In this tutorial we’ll be talking about how to over-ride the maximum shutter sync speed of your camera when using a flash gun. Create a whole new look by turning on High Sync Speed on your flash.
Adorama TV presents Michael Artsis at NAB 2014 with a first look at Canon’s newest offerings and an overview of the Cinema EOS lineup, which is available now. Here, Michael chats with Paul McAniff of Canon and provides an in-depth overview of Canon’s beloved Cinema EOS line, […]
Photographers who work outdoors with natural light, rather than in a studio, have to make the best of the prevailing weather conditions. This will be especially true when we’re visiting a location at some distance from where we live. If a location is nearby, we […]
There’s a lot more to shooting an iconic piece of sunset wall art than taking hundreds of pictures and hoping there’ll be a good one somewhere amongst them. Sunset photography takes planning, patience and a big slice of luck before you can bring home something […]
Recently we discussed a “Bokeh Technique” for a creative way of blurring the background. Today we would like to demonstrate another creative technique which is also very unique but much different in style. Zoom Blur Nowadays the term “zoom blur” often associates with a Photoshop […]
What is Bokeh? Bokeh is that creamy blurred-background look you’ve probably seen in much of modern photography. How do you capture bokeh with your camera? It’s accomplished by having a narrow depth of field, (or low f-stop) so that only a small portion of your […]
95% of the gear I use to create high-end advertising images, videos, and commercials is the highest end stuff you can buy. Tens, even hundreds of thousands of dollars in equipment and production often comes together for much of the commercial work you see. This […]
Now that summer is here we can look forward to some lovely long, hot days with plenty of sunshine. Gorgeous! But although bright sunlight lifts our spirits and feels so good for us in many ways, it can cause its own special problems for photography. […]
In Video for Photographers: Shooting with a DSLR, photographer and videographer Rob Sheppard provides the essential foundation that photographers need to make the leap from still pictures to moving ones. From technical considerations, such as audio and frame rates, to aesthetic issues, such as composition […]
Photographing fireworks is fun and unpredictable. First of all, let’s start off with the equipment, you’re going to need: camera, of course (preferably with full manual capability) tripod shutter release cable flashlight It’s probably best to set up early when you still have some light […]
A camera does not work like an eye; film does not work like memory. There is a fine line between a photo that is quite nice and one that is quite breathtaking. At some unknown point, a photo can cross the Rubicon and be forever […]
You’re looking for a quick crash course in photography that covers a wide range of practical tips, this short video packs in 50 tips in under 15 minutes.
So, today you will get a wonderful possibility to download some free book PSD mockups, comic book PSD creation kit and learn how to create such things yourself. Yes, we’ve scared up several text and video tutorials for especially curious nerds. How are mockups usually […]
HDR. Oh that word. A word that is either famous or infamous, taboo or revered depending on what circle you are a part of or stumble onto. HDR has been through a lot in the past few years no doubt and one thing I’ve noticed […]
Lighting illuminates, sure. But that’s not all. It can suggest shape and dimension, draw attention to specific subject details or qualities, freeze action, or separate your subject from the background. In this amazing image by Scott Markewitz, it does all of these things. Markewitz, based […]
Sometimes it is needed to get an “invisible emitter”: An emitter not only being hidden to camera, but also not casting shadows in the scene, remaining completely invisible to the render but its emission. A very useful trick for photographers and cinematographers. The material for […]