Archives for June 2014

Lighting Ratios for Video Shooting

Light and shadows create shape and structure on 2-dimensional plans like photographs and videos. Learn how to control the ratio of light to set mood, enhance features, and other lighting fundamentals in this video.

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Diane Arbus Documentary

Get to know the legendary Diane Arbus, photographer and writer extraordinaire who made a huge splash documenting the lives of societies subcultures and unusual human experiences in her unique story-telling style.

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Astonishing Frame-Worthy Photo Examples Utilizing Geometry

Strong compositions often rely on certain “rules” of geometry. By combining strong focal points, repeating elements, existing geometrical patterns, and proper post-processing, photos can be breathtaking. The following Flickr artists sure have produced some great ones. Don’t forget to add them to your follow list on Flickr!

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A Prime Every Nikonian Should Have – Nikon 35mm f/1.8 G FX Reviews

The old DX version of the 35mm f/1.8 Nikkor wasn’t a bad lens by any means, but with the increasing popularity and affordability of full-frame (FX) Nikon bodies, it only made sense that Nikon comes out with an updated version of the classic 35mm AF lens. Check out the reviews from Kai of DigitalRev and […]

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Mixing Flash and Natural Light Effectively for Portraits

The ability to subtly control natural and artificial light for portraits is an indispensable skill to have in one’s pocket particularly if you don’t have the luxury of a crew of shooting assistants. Ed Verosky demonstrates how to use natural light as rim light mixed with artificial flash light for key.

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Moving Elements in Photoshop Easily with Content-Aware Move

Ever since Photoshop came up with content-aware features, only a small percentage of users actually learn how to use this amazing upgrade. Howard Pinsky shows you how Photoshop can pretty much move, heal, and patch surroundings of a moved object automatically.

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How To Increase Profits Without Raising Prices for Your Photography Business

One sign of more advanced business person is the ability to extract more profit from existing products and services without adding cost and increasing customer purchase value. Coleclassroom.com has this awesome business tip for you to bring your business to the next level.

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HDSLR Filmmaking Movements for Beginners

Directing viewers’ eyes and guiding them to critical areas of your film can be done simply by using proper camera movements. Watch this tutorial to learn more from hand-held movements to sliders and other tools.

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