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CGI is usually associated with movies, but it has its place in photography too. In fact, you create elaborate and creative backgrounds for your shoots using CGI software. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Joe Lenton)
Photo By Bill Sisson Today’s Photo of the Day is “Gasadalur” by Bill Sisson. Location: Faroe Islands. “Gasadalur is an iconic location in the Faroe Islands,” explains Sisson. “It features mountains, seaside cliffs, a plummeting waterfall and the small villages that are emblematic of the Faroes. On this particular afternoon, a strong wind sweeping in from the ocean was often shrouding the waterfall in mist and bending the waterfall sideways. While I wanted to use a long exposure to smooth out the ocean waves, I also had to use a short enough exposure to capture any brief lull in the wind. After trial and error with various exposure settings, I settled on a six-second exposure and captured this image.” Want to...
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The Canon EOS R8, the company's latest full frame mirrorless camera, is likely on the way soon, and while we have not learned much about the camera yet, a set of rumored specs have emerged. Take a look at what you can expect. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Alex Cooke)
When it comes to learning lighting, we often focus on how to light the subject in a flattering way, but of course, the backdrop deserves attention too. It is about more than just getting the exposure on the background right, however. With a bit of know-how, you can drastically alter the appearance of the background just by how you place your subject and source relative to it. This great video tutorial will show you how to adjust your lighting to take full control of the appearance of your backdrop. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Alex Cooke)
The post The Canon EOS R50 and EOS R8 Will Debut “Next Week” appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Jaymes Dempsey. Looking for a mirrorless camera that’s both affordable and plenty powerful? Canon has not one but two models on the way, both of which will be “announced…next week” and feature a combination of high-level tech and sub-$1500 price tags. According to Canon Rumors, the imaging company is preparing to unveil the EOS R8 and EOS R50. The two products – a full-frame and an APS-C camera, respectively – will boast RF mounts and round out the entry-level end of Canon’s mirrorless lineup, giving beginner and intermediate photographers an opportunity to access the latest camera technology without...
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Do you struggle to get high-quality landscape images when the weather is bad and the light's poor? Here, we look at five important things you can do to get amazing landscape photos in horrible weather conditions. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Iain Stanley)
With 28 days to celebrate Black History Month in February, let's take 28 opportunities to celebrate some talented black photographers who are currently making history with their work. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Reza Malayeri)
The post 12 Tips for Stunning Landscape Photography appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Kav Dadfar. Landscape photography is breathtaking, exhilarating, and lots of fun – but it can also be difficult, disappointing, and downright frustrating, especially when you’re just starting out. Composition, lighting, camera settings, and more; it’s a lot to wrap your head around, but if you don’t use the right strategies and techniques, you’ll often end up with subpar images. Fortunately, I’ve spent years capturing the landscape, and in this article, I share my best tips, including: Key landscape imaging accessoriesThe best light for incredible shotsEasy ways to improve your compositionsMuch more! So if you’re ready to level up your landscape photos, then let’s...KD-2016-DPS-Landscape Tips-7
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As a headshot photographer, it's your job to make sure your clients look their best. However, taking the perfect studio headshot isn't just about lighting and composition. It's also about understanding your client's needs and making them feel comfortable in front of the camera. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Jasmeet Singh)
Photo By Amber Ather Today’s Photo of the Day is “Finding Beauty in Emptiness!” by Amber Ather. Location: Zabriskie Point, Death Valley National Park, California. “This photo was taken at Zabriskie Point, Death Valley National Park,” says Ather. “I went there for sunrise, and all of a sudden, I saw a lone hiker exploring the badlands. I took out my 85mm and took this vertical landscape with the hiker in the photograph to give a perspective of the vastness of this place.” Want to get your images in the running for a Photo of the Day feature? Photo of the Day is chosen from various galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the website homepage, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram....
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In this video, Glyn Dewis effortlessly explains how he manages to capture the iconic Prince of Wales bridge spanning the border between Wales and England. As a proud Welshman, this was intriguing to me, and as a photographer this is engaging and really shows the potential that mobile technology has to be able to improve the availability and quality of immediate photography. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Peter Morgan)
The post dPS Weekly Photo Challenge – What is it? appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Sime. We’re trying something a little different this week, a slight twist if you will! This week your challenge is to make an abstract photograph, and share it, but then take a look at images shared by others and see if you can guess what their photographs are of! Leave comments, take a guess, have a little fun with it. WHAT IS IT? I’ve just spent 8 minutes 42 seconds making three photographs within a couple of meters of my desk (honestly, it only took two minutes, I had to pat my dog for the other 6 minutes) so here they are...dPS Weekly Photo Challenge – What is it?
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Most cameras are similar in many ways, but they also have unique features that other models lack. Choosing the wrong camera can be an expensive mistake. Here are things to consider before spending your hard-earned cash. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Ivor Rackham)
Congratulations to Robert Henderson for winning the recent Your Best Photo Of 2022 with the image, “Sunset Marley 2.” View the winning image and a selection of submissions below. And be sure to check out our current photography assignment here and enter your best shots! The post Your Best Photo Of 2022 Winner Robert Henderson appeared first on Outdoor Photographer. Original linkOriginal author: Staff
This review is for you if you’re a Capture One Pro user and are wondering if the iPad version is worth adding to your workflow. It is also for those who don’t yet use Capture One but are looking for a budget-friendly introduction to it and already own an iPad. I will be looking at the application’s features, pros and cons, and comparing them to the desktop version. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Kaisa Leinonen)
Lightroom for lefties? No problem. Adobe's latest update is designed to make Lightroom Mobile more accessible for everyone. Glyn Dewis shows us what to do if you're a left-handed user in Adobe's Lightroom and Photoshop. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Peter Morgan)
One of the challenges of wedding photography is that you are on a tight timeline, and if conditions are not flattering or conducive to portraiture, you have no choice but to power through them and still create the best images you can. So, what can you do when the big day presents with harsh, hard light? This excellent video tutorial features an experienced wedding photographer showing you how she handles harsh light to still create flattering, memorable images. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Alex Cooke)
Heads Up: Next week, I’m teaching at the B&H Photo ‘Depth of Field” Portrait Photography Conference in New York City with an absolutely top-flight team of instructors. The event, either in person or online, is completely free – you just have to RSVP at this link. Hope I see you next week in NYC.   On to the tip! Each week on our weekly live show “The Grid,” when we come back from commercial breaks, we now do a Lightroom Tip, a Photoshop Tip, and a photography trivia question (with a prize), and I pulled this week’s Lightroom tip out on Color Range so I could share it with you here. It’s short (around 3-minutes), and super easy to do. Check it out: Color...🙂
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Time to get excited. New Canon cameras and lenses are on the way soon. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Alex Cooke)
Since the release of the EOS R5, EOS R6, and RF 28-70mm f/2L, Canon has been very aggressive in both the designs of their lenses and the timelines of their releases. It seems the company has no intention of slowing down, with another lens likely to be announced later this month. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Alex Cooke)

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