How to Do Silhouette Photography

SILHOUETTE, THE AGE OLD ART Welcome photo ninja, to this not-so-secret guide on how to do silhouette photography. Silhouettes have been around way before photography, and arguably, first found on cave paintings. But I am pretty sure that our caveman ancestors did not call it “silhouette” back then. It is not until 1759 that silhouette was named after the French finance minister Étienne de Silhouette… in a bad way to depict cheaply made portrait outlines. Sorry France, but history is history. Read more on Wikipedia if you want. Today, silhouette is a well known art form…

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How To Do Levitation Photography in 5 Ninja Ways

THE MAGIC OF LEVITATION PHOTOGRAPHY Sadly, human’s cannot fly. Luckily, humans are smart. Welcome to my humble guide on how to do levitation photography, where I will show you guys the magic to make people fly… or at least make it look like so. We shall dive into five methods of doing levitation photography, and only one of them will involve Photoshop. So you purists don’t have to worry too much – this is 80% purist friendly and 4/5 Photoshop free guide. Some sugar added, but no preservatives. Now onto creating your…

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Step-by-Step Guide On How To Do HDR Photography

THE KNOWN BUT UNKNOWN FEATURE? HDR is everywhere these days. You might have seen a “HDR mode” on smartphones and certain cameras, maybe even heard people say “try to use HDR, it is better”. But, just what is HDR!? Why are people using it, but not even knowing what it is? This is the very reason why I wrote this guide – to walk you right through the mysteries of how to do HDR photography. A) DEBUNKING THE MYTH OF HDR Rocket science alert… not really. HDR is the abbreviation for “high dynamic range”. Sounds…

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How to Do Light Trail Photography

LIGHT TRAIL PHOTOGRAPHY IS FASCINATING Welcome to my humble guide on how to do light trail photography. Back when I started photography, light trail is one of the first subjects that fascinated me. To me, traditional photography has always been capturing “a frame of time” in a photograph… Then came along a “mysterious” photo with long silky light streaks. I had my moment of “how is this possible”, “that is an amazing photo”, and I never knew that photography could do something so interesting. I then started to dig around for more information…

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