1. CSS
  2. Flash
  3. HTML
  4. Illustrator
  5. Java
  6. JavaScript
  7. Maya
  8. Photography
  9. Photoshop
  10. PHP
  11. Ruby
  12. Ruby on Rails
  13. 3ds Max

Photography Tutorials — Tips and Tricks

Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 8 years ago
Thumbnail
Here are 10 tips I have learned over the years to taking beautiful fashion photos.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 8 years ago
Thumbnail
Do you want your photographs to be like visual poetry? Then follow this advice from Chris Orwig, the popular workshop speaker and Brooks Institute faculty member.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 8 years ago
Thumbnail
Joe McNally, whose work has graced the pages of Sports Illustrated, National Geographic, and Time (to name a few), shares the stories behind some of his greatest shots as well as the lighting techniques he used to make them great.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 8 years ago
Thumbnail
Each person has some unique quality that deserves photographing. It doesn’t have to be perfect skin, a remodeled nose, pouting mouth, stunning eyes. But it should be some quality that best communicates the person’s individuality.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 8 years ago
Thumbnail
When photographing waterfalls, all you really need to do is find the characteristics of your waterfall, and then do what you can to capture them. Your waterfall might be gentle and docile, or raging and flamboyant. Regardless of the mood your waterfall portrays, this guide will help you capture it in a beautiful photograph.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 8 years ago
Thumbnail
Monochrome photographs are timeless, especially black and white photographs. They enhance emotional substance and have a disposition of making photos look more artistic.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 8 years ago
Thumbnail
Black and white photography is a beautiful medium and an artform practised by some of the world's greatest photographers. But newcomers to black and white photography, however much they enjoy it, may miss one thing - colour. The good news is that it's easy to add colour to black and white images. Photographers have been doing it for decades, both in the darkroom and digitally, through a process called toning.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 8 years ago
Thumbnail
Have you ever got home after what you thought was a great day’s photography, only to upload your images and find that they were sharp in either the foreground or background but with the rest of the image not quite in focus? By applying the simple rules of Hyperfocal Distance you can be sure that you are shooting images which are sharp from foreground to background on almost every occasion. I will be using an image that I took recently of Castlerigg Stone Circle to show you how you can put t
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 8 years ago
Thumbnail
This tutorial will show you how to "scan" your film using a Digital SLR. The reason for using a digital camera instead of a film scanner is to save money and ensure that your film is safe. A good film scanner is not cheap, so the investment is only worth it if you scan a lot of film. Your other option would to have your film scanned by a lab, but many people are not comfortable sending off film in the mail.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 8 years ago
Thumbnail
One of the most important aspects of digital photography is post-processing; it is just as important as the photo shoot itself. Think of your post-processing workflow as your own personal dark room; how you go about it will determine the quality and production value of your photographs.
Help us out! More and more tutorials are submitted to Good-Tutorials each day. We could use your help with finding good tutorials. Mind lending a hand?