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Category Archives: Tips and Techniques

Your Rights as a Street Photographer

While out in public taking photographs you may find someone giving you a funny look or even approach you to ask what you’re doing. In general, you have the right…

Tips for Street Film Photography

Street photography is exactly what the name implies, taking film photography of real people (strangers) going about their lives. However, street photography isn’t nearly as simple as it sounds. Unlike…

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Photography Tips – Depth of Field

What is Depth of Field in Film Photography? Depth of field is one of many basic film photography tips to heighten the look of a photograph. In short, it is…

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Photography Tips – Winter Photography

Winter Photography Guide Winter photography will require a different approach to film photography and exposure. When a light meter measures light it measure a mid-gray point. However, because the average…

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Photography Tips – Night Photography

Night Photography Guide Night photography, as the name suggests, is taken between dusk and dawn with very low light situations. As such, night photography tips and techniques are essential to…

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Photography Tips – Composition

Composition in Photography Composition is the singular aspect that marks the difference between a good photograph and a bad photograph. With film cameras that feature automatic exposure, preview buttons, automatic…

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Photography Tips – Motion Photography

Motion Photography There are countless situations in film photography where motion plays a role. As such, there are a few motion photography tips and techniques that may be utilized during…