Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
In this article we’ll look at ten tips that can help you to improve your night photographs and get the most out of your time shooting after dark. Follow these ten tips and you’ll speed up the learning curve of night photography.
It is well known that the creation of isometric images in Adobe Illustrator is a quite time-consuming task that requires some knowledge. Using the techniques of today’s tutorial we are simplifying the process of transforming, coloring (Phantasm) and positioning (ColliderScribe) objects. This knowledge has very much accelerated my workflow and now I am sharing this with you.
This tutorial about image processing for optimized your images for ecommerce site.
Since the desert looks practically the same wherever you turn, the view in a mirror placed in a desert-scape can look transparent. And if you attach mirrors all over a shack in Joshua Tree, California, you get something pretty awesome.
When you combine strobes with ambient light on a sunny day, you’re likely to run into problems with achieving a shallow depth of field.
This is probably the hardest part of my process to describe. Hiking in the highlands, I am privileged to have access to some amazing landscapes,; as I walk through them I am overwhelmed by options. This makes it hard to identify when I see a truly special scene, since it can be drowned out by choice.
Varaksinia and her team sketched out an idea for her personal project in pencil and ink. From a visual on paper, a design team and two pint-sized models worked together to bring the the 2D into 3D.
You have great ideas and you have a camera with incredible capabilities. All you need to do is translate your ideas into photographs. But which settings create which effects? What choices do professional photographers make? When and how to use HDR? These two popular in-depth ebooks aim to give you creative control of your camera so you can turn your ideas into stunning landscape photography.
Sinclair didn’t take any shortcuts. She built the set for the photo shoot herself, carefully detailing each plaster frame, vial, and flower to represent an 18th century doctor’s office. Her costumed models sat in for Dr. Jenner and an 8-year-old patient, James Phipps, who played an important role in developing a vaccine for smallpox.
Getting great studio lighting in your portraiture doesn’t have to mean an intricate setup. And most times simplicity works best. All you need is a strobe or two and a plain, dark background.
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