Learn basic tips on using the rule of thirds in your digital photography to enhance your photo composition in this free photography video. Expert: Chris C. Conklin Bio: Ever since Chris Conklin was a little child growing up in Southern California, his interest in photography has been at his core. Filmmaker: Chris Conklin Video Rating: 4 / 5
TO BUY THE DVD of the War Photographer go here: firstrunfeatures.com IN THIS SCENE: James discusses his experiences in photographing the human atrocities that occurred in Rawanda. ABOUT THIS FILM: War Photographer is the 2001 Academy Award Nominee for Best Documentary Feature that follows preeminent war photographer James Nachtwey for two years as he bravely documents the harrowing realities of Kosovo, Rawanda, Indonesia, and the West Bank. Video Rating: 4 / 5
Help Me keep making these videos by checking the link below . It takes you to the online store that can sell this stuff. www.bhphotovideo.com www.dombower.com facebook page http twitter twitter.com Video showing / demonstrating how to take a nice portrait photo using flash indoors (studio). Photos taken with the nikon D300, nikon 50mm f1.4 and with the nikon cls sb900 flash and also the sb800. Video goes through normal non flash photo to umbrella flash and then simple high key looking images. www.dombower.com
Portrait and Candid Photography Photo Workshop: Develop Your Digital Photography Talent (Photo Workshop) LEARN TO CAPTURE PERSONALITIES WITH YOUR LENS Taking great “people pictures” isn’t a matter of luck. The secret is in observing your subjects and connecting with them, and then using your camera to its best advantage. Here’s how to work with lighting, location, angle, composition, physical characteristics, environment, and a host of other variables, including the unique challenges of photographing babies, group activities, and action. Apply these techniques and watch your subjects come to life; then test your newfound skills by completing the assignments at the end of each chapter and collecting feedback on your work at pwsbooks.com. Book Description * Erin Manning, DIY Network host of The Whole Picture, tells aspiring photographers how to take outstanding photos of people in this full-color book filled with great images * Helps readers gain the skills and confidence to successfully use the digital camera as a tool to create and capture life’s moments * Every chapter ends with an assignment that readers are encouraged to complete and then upload their best image to Photoworkshop.com to share with others and receive critiques * Introduces the technology and the basics for developing an artistic eye, arming readers with real-life techniques that will help them connect with and photograph people
About: Rick Sammon www.rickspixelmagic.com “America’s Most Popular Photo Expert” Rick Sammon has published 23 books, his latest: Rick Sammon’s Complete Guide to Digital Photography and Flying Flowers — the beauty of the butterfly. In 2006, Rick Sammon’s Travel and Nature Photography and Digital Imaging Workshops will be published. Rick is the host of the Digital Photography Workshop on the Do It Yourself (DIY) network and the guest host of the Canon Photo Safari on the Outdoor Life Network. In his TV workshops, as well as in his live workshops, Rick covers the basics of digital imaging: shooting, scanning, saving, enhancing, sharing and printing. He has produced a DVD for Photoshop Elements users: 3-Minute Digital Makeover, and a DVD for Photoshop CS user: Awaken the Artist Within. Rick’s has also produced two interactive CDs for Software-cinema, Photoshop for the Outdoor and Travel Photographer and Photoshop Makeovers. Rick gives more than a dozen photography workshops and presentations around the world each year. Rick is also the author of the Canon Digital Rebel lessons on the Canon Digital Learning Center. See www.ricksammon.com for more information. A member of the Explorers Club, Rick has documented cultures in Brazil, Nepal, India, Cuba, Thailand, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Costa Rica. For more information on Rick, try a google search: www.google.com and type Rick Sammon in the Search window.
In this video we discuss chromakey (green screen) for digital photography. We cover green screen studio setup for digital photography and how to edit using one of the powerful green screen software programs on the market. This is a short video of the full version. IN the full version we also cover more setup techniques and cover how to edit using adobe Photoshop CS. To take a look at the dvd go to the links below: www.tubetape.com http Video Rating: 4 / 5
The amazing promo for INFERNODR.COM was shot in NYC April 2009, here’s a clip of the behind the scenes for you to get a small idea of all hard work we all put into it 🙂 Would love to hear your comments, please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you, CARLOS ARIAS Video Rating: 4 / 5
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Alex also talks with noted and award-winning Austin, Texas, photographer Dan Winters, who has published photographs in New York Times Magazine, Esquire, Los Angeles Magazine, Fortune and other periodicals. www.danwintersphoto.com www.infowars.com www.prisonplanet.tv Video Rating: 4 / 5
It is a photographers creativity that separates the stunning photographs from the rather ordinary ones. naturalfocus.co.uk to see my video tutorial. I believe that photography is about creativity rather than equipment and technical expertise. Enthusiasm, attention to detail, looking for opportunities and CREATIVITY has enabled me to travel the world as a professional photographer.
The street is the photographer’s friend, but also his enemy. So are the street’s inhabitants with their varying lots and differing modes of life. They are unpredictable, random, and spontaneous. They are sensitive and surprising, decorous and dangerous. With all of them the photographer has to learn to communicate, to understand their language, and recognize their signals and hints. This is not slang; it is a secret sign- language, a set of codes for behavior in society, the society of the street. The language of the street consists of signs, symbols, geometrical shapes; its signs are written on notice- boards, on posters, you will find them on sidewalks, on bus stations, street poles, in the cloths people wear, on public waste -containers, on buses. The street speaks through people’s facial expressions, through their bodylanguage, in the expressions of their physical and mental states, through expressions of relations among people, and between them and others. You will find the ‘words’ of the street in shoes, in hair-styles, in cloths and in fashionevery single detail you notice may be significant, meaningful. Understanding the street’s language is not enough. The street-photographer’s main occupation is a constant, unceasing, and stubborn search for a connecting line between the various signs of the street, so as to be able to translate these signs, arrange them visually for those who will look at his pictures. It is this constant search that nourishes the never ceasing … Video Rating: 4 / 5