Photography Tips, Essential Skills, Quickly Transform Your Photos, by Karl Taylor

www.photography-tips-online.com Photography tips revealed by professional photographer Karl Taylor. This knowledge will probably change the way you plan your photography composition from now on! Get More FREE Training at my website: www.photography-tips-online.com
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25 Responses to “Photography Tips, Essential Skills, Quickly Transform Your Photos, by Karl Taylor”

  1. this looks like a great photography channel…SUBSCRIBED!

  2. I wanted to ask you a question, ok, so i want a Nikon L810, i had some photography classes my freshman year of highschool, im going to be a junior this year:), i was wondering if a Nikon L810 is a good camera to start off with ?(:

    If u can email me at
    garcia23xochitl@yahoo.com

    Thankyou,
    Xochitl Garcia

  3. Very clear illustration, thank you very much. from Hong Kong.

  4. which wide angle lens did you use here?
    

  5. RealEstatePhotograpy Reply July 8, 2012 at 2:42 pm

    This is such a great video, thank you! I love photography but i have a lot to learn about lighting. your video was very helpful!

  6. Big thanks Karl.

  7. haha i love this guy. WE’VE GOT EVERY KIND OF LIGHT IN ONE PHOTOGRAPH! COMBINE THEM, AND AAAAGHASDGHLKJHG i know the exact feeling

  8. im such a noob at this stuff but this video was very helpful. Thank you.

  9. Where is that beautiful place at 2:08??

  10. TheRazzledazzle22 Reply July 8, 2012 at 5:01 pm

    Cool potography! If you guys like photography you should check out my chanel ( I have slideshows of some of my work) ! I am young but I love photography and some of my work is pretty good. Love this video so awesome!

  11. What tripod are you using?

  12. ANigerianPrince Reply July 8, 2012 at 6:03 pm

    Holy crap is this video well executive and clearly spoken.

  13. a DSLR is a camera, the Camera Karl is using is a DSLR Camera, it stands for Digital Single Lense Reflex

  14. Where is that amazing place at 4:52 ?

  15. Does the ND Filter go over half the lens to darken the sky?

  16. Nicely done video!

  17. Who is a DSLR?

  18. Tylereatsanimals Reply July 8, 2012 at 7:44 pm

    F/1.2…………. im sad..

  19. BoundlessAuthority Reply July 8, 2012 at 7:51 pm

    Vikki got gorgeous smile just use it more often 🙂

  20. Cookie-cutter pictures.

  21. Thank you Mr. Taylor. I use the sun for lighting in most of my photos. I’m no professional but I love taking photos none-the-less. Even when my camera is not on me, I study the way the sun lights the objects around me. Thank you for sharing this video with us.

  22. I need some help. I want to take time lapse shots of the sky and clouds, but here in Texas if you leave an electronic device out in the sun it will die. It is usually 100+degrees all summer and a black camera is going to literally melt if left in the sun for longer than a few minutes. I’ve thought of covering it in foil, but that still eaves the inside of the lens and such exposed.

  23. Thank you so much for this video. Im not only a singer I want to do photography as well and this helps a lot.

  24. is that bag heavy???…

  25. I like British accent… :P

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