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Creating a Vintage and Lomographic Tone with Toycamera AnalogColor

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On January - 12 - 2021
How to Creating a Vintage and Lomographic Tone

How to Creating a Vintage and Lomographic Tone

One of the things photographers do during post process is to adjust tones and colors to produce the desired overall tone of the photograph. There are no concrete standards to producing a certain photographic tone. It all boils down to taste and preference of the photographer.

One of my and some of my friends’ favorite tone is achieving the vintage and lomographiclook-alike tone. There are plenty of ways to creating the desired vintage tones. I looked for the easiest way by googling blog entries on how-tos and asking tutorials from friends. Until finally I found the photo editing software called Toycamera AnalogColor. Read the rest of this entry »

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Creating the Zooming Effect using “Radial Blur” In Photoshop

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On January - 11 - 2021

zooming effect Photoshop

zooming effect Photoshop



Before, I’ve covered tips and tricks of zooming techniques in photography. Maybe there are those out there that have difficulty making it work. The biggest difficulty is synchronizing the zooming of the lens position with the pushing of the shutter button. Or another difficulty maybe the result turns out too shaky because the shutter speed used was too slow. So what would be a solution? The easiest would of course be by using the magic of Photoshop. The following are steps to creating the zooming effect using the “Radial Blur” feature in photoshop.

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How to Achieve a Levitation Photograph using Adobe Photoshop

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On October - 31 - 2020
Levitation tricks

Levitation tricks

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 on the subject’s face. Here is an easier way to achieve a levitation photograph using the help of Adobe Photoshop, while having your feet on the ground. This photoshop technique is also known as the montage technique.

What you’ll need are: a camera, a tripod, a shutter release controller, a chair, and the Adobe Photoshop software. Read the rest of this entry »

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How to Make a Sunrise look like a Sunset, or Vice Versa

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On August - 10 - 2020
Sunrise look like a Sunset

Sunrise look like a Sunset

Photos of sunrise and sunsets are two photos with distinctly different features. But did you know that the two are different only because of the different light ambiance? Take a look at the two above photos. The one at the top has a yellowish hue, creating a warm sense of dusk. The bottom photo, on the other hand, has a bluish hue of a cold dawn. Read the rest of this entry »

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5 Top Android Photography Apps you should have

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On July - 13 - 2020

5 Top Android Photography Apps

5 Top Android Photography Apps



There are now plenty of apps in the Android market that’s photography-themed. But many are similar to each other and can sometimes do more harm than good to your photographs. Here are the 5 most-recommended must-have photography apps by OneSlidePhotography: Read the rest of this entry »

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Rule of Third

The “Rule of Thirds” one of the first things that budding digital photographers learn about in classes on photography and rightly so as it is the basis for well balanced and interesting shots. The rule of thirds is a compositional rule of thumb in visual arts such as painting, photography and design. The rule states […]


Camera: A History of Photography from Daguerreotype to Digital

Cameras, and what they capture, forever changed our perception of the world, and of ourselves. Few inventions have had the impact of this ingenious, elegant, and deceptively simple device. This gorgeous cornerstone volume, created in collaboration with the world-famous George Eastman House, celebrates the camera and the art of the photograph. It spans almost two […]


FAQ and General Facts about DSLR Lens Hoods

FAQ and General Facts about DSLR Lens Hoods 1. What is the purpose of a lens hood and what the extent in difference of the outcomes between the use and non-use of it? 2. When and in what situations should the lens hood be used? 3. Is there a significant difference in results when using […]


Wedding Photography From a Professional Photographer’s Point of View

Below is a behind-the-scenes video depicting the work process of a wedding photographer named Jaroslav Repta. He mounted a GoPro camera on his DSLR using a custom-made bracket. The result is a video where we’re able to see, in first person, the inner workings of what it takes to work as a wedding photographer. Through […]


The Most Irritating Types of Photographers in Social Media

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 […]


Download Photography Software: HotPixel Adobe Photoshop Plug-in

HotPixel is an Adobe Photoshop© compatible filter/plugin designed to remove “hot pixel” noise from digital images. “Hot pixel” noise often occurs when taking a photograph with a consumer digital camera using a long exposure in low light situations. It appears as coloured dots of around one pixel in size.


Are RAW Files Important in Digital Photography?

Many modern cameras feature the RAW file format. This feature may be one of the pivotal reasons why you’ve bought that specific camera, or you may be one of those who never use this feature. For professionals, photographing using RAW is a must. But for beginners, is this feature really that important? The short answer […]