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Photography Tutorials — Technique

Photography » Technique — about 2 years ago
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When it comes to dodging and burning, everyone has their own technique. Some take a little more time than others, but the results will ultimately be better. Fashion, beauty, and portrait photographer Michael Woloszynowicz shows us four different approaches to dodging and burning in Photoshop.
Photography » Technique — about 2 years ago
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On a trip to Antarctica, Alex Cornell came across a rare sight: an iceberg that had flipped upside down revealing its otherworldly glowing underside. Cornell gives us a breakdown of his trip, what he brought, how he shot and processed his image, and lastly how he released the image to the public, resulting in viral success that lasted two weekends.
Photography » Technique — about 2 years ago
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Mesmerized by the bio-luminescence of deep-sea dwellers, artists Friedrich van Schoor and Tarek Mawad wanted to see what would happen if the denizens of the forest had the same captivating ability.
Photography » Technique — about 2 years ago
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In this era of digital photography, Instagram, and iPhoneography, it’s hard to imagine that someone is still doing photography the old fashioned way. To be precise Giles Clement uses a process that dates back 150 years.
Photography » Technique — about 2 years ago
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There is a ton of information on the web about how to photograph small products, but what about the heftier of items like sofas and dining sets? Luckily, photographer Sean Tucker realized this unexplored niche and created a concise and comprehensive guide to shooting large products.
Photography » Technique — over 2 years ago
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You got a new gear and you finally convinced someone to model for the test runs. Ever wonder what your subject might be thinking through the whole ordeal? Well, new media designer Jon Cole has some perspective on the matter.
Photography » Technique — over 2 years ago
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Ansel Adams was one of the pioneers in landscape photography. His work is something extraordinary. Something still relevant today. Thanks to Marc Silber‘s interview with the legendary photographer’s son, Michael Adams, we have the opportunity to see up close how some of his most important photos were born.
Photography » Technique — over 2 years ago
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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.
Photography » Technique — over 2 years ago
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If you shoot macro photography, you know that you have to focus on just a little bit of content, so your final image will be out of focus in some areas. There’s no way around that—until you get to post production.
Photography » Technique — over 2 years ago
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On a dull day, it can be used to simulate sunlight and add contrast to a photograph. In this situation, the flash is the main light source, and its direction should be above and perhaps to one side of the subject, just like sunlight. This entails the use of an off-camera flash. It’s important to remember that even on a dull day, the natural light is directional, and when used correctly, the flash should augment that natural light.
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