1. CSS
  2. Flash
  3. HTML
  4. Illustrator
  5. Java
  6. JavaScript
  7. Maya
  8. Photography
  9. Photoshop
  10. PHP
  11. Ruby
  12. Ruby on Rails
  13. 3ds Max

Photography Tutorials

Photography » Basics — over 3 years ago
Thumbnail
For this shoot, Border wanted to create dramatic photos, with the cars isolated from the background. He put the cars in a pool of light using just one stand light, and then he manually moved the lighting rig along the car, using sound signals to trigger the shutter via his ioShutter SLR.
Photography » Basics — about 4 years ago
Thumbnail
Like something out of the Tomb Raider video game series, this award-winning photograph showcases a fallen World War II Japanese seaplane off the coast of Palau, a microscopically small island nation in the Pacific Ocean. At once eerie, horrifying, and beautiful, it is a true captured moment in history.
Photography » Basics — over 2 years ago
Thumbnail
It’s easy to get caught up in technical details and Photoshop tricks, but sometimes we all need a reminder to get back to basics. Photographer Joshua Cripps has some great tips on how to get better results in your photography.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
Thumbnail
So you’ve read up on the technical side of taking great photos. You know your aperture from your EXIF, and you’ve experimented with shutter speeds. But there is something missing from the photos you’ve been taking. They’re OK, but that’s it. Just OK. Why? Well, here’s a little secret: it’s all about luck. Well, not really. More to the point, great travel photography is about creating your own luck.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
Thumbnail
It’s not unusual for parents to take frequent pictures of their sons and daughters. There are blogs featuring kids around every bend of the web. With the saturation of children’s images out there, it’s hard to break away from the usual cliches. But some photographers have caught attention with their extreme creativity in making photographic memories.
Photography » Basics — about 5 years ago
Thumbnail
A truly fresh and clever idea. Teehan+Lax, a digital experience company, has created a hyperlapse video using photos taken from Google’s Street View. The particular unit which created the hyperlapse says that they are “tasked with exploring the creative uses of technology in the digital channel and framing technical possibilities for the agency, clients, and wider community.” Creative is the key word here, and Teehan+Lax has definitely gained that title:
Photography » Basics — about 4 years ago
Thumbnail
Ivanov uses a full-frame 1:1 camera and and a macro lens to capture the blossoming flakes, which grow hexagonally as water molecules cling to each other in freezing temperatures. Kind of a warm thought, actually.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
Thumbnail
What’s more magical, more festive, more innocent than seeing snow for the first time? For Tilly, a Border Collie in Oklahoma, the pure joy of bounding about in the white playground for the first time was a fantastic experience. Here, her owner captures the look of wonder and delight as snow gently falls on Tilly’s face:
Photography » Basics — over 3 years ago
Thumbnail
If you’ve ever wanted to explain how the aperture on your camera works but didn’t quite have the words, or you’re looking to understand the science behind it just a little better, don’t miss this video by the folks at MinutePhysics.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
Thumbnail
It’s almost like time-travel. Photos from the past have the ability to offer a glimpse of what life was like in another time, another place. Precursors to film photography were being experimented with as early as the 1790s, and ever since then, we’ve had visual records of life — both candid and posed, from everyday events to historic occasions.
Help us out! More and more tutorials are submitted to Good-Tutorials each day. We could use your help with finding good tutorials. Mind lending a hand?