Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
A fresh new celebrity photographer, Steven Taylor, was recently featured over on Framed as he sat down to talk about his humble beginnings as a photographer and how he continues to grow his business.
Many photographers dream of getting published in National Geographic and it’s not just the fierce competition keeping them from realizing their dreams. You have to know what the photo buyers are looking for.
When you start out in photography the first thing you need to know is how to set the exposure and f-stops on your camera. If you don’t learn this, then all your shot will be the same. Exposure and f-stops on your camera is the key to great photographs. They can make or break a picture.
Imagine the possibilities when a master pyrotechnician and skilled photographer decide to join forces for one epic photo shoot. If you think that sounds pretty cool, take a look at what really happens as Montrel based photographer, Ben Von Wong, heads over to Paris to work with Andrey Das, fire artist extraordinaire.
The options that a photographer has to light a person’s face and body are many. You may use different types of lights such as parabolic or diffused and you may position them in endless combinations.
While it’s important to understand the elements of exposure, those techniques won’t guarantee an emotional connection with your subject. Here are five ways to help you capture the moment that connects with your viewers.
Great people inspire us. From Leonardo to Shakespeare, great people instil wonderment and a sense of awe in us, which in turn inspires us to attain our own greatness. The world of photography has its own legends like Ansel Adams, Richard Avedon and Bresson Cartier, just to name a few.
Rembrandt lighting is one of the core lighting setups used by portrait photographers because its ability to produce softly lit facial features. The trademark brand of Rembrandt lighting is a triangular shaped spot of light that sits just beneath one eye and runs the length of the nose.
Kai is up to his antics again, this time pitting himself and a Porsche 964 Speedster against aerial photogrpahy master, Graham Uden and a helicopter. The challenge requires Uden to hunt down Kai from a helicopter and take 10 photographs of him speeding around the island.
Start your photography journey with the equipment you can afford and don’t be tempted to spend huge money! The range of point and shoot cameras now available at very reasonable prices are really all you need to start.
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