Archives for January 2014

Out of This World Creativity with LEGO and Baking Soda — Vesa Lehtimäki Showcase

Vesa Lehtimäki (Flickr set here) is a LEGO enthusiast, and like many other LEGO fans who happen to love photography as well, it doesn’t take a genius to put two and two together. However, it takes a lot of creative genius to make these blocky guys come alive in photos, and by using a simple […]

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How To Use Non-Micro 4/3 Lenses on Micro 4/3 Cameras [3 Videos]

The Micro 4/3 platform was once considered to be just a fad, never a worthy competitor to APS-C cameras just a few years ago, but Olympus and Panasonic never listened and have made this a very viable and reliable format even for professionals to use. Their lens line up is very formidable, particularly their primes. […]

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Easy Paint Droplet Flash Photography Technique

Gavin Hoey’s one of YouTube’s best instructors. His easy-to-follow videos have taught thousands easy photography projects to improve their skill. Here he shares with us how to take droplet photos, particularly using thicker paint drops. This project is easy to do and fun as well. Not to mention a great addition to your wall presentation […]

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Learn How To Create Branded Frames and Borders in Photoshop Then Automate It!

Surprisingly, one tutorial we receive often on iPhotoCourse is how to create a polished, professional photo frame look for digital images. So here’s a great, detailed, and easy-to-follow tutorial by none other than Scott Kelby on how to achieve this.

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Surreal Timelapse + Tilt-Shift Miniaturization of Singapore by Hugo Meilleur

If you’ve been to Singapore, you’ll know that it’s a vibrant, well-organized, and beautiful metropolis that seems to “get it” when it comes to balancing nature and urban settings in one, small geographical land area. Hugo Meilleur created this surreal timelapse of Singapore he combined with tilt-shift miniaturization effect to an excellent degree. It’s truly […]

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How To Use A Video Camera Stabilizer Properly

Alan Besedin provides us a guide on how to properly use a video camera stabilizer in this quick tutorial. This applies to practically any stabilizer model or brand that uses stabilizing weights. Don’t forget to subscribe to his YouTube channel too.

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Fashion Photographer Ella Manor Reveals Her Shooting Style

Adorama TV’s Mark Wallace interviews Ella Manor, an accomplished fashion photographer in New York who’ve shot for Bazaar, Showroom Seven, Mercura, and more. Watch as she discusses her style, choice in color saturation to match the fashion she’s trying to capture in photographs.

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Eight Brilliant Flickr Project 365 You Must Check Out

At any given point in our photographic journey, starting a Project 365 is a common path. While many run out of ideas to sustain the project or proceed with no real purpose other than to complete the project, these Flickr artists have made it their goal to create better work each day, with consistent themes […]

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