Tips and Solutions

Latest Tips and Solutions
0 Views
1 day ago
Share
Portrait photographer Lola Melani shares her five tips you need to know before your maternity photoshoot. She covers the importance of creating a shot list, keeping your gear to a minimum, directing your clients, taking inspiration while still coming up with your own photoshoot ideas, and more. How would you style your maternity portraits? Do you have any questions about this type of portraiture...
1 day ago
Share
One of the most effective ways to improve your portraiture is by controlling the light, and one of the most effective ways to control your light is to move it. Seems like a simple enough concept, but it can be daunting at first, especially if you’re using a speedlight or an on-camera flash. Despite its...
1 day ago
Share
Each autumn, as the days get shorter and the weather cools, chlorophyll production slows in hardwood trees and bushes, causing leaves to lose the vibrant green of summer. As these conditions overtake the map, nature puts on a brilliant show of color in many parts of the United States. The changing of the leaves follows a rough pathway from north to south, starting in early September and often...
2 days ago
Share
The creative photographer can produce a seemingly endless range of images using just one light source. This article is designed to help beginners choose a one-light kit perfect for creating portraits. Why One Light? I completely understand why multi-light “studio in a box” kits are tempting to beginner and budget-conscience photographers. Why spend hundreds of dollars on one light when you can...
3 days ago
Share
The most engaging portraits seem to have direct eye contact between subject and viewer, as if the camera were simply a window through which we’re looking. But is it that simple? So much goes into making a good portrait, can success simply come down to eye contact between subject and camera and is it even necessary to concentrate on the eyes for a portrait? There are certainly wonderful portraits...
1 week ago
Share
Have you ever put on your favorite pair of earbuds and thought they sounded muffled? Not quite as crisp as you remember them sounding? If so, the fix may be as easy as giving your buds a deep cleaning. Let's face it—most of us don’t clean our earbuds very often, even though we wear them inside our ears, for crying out loud. On top of it being a bad health habit (dirty earbuds have been found to...
1 week ago
Share
When Nicéphore Niépce invented the first permanent photographic process in the early 19th century, he named it heliographie—or, sun-writing. Nearly two hundred years later, the sun continues to provide a quality light source to photographers at a fraction of the cost of its competitors....
0 Views
1 week ago
Share
Join Jesús Ramirez in this information-packed photo editing tutorial where you will learn how to take complete control of your photo’s color and tone. Jesús shows you all the new features that...
1 week ago
Share
Over time I’ve been fortunate to have been able to shoot with almost every type of film and digital camera imaginable. The funny thing is, out of all of them, the camera that to this day amazes me the most is a pinhole camera I made out of a shoe box. Best part? I used it to photograph a magazine story and (thank goodness) the editors loved the results. All Photographs © Allan Weitz 2020 Pinhole...
by Stan Moniz
1 week ago
Share
Being a photographer and a filmmaker, I've gravitated heavily toward the art form of time-lapse photography. It's the perfect blend of photography and videography, the best of both worlds. Because I mix this art form up with my undying love for capturing the night sky, I’m incredibly passionate about this process and sharing it with others. Time-lapse photography is capturing consecutive...
0 Views
1 week ago
Share
Jared Platt will not only show you how to edit photos in Lightroom Mobile, but how to take photos using the app as well. Thanks to today’s technology, you too can start doing mobile photography and create amazing images all in one app! Similar photography tutorials:
2 weeks ago
Share
As someone who has been obsessed with all things audio for most of my life, I always find it interesting to hear what people have to say about sound quality. I find it especially fascinating to hear the opinions of people who aren’t in the audio field themselves. A great live sound engineer once said to me, “Most folks know something doesn’t sound right; they may not be able to tell you why, but...
2 weeks ago
Share
Troubleshooting doesn’t have to drive you insane. It can and will if you let it. We’ve all been there. Maybe the setup took more time than you thought it would, things got a little rushed, and now you’re not getting signal from the singer’s mic. Or, maybe you’re watching a movie with your family, and all of a sudden there’s no sound. Whether you’re troubleshooting in a professional live sound or...
2 weeks ago
Share
Image sharpness is an important part of the equation when purchasing a new lens. Who among us has purchased a lens without first inquiring about, among other things, how sharp the lens is? Anybody? Don't get me wrong. Lens sharpness is an important piece of criteria when it comes to purchasing a new lens and that's because, just like you, I only want sharp lenses regardless of whether the lens is...
0 Views
3 weeks ago
Share
Go behind the scenes with Maria as she photographs a surprise proposal! She’ll show you her camera gear and settings, as well as other tips for capturing the moment. Have you ever photographed an engagement before?More wedding photography tutorials: How to Photograph Rings...
1 — 16 of 2061 items

Pages

Close

Close

Close