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Low Key - Low Light How to shut out ?
In this low-key lighting tutorial we’ll show you how to use a single flashgun to light your subjects for truly atmospheric images. Low-key lighting makes the most of dark tones and shadows to create images with drama and atmosphere.

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Date : 2014-04-08 15:50:03





Nikon Camera

Nikon Coolpix P600 Review
Shooting conditions vary, so the COOLPIX P600 has two viewing systems: a large 3-inch Vari-angle display that swings and swivels to provide easy viewing from almost any position, plus an electronic Eye-Level viewfinder for D-SLR-style shooting. Find exciting new perspectives by swiveling out the Vari-angle display and moving the camera around—raise it overhead or move it to ground-level for suprirsing new views. When conditions require, use the bright, Electronic Eye-Level viewfinder and frame exactly the shot you want.

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Date : 2014-04-05 09:29:50





Canon Camera

Balancing flash with ambient light with Canon DSLR
When it comes to photographing the interiors of churches and cathedrals the lighting conditions can be challenging. Flash is notoriously tricky for large indoor spaces, due to what’s technically known as the ‘inverse-square law’. In a nutshell, each time the distance doubles from the flashgun to progressively distant parts of a scene, they only receive a quarter of the illumination. With regular exposure settings, the result is that objects in the close foreground will be very brightly illuminated whereas objects further away will be very dark. The only time it’s worth using flash for indoor shots of large spaces, like the interior of a church or cathedral, is when you want to accentuate a foreground element with a little extra illumination.

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Date : 2014-04-07 11:06:03





Sony Camera

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX50V Review
At the time of launch the Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-HX50V is the smallest compact camera with a 30x zoom lens. This Sony G lens has an equivalent focal length of 24-720mm, making it enormously versatile and ideal for sightseers and travelling photographers. Sony is aiming the HX50 at enthusiasts who know a bit about photography as well as less experienced snappers, and consequently there's a range of exposure modes including aperture priority, shutter priority and manual, as well as a collection of automatic options. Experienced photographers, however, may be disappointed to learn that it's not possible to record raw files on this superzoom.

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Date : 2013-12-27 16:25:59





Panasonic Camera

Lens 45-200mm/F4.0-5.6 Lumix - Review
The 45-200mm ƒ/4-5.6 OIS is the second lens released by Panasonic in its line of Micro Four-Thirds compatible lenses. When mounted on a micro four thirds compatible camera, the size of the sensor produces a 2x crop factor, meaning an equivalent field of view of 90-400mm in 35mm film terms. Panasonic is one of the early pioneers in optical image stabilization systems, so it's no surprise that the lens features its Mega O.I.S. technology to reduce the effect of camera shake.

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Date : 2013-12-21 17:37:28






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