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250 photography tutorials

The people over at Pixiq have come up with a list of 250 tutorials you might need. I haven’t been into them all to check them out (naturally) but I am sure you will find something useful. Here is a link to their site

and here is a a taste, the first three, so only 247 left to look at

1 – Digital Basics

It happens rarely that I find an article that seems to cover all the basics of digital photography, but this article hits the spot very nicely indeed. It’s a one-shot introduction to the basics – nearly as good as buying one of my books! 🙂

Get the full skinny at Digital Basics on Photo Pursue

2 – Learn Photography in Five Steps

Panning. I think I cried the first time that I tried it. I might’ve had a better experience with this clear, five-step tutorial to capturing moving subjects.

Find it all on Learn Photography in Five Steps on Step By Step Photography

3 – Working with Models for that Perfect Wide-Angle Photo

So you’ve tried your hand at underwater photography and you love it. Now you want to try something a bit more advanced. How about including a model? Here’s how…

There’s more at Working with Models for that Perfect Wide-Angle Photo on Stephen Frink

4 – Avoiding the evil of red-eye

If you’re using a compact camera, red-eye can turn a portrait of your best friend into a picture of the devil incarnate. This guide explains what red eye is, how it happens, and how to avoid it.

Read more on Avoiding the evil of red-eye on Small Aperture

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