Photo Techniques For Viewing And More

Photography is not hard. It may seem hard for a beginner. In this articles are easy to follow photo techniques you can start using right now. This is an easy technique to take better shots. Be sure to practice as much as possible and experiment with different ideas and techniques as well.
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Canon EOS R mirrorless camera

The wait is over! Canon users have long been clamoring for a full-frame mirrorless camera from the brand, and today we finally get our first look at the EOS R—Canon’s first full-frame mirrorless camera and lens system.

Canon has officially debuted their new EOS R mirrorless camera, which boasts a 30.3MP full-frame sensor and the brand’s DIGIC 8 image processor. But more importantly, it features Canon’s new “game-changing” RF lens mount.

The EOS R Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera

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As Canon’s first full-frame offering in the mirrorless market, the EOS R ($2299) packs many of the most desirable features and advanced technologies that users have come to expect from mirrorless cameras—plus so much more. Aside from stunning image quality, it offers 4K video shooting, unparalleled low-light performance, and a high-speed autofocus system.

Geared toward photographers and videographers who require a high-performance imaging tool, the EOS R features a 35mm full-frame CMOS sensor (with approximately 30.3 megapixels) and the powerful DIGIC 8 image processor to capture incredible imagery with the finest details. It’s designed to perform superbly even under the most difficult lighting conditions, thanks to its ISO range of 100–40000 (100–25600 for regular video and 100–12800 for 4K) and integrated Image Stabilization.

The Dual-Pixel CMOS AF ensures ultra-fast and accurate autofocus, with a focus area of 88 percent by 100 percent and a whopping 5,655 AF points that you can manually select. Users can enjoy a focusing speed of 0.05, impressive low-light AF performance, a range of selectable AF modes, and exciting focus selection capabilities such as Touch and Drag AF, which allows the user to drag their finger on the LCD screen to select a focus point without taking their eye off the EVF.

For manual focusing, the EOS R also features Focus Peaking and Dual Pixel Focus Guide.

Other features include the 0.5-inch 3.69 million-dot OLED electronic viewfinder, a large 3.15-inch fully articulated touchscreen, a new Multi-Function bar, and the new RF lens mount.

New RF Mount

The main innovation that ties the EOS R system together is the new RF lens mount. While it retains the large 54mm diameter of the EF mount, it features a new design that allows for a much shorter distance between the rear lens element and the sensor. This helps ensure better optical performance due to the reduced refraction and light bending, resulting in high-resolution results with superb fidelity, sharpness, and clarity. Finally, the new mount has a 12-pin connection to enable high-speed communication between the camera and lens—a feature that contributes to the EOS R being a highly efficient and powerful imaging system.

Canon is also releasing mount adapters to allow the use of EF/EF-S lenses with the EOS R mirrorless camera.

EOS R RF Lenses

The EOS R System launches with four new lense

All lenses allow for precise adjustment directly on the lens itself. This is thanks to innovative features such as the new dedicated control ring for quick exposure adjustments through the EVF, as well as dials for manual focus and zooming (in variable focal length lenses).

Canon is also launching three mount adapters for use with EF and EF-S lenses:

Photograph Anything You Want

I wanted to write you this letter on how to liberate yourself in photography— by photographing what interests you rather than what you think other people will be interested. It means to make your photography more personal, and to make your photos a reflection of who you are as an individual. Remember; photos are always self-portraits of yourself, not of your subjects.

Often time, a lot of photographers ask me, “Eric— I don’t have any ideas for photo projects— how do I come up with good ideas?” I also get asked by photographers regarding advice for finding your own style in photography.

However at the end of the day, the simplest advice I would give is: “Photograph anything you want.”

Don’t fear criticism

There is always a fear that our work won’t be appreciated by others. As human beings, we fear criticism more than we value praise. Personally I know that for every 99 comments I get that are positive, 1 negative comment can put me into a sad mood.

I used to spend a lot of time asking other photographers what they thought about my work. I would also ask other photographers their feedback on some of my project ideas (whether they were “interesting” or not).

However the problem was that I would abdicate my own personal vision in the hands of others.

Not only that, but a phrase I have picked up is, “all advice is autobiographical.” Therefore the advice you get from any other photographer is based on the life history of the other person— not of yourself.

Only you have the answers; nobody else.

Follow your heart

Never take photos of what you think others would find “interesting.” Only take photos of what you find interesting.

Perhaps you might really be into taking photos of fire hydrants, buildings, or street signs. This might not be “interesting” to anybody else; but who cares? Isn’t the point of your photography to bring you personal satisfaction and happiness?

Let’s do an opposite thought experiment: imagine if you made a photo project or image that everyone else thought was incredible (but you didn’t). Let’s say you ended up winning tons of awards, got tons of money, and fame— but would you really be proud of your own photography?

Take risks

To be original in your work is to take risks. And if you truly want to be original in your work; you cannot ask other people for their opinion.

Why? If your idea is truly original— nobody will think your idea is good. When the founders of AirBnb first pitched their ideas to investors (rent your bedroom to complete strangers) — the founders were seen as crazy. A few years later, and boom— AirBnb is a multi-billion dollar company. The same goes with ride-sharing apps (could you imagine stepping into a stranger’s car 10 years ago and asking them to take you somewhere—without being worried of being kidnapped or killed?)

