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Seven Steps To A Better Photograph Part Two

Do not be afraid of the flash. Did you know that even on the brightest, sunniest day, you can still use your flash as a tool to fill in harsh shadows? It is true, and professional photographers refer to this technique as fill flash. This technique can be especially useful when natural shadowing blocks and/or interferes with the clarity of the subject of the photograph. Digital photo restoration services see this type of photo problem often, particularly when scanning an old negative, taken before flash photography was available. You, on the other hand, have no excuse not to make use of the fill flash technique, and doing so will greatly improve the quality and clarity of your photos. Bounce the light. This can serve as a caveat for the above tip, because while it is important to fully utilize your cameras flash, it is just as important not to overuse it. Just as photo restoration and slide scanning pros see many instances of under use of the flash, they see just as many instances of on camera flashes pointe...


Photo Restoration and Photography Terms Part One

If you are a beginning photographer, or even if you have been in the business for years, there are undoubtedly some photo restoration and photography terms that you have heard before, but are not sure what they mean. This basic, but by no means exhaustive glossary of photo restoration and photography related terms will help you to improve your knowledge, and become more skilled at your craft as a result.When it comes to aberration there are many types of aberrations, but an aberration in photographical terms relates to something that prevents light from being brought into sharp focus, and thus disenabling the formation of a clear image. Aberrations can be related to a lens flaw, i.e. the inability of a lens to reproduce an accurate, sharp, and focused image. These types of aberrations are categorized into seven types.Chromatin aberration is different wavelengths of light coming into focus both in front and in back of the film plane, resulting in a rainbow halo and a reduction in image sharpness.Curvilinear di...


Seven Steps To a Better Photograph Part One

Taking better photographs is a combination of proper technique, talent, and experience. Once you have shot your best work, you should consider sending your pics to a company that specializes in digital photo printing services, digital photo restoration, and 35 mm negative slide scanning, in order to obtain digital quality prints, even if a digital camera is not your preferred medium. Photo printing, restoration, and scanning services also give you the option of purchasing a CD of your photographs, which can be an invaluable backup resource in the event that your original files, film, or prints are lost or damaged. Go in for the close up. One thing that photo restoration and 35 mm slide scanning services notice is that most people stand too far away from their subject, and since most photos are taken with digital cameras nowadays, this problem is becoming more prevalent. Before digital cameras, professional camera men used the term shoe leather zooms, when describing their photography techniques, meaning that...


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