While the human eye can easily adapt to the changing shades of light, the camera is a little more complicated. Because of this, you must tell her yourself when she recognizes colors unrealistically. This is done by adjusting camera modes or automatic white balance. How to fine-tune the colors of the scene so that they correspond to reality?
white balance settings
Digital photographs consist of information about shades (brightness) and colors. The tones in the photo are controlled by the exposure settings of the camera. The main tool for managing photo colors is setting the white balance.
Color of light
Different light sources have different shades. The human brain effectively adjusts color perception to Continue reading
A corporate photo portrait is a photograph that shows a person in a semi-large plan (“headshot”). The portrait is usually done in a business style, in a working environment.
There are various reasons for which business photo portraits may be needed: this is mainly the use of photos in resumes or portfolios, as well as in various company documents such as newsletters, press releases. Such portraits are also used on the company’s corporate websites. Some organizations use employee portraits in their marketing and advertising campaigns, especially when they want to attract customers or encourage potential partners to join them. Continue reading
Step one – the difference between ordinary shooting and studio shooting
Step Two – Configure the Camera
Step three – choose what to shoot
Step four – set up a bunch of camera – equipment
Step Five – Light Modifiers
Step six – arrange the equipment
Seventh step – go and take pictures
Step one – the difference between ordinary shooting and studio shooting Continue reading