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Posted by on Jun 24, 2013 in PHOTO TIPS

Photographic Tips and techniques

Photographic Tips and techniques

Tips and techniques in photography can be important, but what is even more important than that, is the message behind the picture.  A Photographer is like a miner and sometimes the reward for a miner’s hard work and effort can be gold. But for the photographer, that gold is a perfect shot. To achieve it, first of all you need to understand what it is that you want to capture. Equally important is to know your gear well enough to use it without thinking. There is lots of tutorial links in the internet world – here are some of our favourites: Hints & Tips for Composing a Perfect Photo http://photo.tutsplus.com/articles/composition-articles/hints-tips-for-composing-a-perfect-photo/ A point of view tutorial http://photography.nationalgeographic.co.uk/photography/photo-tips/creative-point-of-views-richardson/ Photographing people and pets (and many more similar tutorials on the bottom of the page ) http://photography.nationalgeographic.co.uk/photography/photo-tips/people-pets-photos/#/sisters-jumping-california_40420_600x450.jpg Top tips for great pictures _ where do you start? 1. Look your subject in the eye Direct eye contact can be as engaging in a picture as it is in real life. When taking a...

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Posted by on Apr 29, 2013 in ARTICLES

London Images: London History In Video

London Images: London History In Video

  At Photographer London we love everything about our city, especially when we learn something new about the place we call home.  We also love our London images served up in multimedia format, including video. In the following videos focusing on the history of London you can discover how the metropolis has been shaped by disease and specifically cholera as well as pick up all kinds of esoteric information on the area known as the City of London. In the first of our two videos, one of the TED London salon talks, author Steven Johnson takes us on a “10-minute tour of The Ghost Map, his book about a cholera outbreak in 1854 London and the impact it had on science, cities and modern society.” Here’s what some people thought of his lecture along with more links to historical and contemporary facts about London: “A very informative and inspirational story about disease, science & urbanism, but it is one that also has a deep impact on human growth. Its...

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