Jul
04
2012
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Orange Lily on Black Background

Zero Photoshop!
It’s an original capture without any Photoshop changes. In order to create such photo (with black background),
all you need is to find a right angle with shadow behind the object. Once you will focus on the object, your camera
will calculate the proper exposure for the object and all darken areas will become black.
If you would like to calculate the exposure on your subject only, please switch to spot metering mode. With this mode,
all darken areas will be even more black.
You should try it!

Orange Lily on Black Background

Orange Lily on Black Background

Jun
30
2011
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Neutral Density Filter Example

This photo was taken by my kid from the rare seat of the car. The windows are tinted, so you can see the deference between open and tinted part of the sky. This is exactly how neutral density or graduated neutral density filter works.

Neutral Density Filter Example

Neutral Density Filter Example

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Mar
17
2011
0

Example of Backlight Photography

There are few kinds of light in photography. The primary lighting conditions are: the frontlight (the light that hits straight on the front of your subject / hits your back), the sidelight (the light that hits the subject from side) and backlight (the source of light hits the back of the subject / hits the front of the photographer).

The backlight is the most difficult to photograph with. But it is often produces stunning photos.

In this post I want to show you the example of backlight exposure. I took this picture with flash on, because I didn’t want the flower to be underexposed.

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Light behind the flower

Light behind the flower

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