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Jan 23, 2012 08:26 as a reply to  @ post 13683280 |  #46

Hi!
I just recently came across this e-book filled with good tricks and tutorials. It has changed my point of view on making special camera effects.

Look at my blog page of this e-book on the link in my signature.


E-book on photography, full of tips & tricks:
Trick Photography And Special Effects E-book (external link)

  
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Feb 23, 2012 01:53 |  #47
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Mar 11, 2012 08:59 |  #48

This is like heaven to me! Thanks so much for sharing these tutorial links!


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Apr 26, 2012 15:46 |  #49

Thanks for all the information on here


www.caciquephotography​.com (external link)

  
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May 09, 2012 01:27 |  #50

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IMAGE LINK: http://famecherry.com/​models/posing-mastery-v1-0/  (external link)


Dear Friends

I has just completed a guide to mastering posing when it comes to portrait modeling

Fundamentals aside, in my work the complexities of a modeling pose have been broken down into 3 distinctive parts with supporting influences taken into consideration.

The reason of this is to package it for ease of understanding, application and eventual mastery =)

The Anatomy Of Any Pose Is As Follows

A) Body - The body is the base of any pose, it provides the foundation for the pose.

B) Facial expression - The face gives emotion to the pose, it provides the soul for the pose

C) Body Language - Hands are an essential part of body language, hand posing provides sophistication and flair to the pose

Fundamentals Aside, The Supporting Influence On Posing Is As Follows

Visualization - You will not be able to pose well if you have no mental image of how your pose will look like. Familiarization on how you look when you do the pose in order to “see it” in your mind.

Experience - Knowing what pose to use in the given situation

Camera Charm - Camera Charm is the single element which distinguishes each and every portrait model to be unique not only by looks, it is the factor which reaches out to the audience of the photograph and grabs them by the collar and make them pay attention.

The fundamentals of posing and each of the points above is elaborated in detail with the aid of illustrations at http://famecherry.com/​models/posing-mastery-v1-0 (external link)

In my effort to better understand the human condition, I have spent the past 12 months gathering raw data in a standardized manner. The creation of this guide is one of the practical applications based on the analytical results from the data that I have collected. Although I would admit that my work is still in its infancy, I hope that my guide would be helpful for you.

Should you have any feedback on my work please let me know, it would mean a lot to me and it will aid countless models and photographers who have an interest in portraiture.

Thank you very much

MALAYSiA PHoTOGRaPHy GROuP (external link)

  
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tushjain
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Jun 18, 2012 02:55 |  #51

Although this composition guide is written for painters, it is largely applicable to photographers as well -
http://photoinf.com …pe_composition_​rules.html (external link)

Also adding a link to my own blog on photography tips, which I am currently writing and expanding -
http://www.twistedtrip​od.com (external link)


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Aug 01, 2012 02:09 |  #52
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Aug 19, 2012 14:22 as a reply to  @ milad93's post |  #53

Looking for tips on focusing your DSLR camera? Here's a new video:

DSLR Camera Focus Tips
http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=x4bQc36r5ek (external link)

I hope you find it helpful.

Phil Steele


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SteeleVisions.com (external link) Personal Photography Site and Blog
BurnMonkey.com (external link) Photos from the Burning Man Festival

  
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ashikuli1
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Sep 06, 2012 14:57 as a reply to  @ photofreak99's post |  #54

Very Nice tutorial. Thanks


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Oct 03, 2012 12:12 |  #55

very good info here, I will be refering back to this for a while




  
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JohnKokWithAdSLR
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Oct 26, 2012 05:56 as a reply to  @ post 5472904 |  #56

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IMAGE LINK: http://famecherry.com/​models/conquest-of-ego/  (external link)

Dear Friends

I have just completed an advanced guide on the relation between ego and performance portrait modelling.

In my guide we talk about the more abstract aspect of modelling dealing with an intrinsic Factor X which may not directly be quantified but it can be shown through some methods of testing.

In conciser words, Factor X is a measure of effective communication to others the information of “WHO YOU ARE” expressed though photo or any other mediums of expression.

Effectively speaking, there are two strategies when it comes to the development of factor X

1 ) Create An Alter Ego ( Quick )

2 ) Self Identification & Acceptance ( Long Term )

The Identification And Conquest Of Alter Ego & True Ego In Performance Modelling is elaborated in detail with the aid of illustrations at (external link) http://famecherry.com/​models/conquest-of-ego/ (external link)

In my effort to better understand the human condition, I have spent 12 months gathering raw data in a standardized scientific manner. The creation of this guide is one of the practical applications based on the analytical results from the data that I have collected. Although I would admit that my work is still in its infancy, I hope that my guide would be helpful for you.

Should you have any feedback on my work please let me know, it would mean a lot to me and it will aid countless models and photographers who have an interest in portraiture.

Thank you very much

MALAYSiA PHoTOGRaPHy GROuP (external link)

  
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RbnDave
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Dec 05, 2012 12:47 |  #57

I have written an extensive series of photography lessons at my blog. The series starts with photography basics and also covers some Photoshop concepts. Further down, you will find essays where I try to articulate various ideas about photography. Here it is: free photography course (external link)


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SaadMasood
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Dec 31, 2012 04:13 |  #58

these are very very useful thanks for sharing


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Dec 31, 2012 20:39 |  #59

Hey, I saw this "Sticky" pop up, and it dawned on me that our RAW Conversion Thread didn't have a link here, so check it out!!!


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Dec 31, 2012 20:47 as a reply to  @ tonylong's post |  #60

Great thread.


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