Apr 07, 2011 — 11 comments
In this short tutorial, photographer Mark Wallace demonstrates some of his creative lighting problem-solving when presented with a unique opportunity while on the road.
Adobe’s Lightroom, one of the most versatile pieces of photography software currently available. The following video from Phlearn, which aims to teach you how to create a panorama in Lightroom.
Photographer Harry Fisch shares lessons as he worked organizing tours. He came up with a list of essential tips that he thinks everyone should keep in mind when heading on a photographic tour or workshop.
Becoming a great photographer is a lot harder than most people think. It requires a lot of insight, practice, and understanding of what photography actually is.
Still life photographs don’t require photographers to travel to exotic places. This is one branch of photography in which anybody can participate.
Some effects take time and a great deal of technical knowledge to achieve — however, there is much that can be achieved with little to no real technical expertise.
In the video, DigitalRev shows how you can create the effect that somebody is on fire without actually setting fire to your subject. And since real props often yield better results than digitally altering the photo, we thought it was a good idea, as well.
Portrait photography isn’t that difficult, but there is a tried-and-true methodology that you can use to produce great portraits — as opposed to just making happy snaps.
Manual lenses are becoming more popular as adapters make it easier to use whatever lens you like. Mark Wallace gives us a tutorial on how to set up your manual lens and throws in some practical tips for when and where a manual lens can be best utilized.
This mom blew the world away with gorgeous photos of her kids, and now she shares some tips with us for photographing children. Elena Shumilova has over 60 million views on her photos, and SmugMug visited her in her home in Russia to see her process first hand.
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