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Monthly Archives: September 2017

fake candid

The art of fake candid shots

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Candid photography is where an image is natural, unposed, and often taken without the subject’s knowledge. In portrait photography, you can create a fake candid shot that gives an impression of naturalism and reality. With fake candid photography, perseverance is…

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overlooked

Looking for the overlooked

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One creative shortcut is to find a subject that most other people wouldn’t think of or wouldn’t think was suitable, worthy, or polite. Art history is full of instances of the establishment deeming what is a fit subject and what…

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cross-process

An easy cross-processing technique

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As digital photography develops, ironically there is an increasing desire for vintage or cross-processed style images. These are images in which colours are shifted slightly, and often appear muted. Traditionally, cross-processing was achieved by using colour transparency chemicals to process…

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On studying photography

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Everyone finds their own way into photography, to the extent that it seems there is no longer a conventional or even an unconventional route. Every photographer needs time and self-nurture to find their own place within photography. Before focusing on…

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How to create your portfolio

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Before you go out seeking work, you’ll need a portfolio. Your portfolio is a carefully edited selection of your work, showcasing the kind of photography in which you specialise, and your unique brand of photography. Some experts insist that a…

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spot colour

Selective colour in your photos

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When you open a print book, the colour images will be made up of four separate colours applied by four separate rollers: cyan, magenta, yellow, and black. Together, just these four colours can produce millions of different colours. Spot colour…

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