Views:66|Rating:5.00|View Time:6:15Minutes|Likes:9|Dislikes:0 Continuing our series of videos behind the photos, this time the Partners statue in Disney World is our subject. This was a shot that turned out totally different than what I imagined. In this video I’ll show you what I originally shot and how I ended up with this silhouette!
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Views:861|Rating:0.00|View Time:15:9Minutes|Likes:|Dislikes: What happens to your photos after you publish them on social media? Do they just sit on a digital archive somewhere? In this video, I show you how I took some of my favourite images from a recent adventure to Harris & Lewis and made them into my very own home gallery. I’ll tell you all about the Fotospeed Platinum papers I used to create the prints, the frames I used, and how I displayed them on my wall.
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Views:12|Rating:5.00|View Time:26:6Minutes|Likes:2|Dislikes:0 Time to get scrappy. On this episode we’re jumping into landing pages. First, we create a mockup of the page on Figma. Then we’re shooting homemade styled photographs using stuff we can find around the office. Lastly, we get into Squarespace to build and launch our “Coming Soon” page for Squarefront.
0:54 Landing Pages
2:23 Creating a “Coming Soon” Landing Page in Figma
6:46 Finding Stock Photography on Unsplash
9:04 Creating a “Coming Soon” Landing Page in Squarespace Using Cover Pages
12:53 Homemade Styled Photography Compositions Using iPhone/Android
21:25 Adding our Homemade Photo to Figma
23:23 Finalizing our Squarespace Cover Page
24:11 Final Notes and Recap
25:52 Screenshot of our Launched Page
Views:268|Rating:4.50|View Time:1:17:1Minutes|Likes:9|Dislikes:1 Named by PDN as one of the top photography workshop instructors in the world, Jerry Ghionis will share the creation process and stories of some of his most iconic photographs spanning over 25 years.
Widely regarded as one of best wedding and portrait photographers in the world, Jerry Ghionis and his wife Melissa are based in Las Vegas, USA and Melbourne, Australia and travel frequently on international photography and speaking assignments.
Jerry is the most awarded photographer of the Wedding & Portrait Photographers International organization (WPPI) and became their first Grand Master. He was also included in their list of top five wedding photographers in the world. Jerry was also named by American Photo Magazine in their first list of top ten best wedding photographers in the world and was also given a United Nations Leadership Award by the International Photographic Council.
A Nikon Ambassador, Jerry was named the Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP) Fashion Photographer of the Year and represented the wedding and fashion industries in the landmark Nikon D850 camera campaign.
Named by PDN magazine as one of the top photography workshop instructors in the world, Jerry is also the inventor of the revolutionary Ice Light (a portable handheld LED light) and the world’s first 15-in-1 reflector, the Omega Reflector. The Jerry Ghionis brand has become synonymous with excellence, mastery, and innovation in the photography industry.
Views:833|Rating:3.33|View Time:57Minutes|Likes:2|Dislikes:1 To mark the 100th anniversary of the birth of President John F. Kennedy, the Newseum is bringing back for a limited time one of its most popular exhibits — “Creating Camelot: The Kennedy Photography of Jacques Lowe.” This stunning photo exhibit showcases more than 70 intimate and iconic images of President John F. Kennedy, first Lady Jacqueline Kennedy and their children, Caroline and John, taken by Kennedy’s personal photographer, Jacques Lowe.
Views:898|Rating:5.00|View Time:6:16Minutes|Likes:81|Dislikes:0 In this Hindi photography tutorial for beginner photographers i have explained simple and easy lighting setup in photo studio to change background colours using basic light technique.
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Nikon AF-S Nikkor 50mm f/1.4G Prime Lens
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In this episode I will show you how I photograph one of the most incredible places I have been to the Antelope Canyon. If you get a chance to go there, it is the place where you will get the most incredible photos in the least amount of time!
A few tips:
I used this Company for doing the upper Canyon
do the photography tour, not the regular one and ask for Patrick if you can, an amazing photographer, he will show you angles you would not find by yourself and even take a portrait of you as you go along! Don’t forget though to give a huge tip, I feel he owns some of my photos – he was that helpfull!
The upper is darker then the lower so you can do that in the morning.
Do the lower canyon when you have a nice blue sky if possible as it is much more open – I used this company to do it
same thing I did the photography tour.
On the photography tour I was by myself with one guide in the Canyon and had all the time to prepare my shots. The first time I did the regular tour and it was so quick with so many people that I got only 20% of the shots that I got with the photography tour.
Winter seems to be a good period because not too many people are there, but you don’t have all the light rays. From what I could tell the end of march is good for the top as there are not too many people there yet and there are some light rays.
Off course when you shoot:
– Have your camera on a tripod
– Use manual mode at around f 8 and make sure you have details in your shadows even if the highlights are burned a bit
– Bracket -2 + 2 (this is a must, some photos will not just work if you don’t bracket there as there is huge dynamic range)
– have fun!
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About a month ago, we took on the challenge of shooting an entire fashion shoot with just an iPhone and a couple $30 reflectors as a follow up video to the FStoppers iPhone Fashion Shoot. The SLR Lounge iPhone Photo Shoot has gotten a lot of attention and we thought it was time for a follow up video.
So, in this follow up video, we will be showing you guys the exact reflector lighting techniques that we used to pull off every shot that we took in the SLR Lounge iPhone Photo Shoot.
However, we will be using a legit camera this time. This time we will be using our 5D Mark II along with a 50mm 1.4 Prime Lens. But, trust me that you can pretty much get these exact same shots with virtually any DSLR body with a 50mm 1.4 Prime Lens attached. Below the video, we have listed out all of the equipment and software used to create these shots. So be sure to check that out as well.
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Join professional landscape photographer and author, Tim Cooper, for an information packed Lecture on Landscape Photography. Tim explains how to capture both dramatic and quiet landscape photographs using proper light and good technique.