Binghamton, New York native, video instructor and author, Tony Northrup, wants to help you explore the limits of your photographic creativity by providing a myriad of resources ranging from the further development of basic photo-taking principles to more advanced techniques such as the proper use of off camera flash via his video resources.
As is the case with every major Fuji camera release, Billy and Greg a.k.a the Fuji Guys, dissect, inform and evaluate the facts, giving the general public some of the most comprehensive details in regards to Fuji cameras you’ll find.
In true light-heated Digital Rev fashion, Kai Wong and the DR-team has created a semi-informative, yet fully-entertaining video highlighting their top 50 photography tips, touched upon in rapid succession and in under 15-minutes.
Quick News – Whether you are just getting into the world of grading and color correction, or adversely, you consider yourself an established colorist, confident in your abilities to accurately determine and/or manipulate hue, saturation and brightness; the very intriguing web-based game entitled ‘Color’ is surely worth a few minutes of your time.
The Three Basics of Exposure and Photography: A Visual Explanation of Shutter Speed, ISO, and Aperture
If you are just getting started learning the ins-and-outs of your capable photographic device, and have a hard time wrapping your head around how shutter speed, aperture, and ISO work in the grand scheme of properly determining a correct exposure, then the video above is sure to steer you in the right direction.
How to Photograph Billionaires: An Hour Long Webinar With Forbes Magazine on Creating Portraits of Powerful People
Recently, Photoshelter, the incredibly valuable resource hub in the world of photography, linked-up with Forbes’ Senior Photo Editor, Michele Hadlow, for an hour-long webinar, detailing many of the facets associated with not only creating a seller front page portrait for one of the most powerful voices in business news, but also working with the high-profile individuals who are being photographed.
Getty Images, a leading stock photo agency based out of Seattle that many of us are very familiar with, has released information pertaining to the 2012 Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography. Established back in 2004, the grants objective is to endorse distinction and brilliance in photojournalism by providing photographers of all levels with the financial means to pursue their creative dreams, specific to personal and journalistic importance.
Darren Levine, Director and Founder of New York City’s Filmmaker’s Festival, knows some of the misconceptions and questions first time festival submitters can experience concerning whether or not their film will openly embraced and accepted or denied, and if their work meets all the criteria that festivals look for in a serious submission. The build up to receiving that final answer is one to make a filmmaker sweat and has the potentiality to alter his or her opinion of their completed works.
I always appreciate a great video from Dave Dougdale of LearningDSLRVideo.com. His humble approach to doing exactly what the name of his informative website implies, learning DSLR video, is refreshing and resourceful. Case in point, Dave’s latest do-it-yourself project in which he drew upon inspiration from Knoptop’s original viewfinder creation (viewed here) and made a few revisions to a simple formula, resulting in an extremely useful, yet cost effective, tool for the frugal filmmaker.