31. Oktober 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Take Photos Like the Great Joel Meyerowitz

How to Take Photos Like the Great Joel Meyerowitz

Photographer and YouTuber Frederik Trovatten has just released episode three of his popular “How to take photos like…” series. He started with Vivian Maier, moved on to Robert Frank, and this week he’s breakin… Read the rest “How to Take Photos Like the Great Joel Meyerowitz”

31. Oktober 2020
von Nicola Tröhler
Kommentare deaktiviert für Tutorial: Make Your Own Hard-Cover Photography Portfolio

Tutorial: Make Your Own Hard-Cover Photography Portfolio

When I started freelancing as a professional photographer, I knew I had to put together a printed portfolio. Unfortunately, I found it very hard to find useful resources on the Internet on how to actually do this. As I had some experience in b… Read the rest “Tutorial: Make Your Own Hard-Cover Photography Portfolio”

30. Oktober 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Make a Home Portrait Studio for as Little as $20

How to Make a Home Portrait Studio for as Little as $20

Pye Jirsa from Lin and Jirsa Photography and SLR Lounge dispels the idea that making a great home studio is expensive. In this 20-minute video, Jirsa explains how you can make a quick studio at home for as little as $20.

Though the whole video i… Read the rest “How to Make a Home Portrait Studio for as Little as $20”

29. Oktober 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Get Professional Results with Photoshop’s AI Sky Replacement Tool

How to Get Professional Results with Photoshop’s AI Sky Replacement Tool

One of the major updates to the latest version of Photoshop is the addition of Sky Replacement: a tool that has the potential to save you a ton of time when editing your landscape images. But as Aaron Nace explains in this video, this AI-powere… Read the rest “How to Get Professional Results with Photoshop’s AI Sky Replacement Tool”

22. Oktober 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für This Project Aims to Teach Anyone How to Make TV-Caliber, Visually-Striking Videos

This Project Aims to Teach Anyone How to Make TV-Caliber, Visually-Striking Videos

Steve Giralt is a New York City-based director, visual engineer, and founder of production company The Garage. He shoots those visually-stunning commercials you see on TV, and while most studios keep secret how they are made, Giralt want… Read the rest “This Project Aims to Teach Anyone How to Make TV-Caliber, Visually-Striking Videos”

22. Oktober 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Capture Professional Whiskey Product Shots with Only One Light

How to Capture Professional Whiskey Product Shots with Only One Light

Photographer Dustin Dolby is back with a new no-frills product photography tutorials that his viewers have been asking him to do for ages: whiskey. In this walkthrough video, he takes you step-by-step through the entire process of captur… Read the rest “How to Capture Professional Whiskey Product Shots with Only One Light”

20. Oktober 2020
von Maximilian Simson
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Shoot Otherworldly Macro Photos of Soap Bubbles

How to Shoot Otherworldly Macro Photos of Soap Bubbles

There are certain subjects in the macro world, which are so fascinating and absorbing that almost every macro photographer will point a camera at them at some point. No matter how many photos you take or see of these subjects, their charm doe… Read the rest “How to Shoot Otherworldly Macro Photos of Soap Bubbles”

19. Oktober 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Use Photoshop to Turn Video Into Long Exposure Photos

How to Use Photoshop to Turn Video Into Long Exposure Photos

As you may very well know, long exposure photography is a method by which you expose a sensor to a scene for an extended period of time. But in this 15-minute video, PiXimperfect asks the question, then isn’t a video just a long exposure… Read the rest “How to Use Photoshop to Turn Video Into Long Exposure Photos”

19. Oktober 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für Photo Idea: How to Capture Creative Reflection Portraits

Photo Idea: How to Capture Creative Reflection Portraits

Capturing cool reflection portraits might seem like a breeze—you just put someone behind some glass and go ham, right? But as photographer Matt Granger explains in this tutorial, even a basic understanding of the “key variables&#… Read the rest “Photo Idea: How to Capture Creative Reflection Portraits”

17. Oktober 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für Ilford is Creating a Set of Super Helpful ‘Darkroom Guides’ on YouTube

Ilford is Creating a Set of Super Helpful ‘Darkroom Guides’ on YouTube

Over the past seven months, Ilford has been publishing a set of helpful “Darkroom Guides” to the How To playlist on the company YouTube channel. The series was created to help film photographers take their “next steps i… Read the rest “Ilford is Creating a Set of Super Helpful ‘Darkroom Guides’ on YouTube”

