About 1091 filtered results
In Part 2 of this four-part Intro to Photography series, Sony Artisan of Imagery Tony Gale breaks down basic camera settings, such as exposure, white balance, auto vs. manual focusing, and RAW vs. JPEG. Read Part 1 of this series here. 0:00 - Introduction 5:12 - Types of Settings 11:10 - Exposure 17:35 - ISO 21:01 - Aperture 26:33 - Shutter Speed 39:29 - White Balance 44:01 - Focusing 47:07 - JPEG and Raw Files 51:12 - Q
In this video, FUJIFILM X Creator Shotti NYC shows you how to make your portraiture pop by incorporating vibrant and striking color with gels and backdrops. 0:00 - Introduction 0:33 - Photoshoot 5:29 - Final Thoughts Ready to experiment with bold, new colors in your photography? Drop us a line in the Comments section, below. Sponsored by
by Todd Vorenkamp · Posted 05/03/2023
The closest you will ever get to an out-of-this-world experience while standing on terra firma is during a total solar eclipse. I have experienced two partial eclipses in my life before August 21, 2017, and both were memorable, but they were nothing like what happened on the 21st. Here is what I experienced, as well as some photographic lessons learned. The Setup My girlfriend, Jaime, and I end up in Nashville, TN, standing off to the side of the EN Peeler Park’s model airplane runway. We arrive an hour before the start of the eclipse to set
Ashok Sinha discusses the process of taking photos for his book Gas and Glamour. He explains his book planning process, how he found funding, promoted his book, as well as suggesting more tips gained from his experience. 0:00 - Overview 1:00 - Beginnings 3:46 - Images 16:58 - Getting Ready 23:24 - Fundraising 25:20 - Production 27:50 - Outreach 30:47 - What's Next? 33:47 - Q&A Feeling inspired to work on your own book? Tell us about it in the Comments section, below.
Scott Kelby (@KelbyOne) gives you a crash course on the tools and techniques he uses in Camera Raw and Photoshop when adding the finishing touches to his portraits. 0:00 - Overview 1:14 - Masking 4:09 - Neural Filters 13:55 – Selecting the Subject 20:46 - Fixing Eyes 25:46 - Retouching Blemishes, Dark Circles, and Bloodshot Eyes 32:40 - Liquefy 43:00 - Miscellaneous Tips Did you find these tips helpful? Let us know why, in the Comments section, below.
For Mother’s Day, let’s learn how to take photos of your mom that she will really like. Whether you're photographing a mom and her kids or a solo portrait, Maria Perez’s five tips, such as finding the right lighting or taking candid photos, will help you highlight her beauty. Do you have any tips to share on how to take great portraits of mom? Use the Comments section, below, to describe your technique.
Welcome to our four-part Introduction to Photography series. In this first video, Sony Artisan of Imagery Tony Gale discusses the first thing you need to know about photography: the various types of cameras and lenses. By the end of this video, you'll know how to choose a camera that is right for you. 0:00 - Introduction 4:30 - Different Cameras for Different Needs 7:11 - Camera Types 20:46 - Checking out the Specs and Deciding What Kind of Photos to Take 26:19 - Sensor Types and Sizes 28:16 - Resolution 30:48 - Lens Types 38:23 - APS-C vs.
Are you looking for ways to transform your images using ordinary items? We’ve got you covered. In this video, FUJIFILM X Creator Shotti NYC uses objects from around his studio to frame his subject and create a DIY light modifier. 0:00 - Introduction 0:25 - Setup 1 1:53 - Setup 2 3:58 - Setup 3 5:27 - Setup 4 6:22 - Final Thoughts What items around your home do you think would make good portrait props? Tell us about them in the Comments section, below. Sponsored by
Being prepared is crucial when photographing a concert. In this video, Gabriela Gabrielaa offers her tips on what you need to do to get the perfect concert shot. She explains what to research before attending a show, what gear to choose, and shares other helpful suggestions. 0:00 - Introduction 0:18 - Research 1:11 - Lenses 2:27 - Accessories 2:57 - Clothing 3:29 - Quickly Editing 4:20 - Bonus Tip What do you do to prepare to photograph a concert? Let us know in the Comments section, below.
Do your landscape photos look a little flat? Well, you’re in luck. In this video, Alex Hinson teaches you about the key tools in Adobe Lightroom that will help bring out those gorgeous, natural colors in your photos. 0:00 - Introduction 1:20 - How to Bring out the Colors you Want 2:58 - Image Editing Tools 9:07 - Getting a Great Final Image, from Capture to Edit 10:07 - Using Filters 11:11 - NFTs in Art and Photography 13:26 - Why Use Lightroom 15:00 - Staying Inspired 17:07 - Final Thoughts Ready to start taking your landscape photography
Throughout his career, photographer David Zimand has been drawn to capturing people’s faces, especially their eyes. After a recent motorcycle accident, however, Zimand has used street portraiture as a kind of physical therapy for his brain. Join us as Zimand shares his journey through photography. 0:00 - The Accident 6:32 - Portraiture 16:39 - Street Portraiture 24:16 - Love and Happiness 27:03 - Q&A What drew you to portrait photography? Let us know in the Comments section, below.
Anya Anti takes intriguing, surreal portraits and in this video, she’ll walk us through her workflow for editing those photos in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop. 0:00 - Anti’s Work 1:30 - The Photoshoot 3:30 - Lightroom Edits 14:24 - Photoshop Edits 54:56 - Q&A Are you a portrait photographer as well? Can you describe your workflow here? Let us know in the Comments section, below.
Join FUJIFILM X Creator Shotti NYC in his studio as he shares his techniques for capturing and accentuating unique facial structures. You'll learn how to create depth with light and shadow, where to position your lights in relation to your subject, and other useful tips. 0:00 - Introduction 0:29 - Photo Shoot 8:10 - Summing It All Up 8:34 - Final Thoughts Do you have any lighting tips to share? Please do so in the Comments section, below. Sponsored by
by Todd Vorenkamp · Posted 04/19/2023
When the moon passes directly between Earth and the sun, those on Earth are treated to one of nature’s greatest spectacles—a total solar eclipse. It is a phenomenon that almost every observer would like to capture in a photograph. Due to the rarity of the event, the short duration in which to capture it, and the dynamic nature of the subject, it is one of those photographic opportunities that requires the proper gear, setup, planning, and practice. Eclipse and solar photographs © Todd Vorenkamp I cannot emphasize the previous sentence enough.