Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
This technique can be applied to many different types of photographs. We are only limited by our own imaginations and creativity, so once you have everything set up on Photoshop, play around with the different overlay modes and opacity slider until you have exactly what you are looking for.
Bring out the best in your subjects and take memorable family portraits with these tips from author and professional photographer Kirk Tuck! Learn even more essential skills for capturing beautiful family portraits in his online Craftsy class, Professional Family Portraits (at no cost).
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.
Waterfalls have been a compelling subject for photographers since the the birth of the art form; they represent Mother Nature at her most powerful and beautiful. How, then, do we keep making interesting photos of something so often captured? In this video, Bryan Peterson demonstrates how, by combining the glory of nature with a bit of artistic intervention, you can do just that:
Of all the many different situations a photographer may encounter, shooting baby portraits may be the most difficult. Even if you are not a professional photographer, but are just trying to shoot some cute portraits of your own child, getting the tot to cooperate can be a difficult task.
The video is very comprehensive and easy to follow. White recommends users buy a Wacom tablet or stylus for a touchscreen monitor if they’re thinking seriously about digital editing–not just because it’s easier for precise editing, but because you can apply different levels of pressure for more sensitivity, which you can’t do with a simple point-and-click mouse.
As with any type of photography, your first step is to define what subject you are shooting. Once you’re “tuned in” with the minute details in front of you, take time to decide what exactly you want to shoot.
That should cover the equipment you’ll need to get started. Now let’s try to wrap our heads around the all the numbers involved in creating a timelapse. Don’t worry if numbers aren’t your strong point, it’s actually pretty simple to calculate how many frames you will need.
Splash photography can be a fun project to sharpen your strobist skills without having to invest in a lot of equipment, it’s also a great project to work on when the weather outside is less than desirable, as Gavin mentions at the beginning of the clip.
This iPad Photo Recovery tutorial would guide you how to recover deleted photos from iPad with Kvisoft iPad Data Recovery Mac. More info: http://www.kvisoft.com/tutorials/recover-ipad-photos.html
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