Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Photo lessons. Get inspired and try out new things.
Quick and easy way to grow as a photographer is to participate in a 30 day photo challenge. You will push your photography and get out of a creative rut. Use these prompts to learn new photography tips & skills as well as see growth in your own images over the next 30 days.
Long Exposure Cheat Sheet. Yours Free!Long exposure photography is quite interesting to look at because it captures one element that conventional photography doesn't - an extended period of time. This type of photography can create truly stunning results and our cheat sheet will get you started with the basics long exposure photography very quickly.These cheat sheets are designed so you can print them out and take them out into the field with you shooting!Click the button below to start your…
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Digication ePortfolio :: Erin McGinnis by Erin Mcginnis at NAEA.
lissfully Domestic is for quality-conscious readers interested in Home, Life and Food. It celebrates people and their everyday lives: gardening, entertaining, renovating, cooking, and creating.
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Level: High School Art Education Lesson Plan Art Elements: Shape, Color, Texture, Design Art Skills: Computer Graphics, Creative Thinking, Problem Solving Making Connections: limitless depending on yo
Welcome to Astrophotography! Consider this post a primer on night time photography that will inspire you to get out under the stars and take your photos!
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We've done a few of these posts before, but we think they're so helpful! Learning photography can be a bit overwhelming and even for seasoned photographers, it's nice to have a refresher or even a cheat sheet stashed in your bag. ;) So, we've found a few more cheat sheets that we thought our fans would be interested in. For me, personally, one of my goals is to pull out my camera more and really learn how to use it. I shoot on manual mode, but I know there's so many things my little Canon is…
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When we take an image, we flatten our three dimensional world into something two dimensional. And as a result, our images can look a little...er... flat. Adding depth is simply a way of bringing back that three dimensional feel - in other words, more closely mimicking how we see in the real world.
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