Trick Photography and Special Effects for Stunning Photos





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Published on Mar 30, 2015

Trick Photography and Special Effects For Stunning Photos

Trick Photography and Special Effects is not new but to many photography enthusiasts it is a huge passion. Professional and amateur photographers have been creating photography tricks for fun and to impress their friends. Some photographers have created fortunes making these images.


Trick photography is shared in the photography forums and social media. It's fun an exciting when you share your photos with your family and friends. It's very easy to do and does not cost anything if you know the secrets to using your DSLR camera properly. A big reason for the sudden popularity of the trick photography is because of the social media influence.

It is easy to capture a mind blowing photos with your camera and share them with a large numbers of people all over the globe.

People are drawn to stunning images and cannot control the temptation to share them with their friends. The outcomes are photos and ideas which get spread like wild flies.

If you are interested in taking your photography skill and passion to a new level, then you have to learn various photography tricks. Most of these techniques will not need you to purchase special tools.

You can simply use your DSLR a chair or table to prop your camera up or a tripod. You can use trick photography software, but this is not essential for most photography tricks and special effects.

There are limitless kinds of trick photography you can try. Make interesting images like creating yourself seem taller than the object of your chose.

Light painting is probably the most popular and easiest to do and requires only a lighter or flash light to create mind blowing images.

Trick photography techniques for long exposure are generally captured at low light or night times.

Fundamentally you set the camera shutter speed to a lengthy period of time, hence you can obtain sharp details of the elements in your photos when smearing, blurring or obscuring the moving object. You may need a tripod while trying long exposure photography to receive crisp and clear photos.


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