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etting the Mood in Commercial Photography

Setting the Mood in Commercial Photography

When attempting to achieve a certain result, a photographer cannot simply use a white background. Minimalism can sometimes work in commercial photography, but more often than not a specific atmosphere will need to be set. Getting a background setting that accentuates the advertised product is a crucial role for any photographer working in the commercial field.

Photo Editing

How To Restore Old Photos

If you have old photographs stored away there is a good chance that over time damage has taken its toll on them from the time they were shot until now. Most old photographs are stacked on top of each other when stored away.

CD Disc

The Making Of A CD Disc

The CD disc is made up of polycarbonate plastic measuring 0.047 in thickness and weighing 16 – 20 grams. To make the CD disc reflective it will have a thin layer of aluminum on the bottom of the disc followed by a protective film of lacquer applied directly over the reflected layer of aluminum.

Photo Scanning

What DPI Should I Scan My Photos At?

When starting out to scan your photos the first decision that needs to be made is what resolution to scan them at. This is referred to as Dpi or dots per inch. So here are a few things to take into consideration when deciding on what dpi to choose.

Video to DVD

Why Should I Convert My VHS Tapes To DVD?

Many homes across America have boxes of old VHS video tapes sitting on a shelve, in a closet or up in the attic. Video tapes were not designed to be able to hold up for several years like the old home movie film that is also very popular to transfer to DVD.

Video Production

When To Upgrade Your Video Equipment

If you are a video hobbyist or and experienced videographer, there will be a time when you will have a project that will require you to upgrade your current video gear to the next level up. An upgrade can be from video camera equipment to your editing system.