Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
Waggener kept the tutorial up for those who simply enjoy crafting things, who want to make a custom reflector, or who may happen to have the necessary materials lying around the house.
In some ways, she’s the ideal fashion model: she doesn’t blink, she takes direction, she doesn’t have an ego. How could she? She’s plastic. (It’s fantastic!) The men behind the latest Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition went all-out with this recent parody photo shoot.
Perry ends the video by warning that most people will find this system counter-intuitive, maybe even mess up a few good shots. He recommends sticking with it for a few weeks to realize its advantages, and testing it out on less important shots to get the hang of it. Anyone who’s converted can tell you: they’ll never go back.
When Tim Kemple set out to shoot a pair of dirt bikers with his new PhaseOne IQ250, he had some very specific shots he wanted to capture. After a series of untimely incidents–a helicopter crash, rainy weather, a bike wreck–he had to completely change his plan.
According to this review, the Df also fell short of the D4 in terms of auto-focus and burst mode speeds. In a nutshell, while the Df is very trendy looking and does have the same sensor as the powerful D4, the rest of the camera’s features appear to be lack luster at the price point. Kai suggests that a more suitable choice for basic features and low-light performance might be the Nikon D610.
The first mode is called One Shot (Canon) or AF-single (Nikon). In this Mode, as you begin to hold the shutter down, the camera will focus on your subject, light up in the viewer, and lock. That is to say the focus is now set. You can either take the photo as is (by completely depressing the shutter), or move your camera first to recompose.
For Rinzi Ruiz, street photography is much more than just taking to the street hoping to capture interesting objects as they pass by. Ruiz sees the entire process of walking the streets as a sort of meditative practice.
The image was taken during construction of the Five Finger Viewing Platform in Austria. Since it can take quite a long time to descend the work site, the workers presumably just opted to stay on location and enjoy the view for their break.
In this simple photos effect tutorial, we’ll learn how to make a collage of polaroids in Photoshop from just a single photo.
In this tutorial, we will learn how to create a 3D pop-up effect in Photoshop, where the main subjects of your image will appear as if they are popping out of a flat picture. I will be using Adobe Photoshop CS6, but you can use any other recent version too.
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