Views:11972|Rating:4.92|View Time:6:19Minutes|Likes:304|Dislikes:5 Here are 5 top tips on how to photograph planes. Whether you’re looking for aviation photography tips in general or looking for some photography tips for shooting air show planes then this is the video for you.
Before going to my first airshow I wanted to find out how to take pictures of planes. I searched the internet for the best photography how to tips and have put them in one place for you here. How to photograph planes in flight, airshow photography tips techniques and more.
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Views:105935|Rating:4.92|View Time:9:33Minutes|Likes:2997|Dislikes:49 In this video, I show you how to use different lighting setups to get beautiful and professional looking photos of your food. I explain the differences between natural and artficial light sources, including sunlight, a softbox and a normal lamp, and how to make the most of them to get a perfectly lit photo.
Views:5816|Rating:5.00|View Time:3:20Minutes|Likes:55|Dislikes:0 This is the first chapter of the ClickView title, Lighting, Composition and Shooting. The full 12 minute programme is available with closed captions and additional resources. For more information on ClickView’s libraries of educational videos, please visit
Understanding the effect of different lighting conditions on a subject and knowing how to compose a balanced image are key skills for any photographer. How these elements work together can be complex, but learning how to achieve different outcomes will make your photography more interesting and fun. This programme explores how lighting, composition and shooting techniques are combined to create the final image.
Views:1138|Rating:4.97|View Time:6:11Minutes|Likes:176|Dislikes:1 This video is packed with winter landscape photography tips and techniques.
Winter landscape photography can create some stunning images and is one of Tom Mackie’s favourite times of the year. But what are the best winter photography settings, how do you photograph snow with the correct metering? These and many more questions are answered in our latest video full of winter photography ideas.
Tom shares a number of his top winter landscape photography tips and shares examples of how these different winter photography techniques have been used to create a selection of different images.
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Views:64135|Rating:4.62|View Time:2:37Minutes|Likes:108|Dislikes:9 Learn how and when to use a light modifier in this free photography video.
Expert: Joey Gunz
Bio: Joey Gunz has been doing photography for nearly twenty years. He got started in photography at his first job working as a youth reporter for a local newspaper.
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Views:8394|Rating:4.44|View Time:1:2:39Minutes|Likes:151|Dislikes:19 Artie Morris gives us new tips and a live demonstration for creating sharp photos to get stunning results. He also talks about his switch from Canon to Nikon and the pros and cons of each system for bird photographers. What’s the best tripod head for bird photographers? On our 100th episode of The Understand Photography Show, Artie also answers viewers questions about bird photography.
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The Understand Photography Show is a live interview-style show about travel, nature and fine art photography. Host Peggy Farren interviews famous photographers, photo artists, specialty photographers, travel gurus and more on this weekly show. It airs live on Fridays on the Understand Photography facebook page, then is uploaded to Youtube and iTunes. The motto at Understand Photography is “We Simplify the Technical”. If you like things explained to you in a simple, step by step manner, you’ll love The Understand Photography Show!
Views:3130|Rating:3.00|View Time:1:26Minutes|Likes:3|Dislikes:2 Learn tips and techniques of the composition of your video in this free video clip on videography.
Expert: Paul Volniansky
Bio: Paul Volniansky was born in St Petersburg into family of artists and intellectuals. He has a BA in film direction from the St Petersburg University of Art and Culture, Russia.
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In this ‘Fantastic’ video, I shoot local and head to the Northumberland coast. I hadn’t done much planning and rather enjoyed the freedom of exploring the quieter parts of the coastline looking for anything that would catch my eye. I try my best to give some tips and techniques and encourage you all to get out and shoot more landscape photography.
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Interested in becoming a professional photographer, or just want to take better pictures for fun? In this video, commercial and editorial photographer Chris Ryan explains different photography lighting techniques.
My name is Chris Ryan. I’m a photographer. We’re here at my studio, Chris Ryan Photography, in northwest Portland. If you’d like to see more of my work, please visit my website at chrisryanphoto.com, or if you’d like to follow my daily activities, go to my Facebook page, Chris Ryan Photography in Portland, Oregon. Today, I’m going to talk to you about studio photography. I’d like to talk a little bit about the different types of lighting available for photography. Artificial light for photography ranges really from your bounce card or your reflector, all the way up to studio lights and beyond that to arena lights. The basics are that reflector that bounces a little bit of natural light, or even a little bit of artificial light in a direction that you want it. And then, we move on to small portable lights that can be mounted on the shoe of the camera. And often times, those can be also controlled by a radio transmitter. And so you can have your small compact portable light now be a directional light, because you’ve got it off camera, way off to the side.
And then you have studio lights. They all come with the ability to attach a modifier to it. An umbrella, or a soft box. And then you go all the way up to your arena lights that are mounted up in the corners of arenas to light up an NBA game. But that’s the basics about photography lighting.
Views:13639|Rating:4.13|View Time:54Minutes|Likes:38|Dislikes:8 CreativeLive is excited to bring you the learnings of Night Photography in one week. With five experts teaching a wide range of techniques and learnings; every photographer will be inspired to go nocturnal to capture some amazing images. Learn more:
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