Archives for April 2014

Wedding Photographer Neil van Niekerk Shares His Tips on Shooting, Lighting, and Mindset

It’s been an overdue feature. I finally get the chance to present a video tutorial from Neil van Niekerk. Neil practically changed my perception on on-camera camera flash in one blog post and have transformed how I treat lighting with my photography from that point on. Enjoy this great session he shared with the good […]

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Advanced Hair Masking Tutorial

“How to you change the background of my portrait!?” That’s one of the most common request of people when they want a photograph fixed in many cases. Knocking out the subject from a background to use in layouts and other creative uses has always been a challenging task. Thankfully, as Photoshop gets more advanced, such […]

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Dealing With Headache Clients

Not all clients on your photography business are great to work with. While clients are putting food on your table, it doesn’t mean you should let them have their way all the time. Find out what photography business mentor, Beate Chelette has to say on this topic.

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How to Get Great Audio for Your HD Videos

Many first-time HD DSLR users shooting video are amazed with the video quality of their cameras, but always ignore possibly the equally important audio quality aspect of the final product.

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Interview with Legendary Photographer, Frank Horvat

Super legend Frank Horvat has been creating fine-art and collectible photographs for the past 70-plus years. Here he shares his wisdom on his legacy and works. Visit his site at Horvat Land.com.

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Electrifying Captures of Well-Timed Lightning

Capturing lightning is all about luck and timing. While you can never predict exactly where it’ll show its magnificence, it takes a lot of skill an patience to get the framing and elements right that it doesn’t just overwhelm the scene. Here are six wonderful photos that fit the bill. Enjoy

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Lytro Illum – Will It Change Photography Forever?

Lytro rocked the photography world last year when it unveiled it’s first light-field, shoot-now, focus-later camera. For all intents and purposes, however, the first incarnation was more of a prototype to prove it can be done and was nothing more than a commercial novelty. This week, however, they came up with a more standard-looking (looks […]

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Easy and Cheap LED Lighting for Jewelry Photography

Alex Koloskov shows you how to create a cheap but highly-effective LED continuous light table top studio just for jewelry photography.

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