Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Dedicated macro lenses can cost a lot of money. Budding macro photographers usually resort to alternate methods in order to shoot close-up photos without breaking the bank: the reverse ring technique, extension tubes, close-up filters, the list goes on.
After your have seen this video, you will no longer complain that you don’t have a professional studio. Miguel Quiles is a portrait and wedding photographer, and to demonstrate that you don’t need more than just a few feet of space to shoot gorgeous images, he sets up a session in a small area right in his living room.
Sometimes it takes time to see what your images mean in the grand scheme of things. Discovering that theme can lead to powerful stories that can inspire others. Photographer Angela Strassheim‘s latest exhibit, Project Atrium, illustrates the transition from a child to adult.
On September 6, 2012, Stephen Confer captured this image of the Space Shuttle Endeavour riding piggyback on a 747, accompanied by two other jets which look like bodyguards.
One of the world’s most well-known portrait photographers—with a portfolio full of celebrities—gives us some invaluable advice on how to take an excellent portrait. Renowned photographer Jillian Edelstein talks about her encounter with Nelson Mandela and how he reacted to having his portrait taken while he was president.
How sturdy is a tripod really? Photographer Joe McNally had a vision of balancing a gymnast on top of a tripod and finally had the opportunity to put his plan into action.
If you’ve decided you’d like to get more into photography, or you’re ready to make a career from your photos, you’ll probably want to make sure that you’ve got the right camera for the photography you want to do.
Studio lighting is an essential addition to most photographers’ arsenal. It allows us to create natural lighting effects in a variety of situations, and is far more controllable than a flashgun. And, with so many options available nowadays, it doesn’t have to be confined to a studio.
You don’t need a huge studio lighting setup to get professional results. Joseph W. Carey proves that all you need is a speed light to get started with flash.
Most of us hanging around picture-sharing websites have seen light painting done with steel wool. It’s looks cool, but it’s become a bit commonplace.
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