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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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Photography Beginners’ Frequently Asked Questions

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On April - 14 - 2021

Amateur Photographer FAQ

Amateur Photographer FAQ



As a photographer, especially as a beginner, you’ve most likely encountered the following questions. Or maybe even you yourself still ask these questions, and they still go unanswered.

1. What’s the best camera brand?
2. Which camera best suits for amateur?
3. How long does it take to master photography when you’re starting from zero?

Answers:

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How to Find Out the Shutter Count on a Canon Camera

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On April - 12 - 2021

How to Find Out the Shutter Count on a Canon

How to Find Out the Shutter Count on a Canon



Shutter Count is the threshold of how long a camera can be used (how many times the shutter can be triggered). Each type of camera usually have different shutter count limits. For instance, a pro-series camera an average of 500K shutter counts. Entry levels has an average of 300K. Read the rest of this entry »

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Tips for Underwater Photography

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On April - 10 - 2021

Underwater Photography

Underwater Photography



Snorkeling and deep-sea diving has become more and more popular and most anyone can now participate in this sport, especially for those living besides coastal lines, islands, or those vacationing to places like these. With the rapid advancement of digital camera technology, underwater photography can be a new hobby for those diving enthusiasts.

Here are 10 tips to get you started on your underwater photography.

1. Prepare the adequate equipment and underwater case.
Double check all your equipments on the boat before diving in to make sure everything functions normally. Especially check and make sure that the batteries are full. If you’re using an underwater case for your camera, make sure the casing is airtight with no signs of rips or holes.

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9 Tips and Tricks to Master The Art of Photography

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On April - 9 - 2021
How to be  a pro photographer

How to be a pro photographer

Learning photography is very exciting but for you who are still very new to this world may get little bit confused of where to start and how to master the art of it. Do not worry because we have 9 tricks and tips to share here.

1. Learning photography first and then you will hardly waste your time.
To learn photography should be started with learning its theory before taking it into practice. Though it tends to be displeasing and boring for some people, but this way will certainly make the process quicker and also improve the quality of our photos.
The main advantage of mastering the theory is we can create images we like and we can expect to produce the same results anytime we want. There are so many ways of learning it. You may read books, watching videos or attending courses. Read the rest of this entry »

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