Morpho
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Technical photography book for a very non-technical person?
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A book I really enjoyed having and reading is Digital Photography by Steve Luck. I came across with it while being on vacation this year. I know that your post is obsolete, but it may help other ...

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Camera vs. Lens
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Since you are totally a beginner I think you may consider buying yourself some books or just make a research for more information about basic photography just for a good start. After gaining some ...

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Post production for beginners
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Why are you looking for books? There are so much tutorials on Youtube..that can visually tutor you It depends what you are actually looking for, but Youtube has amazing collection of videos. For ...

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What's the practical difference in an image taken at focal length of 200mm vs 300mm?
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Are you looking for something like this? Basically the 300mm gets you closer to your subject. The magnification is greater than with a 200mm focal length! Hope that helps somehow!

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How can I get this Digital painting effect in Photoshop?
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I did a research on youtube and I found this video: http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=tWSAc03vPe8. I tried to find the whole video which has about an hour duration, but I did not find it. Maybe you can ...

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Looking for a telephoto zoom lens - Tamron, Canon or Sigma?
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I personally use only Canon lenses, for this reason I can't compare Canon with other brands, like the already mentioned. However, Canon produces very good to excellent zoom lenses. One example of a ...

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What is the name for the type of photography where the subject is close-up?
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From the two photos you shared, I can claim that you are interested in macro photography. Macro gives you the opportunity to take a photo of an object far closer than a close up. There are some ...

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How can I create creative soft light?
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You can use a reflector, an external flash, a softbox on a flash...These are the main less heavy solutions, that can be used. There are a lot of videos and tutorials you can read and watch for any ...

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What can cause dark photos at high shutter speeds?
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Overexposed and underexposed photos are results of not exposing your scenes correctly. When you use high or low shutter speeds, you have to change the aperture and ISO, as well! If you raise up the ...

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What does it mean for light to be soft or hard?
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The hard light produces deep shadows, often not desirable. You can search photos taken during midday. You are likely to see the deep shadows appearing then. Harsh light is bad especially for portraits ...

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I'm getting started in photography and taking a photography class — what camera should I buy?
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I remember when I took my first photography class and I had a bridge camera, Nikon P90. It was not sufficient for me then, because it is a camera with basic things, you can't switch lenses, so you can'...

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Could I get a lens hood that suits 'all' lenses?
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Lens hoods are designed according to the lens design and the lens filter diameter. For example, you can't use the same hood for both Canon 50mm 1.8 and Canon 100mm 1.8, because the first one has ...

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What is the difference between canon 5D mark II and mark III?
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The two main deciding factors are: 61-AF points on mark 3 much better ISO performance in mark 3. You may only want more AF-points for tracking objects, but I believe that even if you do still ...

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Why and when to use a lens hood?
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The lens hood is used for preventing flare from coming in from both sides of the lens. It can also prevent having not well contrasted photos. Every lens has its own hood, depending on lens ...

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