Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Using the “Halo light” pattern in your photo lighting! Here is a photo tip I’ve recently read that I disagree with…
As any wildlife photographer can tell you a large part of their job is waiting and hoping the right opportunity presents itself. There was no exception to that rule when wildlife photographer, Florian Schulz, travelled to the frozen Arctic with a film crew while making the environmental documentary, To The Arctic 3D.
These days it’s difficult to determine what is considered a great photograph. It’s easy to conclude that if you have the most expensive equipment. You should then be able to create the best photograph.
In the seminar Kelby himself takes viewers on an educational walk through of his personal workflow, starting with composition and ending with a finished, edited photograph. Don’t let the length of this seminar–just over an hour long–discourage you from watching it.
Approaching strangers on the street and asking them if you can photograph them for your portfolio can be very intimidating for most photographers. Jimmy Hickey, however, almost has the task down to a science and he’s here to share some of his experience with us in the form of a whole slew of helpful hints.
The video takes viewers on a behind the scenes tour of the various sets used throughout the shoot. Being able to see how Bradshaw lit the different sets was pretty awesome, those of you who like to equipment spot will be treated to all kinds of eye candy in this one.
We all love to see fireworks displays with the bright colors displayed against the night sky. Some of the displays can be quite spectacular. If you like taking pictures, there is no doubt that you will see the fireworks display as a great photo opportunity.
Afghan street photographers–there are reportedly only two of them–go about taking photographers in a much different way. Using what they refer to as a kamra-e-faoree, which roughly translates to instant camera, the process of creating a photograph takes place entirely inside the large wooden box camera.
Digital cameras, like most electronic devices, need extra care when being handled. They have sensitive parts that can be damaged by improper handling. These are the most common practices that can help you maintain your camera so that you can use it for a much longer time.
Inspired by taking a long exposure night sky shot at a star gazing party in 2009, photographer Alex Cherney set himself a project. To combine two of his photographic passions namely ocean and night sky into one stunning time lapse sequence.
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