Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Photography can be an expensive enterprise, especially when going for the perfect portrait shot. Most professional photographers (and many amateurs) use complex and expensive lighting setups for portraiture, yet it’s totally possible to capture great portraits using less equipment.
If you’re a portrait or PRODUCT PHOTOGRAPHER who uses seamless white backdrops for your subjects, you might have noticed that after a few hours of shooting, your nice CLEAN backdrop has morphed into something with smudges, footprints, and other detritus, creating a post-processing headache.
Brian Smith has made quite the name for himself as an iconic celebrity photographer over the past 30 years. He has not only worked with some of the most famous people in the world but has won numerous prestigious awards, including a Pulitzer, written a best-selling book, and exhibited his work at the Library of Congress.
Using this technique, you can accentuate the natural light; your shots will look much less like your average studio portraits.
I am an amateur photographer. I photograph in my spare time because it is my passion. Here are 10 tips that I think will improve your photography. As with anything, there are rules in photography, but sometimes when you break them, you get unique and interesting photos.
Despite the fact that we are surrounded by a lot of symmetrical creatures and objects, some of their elements are not symmetrical. Today you will learn how to create asymmetrical objects of the illustration without removing the symmetry axes of the MirrorMe plug-in.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create an awesome romantic manipulation using Adobe Photoshop.
This tutorial will teach you how to convert an image that doesn't repeat well into a seamlessly tileable pattern in just a few minutes so you're no longer limited to using textures "as-is".
This is a handy WordPress code snippet which allows you to hide or remove the default dashboard widget from WordPress dashboard.
Although I cover a lot of photographic genres, my main interest has always been portraiture. I’ve always enjoyed the challenge of getting the best possible shot of people – even when they insist that they never take a good photo! This is a photograph from a shoot that took place around 8 years ago, but it’s still one of my favourite shots.
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