Archive for the ‘Tutorials’ category
Canon Canada has provided a website to help beginners to learn shooting basics using a DSLR camera simulator. The learning does not include the use of Auto mode since it is said that “real creative control comes when you step outside of Auto.”
Called “Outside of Auto,” the website gives you three sections, namely Learn, Play [...]
Streets always offer various moments to shoot and you just need to make your cameras ready for action. Arbain Rambey, a Jakarta-based senior photojournalist, show you how and what to shoot.
Hunting on the streets, the subjects are not always people; a building sometimes can be interesting. Choose your shooting angle as unique [...]
Capturing choppy or wavy water on the sea as a matter of fact needs a little bit creativity to get beautiful results. A well-known landscape photographer of Indonesia, Yadi Yasin, shares his tips.
To keep the detail of water, try to limit your exposure time just between 1 and 5 seconds. Observe the wave power [...]
In macro photography—which requires subjects shot at close distance, one of the significant challenges is to control the depth of field (DOF). The explanations are carried out in easy-to-understand, to-the-point language, enriched by several sample images and or comparisons.
An article entitled An Introduction to Food Photography has the answers to the questions you will likely have in mind when about to shoot for a food photography work.
Presented in pdf for free download, Black and White Landscapes: How to Capture a Proper Tonal Range concisely gives tutorials on making perfect B&W photos for beginners and hobbyists.
The video is a short excerpt from the DVD “Annie Leibovitz: Life Through A Lens“. This is a behind-the-scenes look at how Annie Leibovitz went about shooting Kirsten Dunst as Marie Antoinette for Vogue magazine. It’s really interesting how incredibly quick her shoots are. Before the subject ever shows up the concept and lighting has [...]
Joe McNally shares his experience to all photographers, either the new or the pro ones. The Language of Light, packaged in a set of two DVDs, presents his philosophy and field knowledge on using lighting techniques in photography to create powerful effects.