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  • Portrait
    6 Creative Ways to Shoot Portraits in a Tunnel6 ways tunnel
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    Tunnels are great landscape features with a lot of photographic potential. In this tutorial, you'll learn different ways to take advantage of this setting for your next portrait shoot.Read More…
  • Portrait
    Shooting Portraits in Bright SunlightEd400px
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    Warm summer days, deep blue skies, the sun's blinding rays pounding down like a blazing hot hammer on an anvil. Without help, the light in the middle of the day is simply not flattering for shooting most subjects: it creates dark pockets of shadows in the eye sockets and the light can be very contrasty and hard to control. In this tutorial we present some practical solutions for shooting portraits in bright sunlight.Read More…
  • Shooting
    Quick Tip: How to Take Great Portrait Photos at Night6417 final pre
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    Through my career as a photographer, I've been to many strange places at even stranger hours of the night—or should I say morning? In this tutorial, I'm going to give you some tips on how to make the most of the witching hour and take beautiful nighttime portraits. 

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  • Lighting
    Creating Imagery for a Cookbook LayoutFood recipe preview
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    In this tutorial, I'll be showing you how to combine photography with a little creative planning and simple storytelling, in order to create a visually appealing recipe.Read More…
  • Shooting
    How to Rock Your High-Energy Senior ShootsBenlucas energy 03 pre
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    Do you remember high school? How did you act around adults? Were you confident in how you looked and dressed? If you can think back to that time in your life, you may begin realize why shooting senior portraits is a challenge.Read More…
  • Lighting
    Creating a Magic Photo with a Magician and Playing CardsBen lucas magician 18 prenew
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    In this tutorial, I'm going to show you to create the seemingly impossible. I jammed as much chaos as possible into a single photo to create a visual feat fit for a magician. We'll look at the decision making process, the lighting, and the retouching that went into creating a final image.Read More…
  • Lighting
    Create a Surreal Miniature Portrait: The ShootNewpre natc
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    In this tutorial, you will be learning how to create a surrealistic portrait with extreme proportions. I'll run you through how to setup and capture the images you need to create this kind of photo, so you can then apply this knowledge for your own creations!Read More…
  • Lighting
    Making Photos That Look Like They Were Shot at NightShootnightday ck tut fin pre
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    Creating a photo that looks like it was shot at night can be difficult. In this tutorial, we’re going to take a look a creating some images that appear as they were made at night, but were actually shot outside during the day. The principles you learn here can be applied in the studio or even when shooting outside at night to make a more convincing, but still well lit, image.Read More…
  • Lighting
    Creating Lit Portraits During The DayDaytimeflash prelg
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    Creating lit portraits during the day isn't easy because of limitations on aperture, sync speed and flash power. However, it's an interesting look that can't always be accomplished with natural light and a reflector alone. I always feel that it looks very editorial. Adding this skill to your bag of tricks will not only make your location portraits look better, but may also improve your speed and capabilities in the studio.Read More…
  • Lighting
    Using Flashes to Create Light That Looks NaturalNaturalck prelg
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    Back in college, I was taught there were two ways to light a subject with strobes or flashes. You can make the light part of the story of the image, showing how interesting and dynamic it is. On the other hand, you can blend your lighting in and make it appear completely natural. Both tactics are challenging to do well, but after following this tutorial, you should have a better handle on recreating natural light with flashes.Read More…
  • Lighting
    Smoke and Mirrors: Boosting Your Strobe Count on the CheapStrobecount rt prelg
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    Not all that long ago, I was in the unenviable position of having only a camera, lens and flash. While the popularity of one-light tutorials and DVDs demonstrates that it's entirely possible to achieve excellent results with this limitation, what happens when you want to move on to more complex looks as your skills progress?Read More…
  • Lighting
    Quick Tip: Choosing Ambient Lighting for Your WorkspacesStudiolight prelgb
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    Lighting is important for actual image making itself, but what about the rest of the process? For the final images to look right, all the pieces of the process must be tailored to match what the camera's seeing. I'm going to look at various aspects of the end-to-end process and illustrate why the lighting of each part is important to pay attention to throughout the sequence.Read More…
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