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Exposure    Exposure
   Probably most photographers will agree that controlling the exposure is one of the most important and hardest parts in making a quality image. However, modern cameras with through-the-lens metering and matrix metering and several auto-exposure modes in addition make getting perfect exposures as easy as it never has been before. However, sometimes specific lighting conditions can fool the meter of the camera, or the operator can make a mistake which will lead to a poor exposure...
Family Portraits    Family Portraits
   Making family portraits can be a very exciting thing to do. And of course, they are probably most sentimental and memorable pictures. However, on holidays or family get-togethers as soon as you get the camera out, everyone starts to look unhappy and tries to escape the scene. But don't worry; a few simple photo tips will help you to get a perfect picture of your family without having any painful experience and enjoy warm memories afterwards...
How to Join an Agency    How to Join an Agency
   What can be better than making money off your favorite activity? Photography business is great and one of the best choices for a creative person, there's no doubt in that. However, before you quit your current job you need to look realistically at it, and fairly evaluate your abilities and talent. The first thing that matters in terms of your reward is what you actually shoot or is planning to shoot...
Few Tips on Image Playback    Few Tips on Image Playback
   Ability to see the picture immediately after the shutter button has been pressed is probably one of the major advantages of digital cameras. If you're not satisfied with the quality of a picture you can reshoot if necessary or you can delete some unwanted pictures in order to free up some space for new images. Some cameras have the "instant preview" feature which is a programmable amount of time that holds the shot on the LCD screen for a short period of time, usually anywhere from 2 to 10 seconds. Others may require you to press the monitor display or to switch to playback mode to review previous images...
Climbing the Mountain of Success    Climbing the Mountain of Success
   Undoubtedly, every photographer wants to be successful, there's no question in that. But what the word "success" actually means for a photographer? Well, let's imagine that success is like climbing a mountain. The higher the peak is, the more effort you need to contribute to reach it. But the higher you get, the more successful you can be...
   ZERO-GRAVITY project
   Learn about NASA's Imaging and Photographic Technology ZERO-GRAVITY project  
Students fly on NASA's Vomit Comet!

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