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Creative Helps For Beginners

My passion is to make photographs rather than take photographs. In other words, I want to be creative in my digital photography.

I have taken several courses to gain a very good working knowledge of my Nikon D7000 Digital Camera (recent purchase). With those courses, I have learned much about lenses and their uses.

I have purchased some great products with a creative edge to digital photography. I am still learning from these products.

Trick Photography and Special Effects

Trick Photography and Special Effects

Trick Photography and Special Effects was the first product I purchased to help me or should I say to inspire me to be creative with digital photography.

Evan Sharboneau has put together a very popular product. I have used many of his ideas to take great creative photographs.

Some ideas that I appreciated from this product were: long exposure effects, light painting and HDR photography.

Long exposure effects will help you to take great night photographs and those misty waterfall photographs. Light painting will help you take mysterious night shots. To read more...

Digital Background Secrets 2.0

Digital Background Secrets 2.0

Another very popular product that I purchased and found to be very useful was Digital Background Secrets 2.0.

You will need Adobe Photoshop if you intend to purchase Digital Background Secrets. Adobe Photoshop and digital photography go hand in hand and this product shows you why?

Digital Background Secrets helped me to understand the process of extracting a portrait image from one photograph and placing it on a digital background. This is all done with video tutorials and is very easy to follow. I now create all my own digital backgrounds in Adobe Photoshop.

There are some amazing techniques explained in these seven video tuturials. To read more...

Sell Your Digital Photos

Sell Your Digital Photos

You have heard people say that a picture paints a thousand words. For some savvy individuals, pictures can also earn big money.

Selling pictures is big business these days. We live in a commercial world where images are used to promote all kinds of products.

A few clever individuals have caught onto this and these people are taking photos and earning big bucks.

If you want to earn money from your images, click the following link for more information - Making Money Selling Digital Photos.


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