Photography Links for June 27 2010

  • The Three Main Challenges of Zoo Photography (and How to Overcome Them) | Light Stalking

    Quote: For a lot of us, a trip to the zoo is going to be one of our few chances in life to photograph some fairly exotic animals from up close. The unfortunate thing is that a Zoo actually presents a fairly challenging shooting environment. Now we have covered zoo photography before, so let’s concentrate on the main challenges and delve a little deeper into what they are and how you can overcome them.

  • Complete Workflow, Storage & BackUp for Photography + Video | Chase Jarvis Blog

    Quote: This may well be the most important behind-the-scenes video we’ve made to date. Not because it’s fancy or sexy, but because it covers arguably the most essential information on a set of topics that every photo and video person should understand: workflow, storage and backup of your precious images. This video covers all the ins and outs, the theory and the details of our complete photo and video workflow from capture to archive and everything in between. So whether you’re a seasoned pro, an aspiring amateur, or just starting out in photography or video we’ve worked hard to make this worth your time.

  • How to Capture Really Sharp Photos – PictureCorrect

    Quote: One of the most frustrating experiences for a photographer is to get home from a photo trip with some great images only to find that some of the images are not sharp. To help solve this problem, this article covers seven things that a photographer can do to create really sharp images.

  • Perfect Exposure Every Time: A Guide to Metering in the Viewfinder | Phototuts+

    Quote: You’d be surprised how much information is available through your camera’s viewfinder. In today’s tutorial, we’re looking again at one of the most important elements of photography – exposure – and how you can expose a perfect photo using just the information shown in your camera viewfinder!

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