• Should you apply filters to nature pictures?

    I take a bunch of pictures of trees and snow and everything with my iPhone (well, the best as I can with an iPhone camera) and I always debate whether or not to add filters (the vivid, vivid warm, etc.). How genuine is a pic after I apply some filters? Should I just do with increasing the light and the colors? Or... show more
    I take a bunch of pictures of trees and snow and everything with my iPhone (well, the best as I can with an iPhone camera) and I always debate whether or not to add filters (the vivid, vivid warm, etc.). How genuine is a pic after I apply some filters? Should I just do with increasing the light and the colors? Or should I leave them natural and untouched?
    13 answers · 3 days ago
  • Will photography be harder if I decide not to go to college?

    Best answer: Possibly. By not going to college you will not obtain a higher level of education which will have a negative impact on your ability to write well. Not having a higher education could also impact your ability to run a business well, which is the main reason self-employed photographers go out of business. Can... show more
    Best answer: Possibly. By not going to college you will not obtain a higher level of education which will have a negative impact on your ability to write well. Not having a higher education could also impact your ability to run a business well, which is the main reason self-employed photographers go out of business.

    Can you do photography without a college degree? Yes. But you do so with the strong risk of not having a fallback plan if photography doesn't work out for you. Going to college specifically for photography is not a good idea unless you're going into fine art or commercial photography. Otherwise just teach yourself or take a few courses at your local community college to get you going and learn the basics. Most photographers didn't study photography in college, but the successful ones did at least go to college. Going to college will enhance your logic and critical thinking. These skills will be invaluable in your daily life and in the workplace.

    So will photography be harder if you don't go to college? Well, maybe not the photography part, but everything that happens before and after you press the shutter will be more difficult with just a High School education.
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • What lens should I rent?

    I’m planning a shoot from a high vantage point with the sunrise in the right third of the photo and city sprawl in the left third. 18-24 mm will do. Looking for good depth of field through the city sprawl and crispness with an apreture of 11-14. I will have only one opportunity to get the shot. Shooting with a... show more
    I’m planning a shoot from a high vantage point with the sunrise in the right third of the photo and city sprawl in the left third. 18-24 mm will do. Looking for good depth of field through the city sprawl and crispness with an apreture of 11-14. I will have only one opportunity to get the shot. Shooting with a Canon T2i. Any lens suggestions? Would I get significantly better results with a better body? I’m not professional.
    5 answers · 19 hours ago
  • Is this how people see you?

    Best answer:   .   People see directly to the image side of a selfie, the flip side over is the mirror opposite, If you have text on shirt or paper in hade, that is how others look at you, when it is backward, then it is not how others see you, it is how you appear in reflection of mirror, Then next issue is the front face... show more
    Best answer:   .
      People see directly to the image side of a selfie, the flip side over is the mirror opposite,

    If you have text on shirt or paper in hade, that is how others look at you, when it is backward, then it is not how others see you, it is how you appear in reflection of mirror,

    Then next issue is the front face forward aspects in depth and peripheral form, we have two eyes, so when we face others, we get a perspective form in dimensions, But the camera only has one eye/lens, so it only captures one viewpoint of self,

    Try taking two photo images side by side about 4or5inches apart of same self, and place together onscreen or print and view cross eyed to get depth of self as others see you from about five ten feet away.
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/pantufla/2...
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    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Any website that can make a poster from any screenshot ?

    I’d like to memorialize an image from a sporting event that’s not one of the more famous periods of the game. Google isn’t helping me thus far
    I’d like to memorialize an image from a sporting event that’s not one of the more famous periods of the game. Google isn’t helping me thus far
    8 answers · 4 days ago
  • Where do I get a cheap passport photo?

    9 answers · 5 days ago
  • Do you like it? It is a photo art concept thing i've been working on?

    Do you like it? It is a photo art concept thing i've been working on?

