I discuss ISO and other related topics (aperture, shutter speed, histogram, and so on) in my recently completed an introductory photography book: “A Concise Introduction [...]
Some basics about your camera dial, including the Tv, Av, and M modes
The basics about Aperture (the size of opening of your lens that lets light in).
How varying your lens Aperture can affect Depth of Field (the range, from near to far, of your photograph that appears to be in focus)
In this episode I will introduce you to a cheap method for doing macro photography, the practice of taking close-up photographs of small objects, like [...]
On this shoot I show the techniques for lighting on location for some fashion and sexy model photography!
Katy Perry Esquire UK August 2010 – Behind the scene
Motorcycle pin-up shoot by Glen McDowell
Depth of Field Explained
A great variety of new articles and tutorials are included in this issue. They will be of help not only to intermediate and advanced photographers [...]
Scott Kelby gives three great tips to shoot outdoor portraits
Tony Corbell demonstrates 1-light portraiture techniques using the Profoto D1
Behind the Scenes of a Strobist on location photoshoot with Conceptual Photographer, Ben Sant of BTS Photography. We go out to the shores of the [...]
In this week’s episode Mark Wallace explains the Inverse Square law and how it applies to photography and helps you calculate light fall off.
I used 3 monoblocs for the light.Two were used as rim lights to give pop to the hair and an other one through barndoors was [...]
Here are a few lighting diagrams from recent studio shots : Bare monobloc studio flash positioned behind model, camera left. Monobloc via shoot-through umbrella close [...]
One thing that can make a huge difference in your shooting is learning to shoot in the manual mode on your camera and in this [...]
This week Mark Wallace shows us how to use a slow shutter speed to get some really fun photos. By shooting at night with slow [...]
An instructional video on how to make the best DIY beauty dish.
In this episode we look at how to turn any lens into a macro lens using affordable Diopters.
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