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70's Inspired Bowling Alley Shoot — EMILY LC Photography

Emily LC Photography | Intimate + adventurous wedding, elopement + boudoir photographer based in Colorado and Upstate New York.

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amateur photography

I consider myself to be a very very amateur photographer, learning as I go & enjoying the process, however the most common emails I get from readers (I love those!) are about my photography. So while I might not know much, I am always happy to share what I got: Today's topic: how to get crisp, clear, bright photos? My equipment: Canon Rebel T2i, 50 mm f/1.4 prime lens, tripod & remote (see this post for more of my remote/tripod photography tips) First off, I do a couple of things while shooting to ensure sharp photos: {1.} spot metering (this post helped for tips on metering mode) {2.} Hold my remote next to my face so that is the most in focus point (my remote has a 2 second delay, so I have a little time to point the remote next to my face & then hide it) {3.} For outfit photography I stick to an aperture of f/1.8-2.8 but I have found that f/2.2 is just about my happy spot. {4.} Because it is just me standing in my alley, by myself, I typically have all the time in the world to get the right shot (just dealing with mosquitos, creepy neighbors, & dogs that need to be walked aside) - it is normal for me to take 50 photos/outfit & only 3-6 make it on the blog.... there are tons of blurry ones that the world just doesn't ever see... but they exist! FYI: I shoot on manual, so I set the ISO (aka light sensitivity), aperture ("f stop") & exposure depending on the day's elements (with white balance set on auto). Figuring out manual settings is a more complex topic than I want to get into in today's post, but I just wanted to show you the settings & what each element means... there are pictures below that this key will be relevant for :) (P.S. you can find this info for each photo by clicking "info" in iPhoto) See how ISO, aperture (f/#) & exposure (read as a fraction of a second, i.e. 1/1000 = 1 thousandth of a second) work with each other in these pictures below: As far as the post-processing photo tips I know, those are few & far between. I use Photoshop (I have an ancient version, CS3) & don't extensively edit my photos but I do do three things to every photo: {1.} lighten it a little bit (using brightness/contrast sliders) {2.} Bump up the sharpening (I follow this tutorial for photo sizing & sharpening... but don't use their suggestion to save as .png files, I prefer .jpg & think they load better) {3.} Resize the image to be exactly the pixel width I want & save it in the highest quality format so I can upload the original, high-res file directly to Blogger (& pick "original size" option every time) Personal tip: Because I know that I have the power to adjust the brightness/contrast of each photo, I prefer to shoot the photos a little darker than I want as it is easier to "fix". The photo on the left was brightened to achieve the look I wanted: While I attempted to darkened the left photo, & the result on the right looks a little unnatural. Finally, the sharpening that I do is very subtle, but an easy fix because I have the whole process automated in photoshop. Can you tell a difference? What photo processing do you use? I would love for this to be an open forum for us to share tips with each other. If you have any burning questions let me know & I will try to include them in a future post! P.S. Enter to win a shop credit to Bella Fusion {here}

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Feminine Collection. Female abstract monochrome illustrations. Poses. Woman silhouettes. Abstract art. Wall art. Figures foe posters. Modern

Abstract Female poses! This collection is about power and beauty. This modern collection includes of 12 illustrations. Create wall art, branding, packaging, posters, social media content and much more! Zip file contains 12 PNG files, 12 SVG files.

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Nombres y Fotos para tus Novelas

Espero que acá puedan encontrar nombres y apellidos para sus personajes y Fotos para sus portadas que les gusten y sirvan 🤗 Si quieren nombres de algún lugar en específico o fotos de algún tipo, pueden dejarme un comentario ❤

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@chessybadar

Watch the best short videos of Chessy Badar (@chessybadar). 853.7K people like this. 15.9K Followers. 201 Following. welcome friends digital diary of my life & fits :P

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