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The Truth About How White Balance And Your Camera Actually Work

There is absolutely no reason why you shouldn't care about white balance in the same way that you care about manual control over the exposure of the image. The way that color is rendered in a photo can completely change the way that it appears and in order to get the absolute best color, you should use manual control over your white balance in the same way that you manually control the ISO, aperture and shutter speeds. thephoblographer.com

2017-9-6 13:00

Video: How Amateur Photographers Can Take Better Pictures (Without Buying a New Camera)

Lots of folks consider themselves hobbyists and amateur photographers--and they always wonder how they can take better pictures. Lucky for those folks, The Project Photography came up with a number of great tips that the advanced photographers will do and consider (because of course they have experience) but that others may not. thephoblographer.com

2017-6-21 01:00

How to Shoot Better Photos That Need Less Post Production

I want to get something very clear before I begin this article: there is absolutely nothing wrong with post processing and photographers should always shoot with RAW modes if possible. But at the same time, there is something absolutely very liberating about not needing to spend more time on your computer or any device working to get those better images that you ultimately want in the end. thephoblographer.com

2017-3-8 14:03

Learn The Key To Better Boudoir Posing With Jen Rozenbaum

Boudoir is one of the hottest niches of photography right now, not just because of the upcoming valentines day holiday, but also due to shifting views on nudity and sexuality around the globe. Jen Rozenbuam has been teaching boudoir photographers how to pose all women (thick, thin, tall, short, etc) in an alluring and sexy way for years with her 8 points of posing. thephoblographer.com

2017-1-23 00:32

Review: Sony RX100 V

For a really long time, I've never truly been a fan of the Sony RX100 series of cameras, but then earlier this year Sony launched their Sony RX100 V--and somehow or another things changed. The company has been making steady improvements to the camera over the years with a better aperture value through the zoom range, the addition of an EVF, improved battery life, improved autofocus, better video, and better image quality. thephoblographer.com

2016-12-23 14:02