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Cyanotype on Canvas

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Hi, I'm trying to do a cyanotype on some raw cotton canvas that I bought, using the classic formula found here. However, even after exposing for...

FS: Flash Meter Shepherd XE-99

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FS: Flash Meter Shepherd XE-99. Works fine. Asking $20 plus $6 shipping in the US. International buyers welcome too.

FS: Fuji Instax 200 Camera

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FS: Fuji Instax 200 Camera Works great, just not getting enough use from me. Asking $40 plus $10 shipping within the US. International...

Quick Tip: Constructing Your Own Freestanding Reflector

(6 years ago)
Advertise hereTable-top photography is a great way to learn about lighting. You don’t need expensive lighting gear since natural lighting from a window or the artificial illumination from a lamp or flashlight works just fine. Working with a single light source lets you experiment with the angle and the quality of the light, but it does leave you with a problem. One side of your subject will be in shadow. You don’t need extra lights to fix this. All you need is a reflector on the opposite side to the light source to bounce light back into the shadows.The advantage of a reflector over a second light is that the ‘fill light’ from the reflector will never be brighter than the main light, and you can adjust the strength by moving the reflector nearer to the subject or further away. Not only that, the reflector will deliver the same-colored light, though you can change this if you want to by using colored reflectors, as we’ll see. That means no weird white balance issues.You can buy fold-out reflector disks, but the problem with these is that you need some-one else to hold them. This home-made version costs a lot less and is freestanding, so it’s ideal when you’re working alone. When you’re done, it folds flat, and if you have applied a foil or colored finish to one side, this will protect the surface.In this tutorial, we’ll use it to illuminate a small table-top still life, but reflectors can prove just as useful for[..]

Quick Tip: Create Perfect Panoramic Displays with Zoomify

(6 years ago)
Advertise hereToday, we’ll use Zoomify, a built-in tool inside Adobe Photoshop CS4 and CS5, to quickly export a webpage showcasing your panoramic image in a functional and sleek way. This video tutorial will walk you through the steps and explain how the process works.ZoomifyHere’s a preview of the panoramic:Quick points:Zoomify is built into Adobe Photoshop CS4 and CS5. However can still be installed in PhotoShop CS3, check the offical zoomify website for more details.Zoomify can be used for any high resolution photos, not just panoramic photos.The client I used in the video is Filezilla inside the video to upload my panoramic image to my personal server. Also, take a look around at web hosting, you can sometimes find advertising-free web hosting for about $3 a month.Thanks for readingI hope this quick tip helped show you a different way you could showcase your high resoltuion photographs and panoramics. If you’ve used Zoomify before, please post your results in the comments.

Isabelle Adjani

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Stylin'

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This Week in the Digital Photography School Forums (3-9 Jul ‘11)

(6 years ago)
Weekly AssignmentWe finished up our Vertical Lines assignment this week, which was the last of our assignments focusing on lines.Our winner this week used both vertical and diagonal lines in their photo this week. devel’s photograph of a car on a lonely road, titled “The Drive to Twilight” made good use of negative space and [...]Post from: Digital Photography School's Photography Tips. Check out our resources on Portrait Photography Tips, Travel Photography Tips and Understanding Digital Cameras.This Week in the Digital Photography School Forums (3-9 Jul ‘11)

Astrophyton Darwinium

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Jade Strachan is now friends with Jannesch and Mohd Baqar Abbas

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Jade Strachan is now friends with Jannesch and Mohd Baqar Abbas

Goderich lighthouse

(6 years ago)
Located on a bluff overlooking Lake Huron, the Goderich lighthouse was erected in 1847. As a...
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