Napioa - Wind Origins

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I use the online platform http://www.lynda.com. Try the 14 day trial and explore the different photography courses that offers. Additionally, you can find plenty of books on Amazon. There is a great series called "From snapshots to great shots". You will learn a lot and also get some inspiration from the photographs in the books. All of them have also small ...


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How to improve my product photo shoot to look like Apple's Mac Pro product site? I think there are two important things to keep in mind: The main idea with low-key photography is that you want to underexpose the background so much that the camera reads it as black. It doesn't even matter if the background is black or gray or some other color -- if ...


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Including a white balance card in a test picture of the rug should help greatly (card in same light as the rug). Then you simply click the white balance tool on that card to remove any color cast from the lighting. Apply this correction to all session pictures (in same lighting). This of course assumes all of your lighting is of the same type, no mixed ...


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Using a color reference card, like an X-Rite Color Checker, may be something to add to the workflow if it's not already being used. Having a reference against which you can correct the color values helps with getting the color consistent and accurate, vs. correction via eyeballing. Creating camera profiles with the reference card is also very useful, ...


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It's probable that the example bracelet is sitting on a light table, being lit from underneath. This makes things a little simpler since you have no shadows, and the light source won't be bouncing off the top of the bracelet. You can use white, black, or colored cards to create whatever reflection pattern you want without worrying about creating shadows. You ...



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