In the history of photography; the truly great photographers are the ones who followed their own personal vision and only photographed what they were personally interested in.

Josef Koudelka is famous for never taking on commercial assignments, and only photographing what interested him. Bruce Davidson admitted that once he started to take on commercial work — he started to lose his passion and enthusiasm for photography (because he wasn’t making photos that were true to himself).

There is a quote, “All progress belongs to the unreasonable man.” Therefore know that in trying to push your own artistic vision forward; you need to be a bit unreasonable.

In my personal opinion, I think it is better for you to craft your own lifestyle, live life to your own standards, and let the world conform to you (rather than trying to conform to the world).

The world is full of generic people, with generic lifestyles, generic jobs, and make generic photos. You are unique as an individual— why stick to the safe path, and create generic work which isn’t personally fulfilling to you? I know it might be scary; but assert your own individuality and creativity. Do what feels right to you(regardless of what others may say).

The only person to listen to

So going back to the beginning of this letter— how do you take photos that only interests you?

My suggestion: listen to your heart. Don’t feel “forced” to take photos you don’t want to. Only take photos when your heart feels compelled.

I used to believe that you had to take photos every single day— but that opinion of mine has changed. I feel it just depends on who you are as a person (some people thrive when they practice everyday; others thrive when they don’t practice something everyday).

I feel that the point of life, photography, and anything creative is to figure out who youare as an individual. “Know thyself” is the best advice I’ve gotten (that has lasted thousands of years). Nobody has the answers for you; but we do have a few guides (philosophers, master photographers, mentors) who can help point out a certain path to discover the truth for ourselves.

Be happy

If you love to photograph flowers? Go ahead and photograph them and don’t worry if your photos are going to be “boring” or “cliche.” If you love to shoot street portraits (and other street photographers tell you that isn’t “real” street photography— just take the photos anyways). Don’t put labels on your photography, and you will be truly free to do whatever you want.

What I’ve also found is that by uploading fewer photos to social media— I feel more freedom. It helps me focus on making photos that bring me personal satisfaction — and not worrying too much about what brings others satisfaction.

And what I have also discovered is that the happier you make yourself with your own photos, the more original, idiosyncratic, and personally-meaningful your work will be. And the more you please yourself in your own photos, then the more you will please your audience.

So go forth, and photograph anything you want— and don’t let anybody hold you back (not even yourself).


July 5, 2016 @ 4:26pm — LAX Airport


9 tips for better wildlife photography

1. Learn to be a morning person! 
Early morning light, a half hour before the sun comes up, can make an ordinary image, extraordinary. The end of the day can provide warm light as well.

14 tips fotografi portrait yang tidak ingin anda lupakan

Tips membuat potret fotografi dari tombol sederhana pada pengaturan kamera Anda untuk mendapatkan foto anak-anak terliat diam.

Meskipun banyak fotografer upgrade ke DSLR yang layak untuk memberi mereka lebih banyak kendali ketika mereka mengambil potret keluarga atau foto teman-teman, mendapatkan gambar besar dari orang-orang selalu tantangan.

Perbedaan antara potret amatir dan profesional sangat luas. Jadi kami telah menyusun daftar ini dari 14 yang tips fotografi potret bagi setiap fotografer.

Kami akan mulai dengan dasar-dasar pada aperture, shutter speed dan pilihan lensa, kemudian beralih ke fokus dan teknik komposisi foto, sebelum menunjukkan kepada Anda bagaimana menggunakan cahaya alami dan reflektor untuk secara dramatis meningkatkan hasil Anda.

Kami kemudian akan membahas beberapa tips fotografi potret yang lebih maju, seperti manfaat menggunakan flashguns dan aksesoris lainnya saat pengambilan gambar potret.

8 Tips untuk fotografer dengan menggunakan kamera apapun

8 tips tentang cara untuk mengambil dan membuat gambar yang lebih baik. Untuk membuktikan bahwa ini tidak ada hubungannya dengan berapa banyak lensa yang Anda miliki, semua tips ini dapat diterapkan untuk kamera apapun, dan semua contoh gambar ditembak dan diedit hanya menggunakan ponsel saya.

Tips 1: Ajarkan diri Anda untuk mengenali cahaya yang baik

Saya menempatkan ini di depan karena saya tidak bisa menekankan cukup, dan itu sesuatu yang bisa berlatih setiap menit sepanjang hari, dengan atau tanpa kamera. Fotografi berarti, 'menulis (grafik) dengan cahaya (foto)'. Kamera Anda memiliki hanya cahaya kotak bukti yang menangkap cahaya yang masuk. Ada yang mewah, beberapa sederhana, tapi ini selalu esensi.

Ujung terbesar saya dapat memberikan Anda adalah 'belajar untuk mengenali dan menghargai cahaya yang baik', maka menangkap itu menjadi bagian yang mudah. Adalah cahaya yang masuk melalui pohon-pohon dengan cara yang indah? Apa warna cahaya? Apakah memantul dari permukaan reflektif dan melakukan sesuatu yang menarik? Apakah menciptakan bayangan yang unik? Jika Anda dapat belajar untuk melihat cahaya yang baik Anda sudah setengah jalan untuk menjadi seorang fotografer yang baik.