Archive for October, 2008

DP1on1: Episode 6

30 Oct

In this episode Mark explains how to set up a Pocket Wizard system. Mark also explains how you can mix and match lighting equipment from different manufacturers.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Pilot episode of Digital Photography 1 on 1. This is a show where you ask questions and we show you the answer.
Video Rating: 4 / 5


Photography Tips : Creative Techniques for Photographers

26 Oct

Be creative in photography by utilizing all of a camera’s functions. Learn creative techniques for photographers, such as trying different angles, from a professional photographer in this free video on photography. Expert: Anthony Maddaloni Contact: Bio: Anthony Maddaloni is a professional photographer from Austin, Texas. Filmmaker: Todd Green
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Yehya Mohamed Celebrity Photographer at the 2008 MTV Movie Awards on Jimmy Kimmel Live
Video Rating: 4 / 5


What is in the landscape and wildlife photographers camera bag (My Camera bag)

23 Oct

See and buy my Photos at: I describe what I have in my camera bag and why. Nikon d300, mb-d10, nikon 70-200mm vr, nikon 18-200mm, nikon 12-24mm, nikon 1.7x teleconverter, nikon f100, fliters and more.
Video Rating: 4 / 5


Digital Photo Frame Review

22 Oct

The Latest Digital Photo Frames reviewed and compared by the BBC and . If you are thinking about buying a digital photo frame, before you part with your cash, listen to this short video to help you make your mind up. Once decided click through to http and pick your favorite model Theses types of digital photo frames are great for PoS (point of sale) and can be used as custom or corporate gifts. The benefits of using our digital photo frames as a digital point of sale unit can engage your customers in a whole new way, increasing sale conversions! You will notice the difference immediately

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 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 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.


Digital Photography Success Tutorial

20 Oct Looking for DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY ? Yes, DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY . It’s all here! I have a large collection of tips on digital photography in this page. Covers digital photography related issues, news, research, and much more! Please find more tips and guide for your Success in Photography at :
Video Rating: 0 / 5 Depth of Field in photography is one of the most important tools that you can use to assist you in achieving much better results as you understanding of how important your point of focus is and how to in that include your subjects as part of the background, or to separate them from the background. You do not need to use a depth of field calculator to determine depth of field, with a manual focusing lens that has the correct information listed on it; it is easily possible to determine what area of your photograph will be in focus and what area will not be in focus. Regardless of whether you are involved in digital photography or film photography, the use of depth of field is not only vital in giving you better quality photographs it will also assist you to improve your skills and knowledge in their chosen field of photography. Depth of field can be a very good digital photography tool and when you combine depth of field with shutter speed and aperture (or f-stop) it allows you to be much more creative with your photography. My videos will explain to you various aspects about depth of field for example will provide you with some camera tips, digital photography tips, nature photography tips, night photography tips and perhaps a few tips on macro photography.
Video Rating: 4 / 5


Daniel The Photographer-The Art of Holding Hands

19 Oct

So this is Daniel The Photographer. This is what I’m going to call part of his old collection of powerpop. He has moved in a more indie, electro christian genre. *so expect change*
Video Rating: 4 / 5


Chase Jarvis TECH: High Speed Photography

18 Oct

Using a camera, strobes, and exploding water balloons, you’ll see how Chase and his crew freeze ultra high-speed action in the studio. Watch the results of this process, combined with Photoshop compositing, to create final still images for Superfad’s Kung Fu HD project.
Video Rating: 4 / 5 Low key lighting. More at:


Learn Photography Composition

18 Oct – Learn to see the elements of composition and how everything works together to carry the viewers eye from detail to detail
Video Rating: 4 / 5


Free Photography Lessons, Part 2: Composition

16 Oct

I gladly offer this basic, 5-part series of photography lessons FOR FREE! Our world has become increasingly visual in the way we communicate. We not only take more pictures, we show them, send them and display them to more eyes than ever before. Wouldn’t it be nice to capture and show better pictures? In this series, I get us thinking about… 1. How to tell a story with our photographs by understanding the 4 dimensions associated with the art. 2. The basic elements of “composing” our photographic story. How do we put things in our viewfinders so people get the essence of that moment that inspired us. 3. Understanding exposure, light and color and how they combine to say what we want. 4. How lens choice and operation effects focus and how focus effects what we show in our photos 5. The people in our photographs and the people we are showing them to. Please enjoy these lessons. They’re not meant to be comprehensive and their not meant to be exhaustive or advanced. That doesn’t mean I don’t encourage any questions you might want to post for either me to try to answer or anyone else who comes along. Please, be kind, helpful and enjoy.


Ryan Miller shoots the puck and the photographer takes it in the FACE (HD)

15 Oct

Miller, clearing the puck, shot toward the glass. In a kind of million-to-one shot, the puck somehow went through a little cutout area in the glass where photographers aim their cameras and hit Toronto Star photographer Steve Russell square in the FACE! Miller gave his stick to him afte the game. November 30th 2009 – Toronto Maple Leafs vs Buffalo Sabres – NHL 2009-10 Season Toronto Maple Leafs Game #25