Amazing Photography Links to Read With a Coffee
April 28, 2014
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I am not sure the coffee is the pertinent part here, if you prefer tea or a beer that would be OK too.
Those nice people at Lightstalking bring this collection of tutorials and reviews from those equally nice people at Toad Hollow Photography
It has been a fabulous week online in the world of photography, and Toad Hollow Photography has been very busy searching for the best links to tutorials, reviews, special features, collections, great photography and interesting blogs to share here with everyone. This week’s list contains some great posts and images, and we hope you enjoying checking out these links from these very talented folks as much as the Toad did in bringing this list to you.
This is a favourite Bill Brandt picture and has little to do with the wonderful tutorials brought by Toad Hollow Photography
Here is a taste of the tutorials:
Rules for Perfect Lighting: Understanding The Inverse-Square Law – this is a very detailed and highly technical article that goes into great depth in discussing this important theory behind light. Bits of the article may be lost on those who don’t possess a deeply mathematical background, but the overall post will produce a deeper understanding for the reader, no matter your background or education.
How to Photograph Lightning, From Start to Finish – a detailed and in-depth article that takes the reader from start to finish on the hunt for great lightning photography. Each nuance of the practice is discussed, from safety issues in the field to how to capture the shot to post-processing techniques to really make the image pop.
The Importance of a Focal Point in Photo Compositions – this is a great tutorial discussing in pretty good detail the importance and use of a focal point in image creation. This brief series of points will expand the horizon for most who read it, helping you to take your photography to the next level.
How Camera Angle Affects Body Shape – this brief tutorial discusses camera angle and it’s importance in composition when shooting people. Great shots accompany the article, illustrating quite nicely the points being shared and discussed.