Apr 07, 2011 — 0 comments
A digital camera is a sensitive device. As such, it needs to be cleaned and cared for so it will always be on optimum performance. Proper maintenance will also ensure it lasts a long time and will help you avoid expensive repair costs.
Ever wondered what it takes to make a living from photography? In the video below, professional commercial photographer Jen Pottheiser shares sage advice while recounting her journey from being a serious amateur to shooting for the likes of SLAM Magazine, Sports Illustrated, Nike, and the National Basketball Association.
It looks like the product developers in the Adobe offices have been working hard to bring improvements and new features to their popular line of photo editing software. Coming in on the heels of the new Lightroom 5 Beta announcement, the Senior Photoshop Product Manager, Zorana Gee, announced this week that the software makers are planning to add a new, and much anticipated, deblurring feature to Photoshop
When photographing lingerie and boudoir style images, it’s especially important to make sure the lighting is flattering on the model. There are few different techniques you can use to determine which light pattern works best, but as Michael Zelbel explains in the video below, one of the best ways is to experiment. Take a look and learn about an easy way to discover how different light and model placements affect the finished images
As the internet grows and grows, photography tutorials are becoming more and more abundant. All that information can be a good thing, but it can also create problems as it sometimes has the magical effect of turning one’s opinion to fact over time. Read around about digital photography and you will come across the ‘stock’ advice that some people give. Over time, this gets repeated until it becomes part of the conventional wisdom about photography.
Adobe has recently released it’s latest version of Lightroom into beta and reviews of it’s usability and new features are already beginning to garner widespread positive attention. Some of the features have been long awaited, while others come as a pleasant surprise. In the video below, Lightroom 5 Beta user, Trevor Dayley, takes a few moments to show us some of his favorite new additions to the popular photo editing software, take a look:
Most of you already know what causes it, but for those who don’t, the “red-eye” effect is the result of your flash being too close to the lens. When the light source is close to the lens, like with an on camera flash, when the flash is fired, the light goes from the flash into the pupil of the subject’s eye and straight back out into the camera’s lens.
Most studio photography is done on relatively small scales – a person or an object is lit, usually with between one and three lights that cover the breadth of the subject. Shooting something large is an entirely different story; there isn’t a soft box large enough to cover the size of legendary photographer Joe McNally’s (unpublished) project for National Geographic Magazine, which he discusses in this video from AdoramaTV.
If you are searching for a simple sticky footer to the bottom of your page compatible with all browsers, here is a useful tutorial on how to do it using some CSS tricks. The same thing you can do with your header. We will give HTML demo examples of both sticky header and footer.
In this tutorial you will learn, how to create a simple badge using Adobe Illustrator’s basic tools and free fonts / icons you find out there.
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