Before we go on to making a watermark brush let’s outline some pros and cons of stamping your name on your work. Well, it depends. It depends on what sort of photographer you are for a start. Wedding and portrait photographers almost always watermark in my experience.
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If only. For many of us, there are more things we want to learn than we have time for. And as information becomes more readily accessible online, the number of things we want to learn has only increased. That means that the only variable we can actually control is the time we spend learning them.
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Some shots I took last year under Bangkok’s MRT. Even during the day it is dark down there so my street shooting setting led to some very high ISO values. Just have a look at the exif data under the first shot. ISO25.600! On a camera roughly the size of a Canon Ixus.
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Not long ago, a few friends of mine and I started a small video production in order to try out the success of this business in our country. We needed to make two videos about fitness and bodybuilding, giving it an artistic touch.
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