Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
There are fewer genres more appropriate for the winter season than ice photography. The stark, natural beauty of frozen water makes it the ideal subject for this time of year. As the temperature outside begins to dip lower and lower, your opportunities for snapping memorable pictures only get greater and greater.
Using a snoot can give your photos just the right quality of light if you’re going for a high-contrast final image. Jay P. Morgan discusses everything about a snoot and how to create your own DIY version of it.
We found some of the most breathtaking, adrenaline pumping scenes. If you’re into motocross, parkour, kite surfing, paragliding, rock climbing, sky diving, or any other extreme sport, you’re gonna enjoy this!
When was the last time you saw an animated short and felt a lump in your throat? Watch this animation, a creation of two students at the Loyola Marymount University in LA.
Nature and landscape photographer John Greengo walks you through his tried and true framing rules that can elevate your work from cluttered and confusing to clean and beautiful.
If buying a new camera or lens gives you nightmares of random photography terminology, you are not alone. One term that you’re likely to hear more often than others is optical image stabilization. Know more about it in this tutorial.
You got a new gear and you finally convinced someone to model for the test runs. Ever wonder what your subject might be thinking through the whole ordeal? Well, new media designer Jon Cole has some perspective on the matter.
Most of us don’t exactly welcome freezing cold mornings. They make it difficult to get out of bed. But photographers who manage to get out from under the covers at an early hour are rewarded by scenery such as this.
A photographer wanted to try something different and attached multicolored glow sticks to each of his limbs during a long exposure shot and the result was amazing.
Jesús Ramirez shows us three ways to achieve a cinematic effect on your image in Photoshop. Ramirez goes in depth on using color curve layers and also shows us some shortcuts using color adjustment layers and color lookup adjustment layers.
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