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EverClip for iPad review

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EverClip for iPad is an app that allows you to clip various things from across the internet as well as many third party apps.

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Instagram Success: These Types of Images Drive the Most Engagement (Infographic)

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A new study unlocks the secrets to what’s most shared on the popular social network.

Curalate, a visual analytics and marketing firm, created algorithms to determine how over 30 factors — including color, lightness and saturation — affect an Instagram post’s performance. The company analyzed more than 8 million images from the photo-sharing platform.

The findings share are some tips to help businesses kick their Instagram presence into high-gear, including:

Keep it cool: Photos dominated by blues and other cool colors tend to garner more likes while photos with warmer oranges and reds do worse.

Master monochrome: The more dominant a single color is on an image, the more likes it could get. Pictures dominated by a single hue receive 40 percent more likes than those that don’t.

With color, less is more: It can be tempting to ratchet up the vibrancy, flooding your image with color to make it stand out. But in today’s overstimulated world, bright and vibrant colors can get lost. The proof is in the data: Curalate says less saturated images receive 18 percent more likes than their mover vibrant counterparts.

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Product Shoot Tips

Product shoot required a time to setting up, somehow before need a pre shoot to identify the correct lighting position. Its quite demanding job but the result is unpredictables…

  1. Lenses.  An assortment of lenses, however primes tend to be favored because of their sharpness.  Macro lenses for detail shots are also used and for some work a tilt-shift lens is desired to avoid distortion.
  2. Lighting.  Multi-strobe setup with umbrellas, softboxes, ringflash, snoots, grids and other lighting modifiers.  Also flags to block light.
  3. Backgrounds & more.  Seamless paper of every color, but also specific items like light tents, light cubes, clear plexiglass, and black plexiglass.
  4. Tripod.  This is essential so you can move and adjust lighting and keep your camera consistent.
  5.  Preparation.  The amount of time you put into your preparation will result in the quality of your photography.  The smallest bit of dirt, dust and fingerprints will show in your photos.  Keep a microfiber cloth and other cleaning supplies handy, the last thing you want is to spend hours in post production removing tiny bits of dust when you could have spent a few minutes cleaning before the shoot.
  6. The unseen.  A lot of products can’t support themselves, need a stand or special rigging.  These can vary from dress forms for clothing to elaborate, hand bent aluminum rods used to hold a product in place properly and even fishing line, only to be removed in post processing.

Click Here: What Every Beginner Needs to Know About Product Photography

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Candid Photography

Candid style become more popular and its mostly used to capture or told the stories behind the picture. The is a tips to start your candid photography.

  1. Take your camera everywhere
  2. Use long zoom
  3. Kill the flash
  4. Position yourself strategically
  5. Photograph people doing things
  6. Photograph people between people
  7. Mix up perspective
  8. Frame images with foreground

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Complex Craft

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Animal Photography II

I shared some of my animal photos, lets enjoice and feel free to comments…

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