Photography Blog | FD Photo Studio - Part 6
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Ready to Travel? Here is What You Need to Take!

Cover photo credit:   @plumwilde ,  @maliamilller Going on vacation or business trip and want to photograph every day of your adventure for future memories? There are quite a few things you would need to take with you in order to avoid that disappointing "oops" moment when an important piece of gear or accessory...

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Family Portraits: Do’s and Don’ts

Cover Photo Credits: collection from Designer @newmiuz Photographer - Nathaniel Riley, Designer - New Miuz PS Pawan, Make up and hair - Vianne Ho Young, Sajbeena Latma, Model - Mike Krogh, Kelli Kickham, michelle morley   Here at FD photo studio we've had many clients bringing their families for the anniversary, birthday or any other holiday...

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Great Photos In Poor Light

Cover Photo Credit @nikicram , model: @cole.gill , agency: @bellaagencyla   While strobe lights are your loyal friends and will always serve you well as long as there is electricity around, working with the sunlight on the other hand only might be difficult. Firstly, the best lighting condition usually lasts only for couple of hours. Secondly,...

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How To Capture Good Pictures

Cover photo credit: balletzaida Dancer @ashleylewofficial    There is a  common misconception among newcomers about why a professional photographer produces such amazing quality product. Mistakenly, the opinion of majority tends to think that the expensive gear is what makes a great picture. And the more expensive the gear the better the quality. No. Expensive cameras...

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5 Ways To Light A Portrait

Cover photo credit: @shopmidnightrider David Bowie Collection, MUA: @prettyfreshbeauty,  Stylist: @katiecollinsstyle , Photographer: @ramon_felix_   For the photographer to understand how the light works and how to use it to your advantage is a crucial knowledge. Contrary to popular belief, lighting a portrait is not a rocket science and does not require a lot of expensive equipment. All...

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How to buy, format, use Memory Cards

cover photo taken from Have Camera Will Travel   Memory cards are among the essential equipment for any photographer or videographer. They store images or videos and transfer this precious information to our computers/ main storage. Some use memory cards as a backup. It needless to say how important memory cards are...

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Photography 101: What is Shutter Speed?

cover photo credit: rynharrison, natecharrison.com   Shutter Speed is the third out of the three cornerstones of photography, the other two being ISO and Aperture. With the shutter speed parameter one can achieve many great effects that might seem magical. Have you ever seen the picture of the freeway where there is no cars...

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Photography 101: What is Aperture?

Last week we talked about one of three main characteristics of the photography - ISO. Today we will explore another pillar each photo is based on - aperture. Aperture is the most creative tool out of three you can play with due to its ability to add dimension by blurring background...

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How to use a CYC wall

cover photo taken by: atom.toma   What is a CYC wall? How do you use it? Many of our clients who are new to photography do not know what cyclorama wall is for and usually get the same canned response -  it is the infinity wall, the one that bends at the bottom. While this...

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