Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Taking great pictures of your vacation can be easy if you have a few basic photography skills. In this article, you will find seven travel photography tips that will help you take fantastic pictures that you’ll enjoy for years to come.
From focal points and lighting, to weather, foreground, SHUTTER speed and more, Professional photographer David McLain provides tips for capturing great landscape and nature photography.
From a young age, Darren Jew has wanted to do exactly what he is doing now. He has the incredibly cool job of being an underwater photographer and he loves every aspect of it—from the way the light falls in the sea to the powerful experience of swimming with whales.
There are countless light modifiers on the market designed for specific purposes. Photographer Andrea Belluso, however, goes outside the box and shows us how to be more creative with light-shaping tools.
Want to know the secrets to taking your best photos ever, right outside your own doorstep? Get nine pro tips for shooting amazing intimate landscapes. Plus, see here for your chance to take professional photographer Rob Sheppard’s online Craftsy class, Shooting Intimate Landscapes (a $59.99 value), and learn how to use composition and lighting to take your photo from ordinary to extraordinary.
We all know that photography is about capturing light. We all know that the basic setup for a portrait requires three lights. Now for the ugly part: buying good quality studio PORTRAIT LIGHTS is expensive! Enter photography reflectors.
Ever since the first digital cameras became commercially available, the technology has moved along at an alarmingly quick pace. For those of us who work as pros, it’s a given that the minute we buy a DSLR of any shape or size it will become obsolete. But, of course, as pros we must keep up to date with technology and make sure that we are using the right equipment for the job.
It’s that timeless question among photographers: how much photo-editing is too much? Some argue that photographs should only be “tweaked” by post-processing software so as to remain as true to reality as possible, while others maintain that anything goes as long as it looks good.
This is a comprehensive suite of presets for Lightroom users designed to drastically improve workflows for processing and editing landscape photos. While there are other systems of workflow presets available for Lightroom users, Landscape Legend was created specifically with landscape photos in mind.
Adobe Lightroom is such a powerful tool. So much that many photographers don’t even touch Photoshop these days and work solely in Lightroom. In today's tutorial video we’ll show you how to use the Radial filter in Lightroom to add impact to your images.
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