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Details on Zoom, Adjustments, and Post Processing

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Building your own presets and actions will save you loads of time! One of the biggest time savers I’ve ever done for myself was to learn how to create custom actions in Photoshop and then run batch actions.  I do this for all types of jobs, whether it’s for resizing and watermarking or for large b&w conversions.  Obviously this works with free or bought actions too, but building your own can incorporate those actions too. Creating images from the shooting perspective only is a bit tunnel-visioned. Once you free yourself from the metaphorical shackles of preserving some idea of ‘reality’, then you will open your mind to the creative possibilities of processing your photos. Not only that, but you will understand that you are the one in control of how real the photo looks, or how unreal. Your confidence will grow, and that will be reflected in your future work. Don't neglect to read the fun manual! The manual, help file and tutorials built into software are usually a bit dry but contain a wealth of knowledge on how each and every part of the software works.  Without this knowledge you can’t expect to be efficient with it.

These are all valid challenges and arguments the modern photographer has to live with today. Its well worth doing additional reading when doing digital photography. Again when starting with photography, my advice is to ignore all these popular forum and magazine created problems until you more comfortable using your camera. For example people are spending a lot of time to discuss the dynamic range of different cameras. Typically SLR cameras differ between 8,7 and 11,3 stops in terms of dynamic range. The human eye can cope with as much as 16 stops and a really bright summer day can go as high as 20 stops. That means each and every camera has a limitation and in relation to a real life situation, the differences between cameras are small. Therefor if I read somebody complaining about a camera not having a good dynamic range and that he or she looses images base on dynamic range then all it tells me, this person are on the wrong track and the chances are he or she will never learn the correct techniques to optimize dynamic range. Its like with all things in life, if you focus on the negative then you miss the opportunity to see the situation in the correct perspective. To improve your photography through a simple adjustment of your perspective, I want you to sit back and observe your surroundings. Don’t do anything at all. Do not pick up your camera. Do not pass GO. Do not set anything up. For the next fifteen minutes, your job is to notice everything going on around you. Take some time and pay attention to the light. Watch your subject in action (or not in action at all if you’re doing still life or landscapes). Simply allow the ideas to flow to you.

Using shutter zoom is a fun technique to try or any composition where you want to enthuse dram or action. For this to work you’ll need a DSLR or hybrid camera with a zoom lens. First of all set your ISO as low as possible and dial in a small aperture of around f22 for a longer exposure. Isolate a subject – for example a willing model, a beautiful blooming flower, an insect, etc and focus on and meter from this. Next compose so the subject is positioned in the centre of your frame. We human beings are basically unable to know the depth of an object until we get up close to it. When you use a telephoto lens, you aren’t actually getting close to your subject. You’re just magnifying the horizon. Some photographers use the telephoto effect for creative purposes. Cityscapes, when taken with a telephoto lens, have an added element of spookiness and conformity. There are plenty of ways to use this flattening effect for your new idea.

Zooming in with the best adjustments are made possible when you know fully all that your camera has to offer when it comes to photography! See how your camera compares to the Nikon D4 or other Nikon camera models(see nikon p500 review), so that you know you are using the best equipment available.

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