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So You Want To Be A Semi-Pro Photographer? – David Molnar – iPhone Photography Article

So You Want To Be A Semi-Pro Photographer? – David Molnar CAMERA Once again, a camera is absolutely essential if you want to be a photographer, and if you’re in the market for an upgrade, the Canon 6D MK II is a great price for a full-frame camera that has a top-notch sensor. It’ll give you sharp and high quality images. There’s even a built-in GPS so you can geotag your photos inside the camera.FLASHYou can use the same flash as you did…

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Installing the Solar Can solargraphy camera – Time Lapse Photography Article

Installing the Solar Can solargraphy camera The Solar Can is a solargraphy camera. Yes, I also did not know what that word meant until a while ago. Pretty much, it captures the movement of the sun across the sky throughout the year. I’ve just installed mine and plan to expose it for 6 months, watch the process in the video below: The Solar Can team saw my instagram stories and has offered me a discount code for…

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How To Use The Histogram – David Molnar – iPhone Photography Article

How To Use The Histogram – David Molnar When you observe the histogram and notice gaps on either end, it clearly indicates that you have some missing information and that you can shift the exposure without losing detail. If you find your graph has inclined towards one side (either left or right), you still have the liberty to safely shift the exposure to cover a wider range of tones.In case of an overexposed image, the gap to the left of…

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I hate the Nikon P1000 – Time Lapse Photography Article

I hate the Nikon P1000 I bought the infamous Nikon P1000 with its crazy 125x zoom lens to play around with. The lens is a full frame equivalent of 24mm to 3000mm (much more than the FZ82’s 20-1200mm) and is incredibly annoying to use. Turns out I don’t like this camera one bit.. But maybe I just need to use it more and get used to it.. For now though, here’s my first video about it. (I…

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Working With Animals During Lockdown – Pet Photography Article

Working With Animals During Lockdown At Urban Paws UK we only work with highly trained, reliable and consistent animal models and actors. As such we ensure that any animals put forward for a job is suitable for the role. This reduces the time required on-set and minimising risks to health and safety while working with animals during lockdown. Many of our trained animals are able to work indoors and outdoors without a lead/harness, reducing the risk of cross-contamination. They are…

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The Pandemic is the Perfect Time to Use Animal Talent – Pet Photography Article

The Pandemic is the Perfect Time to Use Animal Talent The pandemic has undoubtedly shaken the way we as a country do business. From the debate around whether working from home is viable, to the overall effect on the economy; things are changing. Creative industries are no different and are in many ways struggling even more, despite the UK government confirming that film, television and advertisement productions can continue as long as “all filming activity is carried out in a…

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Lumix S5 timelapse mode review – Time Lapse Photography Article

Lumix S5 timelapse mode review Lumix S5 timelapse review cover photo The Lumix S5 is Panasonic’s latest full frame mirrorless camera. In this video and article I review the S5 for timelapse photographers, and talk about what I would change. If you are interested in buying the Lumix S5 you can do so via my affiliate links here (B&H) and here (Amazon). 1. Timelapse specifications As always I start my reviews with showing the specifications that are relevant to timelapse…

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Featured Student Photo: Ginger DeShaney – iPhone Photography Article

Featured Student Photo: Ginger DeShaney Featured Student Photo Thrilled to share a recent student photo! Ginger DeShaney was recently featured in our Photo Mentorship Roundup email. We are honored to feature her! via @sandywhitlowphotography on Facebook via @sandywhitlowphotography on Instagram The post Featured Student Photo: Ginger DeShaney appeared first on David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor. This is only a snippet of a iPhone Photography Article written by David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor Read Full Article

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How to make Reading Quran an Everyday Habit #1ayahquranchallenge – Photobook Photography Article

How to make Reading Quran an Everyday Habit #1ayahquranchallenge Share with a friend!Can you read an ayah of the Quran every day? If you want to set an everyday Quran reading habit either for yourself or your children, this is how to do it. For years, (almost 7 years to be precise), I was afraid to pull out the Quran in front of my kids. The few times I had tried, my babies would try to snatch it from my…

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Timelapse of the Winter Solstice in London – Time Lapse Photography Article

Timelapse of the Winter Solstice in London The winter solstice happens on the 21st of December and it signifies the day where one of the earth’s poles is at its max tilt away from the sun. This means it is the shortest day of the year resulting in just under 8 hours of daylight here in London. It also marks the turning point when the days become longer again. To celebrate the end of an absolutely cooked…

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The Great Conjunction from London – Time Lapse Photography Article

The Great Conjunction from London The last time us humans got to see this happening was about 800 years ago! Check out this timelapse video I made of Saturn and Jupiter lining up. Sadly it is super cloudy on the solstice today in London, when the planets would be at its closest, so you get this footage from yesterday and before instead 🙂 Here’s a great article by NASA with more info: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/the-great-conjunction-of-jupiter-and-saturn Want to learn how…

