Archive for category: Tutorials

  • Lightroom Tutorial – Adding Copyright Metadata To Your Photos

    Lightroom Tutorial – Adding Copyright Metadata To Your Photos

    Editing, Tutorials, Videos March 22, 2013 3:01 pm

    In this tutorial I show you how to add your personal copyright information to your images in the form of a metadata preset. Click the logo below to subscribe to the We Are SO Photo YouTube channel. Click here to view more of our Lightroom videos  

  • Tips for Building a Better Photography Website

    Tips for Building a Better Photography Website

    Tutorials, Videos March 5, 2013 3:49 am

    Every professional photographer needs their own portfolio website. It not only helps showcase your work but also helps drive business to you. With the online tools available today, even novice users can build a polished and appealing website within a day. Here I’ll run you through the basics you need […]

  • DSLR Metering Modes Explained

    DSLR Metering Modes Explained

    Tutorials, Videos February 5, 2013 1:47 am

    All modern DSLR cameras have a selection of different metering modes. They all work to assist the photographer in obtaining the best exposure for the scene they are photographing. Understanding the difference between them and when to use them is essential to taking better photos. What is Metering? Essentially, metering […]

  • Camera Aperture Explained

    Camera Aperture Explained

    Tutorials January 3, 2013 6:03 am

    Every photographer will agree with you that aperture and ‘F-numbers’ are confusing at first. Phrases like “open up your lens”, “increase your f-stop”, ‘”use a shallower depth of field”, “use a fast lens” all relate to aperture. Unfortunately, it needs to be understood in order to develop your skills and […]

  • Why Are My Photos Always Blurry?

    Why Are My Photos Always Blurry?

    Tutorials December 13, 2012 5:17 am

    There are only two reasons why your images are coming out blurred. It’s either caused by incorrect focus or by camera shake. In other words, it’s either the camera, or it’s you. Let’s cover all bases and nail down the possible issue. Hold the Camera Correctly It might sound basic, […]

  • How To – Painting With Light

    How To – Painting With Light

    Tutorials, Videos December 1, 2012 2:00 pm

    Would you believe it if I said this photo was taken in a pitch black location at 1am in the morning? How did we illuminate the car so much? Where did all the light come from? What is that peculiar red trail running through the image? To achieve this result, […]

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