Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
The zoom hyperlapse is like a timelapse on steroids. It’s a visually engaging stop-motion timelapse technique that gives us an accelerated view of real time, with an added 3D movement effect. It differs from timelapse in that the photographs are taken of a single vantage point over a long distance, rather than a short dolly movement.
Some of the cutest children pictures are taken during the infant and toddler years. This is when kids experience their “firsts”. Whether it’s crawling, yawning, smiling, or walking, capturing that moment is priceless. Photographing a baby is not an easy task. Working around the wiggling and squirming or the pouting and crying to get the perfect picture takes time.
Imagine a world in which the only thing standing between you and a life of movie-making stardom was a simple photo. A world where huge movie studios called all the shots and stars were made, not born. This was the world of the glamour portrait—the photo that could make or break your film career.
Using styles and techniques learned by studying the portraits in high fashion editorials like Vogue, wedding photographers Justin & Mary have been out there creating some pretty iconic bridal shoots.
Improve your photos with these five tips for using off-camera flash. Then, learn even more essential off-camera flash techniques when you enroll in award-winning photographer Neil van Niekerk’s online Craftsy class Off-Camera Flash Photography for just $39.99 today—that’s 50% off for PictureCorrect readers.
Curves are one of the most powerful tools in Photoshop. The number of ways that you can use them is astounding. But, they can also be rather complicated to learn and, for that reason, many people avoid them altogether.
What do you need to create an epic astro timelapse? Cameras, lenses, tripods, a bunch of dedicated star chasers, and an epic location—possibly devoid of any light pollution. Timelapse photographer Gavin Heffernan and his team headed out for the Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks to create an astro timelapse.
Do you ever feel like you are losing your creative abilities when you can’t come up with a fresh idea for your next photo shoot? You’re not alone, and you don’t need to worry. You’re still creative, you just need to know how to harness your creative energy to get your wheels turning again.
Ever wish you could get stunning fashion images straight out of your camera? No Photoshop or Lightroom; no touch ups. Sounds pretty close to impossible, right? Well, that’s exactly what the team shooting for the brochure for the new Nikon D810 set out to do.
Cohen also notes a lot of the difficulty comes from the restrictions in place when photographing famous athletes, such as not having a say in location. She often has to shoot portraits in conference rooms and other places where she is not at liberty to build a set. She says you have to look at what you have to work with first, then start designing the photo shoot to make it beautiful.
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