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How To Avoid Glare On Glasses – David Molnar – iPhone Photography Article

How To Avoid Glare On Glasses – David Molnar If you are starting, then there is another alternative if your budget is tight. Suppose you are in an outdoor situation, if this is the case position your subject between you and the sun. Then, adjust your metering mode on your camera to ‘Spot Metering’ or ‘Center-Weighted Metering.’ What this does are two important things. The first tackles the reflection of the glasses, and the second is more technical.You are telling…

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The Cloud Palace – 6K London Timelapse Film – Time Lapse Photography Article

The Cloud Palace – 6K London Timelapse Film I’m very happy to present The Cloud Palace, my latest London timelapse film. It is made up of about 60,000 RAW photographs focusing on the sky above London City and Canary Wharf. It was recorded almost entirely from the balcony of our new flat in East London over about 2 months during the second 2020 Covid-19 lockdown period. I used five different cameras (details below) and five lenses, as well as a…

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How to Speed Clean Your Home : 30 minute Cleaning Routine – Photobook Photography Article

How to Speed Clean Your Home : 30 minute Cleaning Routine Share with a friend!Have you ever been in a situation when you have to speed clean your home in a hurry? Umm… I do this quite often because I hate to clean. It takes me around 30 -45 minutes start to finish. Sometimes, by  the time I am done cleaning, even dinner is ready! I don’t hate cleaning really, but I hate it when I have to do it…

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Did a worm ruin my 24 hour timelapse? – Time Lapse Photography Article

Did a worm ruin my 24 hour timelapse? I don’t know, you tell me! Check out my e-books! /*<![CDATA[*/ (function () { var scriptURL = 'https://sdks.shopifycdn.com/buy-button/latest/buy-button-storefront.min.js'; if (window.ShopifyBuy) { if (window.ShopifyBuy.UI) { ShopifyBuyInit(); } else { loadScript(); } } else { loadScript(); } function loadScript() { var script = document.createElement('script'); script.async = true; script.src = scriptURL; (document.getElementsByTagName('head')[0] || document.getElementsByTagName('body')[0]).appendChild(script); script.onload = ShopifyBuyInit; } function ShopifyBuyInit() { var client = ShopifyBuy.buildClient({ domain: 'matjoez.myshopify.com', storefrontAccessToken:… This is only a snippet of a…

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Capturing Christmas Lights – David Molnar – iPhone Photography Article

Capturing Christmas Lights – David Molnar ISOSince you will be shooting at night you may need to use a high ISO setting. Keeping the ISO as low as possible will help to reduce the risk of grain. An ISO of 400 is a great starting point, and you can increase it for images that are too dark. Shutter speedA slower shutter speed keeps the camera shutter open for a longer period of time, allowing more light to reach the sensor. Try…

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2020 Holiday + Christmas Gift Guide – David Molnar – iPhone Photography Article

2020 Holiday + Christmas Gift Guide – David Molnar Mentor Favorite {All our Mentors LOVE this backpack!}Brevity Jumper Photo Backpack Why we all love it: It stores our gear and makes us look good! A backpack that is functional, stylish, and easily protects every piece of gear, yes please! David and Rich’s Favorite CamerasCanon EOS RThe Canon EOS R Mirrorless camera is small, quiet, and is great for low light situations. It’s one of Canon’s best full frame sensors. No matter what…

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Dear Mom With Big Dreams And Little Children… – Photobook Photography Article

Dear Mom With Big Dreams And Little Children… Share with a friend!A memory popped up in my Facebook feed from 10 years ago. It was from the time when I had two children and was struggling to find balance between juggling kids and dreaming of being more than “just a mother”. It is funny how just a few years can make a difference. At that time, I would become irritable at just the slightest things. I was a young wife…

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Featured Student Photo: Sandy Whitlow – iPhone Photography Article

Featured Student Photo: Sandy Whitlow Featured Student Photo Thrilled to share a recent student photo! Sandy Whitlow was recently featured in our Photo Mentorship Roundup email. We are honored to feature her!via @sandywhitlowphotography on Facebook via @sandywhitlowphotography on Instagram The post Featured Student Photo: Sandy Whitlow appeared first on David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor. This is only a snippet of a iPhone Photography Article written by Kristen Cook Read Full Article

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Canon EOS R6 timelapse review – Time Lapse Photography Article

Canon EOS R6 timelapse review The Canon EOS R6 is one of Canon’s latest full frame mirrorless cameras. In this video and blog post I put it through its paces and review it from the eyes of a timelapse photographer. Is the Canon EOS R6 a good timelapse camera? Let’s find out! Disclaimer: The kind people at Canon UK gave this camera on loan to me for two weeks, but that being said they’ve had absolutely zero input in this…

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Featured Student Photo: Kaci Moran – iPhone Photography Article

