Apr 07, 2011 — 6 comments
Ever notice that when you try to blur a really colorful image in Photoshop or Instagram, you end up with a dark, ugly line between colors? We wouldn’t see that line in real life, so why does it appear on the computer? MinutePhysics tells us why this dark boundary shows up and explains the mathematics behind color blending on computers.
Which photographic representation is better: color or black and white?
Gavin Hoey gives us a tutorial on how to set up your flash and your camera for a perfect frozen object, and he also shares some quick Photoshop editing tips.
Wedding photographer Jasmine Star gives a few pointers on how to pose your bride and groom comfortably to avoid catching those awkward moments on camera.
Editorial photography is all about story-telling. A great photo essay should begin long before you actually start shooting. Olympus Visionary Photographer Larry Price has some great tips on how to shoot photojournalistic photography and tell a powerful story through images.
Lightroom has proven time and time again to be a great utility as a photo editing software, and if you know how to use it correctly it can work wonders. A quick tip on working with Lightroom comes from the following video by wedding photographer Trevor Dayley.
When photographing constellations such as the Orion, the biggest challenges are getting the right white balance and handling digital noise. Photographer Ian Norman shows how to shoot and post process the perfect image of the stars.
In the case of composition, there are some rules that should be followed—at least sometimes. Here, COOPH explains nine essential tips for great composition using the work of world-renowned and influential photographer, Steve McCurry.
In order for a picture to come out perfectly, you need to pay attention to all details—not just the ones you want the viewer to focus on, but all of them. Jay P. Morgan focuses on photographing and outlining hair and is useful both when you’re taking the photo and afterwards, when you’re post-processing it.
Of all the types of photography, one the most difficult to prepare for is nature photography, and especially bird photography. Arthur Morris explains how to properly scout the location when photographing birds in the wild.
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