Photography podcast #50 recaps many of the photography tips talked about in the past 49 photography podcasts. Here are some quick tips talked about in this podcast chosen from previous photo podcasts; Watching the background — depth of field — fill flash — exposure in photography — painting with light — framing your subject — intentional blur — polarizing and neutral grad filters — digital in camera filters — patterns — leading lines — the rule of thirds in photography — deliberate underexposure — shutter-speeds - using shadows creatively — wide angle lenses — posing models — using reflectors — studio setups for beginners — cheap macro photography — one light portraits — low-light photography — using histograms — your rights as a photographer — simple back lighting outdoors — brightness and other distractions — photographing babies — dodging and burning in photography.
I’d also like to thank Laszlo, Dominic Fuizzotto, Dita Kubin, Ann Dahlgren, Raphael Goldchain, Vicky Reed, Jolene Monheim and Andre Nantel for the informative interviews that they let me record with them. More interviews are already scheduled for future podcasts.
Here’s a quick snapshot of a small part of Parc-Lafontaine where I have been recently recording these podcasts.
Thanks as always to Landon, Benny, Sandra 543, Manamarak, Claudia regina, destructivemicrowave, ratio, kathleen, taffy, kiddo, dag, trhoads, megster85, langdon9720, Richard Annable, kate and Ashmuddy for recent comments and suggestions. We LOVE comments and suggestions so please send more.
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