Featured Student Photo: Kaci Moran Featured Student Photo Thrilled to share a recent student photo! Kaci Moran was recently featured in our Photo Mentorship Roundup email. We are honored to feature her!via @kaci.moran.5 on Facebook via @kaci_moran on Instagram The post Featured Student Photo: Kaci Moran appeared first on David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor. This is only a snippet of a iPhone Photography Article written by David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor Read Full Article

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Featured Student Photo: Angela Sloat – iPhone Photography Article

Featured Student Photo: Angela Sloat Featured Student Photo Thrilled to share a recent student photo! Angela Sloat was recently featured in our Photo Mentorship Roundup email. We are honored to feature her!via @latinshortyyy92 on Facebook via @jerseygirl.adventures on Instagram The post Featured Student Photo: Angela Sloat appeared first on David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor. This is only a snippet of a iPhone Photography Article written by David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor Read Full Article

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9 Fun Photography Challenges to Push You Out of Your Comfort Zone – David Molnar – iPhone Photography Article

9 Fun Photography Challenges to Push You Out of Your Comfort Zone – David Molnar Challenge #4: Less is MoreI like to be prepared for any situation, especially when it comes to photography. I typically go out with a bazillion lenses, flashes, batteries, and gadgets for any possible situation and have a pair of 128GB cards in my camera at all times (plus a whole lot of backup cards just in case). This can be a problem for two reasons: First,…

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Featured Student Photo: Marissa Gindele – iPhone Photography Article

Featured Student Photo: Marissa Gindele Featured Student Photo Thrilled to share a recent student photo! Marissa Marie Gindele was recently featured in our Photo Mentorship Roundup email. We are honored to feature her!via @Gindelephotography on Facebook via @gindelephotography on Instagram The post Featured Student Photo: Marissa Gindele appeared first on David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor. This is only a snippet of a iPhone Photography Article written by David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor Read Full Article

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Buyer’s Guide: 7 Tips to Help You (Safely) Buy Used Photography Gear Online – David Molnar – iPhone Photography Article

Buyer’s Guide: 7 Tips to Help You (Safely) Buy Used Photography Gear Online – David Molnar Now, as with anything you buy second-hand, there is always the risk the seller may be trying to trick you and get rid of damaged items at your expense. This is true when buying a used car, computer, and even cameras. However, just like if you were to buy a used car, you would probably do some research on the seller, find reviews of the…

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Featured Student Photo: Lisa Wells – iPhone Photography Article

Featured Student Photo: Lisa Wells Featured Student Photo Thrilled to share a recent student photo! Julie King Black was recently featured in our Photo Mentorship Roundup email. We are honored to feature her!via JulieBlackPhotography on Facebook via @julieblackphotography on Instagram The post Featured Student Photo: Lisa Wells appeared first on David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor. This is only a snippet of a iPhone Photography Article written by David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor Read Full Article

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Featured Student Photo: Julie King Black – iPhone Photography Article

Featured Student Photo: Julie King Black Featured Student Photo Thrilled to share a recent student photo! Julie King Black was recently featured in our Photo Mentorship Roundup email. We are honored to feature her!via JulieBlackPhotography on Facebook via @julieblackphotography on Instagram The post Featured Student Photo: Julie King Black appeared first on David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor. This is only a snippet of a iPhone Photography Article written by Kristen Cook Read Full Article

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HDR Photography: What is High Dynamic Range? – David Molnar – iPhone Photography Article

HDR Photography: What is High Dynamic Range? – David Molnar HDR photography gets around the typical limitations of a camera’s native dynamic range by combining multiple versions of a photograph, taken at varying exposures, and combining them into a single image. Going back to our example scale of one to one hundred, the camera can only capture a specific range of information at any given time. But what if we took multiple images, changing the exposure setting each time, and then…

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Featured Student Photo: Suzanne Cullen – iPhone Photography Article

Featured Student Photo: Suzanne Cullen Featured Student Photo Thrilled to share a recent student photo! Suzanne Cullen was recently featured in our Photo Mentorship Roundup email. We are honored to feature her!via Suzanne.Bowden.Cullen on Facebook via @janne_suzannecullenphotography on Instagram The post Featured Student Photo: Suzanne Cullen appeared first on David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor. This is only a snippet of a iPhone Photography Article written by David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor Read Full Article

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Capturing Fall Colors: 3 Steps to Creating Beautiful Autumn Images – David Molnar – iPhone Photography Article

Capturing Fall Colors: 3 Steps to Creating Beautiful Autumn Images – David Molnar I spend much of my time behind a camera shooting Product Photography and Events for work or out in the city shooting Street Photography for fun. Much of what I do requires me to be quick on my feet and make the best of the moment… I can’t exactly wait for the perfect lighting to take the perfect photo at an event.But I love getting out into…

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