Platon photography is one of the newest and most exciting forms of photography.
It’s all about capturing moments in your life with minimal equipment and with a great deal of spontaneity.
But the process is often fraught with limitations.
Platon photographers can’t afford a professional studio, or even the tools to make their images work.
So what can a budding photographer do to get started?
The following guide gives you a starting point to getting started, and provides a few tips on how to get the most out of your Platon photos.
Find your subject, or subject matter.
You’ll need a few things: a darkroom, a flash, and a camera.
You don’t need to be an expert photographer to get an idea of what you want to do.
You might even want to think about the subject, if you’re a casual photographer.
This will help you to choose the right tool, to find the right setting, and to make sure your images are as sharp as possible.
If you don’t know what your subject is, or if you don-t have a strong background, you might need to use a flash to make it easier to pick out details in your image.2.
Set the scene.
Plonation photography is often seen in the news, but its roots are in a time when the camera was still limited to a small field of view.
As photography has become more sophisticated and digital technology has made it easier for people to share and download images, Plonations have become more accessible.
For the most part, you can use a tablet or a smartphone as a camera, but sometimes you’ll want to use the iPad or iPhone for some of the more difficult tasks.
In some cases, the iPad is the only device you’ll need, as you’ll have to use your own iPad for the more important work.3.
Choose the right light.
Plontons use a combination of two different types of light: white and fluorescent light.
When the camera is set to manual mode, white light is used, and if the camera has a flash attached, it’s used for white light.
Fluorescent light is very dim, so it doesn’t produce the same depth of field as white light, but it gives you more detail and makes the image appear brighter.
The best light for Plonton photography is neutral white light (a light that’s a little warmer than white light), and it’s usually about 50 to 70 degrees Celsius (122 to 137 degrees Fahrenheit).4.
Find the right exposure.
If your subject needs to be well lit, choose a bright spot that’s about 10 to 20 degrees (3 to 4 meters) away from the subject.
For darker subjects, you’ll usually want to shoot in a low-light situation, but you can shoot in any situation, so long as you don,t shoot for a wide angle or long exposure.
You should also make sure the lighting is perfect, especially in the dark.
For example, don’t shoot in the bathroom, because the light will be too bright and the images won’t have the depth of depth you want.5.
Use a tripod.
Plonies are famous for using their own mobile phones to record their photos.
When shooting with an iPhone or iPad, you have to be careful not to tilt your phone while taking the shot, which can cause the camera to stop working, or, even worse, you may lose the shot entirely.
It may also be a bit frustrating to use an iPhone when you’ve just moved to a new house.6.
Set your flash.
Plons tend to work best when they have a large flash attached.
This is a simple, inexpensive and very high-quality flash that’s built into the camera’s lens.
The biggest problem with Plonons is that it’s very difficult to get it right.
If the flash is too bright, or you can’t find the correct setting, you won’t get a high-contrast, sharp image.
A good compromise between high-resolution and low-resolution is a medium-resolution flash, which is usually built into a smartphone camera’s camera lens.
You can also use a tripod, but the tripod has to be sturdy and strong enough to hold the flash on its own.7.
Set up your tripod.
The easiest way to set up your Plonon is with a tripod made of wood or plastic.
Most Plonners use a collapsible tripod, which makes it easy to mount on a tripod rail.
If this doesn’t work for you, try a fixed tripod.
This means the camera will sit in the correct position, which allows the Plon to be held in place by its own tripod.
A tripod with a rubber band helps to keep the camera steady.8.
Set a shutter speed.
Most plonners have a range of shutter speeds.
Some people use their smartphone to set the speed, while others use a handheld timer,