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Post-Processing & Photo Editing Tips for Travel Photographers

Post-Processing & Photo Editing Tips for Travel Photographers

Travel photographers will be interested in learning that Scott Kelby, well known photographer and Photoshop aficionado, has recently taught a post processing seminar which is available to watch in its entirety below. During the session, Kelby shares a few tips and tricks he has learned throughout his extensive history in taking and editing travel photography […]

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Concepts of Photography Composition

Concepts of Photography Composition

The rule of thirds has been pounded into most of our brains as a hard and fast rule to achieve great photography composition. It’s true that the rule of thirds has proven results, but rules were, after all, meant to be broken. During a seminar taught by master photographer David Brommer, we learn that there […]

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Boudoir Photography: One Light Setup for Capturing Low Key Body Details

Boudoir Photography: One Light Setup for Capturing Low Key Body Details

If you’ve been looking for ways to improve your shots of the human body, boudoir photography in the answer. Many helpful tips are available, including how to get the job done using just one light. The photographer also shares some advice on working with models and how to make sure your subject is comfortable during the […]

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HDR Photo Software

HDR Photo Software

High dynamic range, or HDR photography has been rapidly growing in popularity lately, with websites like Flickr overflowing with images created using the technique. It is possible to create HDR photos in Photoshop; however, there are a couple other programs out there that are easier to use and give more dynamic results. Robert Chang gives […]

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Photography Terminology A-Z

Photography Terminology A-Z

Any photographer can tell you that photography is an equipment intensive hobby. The more equipment one uses the more settings, techniques, and processes you have to learn to go along with the gear. Fortunately for Kai, the abundance of things to learn makes his job a little easier. He had no problems coming up with […]

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How to Adapt to Unpredictable Lighting as a Wedding Photographer

How to Adapt to Unpredictable Lighting as a Wedding Photographer

In the 30-minute long video below, Moshe Zusman shows photographers an approach to lighting for a variety of scenarios. The seminar is aimed at educating viewers on how they can achieve perfect lighting in any location and is helpful for photographers of any level. Everything from wedding photography, portraits, to shooting outdoors at night is […]

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Intermediate Lighting for Portraiture Photography

Intermediate Lighting for Portraiture Photography

Here is a chance to learn to some principles of lighting for portraiture and beauty from former teacher Joey Quintero who is employed at Impact Studio Lighting. Plus, the hour and half long lesson is totally free of charge. During the course, Quintero will teach viewers about an assortment of lighting modifiers and their practical […]

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Dramatic Portrait Photography

Dramatic Portrait Photography

Often regarded as one of the leading lighting experts, Joel Grimes shares a wealth of his knowledge with the general public in a two hour long workshop which is available free of charge to anyone wishing to further their understanding of photography. Grimes, a photographer of 30+ years, is well known for creating dramatic portraits […]

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Professional Sports Photography Tips

Professional Sports Photography Tips

Much like its subject matter, sports photography is one of the most competitive styles of photography. There are limited spaces available to photographers at many sporting events, and those fortunate enough to get a press pass are usually competing with other highly skilled photographers in hopes of taking a photograph worthy of a Sports Illustrated […]

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Fitness & Sports Brand Photo Shoot: Behind the Scenes

Fitness & Sports Brand Photo Shoot: Behind the Scenes

Here’s an interesting look at an athletic photo shoot which was shot in Miami for LifeTime Fitness. The clip doesn’t offer much in the way of instruction, but it’s still interesting to see the crew at work. Photographer Matt Hawthorne does a great job directing the athletes and a very large production crew: The shoot […]

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