Archives for April 2013

Your Awesome Tutorial on Time Lapse Photography and Videos

Time-lapse photography, when presented and captured correctly, always invoke a sense of awe to the viewer. Would you like to learn how to do it properly? Well, there’s no better source of learning this technique than from Vincent LaForet, In this series, LaForet shares everything you need to know to get started like what gear […]

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When S#!t Happens – Are You Prepared? Book Review of Backup or Die by Rob and Lauren Lim

Here’s the fact. Whether you’re a casual mobile phone snapper or a serious pro, sooner or later, you’ll experience the dreaded “DAMN! I lost the pictures!” or “My hard drive failed and I don’t have another copy!!!” or whatever iteration you’ve heard others screamed online. While most professional photographers are more conscious about backing up […]

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Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 DC HSM Preliminary Sample Images

You’ve read it a few days ago that a revolutionary f/1.8 zoom lens will be launched by Sigma here, and a few hours later, it was confirmed by Sigma themselves. Everyone’s itching to see how good this lens will be and whether it’ll cost you a kidney and a liver in the process. Who is […]

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Rumor – Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 DC HSM | Could This Be The Ultimate Lens?

Most photographers probably had the same wish in the past. The first time you picked up a wide-aperture lens, you wished there was a zoom lens with a constant aperture larger than f/2.8 that you can use everyday. The common, rational, and technology-imposed limits state that you can have such a lens, but it’ll be […]

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Amir Johnson Did a Usain Bolt – Yes, This Is Still a Photography Post

Most of my readers know that I’m a huge NBA fan, so you might think this post belongs to my basketball blog and not iPhotoCourse, but stay with me here. Amir Johnson, the Toronto Raptor’s big man grabs a baseline photographer’s camera after it was accidentally kicked on the court and starts taking a few […]

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Extracting Subjects (Like Hair) In Photoshop, 10 Video Tutorials

Whether you’re trying to create surreal composites and montages or just want to put Justin Bieber’s face on your arch-enemy’s photo, or just turning your son into Spiderman, knocking out subject elements from a background is one of the most frequently asked tutorial on Photoshop. Adobe has worked hard to come up with more and […]

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Boudoir Photography Quick Tips and Tutorials For Both Photographers and Models

Let’s face it, photographing gorgeous models in a boudoir shoot is one of the most lucrative fields in photography, whether you’re an agency, stylist, or a photographer. However, the intricacies of having a great boudoir photo shoot is harder than you think. Not only do all parties have to be comfortable with each other, you […]

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Fujifilm X100S Review Collection

When the Fuji X100 first came out, it was a dream camera for many “older” shooters, like myself. The retro-good looks, large sensor, and a fixed prime all sounded great. Personally, I don’t quite trust first-generation releases when it comes to electronics and I held back purchasing one. The fact that every store in Singapore […]

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