Phillip McCordalls’ tutorials


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    The info talked about inside the write-up are several of the best available.

  2. Another brilliant video!Great advice!
    Talking nicely to the employees/staff can get you places that are usually off limits,
    PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE! Take photos of everything that looks interesting and take lots of them (no paying for rolls of film).
    Like you do;
    Spotting the interesting angle or lighting effect + knowing how to use a camera and all it’s ability’s is what turns a “snapper” into a photographer! (Engaging eyes and brain)

    I had no Idea what HDR photography was and had to pause the video to Google it. In your face and bright but not exactly subtle or thought provoking. From what I saw of HDR, the whole image just slaps you in the face and you move on to the next colourful image without pausing to be drawn into the photograph. It must be my age, but HDR is not for me.
    Thank you once again.

  3. Brilliant! I am going to give this a try for macro photography when I have the time. I don’t have the gear to take shots for image stacking. Hopefully I can use it to give more depth of field and a 3D effect to things like coins and medals.
    Thank you for this.

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