Archives for October 2013

Cheap Equipment Guide to Go Strobist

Off-camera flash techniques using cheap flashes, also more popularly known as “Strobist”, a term coined by David Hobby over at strobist.com is one of the more popular requests in articles on iPhotoCourse. This week, we’re looking at a cheap visual guide on how to get started with strobist equipment. In the past, we’ve covered a […]

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Behind the Scenes of an Actual Pro Fashion Shoot

Melissa Rodwell of Fashion Photography Blog has got to be one of the site you must check out. It’s one of the best site to learn fashion photography from a real professional and I’m sure you’ll learn a lot from the site. In this video below, Melissa takes you back stage and shows you what […]

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Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts You Won’t Want to Miss

Photoshop is a daunting tool to learn, let alone master, but once you get the hang of it;s complexities, it’s amazing how intuitive the shortcuts and hidden features are for your workflow. In this post, we feature some of the most used and least known shortcuts for Photoshop. Check it out.

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THE BEAT OF TOKYO by Tim Hahne

Check out this week’s feature by Time Hahne and SPOXO, as they fused together a great audio mix that matches the eclectic nature pf Tokyo. The advent of non-linear editing and the boom in HD videos for digital cameras opened up avenues of documenting travel adventures for everyone. In the past, only expensive crews and […]

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Magical Blue Hour, Get Inspired With These Pieces of Art

The magical blue hour. That brief moment after sunset before the depths of the night crawls in has got to be one of the most accessible yet stunning times to capture images. By contrasting the deep, unadulterated blue hues with yellows and orange of sunset streaks and street light, it’s a splendid time to take […]

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Incredible Double-Axis Video Stabilizer – Gravity One

I’ve been addicted to crowdfunding lately, as you’ve probably saw my older post on this iPhone prime-lens, large sensor project I got involved in.. There are just so many cool innovations and products out there that think outside the box and solves a lot of photo/video enthusiast’s hardware wishes that the big companies can’t do, […]

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Macro Photography Focus Stacking, Over 4 Hours Worth of FREE Videos

Macro photography, particularly advanced techniques have been one of the most sought-after topics iPhotoCourse readers have requested via email. We’ve covered a few macro articles in the past (read this, this, and this) but here’s a great addition to your macro photography arsenal, focus stacking! There are 12 total videos in this play list, grab […]

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Lightroom Adjustment Brushes Tutorial

One of the least-utilized tool in Adobe Lightroom has always been the adjustment brush. Ironically, it’s also the tool that can save your hours and hours of PhotoShop duties if your intent is to quickly produce pleasing corrections and image adjustments on your images! Check out the tutorial to learn more about Lightroom Adjustment Brush […]

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