Monthly Archives: March 2012

31 Simple Ways To Turn Pictures Into Cash

For several years now jewelry making has become my focus. I usually end up making things out of need. I am sure at one point I needed a necklace to go with an outfit and did not have the right item. So off to my studio to find something and create it. Other times people suggest things to me. They assume I can make it, so i do! Sometimes I just go into my studio and start working with different materials and one idea leads to another and something fabulous comes out of it!

If your shot comes out too dark, increase your aperture (increase your f-stop number). And if your shot is too overexposed, decrease your aperture (lower your f-stop). Aperture will affect your depth of field also. Keep in mind, you don’t have to stick to ISO 100 or 200. Try all different mix match settings and see what works best for you. What i do is use bulb mode, which leaves the shutter open for as long as you want it to be open, in which you hit the shutter button for the second time to close the shutter. On a DSLR, this is usually on the mode dial, marked “B”. I usually set my ISO to 100 or 200, use a remote, hit the shutter button, and wait about ten seconds, then close the shutter. I then look at my shot, and figure out if my shot is too dark, too bright, etc.

That is, to me, a pretty stunning comment. and not a very uplifting one either. Here is a photographer who is generally acknowledged as the premier microstock shooter in the world, and in my opinion is one of the world’s premier stock shooters of any business model, and he is anticipating his profit dipping to a point where it isn’t worth his time to produce! Yikes!

Enjoy a private photo shoot to capture moments between you and your child nursing. Everyone can hang out and Emily from Zollive photography will take us one at a time to do a 10 minute photo shoot. This special bond between you and your child will be captured forever!

Try placing a frame around your shots. Try receiving an unique frame constructed from natural frames inside the shot. This may enhance your photographic composition.

Decide on the type of depth, dimensions and details you want in your photo. Side lights give larger dimensions. Direct light hitting from front points out texture and depth. Lights from the rear help in reducing details. Place the lights according to your desire.

Select a Calgary Boudoir Photographer which you can trust and has produced the kind of photo’s which you’re looking for. That implies searching at his/her portfolio work. try their website and have a very little call in meeting.

You will also need a tripod for this, as having a camera handheld with long shutter speeds will make it near impossible to compose a good looking shot, without everything being blurry. I have done long exposures on rests before, such as a bridge overlook, and it worked well. You just have to make sure the camera has minimal movement during the exposure.