Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
On a wedding day photo shoot, a lot of emphasis is put on the beautiful blushing bride, her dress, and her accessories. But don’t forget about the groom—it’s his big day, too! Photographer Jasmine Star gives us a few great tips for photographing men’s wedding details.
An epic journey calls for an epic photograph. This jaw-dropping portrait was taken by staff of Mammut after their climb to a 4,158 meter summit of the Jungfrau. The Jungfrau is one of the main summits located in the Bernese Alps of Switzerland.
Perhaps more than any other photography genre, photojournalism is about telling stories. Photojournalists often tell hopeful tales of great human triumphs, long-awaited reunions, and love, but they are often also tasked with telling the hard stories that no one really wants to hear—the ones about sex slaves and slums and struggling amputees. Whatever the story, photojournalists have to masterfully communicate emotion to the viewer or the viewer won’t be able to connect.
The great thing about digital photography is that you have a wide room for creativity once you are in Photoshop. You can create any kind of effect by playing around with your shots in any way you choose. But what are some in-camera techniques for cutting edge, creative shots? Let’s look at some of the techniques you can play with to get the best professional and artistic shots. It’s fun, and your only limit is how far your imagination can go.
A dog’s bath time can be a pretty stressful experience—for both the dog and the owner. In her Wet Dog portrait series, photographer Sophie Gamand forgets about the human stresses involved and really connects with her animal subjects as they are caught in this vulnerable moment.
When it comes to studio lighting, there are numerous options and preferences. Portrait photography alone comes with a wide array of lighting techniques and possibilities, but some of them aren’t always an option, especially if you’re working in a small home studio.
Sometimes an amazing photograph has everything to do with skill, and sometimes it has to do with being in the right place at the right time. Photographer William Follett combined the two factors in this amazing photo of the Cape Spear Arch iceberg collapsing off the coast of Newfoundland, Canada.
If you’re trying to break free from the auto settings on your camera and make an entry into the world of manual, it’s necessary to understand ISO, aperture, and shutter speed–in addition to knowing how to make them work for you.
There’s a lot of chatter about Apple’s iOS 8, the mobile operating system that’s scheduled to make an appearance this in the fall of 2014. The rumors, speculations, and confirmed details of the release are of special interest to photographers, as a few new camera-related features have been suggested.
In my opinion, landscape photography actually only requires you to be at the right place at the right time. One of the keys to success for landscape photography is patience, and that’s it! Just click and there you go!
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