Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
There are fewer genres more appropriate for the winter season than ice photography. The stark, natural beauty of frozen water makes it the ideal subject for this time of year. As the temperature outside begins to dip lower and lower, your opportunities for snapping memorable pictures only get greater and greater.
A photographer wanted to try something different and attached multicolored glow sticks to each of his limbs during a long exposure shot and the result was amazing.
Retouching gradient skies can be somewhat tricky to do. In today’s video, we’ll go through a few of the steps required to edit and retouch gradient skies using Adobe Photoshop as well as look at some of the tools that are at our disposal and which ones work best.
In this article we’ll look at ten tips that can help you to improve your night photographs and get the most out of your time shooting after dark. Follow these ten tips and you’ll speed up the learning curve of night photography.
You have great ideas and you have a camera with incredible capabilities. All you need to do is translate your ideas into photographs. But which settings create which effects? What choices do professional photographers make? When and how to use HDR? These two popular in-depth ebooks aim to give you creative control of your camera so you can turn your ideas into stunning landscape photography.
Getting great studio lighting in your portraiture doesn’t have to mean an intricate setup. And most times simplicity works best. All you need is a strobe or two and a plain, dark background.
Most photographers start shooting with the sun behind them. After all, it’s what many beginning photography books suggest. But, that’s really missing out on a great part of portraiture—backlight.
Photoshop CC 2014 tutorial showing how to create a multidirectional, optical illusion, photo portrait. Is the face looking to the left or towards the camera?
Whether it’s experimenting with a new camera setting, or mastering a technique that you’ve long been wanting to learn, pushing yourself to embark on projects that are both interesting and challenging is a great way to test out newly learned theory, and can help to cement concepts and techniques in your mind.
Fifteen years ago, stock photography was a lot less complicated. You could shoot a globe, a handshake between two guys dressed in business suits, or even a smiling portrait of a woman dressed in formals and hope to make some bucks.
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