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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Photography Site! These are the top ten articles that your Photography Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. Holga Toy Camera
Interested in checking out the film photography world? Give the cheap and quirky Holga Toy Camera a chance to show you it's charm.
2. Depth of Field and Aperture Priority
Creative blur or sharp as a tack. You can achieve the depth of field you want with the aperture priority setting.
3. Improve Your iPhone Photography
An iPhone can be a great substitution for a regular camera when you are kicking yourself for not having your camera with you. With all of the photo editing and sharing apps out there, you can snap your picture, make a few edits, and upload it to your favorite sharing site in just a few minutes!
4. Everyday Photo Inspiration - 365
Find inspiration and challenge yourself with a 365 day photo challenge. Very simply, you commit to taking and sharing at least one photo every day for a full year.
5. Motion Blur with Shutter Priority
Youíve seen the pictures: the water looks like cotton candy and there is a gentle mist lying on the rocks. Capturing soft flowing water or motion blur is easy in shutter priority or manual mode. With a neutral density filter or two, a tripod, a cable release and a manual camera you can create bea
6. White Balancing
Colors look different in different types of light. Our eyes automatically adjust to make up for these differences, but a camera must be adjusted to help make up for these differences. In order to capture the correct mood in a photograph, you need to learn how white balancing affects your photos.
7. Point and Shoot Tips
The advantage of using a point and shoot camera is that they are small. You can carry it with you and never miss that photograph again. Great photography takes practice, and you canít practice if you donít have a camera with you! Great tips for getting the most out of your point and shoot camera.
8. Basic Camera Care
Camera care isnít expensive or time consuming. Following these simple tips will keep your camera in great shape, allowing you to spend more on accessories rather than replacing your camera.
9. Avoiding Red Eyes in Your Photographs
Here are several tips for preventing red eyes in your photographs, and instructions for fixing it in photos you already have.
10. Where Is That Photo?
This article talks about the different ways of keeping your digital photographs organized so that you can find that important photo years from now.
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