One of the basic rules of composition is the rule of thirds. This is a very basic rule, that is often ignored by amateurs, and can drastically improve your pictures. Here is how this rule works: imagine that you draw lines across your frame to form a tick-tack-toe playing board. (you should end up with nine identical squares). Now the image is divided to thirds, both horizontally and vertically. See the diagram for lines positions.[Read More…]
This article will demonstrate three techniques for increasing contrast in a picture. The tool we are going to use for this is Photoshop.
Ok, so you took a picture and now it look dull and flat, the colors are dead, or it has a milky look to it. You know what it is. The picture lacks contrast.[Read More…]
Zebra photography in the wild
We all know how hard it is to take a picture of zebra in the real, wild life world. One would have to wait for hours and hours to spot a herd of zebras, try to approach slowly and quietly, just to see them zebras fleeing away each time you get close.[Read More…]
A passport picture is just a small picture. at the size of 4.5cmX3.5cm (5cmX5cm American, 5cmX7cm Canadian aan there may be other sizess for different countries.
Going to a photo store to take this picture can be very expensive, and making such set of pictures at home can be cheap and easy.
there are several basic requirements from a passport photo:[Read More…]