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Archive for the ‘Beginner’s Guide to Photography’ Category

How to Choose The Best Digital Camera for You!

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On January - 7 - 2018
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How to choose the best digital camera for you

Here are a few tutorials and guides from our sites that might be of some assistance in choosing the best camera for you. The following tips will help you get the best deal when choosing a digital camera. Read the rest of this entry »

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The Most Irritating Types of Photographers in Social Media

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On January - 6 - 2018
Annoying Photographer

Annoying Photographer

Photography and social media are two inseparable elements that always go hand in hand. Most of photographers especially beginners will always post their works on Facebook, twitter, instagram and etc. to show them off to people. They expect to get good comments and some feedbacks as well as praises. But there are some of their habits that can annoy us. Here are some types of photographers who got some irritating habits that you may come across on social media: Read the rest of this entry »

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Photography Composition Technique: Framing

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On January - 5 - 2018

Framing and Composition in Photography

Framing and Composition in Photography



One of the ways to achieve a creative photograph is to compose the object in such a way that it’s framed by certain objects in its surrounding. The framing technique is done by doing just that; taking an object in your target’s vicinity to create a frame. Other than creating a stronger point of view, the framing technique can also be used to fill up any empty space around the subject.
The framing technique can be done by using objects such as tree branches, windows, bridges, other people, any anything else you can think of. Framing doesn’t always have to surround the subject, it can be objects located on both sides of the subjects or only on one side, depending on what you feel is right. Read the rest of this entry »

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Tips and Tricks: Birding Photography for Beginner

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On January - 5 - 2018

Birds Photography Tips - Photographs By Bogdan Boev

Birds Photography Tips - Photographs By Bogdan Boev



Here are a few tips and tricks for birding photography enthusiasts, whether it be for photographing pets or wild birds.

1. What you’ll need:
– 300mm or 400mm telephoto lens
– Teleconverters.
Monopod or Tripod
– Camoflauge clothing; such as jacket, pants, and hats.
– Beanbag
Camera Bag
– Mosquito-repellent lotion. Read the rest of this entry »

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Photography Portofolio

Photography Portofolio

What is the first thing to do when you want to find the most recent information? Like looking for price list of a product or inspiration to create unique photo? It is almost infinite that every one of you will look for the answers of those things on internet.
Apart from the fact that they are quicker and easier, we can also access internet wherever and whenever we want through our mobile phone. As a photographer, we need to be able to take advantage of this situation. Make use of this opportunity to show off your pieces of work for your own pleasure or for business means. One of the most obvious ways is to create your own website on photography. These are some reasons why a photographer needs to have his own website. Read the rest of this entry »

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The DSLR in Extremes!

The following are a series of videos from youtube where you’ll be able to obsever DSLR cameras / lens being burned, dropped, doused in water, and even baked in a microwave! Warning, do not watch these vidoes if you are a photography enthusiast who hasn’t had the chance to have your dream DSLR camera or […]


How to Achieve a Levitation Photograph using Adobe Photoshop

Levitation is a currently trending style of photography, one of the pioneers being the Japanese photographer Natsumi Hayashi. The technique is really quite simple. All you need is jump up, and have the photograph taken as the subject is in mid air. Besides the jump style, what must be paid attention to is the expression […]


Download PDF: Digital SLR Photography Guide

DSLRs (and for that matter all digital cameras) are capable of many different options and uses. Learning to use a digital camera is in some ways like learning to use a computer or cell phone or any other electronic device. The user must know which button to press or option to select, where to find […]


Inspiring Story: Rusidah, an Armless Photographer

Seems impossible and improbable for a handicap of the arms region to be a photographer, isn’t it? A woman named Rusidah has defied the odds and became exactly that. Rusidah, an Indonesian woman, seems reluctant to discuss her arms. She was born with the handicap, in that she was born without arms. Now she could […]


These Are the Reasons Why a Photographer Must Have His Own Website on Photography

What is the first thing to do when you want to find the most recent information? Like looking for price list of a product or inspiration to create unique photo? It is almost infinite that every one of you will look for the answers of those things on internet. Apart from the fact that they […]


The Orbs Phenomenon Based on The Theory of Photography

There is a friend of mine who once told me a story “yesterday, I went to an old house which is said to be haunted. Did you know what happened when I was taking a picture in an empty room? There were some mysterious circular lights and I am quite sure that at the moment, […]


DOF Preview Button: What it is and How to Use it

When mounting a lens to a DSLR camera body, then peer into the viewfinder, what you’ll see is the image in the lens’ widest aperture settings. Now what if you want to see the image when using the smallest aperture opening straight from the viewfinder in order to get an accurate image of how the […]