100+ Introduction to Photography and Scanning Tutorials

100+ Introduction to Photography and Scanning TutorialsThe  Photography for the Genealogist series is provided as a sampling the resources you will find on MyGenShare.com.  The series will provide you direction, tips and tricks on how to use photography in genealogy and your overall skills.

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A listing of the available slideshow in this series is as follows:

  1. Photography #1: Intro to editing genealogy photography
  2. Photography #2: Defining digital imaging
  3. Photography #3: Defining image file formats
  4. Photography #4: Megapixel makes a difference in genealogy photography
  5. Photography #5: Composition – Get close
  6. Photography #6: Composition – Golden mean
  7. Photography #7: Composition – Rule of thirds
  8. Photography #8: Composition – Diagonal rule
  9. Photography #9: Composition – Golden spiral
  10. Photography #10: Composition – Golden triangle
  11. Photography #11: Composition – Fill the frame
  12. Photography #12: Composition – Use frames
  13. Photography #13: Composition – Triangle
  14. Photography #14: Composition – Action shots
  15. Photography #15: Composition – Leading lines
  16. Photography #16: Composition – Leading lines in practice
  17. Photography #17: Composition – Rhythm & pattern
  18. Photography #18: Composition – Exterior shots
  19. Photography #19: Composition – Landscapes
  20. Photography #20: Composition – Circle
  21. Photography #21: Composition – Sunsets
  22. Photography #22: Composition – Negative space
  23. Photography #23: Composition – Photographing people
  24. Photography #24: Composition – Photographing babies
  25. Photography #25: Composition – Photographing children
  26. Photography #26: Composition – Photographing children’s artwork
  27. Photography #27: Composition – Photographing family gatherings
  28. Photography #28: Composition – Photographing family reunions
  29. Photography #29: Composition – Photographing vacations
  30. Photography #30: Composition – Telling a story through photographs
  31. Photography #31: Tips for taking better digital photos
  32. Photography #32: Photographing at the cemetery
  33. Photography #33: Photographing checklist
  34. Photography #34: Photographing microfilm
  35. Photography #35: Photographing slides, films, and books
  36. Photography #36: Conveying the feeling of motion
  37. Photography #37: How to photograph large images
  38. Photography #38: How to secure loose images for easy photographing
  39. Photography #39: How to hold your camera
  40. Photography #40: Eliminating camera movement
  41. Photography #41: Properly holding your Digital SLR
  42. Photography #42: Properly holding your camera phone
  43. Photography #43: Organize information and equipment  before leaving home
  44. Photography #44: Photographing in the libraries
  45. Photography #45: Photographing in the libraries, museums, and archives
  46. Photography #46: Starting out with a digital camera
  47. Photography #47: Lens focal length
  48. Photography #48: Camera controls – Aperture mode
  49. Photography #49: Camera controls – Shooting modes
  50. Photography #50: Photo equipment – Filters
  51. Photography #51: Photo equipment – Flash
  52. Photography #52: Photo equipment – Tripod
  53. Photography #53: Prolong your battery’s charge
  54. Photography #54: Camera focus
  55. Photography #55: Camera lens
  56. Photography #56: Shutter speed
  57. Photography #57: Shutter speed – Freeze action
  58. Photography #58: Shutter speed – Capture fast action
  59. Photography #59: Shutter speed – Capture motion
  60. Photography #60: Shutter speed – Image stabilization
  61. Photography #61: How to keep your camera operating for years to come
  62. Photography #62: Cleaning cameras
  63. Photography #63: Cleaning camera – Lens
  64. Photography #64: Cleaning camera – Battery compartment
  65. Photography #65: Cleaning camera – Memory card compartment
  66. Photography #66: Cleaning cameras – Body surfaces
  67. Photography #67: Cleaning cameras – Eyecups and rubber grips
  68. Photography #68: Cleaning cameras – LCD lens
  69. Photography #69: Cleaning camera – Viewfinder
  70. Photography #70: Photography is all about light
  71. Photography #71: Getting the light right
  72. Photography #72: Photographic lighting techniques
  73. Photography #73: Lighting techniques – Back lighting
  74. Photography #74: Lighting techniques – Bright overcast lighting
  75. Photography #75: Lighting techniques – Broken cloud, stormy light, and dappled light
  76. Photography #76: Lighting techniques – Changing weather lighting
  77. Photography #77: Lighting techniques – Dusk lighting
  78. Photography #78: Lighting techniques – Early evening light
  79. Photography #79: Lighting techniques – Front lighting
  80. Photography #80: Lighting techniques – General flash tips
  81. Photography #81: Lighting techniques – Lighting from above
  82. Photography #82: Lighting techniques – Lighting from beneath
  83. Photography #83: Lighting techniques – Midday lighting
  84. Photography #84: Lighting techniques – Night lighting
  85. Photography #85: Lighting techniques – Open shade lighting
  86. Photography #86: Lighting techniques – Overcast lighting
  87. Photography #87: Lighting techniques – Side lighting
  88. Photography #88: Lighting techniques – Sunset lighting
  89. Photography #89: Creating slide shows
  90. Photography #90: On-line greeting cards
  91. Photography #91: Instant messaging and sharing photos
  92. Photography #92: Peer-to-peer photo sharing
  93. Photography #93: Publishing photos on photo sharing sites
  94. Photography #94: Sending photos to others
  95. Photography #95: Storing images on the road
  96. Photography #96: Scanning recommendations
  97. Photography #97: Scanning resolution
  98. Photography #98: Scanner buying tips
  99. Photography #99: Scanning in various modes
  100. Photography #100: Scanning in professional mode
  101.  Photography #101: Scanning books and magazines
  102. Photography #102: Scanning  curved photographs
  103. Photography #103: Scanning  photographs with same dimensions
  104. Photography #104: Scanning  objects, heirlooms, and memorabilia
  105. Photography #105: Scanning oversized flat images
  106. Photography #106: Scanning for OCR
  107. Photography #107: Placing photos on the scanner
  108. Photography #108: Scanning film and slides
  109. Photography #109: Scanners – Three modes of capture
  110. Photography #110: Scanning 3-D objects
  111. Photography #111: Scanning large documents