16. Oktober 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Drone Photo Tips: How To Make Inception-Like Images

Drone Photo Tips: How To Make Inception-Like Images

If you’ve seen the movie Inception, you’re likely very familiar with that one scene where physical space is bent on top of itself. It’s one of the movie’s most iconic visuals, and in this 3-minute video, COOPH sho… Read the rest “Drone Photo Tips: How To Make Inception-Like Images”

16. Oktober 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für 8 Reasons Why Your Photos Suck, and How to Fix Them

8 Reasons Why Your Photos Suck, and How to Fix Them

Professional photographers Daniel and Rachel of Mango Street have published a helpful video that covers the 8 most common mistakes that they see beginner photographers make. In other words: these are the 8 reasons why your photos suck, an… Read the rest “8 Reasons Why Your Photos Suck, and How to Fix Them”

15. Oktober 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für Photoshop 101: What’s the Difference Between Curves and Levels?

Photoshop 101: What’s the Difference Between Curves and Levels?

If you want to manipulate the light and color information in an image using Photoshop, two of the most common tools for the task are Curves and Levels. But how do these two adjustments actually differ? And when might you choose to use one inste… Read the rest “Photoshop 101: What’s the Difference Between Curves and Levels?”

14. Oktober 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für A Simple Trick for Adding Drama to a Product Photo

A Simple Trick for Adding Drama to a Product Photo

Here’s a quick tip from talented photographer, filmmaker, and YouTube star Peter McKinnon. In his latest “two-minute Tuesday” video, he showed how adding a simple overlay onto some black foam core can take a basic top… Read the rest “A Simple Trick for Adding Drama to a Product Photo”

12. Oktober 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für 10 Minute Crash Course: Using Filters for Landscape Photography

10 Minute Crash Course: Using Filters for Landscape Photography

Photographer Nicco Valenzuela recently published a helpful “crash course” that covers everything you need to know to get started using lens filters for landscape photography. The video covers everything from the two main … Read the rest “10 Minute Crash Course: Using Filters for Landscape Photography”

8. Oktober 2020
von Darren Lewey
Kommentare deaktiviert für The Building Blocks of Artistic Portrait Photography

The Building Blocks of Artistic Portrait Photography

Of the many creative photographic genres, it is perhaps portrait photography where two camps—the representative and the artistic—can be most clearly observed. Whilst the former requires context through captions and backstory to elev… Read the rest “The Building Blocks of Artistic Portrait Photography”

5. Oktober 2020
von Jonathan‌ ‌T.‌ ‌Grayson‌
Kommentare deaktiviert für I Shot All These Photos from My Yard — Here’s How You Can Do It Too

I Shot All These Photos from My Yard — Here’s How You Can Do It Too

As recently as the early 1900s, astronomers believed the Milky Way was all that existed in the universe. That view persisted until 1923, when Edwin Hubble used glass plate photographs of the Andromeda galaxy (then still thought to be just a … Read the rest “I Shot All These Photos from My Yard — Here’s How You Can Do It Too”

2. Oktober 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Shoot Fun and Creative ‘Small World’ Photos with Your Smartphone

How to Shoot Fun and Creative ‘Small World’ Photos with Your Smartphone

Capturing creative photos of miniature worlds is definitely not a new idea, but you don’t need to be a small-world master like Tatsuya Tanaka to give this kind of photography a shot. As this COOPH tutorial shows you, all you need is som… Read the rest “How to Shoot Fun and Creative ‘Small World’ Photos with Your Smartphone”

28. September 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für 3 Beginner Wide Angle Mistakes to Avoid in Landscape Photography

3 Beginner Wide Angle Mistakes to Avoid in Landscape Photography

Landscape photographer Mark Denney has put together a quick tutorial that will be particularly useful for beginners. In it, he covers the most egregious mistakes he made when he first started shooting landscapes with a wide-angle lens, a… Read the rest “3 Beginner Wide Angle Mistakes to Avoid in Landscape Photography”

28. September 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Build a Giant Soft Box on the Cheap

How to Build a Giant Soft Box on the Cheap

Cinematographer Shane Hurlbut of the Hurlbut Academy recently shared a great DIY tutorial in which he shows you how to build a giant soft box using just some foam core and a few lengths of 1×3-inch wood. The result allows you to create a l… Read the rest “How to Build a Giant Soft Box on the Cheap”