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Focus on the new FE macro lens (with image samples and MTF graph).

I love the perspective of this wedding photograph, focusing on the footprints of the bride and groom on the beach. Very cool.

Creative Beach Wedding Photoshoot Ideas Sure To Inspire

I love the perspective of this wedding photograph, focusing on the footprints of the bride and groom on the beach. Goes with Footprints In The Sand poem

2nd Edition B&W Competition Simplweb- The Worldwide Photography Gala Awards, runner up, Martina Braindstetter, Germany, 'Pinhole', black and white image #photography

Edition B&W Competition Simplweb- The Worldwide Photography Gala Awards, runner up, Martina Braindstetter, Germany, 'Pinhole'

Layout ideas: we could cut out the background, focus on the dominant person and edit the photos like this brochure did!

A brochure - circles + bold colour equals a great and attention grabbing design. Well done!

Advanced tips (beyond holding your camera properly) to help you nail focus on your shots and drastically increase your success rate of capturing key moments.

Advanced Tips for Tack Sharp Images

I'm for anything to help take better photos. Advanced tips for sharp images. Definitely worth reading a couple times to learn everything.

Free-lensing: It's a method of shooting with your lens detached from the camera- but still held very closely. Holding your lens up to the camera (instead of attaching it) allows you to create a tilt-shift effect in your photos. Focus on one thing while everything else becomes blurred!

"free-lensing": a method of shooting with your lens detached from the camera - but still held very closely. Holding your lens up to the camera (instead of attaching it) allows you to create a tilt-shift effect in your photos

I love this example of black and white photography. The young girl is the subject of the picture, even though you cannot even see her face or what she is wearing. Silhouette photography can be tricky, but this black and white silhouette is very creative and well done. This photo is simple and focuses on the true beauty of the moment without using bright colors or editing tools.

“Life isn’t about how to survive the storm, but how to dance in the rain -Timber” Funny thing is, as I'm writing this, I'm watchi.

Cover Photography 7/10: I really like this photo because it focuses on the front of a photo and the back of it blurs out. We could use it on the cover because it'll be cool to have on focus instead of just one plain photo.

COVER PHOTOGRAPHY I like the idea of having a setting capturing photo like this as the cover. It really stands out while depicting creativity.

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