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13 Super Useful Photography Cheat Sheets

There’s a lot involved in photography, and so many things to remember it can be overwhelming, especially for beginners. Cameras can seem complicated, and photo editing software is packed with features. Then there are concepts like lighting and composition that must be mastered in order to achieve those perfect shots. With so many things to learn, sometimes a little help is welcomed. So for this post, we’ve rounded up a collection of photography cheat sheets and quick references that should come in very handy.

10 Steps To Taking Your Own Simple Stock Photos

Bad stock photography is a cliché, there’s nothing worse than going to an “about us” page and seeing a bunch of people in suits with telephone headsets who all look really happy. Good stock photography on the other hand has a lot of value, the downside is that it’s often very expensive. Today we’ll be looking at a few simple techniques which you can use to photograph things on a pure white background so that they can easily be used in almost any web design project under the sun. There’s no need to spend a lot of money when you can create some beautiful simple shots with a little time and creativity.

25+ WordPress Photogallery themes

If you are a photographer wanting to show your photos online with a wordpress theme that is clean and good looking then this post is for you, Because this post contains 25+ wordpress photo gallery themes in which some are free of cost and some are premium but at very low price. Now if you want to show your photos online then just select your favourite theme from the list below and make it yours.

7 Tips for Creating a Successful Photographer Blog

Photography blogs can be great ways to funnel new visitors and potential clients to your photography work. I’ve been photoblogging for almost three years. Here are seven things that I’ve learned: A blog is no place for second-rate work. Even though it’s “only a blog”, potential clients do like to look at blogs before hiring a photographer. Write succinctly. People aren’t going to a photoblog to read War and Peace. Give them enough commentary to figure out what your pictures are about and why you composed them the way you did. And then stop writing. On a photoblog, a picture truly is worth a thousand words…

30 Amazing Conceptual Photographs

Photography is always about capturing the meaning, significance and essence of a moment in time, however, conceptual photography takes this idea to the extreme, by capturing a thought, idea, or message to the viewer and communicating it in a clever and interesting method.

We’ve gathered up 30 awe-inspiring conceptual photographs that will make you take a moment to look a little bit closer and try to decipher the message of each photograph.

45 Gorgeous “Smiley Fingers” Photographs

Ever thought of using fingers to express your thoughts? Maybe to your loved one this valentine? Now since Feb 14 is just days away I was searching for some valentine wallpapers and then ended up posting these. So here are some of the most romantic and gorgeous smiley beautifully picturised using fingers. Last week we had posted about Bokeh Photography and Coffee Latte Art Examples. And also a beutiful roundup of Wallpapers about Design you might want to have a look at them too. So get creative and show me your fingers 😉 Let me know your comments.

Photographers rights: When, where and what can I shoot?

Is the title clear enough for you? If you don’t ever want to end up like Rocky with your face all swollen because some security personnel decided you were a national threat, or you want to be completely sure that you can take that shot of your favorite celebrity pissing in the garden, this guide is meant to give you some clarity over what you can and can’t do with your camera.

30 Most Amazing Shots Captured Photography in 2010

There’re thousands of photographs you have seen in 2010. By Splitting into distinct categories, this contest truly showcases a various range of photography skills. With categories such as landscape,Nature, travel and wildlife, they’re encouraged and inspire to you and explorer in more depth. This showcase is shortlisted from two quality Photographs sites, one of National geographic and Photo Radar. . They held a contest and we selected best amazing photographs from them.

30 Cute Baby Pictures that Are Adorable

Kids are cute and their photographs are even cuter. As they say, baby photographs can never be bad. You always find a reason to like a baby photography. Having said that, there is a large number of photographs available on the internet that are better than others. There are a lot of factors that determine the quality of the photographs taken of babies, camera being the least of them. The tiny angels need to be in the perfect pose, the lighting conditions need to be perfect and the angle has ti be spot-on. All these factors lead to great cute baby photographs.

We are showcasing the best examples of cute baby pictures. These photography will hopefully be an inspiration for you to take better photographs of babies around your house and locality.

Unforgettable Funny Photo Collection – Illusions

We sharing something very special for your tired mood, these of all funny photos have worth and many silent words, sometime we catch awesome moments which call Illusions as you can see in this stunning collection. These of all moments based on distance overlapping, positioning and right timings are create a amazing perspective of photography.

We must appreciate all of those really professional photographers who catch these moments for laugh on our face, hope you all really like these of all stuff and we also appreciate if someone share your own photo for next version.

Food Photography: A Simple and Inexpensive Approach to Shooting Food

If you admire food photography but have always been intimidated to shoot it, here is a bit of advice. Approach food as you would any other still life. Don’t automatically psyche yourself out before you begin. People often remark that food is the most difficult subject to shoot. Perhaps once upon a time, but today digital SLR’s have completely altered the landscape.