Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
I have some of these, and they can be useful—I use my beanbag quite a bit, for example. However, none of these will cover all your options, and you can’t carry them all around with you even if you can afford them.
The advent of digital photography sped up the photography process seemingly overnight. What used to take hours or days to complete can now be done in the blink of an eye. But in the fast world of ever-evolving technology, some photographers are choosing personal projects that slow down time.
The use of proper lighting in taking photos is very important. It enables you to take clearer images that you can be proud of, particularly in an environment where light is low. But to be able to achieve your goal, you need the right accessories for your digital camera.
At 270 square miles (700 sq. km) and less than 100,000 residents, La Palma may be the third smallest of Africa’s seven main Canary Islands, but it isn’t widely known as “La Isla Bonita” (beautiful island) for nothing.
With his lighting and set in place, Corey Rich can focus on the most important aspect of portraiture, which is capturing just the right moment to make his subject look her best. He started by sending his model in for hair and makeup.
Douglas Kirkland is not your typical photographer. With over 50 years of photography experience and more than a million photos in his archive, Kirkland is what you would consider an industry legend.
Light painting with LEDs is a no-risk gig, but painting with fire requires photographers to go to great lengths to ensure that subjects feel comfortable with the idea that they might get zapped by a stray spark now and then.
Use a tripod! When shooting landscapes–particularly in the predawn and post sunset times–you will need a long exposure! (Creating an acceptable depth of field requires shooting at minimal apertures, which means long shutter speeds.) Don’t even think of trying to get a contest winner by shooting handheld. It won’t happen.
Hue/Saturation tutorial in Photoshop. In this Photoshop tutorial, we are going to use the Hue/Saturation Tool to take color out of the entire image, except for the part that we want colored.
Learn how to create a vector badge inside Illustrator.
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