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.
Filmmaker Preston Kanak, the man behind 3 Minute Shorts, and now the newest assistant editor for Philip Bloom at PhilipBloom.net (Congrats!), has created a quick and informative video for Kessler University, detailing simple tips for beginners looking to improve the quality of their productions, while overcoming common issues associated with push and pull slider shots – as opposed to common lateral slider techniques.
As with all of his Digital Photography One on One video episodes, Mark Wallace of SnapFactory answers some of the most frequently asked photography questions for Adorama TV and provides some real world advice from a working professional.
Today, Wallace tackles the pesky issue of dealing with flash reflections in eye-wear – quite a problematic issue under certain conditions and troublesome to deal with if particular rules are not followed. Take a look at tips to master the “angle of incidence” and “angle of reflection” to help better your portraits sessions with spectacle-wearing individuals above.
For the second “How to” of the day, Jay P. Morgan of The Slanted Lens is up to his usual tricks, creating some of the more informative photography tutorials you’ll see, while applying the lessons to the real world environment.
Scott Kelby, photography industry veteran and author of the best-selling books in digital photography history, created the quick informative tutorial you see below for WeeklyPhotoTips.com, tackling one of the more frequently asked questions when shooting landscapes: “How can I shoot long exposures in daylight?”
Professional NYC portrait photographer, Ed Verosky of about-photography.com, has created an insightful tutorial for photographers who may be new to the world of studio portraiture. Through the use of 3D modeling to recreate a particular shoot, Verosky easily conveys how to set-up a one light system, creating a basic but classic and dramatic style of portraiture. Take a look above:
Professional portrait and commercial fashion photographer, Mark Wallace, is back with another episode of the incredibly informative, Digital Photography 101 series for Adorama TV. In this video, Wallace walks us through the process of working with talent as a photographer, in particular models.
Quick News – Thanks to the tremendous response of Eve Hazelton and Realm Pictures first video lighting tutorial, we now have another installment, further detailing simple lighting techniques produced from inexpensive and readily available sources.
In a video tutorial created for Philip Bloom’s Blog, Eve Hazelton, Director of Photography for an upcoming project called The Underwater Realm, walks us through some simple lighting techniques used when conducting an interview shot with DSLRs in mind.
Through the use of six well placed lights, Hazelton reminds us what illuminating a particular scene is all about. Not directing a tungsten in the face of your subject and calling it day, but rather envisioning a shot as a canvas and using lights as the paint in which one can create balance, highlights, and effect. Very insightful and informative indeed!