Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
City skylines have long been an interest of photographers and videographers alike. Dominic Boudreault is no exception. The Quebec based photographer compiled a dramatic timelapse using hundreds of thousands of individual photos he captured in cities ranging from Chicago to New York to Quebec.
Learn how get great results using light and color in your composition. This photography tutorial will give you an understanding about tonal contrast, Rembrandt lighting, basic color theory, and more.
Most would agree that artful photography requires a fair amount of creativity. But is creativity something you’re born with? Or is it a process that takes hard work and dedication?
Take a look at the photograph below and ask yourself, “How was it created?” At first it looks like it’s a beautiful shot snapped from the sidelines on a racetrack, but then you notice the blurred background suggesting that the camera was actually moving with the car.
A bad pose can ruin a Portrait. A great pose can turn it into something special. As a portrait photographer (at any skill level) it’s your job to make sure the people in your viewfinder are positioned perfectly so their beauty can shine and be captured forever. This new eBook shares posing tips and tricks that author Gina Milicia has used on royalty, rockstars & supermodels.
Back in 2008, the first DSLR with HD video recording capability was released as the Nikon D90. This added a whole new twist to the world of photography as still photographers made the leap to video, and cinematographers transitioned to using DSLRs. But as exciting as it was, photographers were faced with a new dilemma.
When it comes to photography, the word “rain” can bring a sense of panic to even the most experienced photographer. While many photographers would advise waiting until the rain clears up, or returning when the sun has decided to emerge again, in some cases this isn’t always possible.
Photography takes many forms and incorporates many different styles, most of which either fall into the categories of documentary or fine art. It is in the second category that we find abstract photography, a means of visual expression that’s purpose is not to inform the viewer, but to engage and excite.
F-stop pro photographer Jeff Curtes is no stranger to the outdoors. Skiing, snowboarding, cycling, Curtes loves the world of outdoor sports and he loves photographing them. Starting out shooting photos of his brother, (who became a pro snowboarder) he was able to gain attention for the blossoming sport and became a favorite among his clients for his intimate knowledge & passion for the subject.
This is a must-see photography documentary called “Beyond: Varanasi, India“. It chronicles a large-scale photographic excursion to one of the more intense culture shocks a Westerner can experience; the traditional Indian way of living is almost immeasurably different from our own, and this video gives deep insight from an American perspective. See the whole inspiring film here:
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