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Wednesday, 29 April 2015

If you love food, colors, and neatly organized things, you’re going to love these photographs by Seattle-based photographer Brittany Wright. Her images often feature a large number of fruits, vegetables, and foods that are carefully arranged according to color and/or size.

“I’m working on my life goal of teaching myself how to cook everything and anything. I enjoy the science behind cooking and experimenting with flavors,” Wright writes. “I see food as an art, and an opportunity to do something creative.”

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Thursday, 23 April 2015

Here’s a helpful little infographic that has been floating around the Web. It’s a simple look at how the “exposure triangle” — aperture, shutter speed, and ISO — affect the outcome of photographs. It’s not a complete picture, of course (for example, it doesn’t say why you’d ever choose a higher ISO versus a lower one), but it could be a nice illustrated reference for those just starting out in photography.

The image was made by Daniel Peters of Photoblog Hamburg, where you can download a printable PDF of it.

(via New Mobile Life via Lifehack)

Original Post from : http://petapixel.com/2015/04/22/this-picture-shows-how-aperture-shutter-speed-and-iso-affect-your-photos/

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Thursday, 16 April 2015

Hand-held macro photography presents a lot of challenges, but three of the most prevalent are: subject movement, camera shake, and harsh shadows. Fortunately, you don’t have to carry around a bunch of gear to solve these issues. In fact, a cheap plastic cup will do the trick all by itself!
In a fantastic tip shared over on Lynda, photographer Joseph Linaschke explains how a cheap, frosted plastic cup solved each of these three issues for him.
First, the setup. You’ll need some plastic cups, scissors, your camera, and (optional) some gaffer’s tape:
Once you have all that, just cut a hold in the bottom of the cup that is big enough to just barely fit over your lens. If you do a good job, says Linaschke, it’ll snap right now!
He chose to use some gaffer’s tape because the cup cracked after repeatedly snapping it onto and off of his Panasonic LUMIX 45mm f/2.8 lens, but it’s up to you whether or not you want to copy him there.
Once it’s attached, you can get to shooting. Just set the cup over your subject and snap away — all three of your problems are solved. If the subject is moving, they’re now trapped; if you’re shaking, you now have an extra point of stabilization without lugging around a tripod; and the clear cup acts as a diffuser that softens any harsh light:

Here are a few samples:
Linaschke does point out that your lens size could be a limitation. The larger the lens, the larger the cup you need, and you may need to stack cups for some added distance. But any challenges you run across should be easily overcome with a bit of ingenuity.
To read the more detailed step-by-step tutorial for yourself, head over to Lynda by following the link below. And if you want more macro photography tips and tricks, check out Linaschke’s “Photography 101: Macro and Close-up Photography” video.

Original From : http://petapixel.com/2014/09/26/pro-tip-noticeably-improve-macro-photography-cheap-plastic-cup/

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Wednesday, 8 April 2015

The Avantree TR100 Keychain Sync & Charge Cable-Micro USB (AVAN-332-TR100) , are the Macro usb and Iphone Model available , this design are special for travel into the pocket mobile charger cable  .


Avantree Handisync Micro -- keychain sync charge cable can attach to your key chain to always make sure you have a cable to sync your HTC, Blackberry, Samsung new model  phones where ever you maybe.

Featured keychain loop design, always attach to your key chain.
Easy to use, conveniently sync or charge your micro usb devices via your PC.
Compact and smart size: Only 48*38*11mm.
Fast data transfer and charge feature.
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Warranty : One Years

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So I recently had this crazy idea in my head and some free time. The idea was to have myself falling over in the kitchen with tea and biscuits flying everywhere. Here’s a walkthrough showing how I created the image with carefully shot photos and Photoshop.

Firstly I photographed our kitchen using a 10mm fisheye:

Mimicking the light coming through the window I setup a single flash with a 32” shoot through umbrella in the front room. To capture myself mid-air was loads of fun! Jumping onto a huge beanbag, I had a helpful hand from my other half who luckily works from home. We took a handful of shots of me diving onto the beanbag in our living room.

To capture the plate and biscuits was simple enough. Just hand help the plate in position and stuck a hair grip in the creamy bit of the biscuits and took a load of shots of those.

Moving into the bathroom, I photographed the mug of tea in the same way as everything else. One light. Tipping it into the bath and capturing some movement:

With all shots captured we move into Photoshop. It was a matter of cutting all the bit’s out and placing them in the picture.

I wanted the image to have that arty look so I used dodge and burn to exaggerate the contrast and also inverted high pass technique to cleanup the skin. This technique I feel looks fake but that’s what I was going for.

Here are some detail crops that offer a closer look at the final image:

Here’s the final shot (you can see it in high-res here):

It was a fun but different take on a selfie. I encourage you to try it!

Original News from : http://petapixel.com/2015/03/18/how-i-created-a-shot-of-myself-falling-in-the-kitchen-with-food-flying-everywhere/

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