. You will not truly value Photography until you go right back to basics and learn how the legendary pros did it first. So here are five top reasons why you should teach yourself photography on a manual camera!
1) It's Cheap
Many people think that Film Photography is expensive. If you're going all out and developing your own photographs rather than taking the to a developer then it might well be expensive! However manual cameras are a dying breed and you can pick up most of the bits and pieces you need to get started, quite cheaply.
2) Manual Focus
It's the simplest reason, but it's so true. Manual Focus will save your life. Learning how to focus your camera the hard way will make
Our second and new feature!Hello, dear friends and watchers! :iconexcitedhiplz:
This is the time to make a new feature now! We'd like to thank all our friends and watchers who have voted for us for the contest "Fallen Angel" of The Imaginarium :iconthe-Imaginarium: and who always have supported our works since our first steps on dA. Thank you so very much!:iconblowkiss-plz:
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Project Educate: See the light and remember it
See the light and remember it
Lighting in photography is a living, changing art. One of the most important abilities of a photographer is to see light and to remember it. Light is the most changing element in our daily life. We move among solid objects and among people who do not change drastically during a day or a week. But visually the appearance of our environment and of people around us may change from one hour to the next due to the time of day, the weather, or the particular source of light. Photographers are aware of these changes and store in their memory the impact different types of light have on our emotions and our subconscious. For a photographer, watching the light becomes second nature.
Some of the photographer's palette of tools:
-The angle of light
-Quality (hard or soft)
Angle of light
Competitive Actuation 001 - the last callDear members, watchers and friends :iconcoffeedanceplz:
time is running and the contest timeline expires soon, exactly spoken at the 5th of May
So I want to send today a kind reminder and hope there are some more entries in work which will be sent the next few days.
Have a wonderful time and see you
Dear members, watchers and friends
while kidding around with the lovely Debora Filterkaffee - about drinking coffee and the fitting emoticons for us coffee addicts e.g. this one :icondrinkcoffeepotplz: - an idea for a contest was born.
Here the details:
The theme is "The Strange Coffee Drinkers" as seen here:
The detailed rules are:
We want to see strange pots/persons/situations while drinking coffee as seen in the examples above.
We are expecting to see: strange pots (no usual coffee cups) and a person / strange habit from a person while dringing coffee / strange s
Abstract and Surreal Spotlight Vol. 13Einsilbig's
Spotlight Vol. 13
Abstract and Surreal
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The Fondest Memory
Drops of Gloom
Want to know how I edit my photos?Then head over to my Facebook page!!
I've been posting some before/after images there.. I've also listed the techniques I use. Check it out!
Right here: Beethy Photography