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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Basics — almost 8 years ago
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Cooper uses traditional animation cels and his iPhone 5s to insert his cartoons into real world scenes. He can take virtually any everyday scene—from a coffee shop to a simple lonesome country highway—and turn them into magical stories involving giant bugs drinking coffee or Bigfoot mama and baby roaming the countryside.
Photography » Basics — over 8 years ago
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While symbolism is clearly important in art, economic impact is also of utmost concern to Rodríguez-Gerada. As such, he uses only local, natural materials that harbor no negative environmental impacts, such as charcoal—and for WISH, mountains of dirt, sand, and rocks.
Photography » Basics — almost 8 years ago
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A simple 25 millimeter black marble is all it takes to help locate the direction of light, particularly in wide-open bright space. Like the reflection on an eye, look for the catch light on the marble. By twisting your wrist around and moving the marble side to side the change in light and shadows will help to localize the source.
Photography » Basics — about 10 years ago
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The short film takes us behind the scenes in a day in the life of a photojournalist as they individually recount their experiences and offer insight on the current state of photojournalism.
Photography » Basics — over 8 years ago
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Kirk created this video as a fun way to document his hiking goal for 2011, but he also resolved to hike 100 times by 2014, again documenting his adventure through photographs. Instead of taking selfies, he used items he found along the way to create and photograph the number of each hike. He compiled the photos on his 100 hikes website. He hopes to encourage and inspire others to embrace the hiking lifestyle.
Photography » Basics — almost 10 years ago
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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.
Photography » Basics — almost 11 years ago
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Lightroom 3 has a new series of Noise, Grain, and Vignette options. NAPP Instructor RC Concepcion goes over what changes have occurred in Lightroom 3.
Photography » Basics — over 8 years ago
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In this charming photo by Elena Shumilova, a very large dog follows a very small boy through a sunlit field. Captured during what photographers refer to as “the golden hour”—the first or last hour of sunlight during the day—this photo depicts the warm glow that lends such a special quality to photos taken during this time.
Photography » Basics — over 8 years ago
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In this video, Clark appears to be using an older Nikon camera (another Japanese brand with a reputation for high-quality, consumer-friendly products). The model is most likely a D80 with an 18-135mm lens. The reflective technique Clark uses is simple to execute, and can be done in almost any weather with almost any lens.
Photography » Basics — almost 8 years ago
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The initial moments of a photo shoot can be daunting when first viewing the location and subject. But a bit of planning makes things easier. In this video, Corey Rich shows us his creative process as he shoots a personal project at a local CrossFit gym.
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