Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
Photographing kids is not easy. They’re quick, spontaneous, and not always cooperative. But patience and persistence will get you the shots that you really desire.
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.
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.
When it comes to photography, the word “bracketing” can mean a lot of things. Essentially, it just refers to the practice of taking the same shot several times using different camera options, but it can be done in so many ways.
mages of slot canyons represent one of the most fascinating corners of our planet: the American Southwest. Sandstone, over millions of years, has been eroded by the power of water, creating deep, winding corridors.
Model Jasmin Brunner never had the chance to touch or try on her dress for the Belvedere Vodka photo shoot. In fact, her dress was never tangible; she struck her poses wearing only a nude-colored bra, underwear and shoes.
With any art form, the quality of light is an essential component in the work. This is true when it comes to photography, as well–especially when it comes to architectural and interior photography. Whether it be lighting for hotel photography, residential interiors, or larger architectural corporate interiors, light defines the textures, planes, and atmosphere of the space.
Once you’ve enhanced your photos to perfection, using color adjustments, tonal adjustments, presence, cropping and straightening, and all of the other powerful features available, you’re able to choose one of Lightroom’s sharing modules to publish your work.
On the technical side of things Winiarczyk outfitted himself with a pair of Canon’s, a 7D and a 1000D. Depending on the scene, he switched lenses from anything ranging from a 10mm fisheye all the way through a 300mm zoom.
Product photography can be a fickle subject because it demands a strong understanding of light’s behaviour and how to control it effectively. Extreme attention to detail must be used to identify problems which appear small in the studio but can become huge in the final image, and it takes a lot of creativity to solve the various lighting problems you’ll run in to.
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