Made It Monday: DIY Lightbox
A step-by-step tutorial on how to make your own lightbox -- quick, cheap, and effective. This works for both DSLR and point-and-shoot cameras.
Foldable DIY Photography Light Tent
Easily create your own Foldable DIY Photography Light Tent and dramatically improve your product shots for photographing, marketing, and selling your own crafts.
Beyond The Key - Building A Subtle Light Setup
Lighting isn't easy, a world-class-perfectly-lit studio portrait happens with a lot of instinct and experience. A strong grasp of lighting comes with experimentation and practice. Those that know my aesthetic know I'm a huge fan of one light photography. With that said, every image I produce I try and maintain the look of one light, even though it very well be lit with six lights. If I'm shooting for a hair, the hair needs to be well lit. If I'm shooting for makeup, the light needs to fill…
Consejos imprescindibles para fotografía
A continuación te presentamos ochenta consejos sobre fotografía que te ayudarán a mejorar tu práctica en el mundo de la captura.
Six Days of Speedlite Tips: Day 1 — Rick Sammon Photography
It's Day 1 of my Six Days of Speedlite Shooting tips here on my blog. Today's tip: Create Cool Rim Light. Concept: Position the subject slightly in front of the soft box. Have the subject look straight ahead (in the opposite direction in which the softbox is facing) so you get a profile. Ba
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20 Simple Hacks That Will Make You a Better Photographer
Camera gear and equipment can cost thousands making photography a hobby or profession that gets really expensive, really quickly and whilst having an amazing camera can certainly help you take...
Shooting With Color Gels
There are times when I find myself shooting the same stuff or using the same lighting setup over and over again. Repetition helps to improve and fine-tune my skills, but sometimes it just feels boring and degrading, let alone useless for my portfolio. But as much as I dislike feeling stuck and repeating myself, I now realize how such times in fact help me to become a better artist and shooter. It's usually the desire to entertain myself and experiment that leads me to new personal artistic…