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Funny “Nikon Girl” Video from Photographer Joey Lawrence

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On August - 21 - 2014ADD COMMENTS
Nikon Girl Video

Nikon Girl Video

Hilarious “Nikon Girl” Video Parody from Photographer Joey L.Famous photographer Joey L has created a very cute video called “Nikon Girl” and if you’ve got a couple of minutes, it’ll put a smile on your face. Read the rest of this entry »

Fine Art Photography: Tips for Photographing a Leaf

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Tips for Photographing a Leaf

Tips for Photographing a Leaf


Photography can indeed become a hobby that can be done anywhere and at any time. From grandiose landscape photography to the most trivial of objects, photography can be made artistic by its photographer. With the right techniques, accurate lighting, and high artistic taste, a mere leaf can make for an interesting photograph. Here are a few tips and tricks to creating an extraordinary leaf photograph: Read the rest of this entry »

Best DSLR Lens : 50mm Lens Is The Must Have Lens In Your Camera Bag

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Best DSLR Lens - 50mm Lens

Best DSLR Lens - 50mm Lens

Focal length of 50mm is popular because the field of view that’s in focus is approximately what you see in the real world. There is no distortion of space like in ultra wide angle lens, and it is not compressed like telephoto lens.Therefore, focal length of 50mm is also an honest lens. Because it does not distort the reality. Read the rest of this entry »

Tutorial: Creating a Panorama Photo using Adobe Photoshop

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Panorama Photography

Panorama Photography



Landscape photography are usually accomplished using a wide angle lens. But what if all you have is a telephoto lens but you want to capture a wide landscape shot?
No worries, this tutorial will show you how to create a landscape photo using Adobe Photoshop CS6. The main point is to compile a number of photos into one panoramic photograph. With these steps you’ll be able to create an extra wide panorama even though you captured your photographs using a telephoto lens (in the following example, the photos were taken using a 105 mm Nikkor lens).

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DEP and A-DEP Modes Explanation on DSLR

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DEP and A-DEP Modes Explanation on DSLR - A DEP Dial on DSLR

DEP and A-DEP Modes Explanation on DSLR - A DEP Dial on DSLR


Difference between DEP (AV, A on some camera’s) and A-DEP modes

Depending on the brand of your digital camera, you may have noticed 2 similar yet different modes on the dial, called DEP and A-DEP. DEP may also be sybolised by the letters AV (Canon) or A (Nikon). This clever A-DEP function allows the Canon camera to pick an F-stop that will render all subjects covered by the AF points in focus, and it will also set the appropriate shutter speed.

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