    Best answer: Blue snow :O where is this place
    Best answer: Blue snow :O where is this place
    7 answers · 5 days ago
  • Do you think my knowledge understanding of photography will greatly increase if I start reading about it most days of the week and make...?

    notes about any new things that I was previously not too familiar with? Also, how do I know when I'm knowledgeable enough to be a professional and get past the amateur stage? To give you some background, I studied photography for 2 years, I have a HND in it...but I would only read about it mostly in lesson... show more
    notes about any new things that I was previously not too familiar with? Also, how do I know when I'm knowledgeable enough to be a professional and get past the amateur stage? To give you some background, I studied photography for 2 years, I have a HND in it...but I would only read about it mostly in lesson and not in much in my spare time...there a things like the relationship between shutter speed, aperture and ISO that I haven;t learnt yet....also things like those detachable camera lenses, why certain lenses are used for what, which cameras they attach to, colour theory, also things like what are the standard post production methods for different types of photography.... At the moment it's a bit difficult for me because sometimes I feel i will never be able to create photographs as professionally and amazing looking as on bill boards and in magazines...do you think reading more and then trying to put my knowledge into practice will eventually give me confidence and happiness so that I will enjoy being a photographer? What would you say are the MAIN AREAS of photography that one must learn in order to be a professional?
    9 answers · 7 days ago
  • Please i need your help with Picture Editing?

    Please i need your help with Picture Editing?

    Good day people, Please i need your knowledge concerning pictures. Attached to post is an image, please i want to know what the shaded part of the image is called because i sometimes see it on images online and can it be remove and how? Thank you very much and God bless
    Good day people, Please i need your knowledge concerning pictures. Attached to post is an image, please i want to know what the shaded part of the image is called because i sometimes see it on images online and can it be remove and how? Thank you very much and God bless
    7 answers · 6 days ago
  • Is there any way to see what your photo is about to look like when taking a self portrait?

    Like say you are alone and what most people do to take self portraits is with a camera stand a timer and stand in front of it. But is there any way you can actually see what you look (before you take the shot) such as on a separate camera phone of what is being shown on the actual camera ?
    Like say you are alone and what most people do to take self portraits is with a camera stand a timer and stand in front of it. But is there any way you can actually see what you look (before you take the shot) such as on a separate camera phone of what is being shown on the actual camera ?
    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • What are some good photography cameras for taking upclose pictures?

    I'm a beginner at photography but I'm looking for something inexpensive that I can take up close pictures with (mainly freshwater and saltwater fish)
    I'm a beginner at photography but I'm looking for something inexpensive that I can take up close pictures with (mainly freshwater and saltwater fish)
    4 answers · 5 days ago
  • Is a polaroid a good camera to use for a beginner photographer?

    I want to begin photography in college, but I'm not sure whether to use a polaroid or a digital (bridge camera) to give myself a boost? I have to create a portfolio, so I'm guessing polaroid would be best?
    I want to begin photography in college, but I'm not sure whether to use a polaroid or a digital (bridge camera) to give myself a boost? I have to create a portfolio, so I'm guessing polaroid would be best?
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Caption this photo ?
what is the meaning of this photo ?

    Caption this photo ? what is the meaning of this photo ?

    Best answer: To understand the meaning of the image, you first have to understand the meaning behind each element. First you have the hand, which is the main element in the image. The hand gesture represents a "V" for victory, but it could also represent peace. In the 60s, the two-finger gesture was considered a way... show more
    Best answer: To understand the meaning of the image, you first have to understand the meaning behind each element.
    First you have the hand, which is the main element in the image. The hand gesture represents a "V" for victory, but it could also represent peace. In the 60s, the two-finger gesture was considered a way of saying "peace, man" to someone.

    The doves, usually with an olive branch, represent peace, too.

    The wedding couple represents two different people, coming together and forming a life-long bond.

    My issue is that the fingers are very masculine while the doves and the idea of marriage is much softer, feminine concept. So there's a bit of a clash of elements to some extent, IMHO.
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • Image Stablelization?

    I m an amateur so was learning about IS. The only time I can think where IS is needed is when you re in a low light situation and your subject is not moving. Is IS even needed outdoor when you re able to up your shutter speed to make up for camera shake?
    I m an amateur so was learning about IS. The only time I can think where IS is needed is when you re in a low light situation and your subject is not moving. Is IS even needed outdoor when you re able to up your shutter speed to make up for camera shake?
    4 answers · 1 week ago