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Experimenting with the shutter speed is the best way to determine the correct shutter/aperture combination for your situation. In this case, the 1/60th version doesn't imply enough motion to be effective; the 1/30 & 1/15th versions are better. (Copyright 2010 / Andrew Boyd)

Experimenting with the shutter speed is the best way to determine the correct shutter/aperture combination for your situation. In this case, the version doesn't imply enough motion to be effective; the & versions are better.

DIY :: Pringles Macro Diffuser ( http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Pringles-Can-Macro-Diffuser )

How to Make a Pringles Can Macro Diffuser. Pringles are probably one of the more popular foodstuffs/DIY project. You get a fun snack and then an even funner DIY project. Read here on how to make a fantastic diffuser with it.

Wedding Photographer Turns Couples Into Miniature People

Ekkachai Saelow is a Thai wedding photographer who doesn't just believe in capturing the finer details of his subjects - he actually turns his subjects into the

Soap foam macros #photography #macro_photography #mytumblr

Soap foam macro photography - this would make a stunning window or a beautiful pot or piece of glass or a textile, a brilliant example of natural form

When we talk about the Shutter Speed in photography, the first thing that comes to mind is its relationship to Exposure. Shutter speed is an essential part

There are plenty of cheap and fancy cameras on the market. Not everybody knows how to use their current camera to its fullest capabilities though. This infographic from Photo Traces serves as a shutter speed cheat sheet for photographers:

witch water... by SeptemberBird

Freed from a suspended balloon a fraction of a second earlier, water maintains a balloon-like shape for a fraction more—long enough for Serge Raymond to capture the moment in a picture featured in National Geographic.

Based in Jacksonville, FL, United States, Brandon Kidwell studied English/Philosophy and worked in Corporate Finance with an artistic outlet of beautiful double exposure photography.

This example of double exposure from Brandon Kidwell I find extremely intriguing with the photos of faces and the hand being over layed with the photographs depicting memory like composition