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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 9 years ago
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Let’s face it, lighting equipment can be pretty expensive once you add up all the power supplies, light stands, light modifiers, power packs, slaves and whatnot. This is where DIY and nice guys like Kevin Kubota come in.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 7 years ago
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Photographing jewelry can be very challenging, especially when you’re trying to get sharp, close up photos that show off the jewelry’s detail and craftsmanship.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 8 years ago
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Light painting is a fun photography technique where photographers use camera flashes, flashlights, and spotlights to paint light in a scene. It can easily qualify as the best/most fun night photography technique. Although many photographers have attempted it before, only a few have mastered the technique. Below are some very useful tips to consider when you want to perfect your light painting skills.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 8 years ago
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A habit is something one does regularly without thinking. There are good habits, such as looking both ways before crossing a street, more or less benign habits, such as biting the ends of pencils, and bad habits, such as being persistently late. Photographers fall prey to all sorts of bad habits, and becoming aware of them is the first step in breaking yourself of them.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 10 years ago
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Ever wondered how wedding photographers get that razor thin depth of field, well 375 Photography use what they call the 85 trick. Simply they demount an 85mm lens from the camera, and focus by moving the lens to or away from the camera body.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 9 years ago
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In this video Gavin Hoey shows how to make two very different self portraits using a Canon 60D with the exact same lighting set up for both shots. The main difference between the two portraits is the background, a black background for the low key portrait and a white background for the photoshopped portrait.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 9 years ago
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What happens when a talented photographer receives a new toy? They try something new and creative, of course! The Brenizer method is typically achieved with an 85mm lends at f1.4. The goal is to use a telephoto lens at a wide aperture, to create an extremely shallow depth of field at a wide angle, taking multiple shots of the surrounding area for the most profound effect. Then by use of photo editing software the images are stitched together to create one image with an extremely wide angle.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 9 years ago
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Whether you are trying to save a few dollars or just enjoy building your own equipment, you may enjoy the following video which shows us how professional portrait photographer, Tristan Penner, built his own portable portrait studio with supplies that can be found at most hardware stores.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 9 years ago
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Planning an aerial photography session may require a bit more than just photography expertise. If anything, the whole logistics of setting the flyovers to get the best shots possible is, for itself, mind blowing. Each picture is directly influenced by the pilot you’re working with, so one of the very first things you may want to consider when planning an aerial shooting is communication — deeply and thoroughly plan and explain it, both before and during the photo shoot.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 9 years ago
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A successful portrait shoot depends a lot on whether or not the subject is relaxed and up to the challenge of being the center of attention. As the photographer, it’s up to you to give direction and coach your clients to help both of you make better photographs. Unfortunately, many photographers have difficulty conveying instruction because they themselves are uncomfortable in front of the camera or, perhaps, they just need to brush up on their communication skills.
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