Tag : Shooting

Secrets to Shooting the Northern Lights

Digital Photography School File this one away for the day you get to tick it off your bucket list! Secrets to Shooting the Northern Lights Of all the phenomena you can view in the night sky, the northern lights may be the most spectacular. The lights are created by charged particles from the sun, interacting with gaseous particles in our atmosphere. These lights also appear in the southern hemisphere, where they are known as the southe… Read More at Digital […]

Talking To Strangers Before Shooting Them Makes A Huge Difference

DIYPhotography Talking To Strangers Before Photographing Them Makes A Huge Difference Talking To Strangers Before Shooting Them Makes A Huge Difference Taking portraits is something I really love. When there is a model available, you get a lot of freedom regarding the pose, expressions and styling. However, during my travels when I want to portray people in their authentic environment, I usually don’t get to choose a model, because it is about the people who are really living there. Often […]

These Gloves Are Designed to Keep Your Fingers Toasty When Shooting in the Cold

DIYPhotography These Gloves Are Designed to Keep Your Fingers Toasty When Shooting in the Cold http://bit.ly/1Pti6GF These Gloves Are Designed to Keep Your Fingers Toasty When Shooting in the Cold As a photographer who lives and shoots in the Midwest (United States), I know all too well the pain of shooting in frigid temperatures on an annual basis. I’ve tried all kinds of gloves, mittens or hybrids to keep my fingers toasty while shooting, but none have proven to be […]

Tips for Better Results When Shooting in Low Light Conditions

Digital Photography School Here are some helpful tips for taking photos in low light conditions https://digital-photography-school.com/tips-better-results-shooting-in-low-light-conditions/ Tips for Better Results When Shooting in Low Light Conditions Here are 4 tips for getting better results when shooting in low light conditions including portrait and landscape scenarios. Read More at Digital Photography School

Shooting a video with the Rawexchange team. They have the most awesome studio ev…

DIYPhotography Shooting a video with the Rawexchange team. They have the most awesome studio ever Read More at DIY Photography

Photographer Innocently Posts about ‘Shooting a Few Christians,’ Gets Banned from Facebook

Fstoppers Not good for this photographer. Photographer Innocently Posts about ‘Shooting a Few Christians,’ Gets Banned from Facebook As photographers, we’re subject to endless jokes regarding the word “shooting.” But one London photographer found himself faced with a Facebook ban for a post about “shooting a bunch of Christians.” Read More at Fstoppers

Photography Fun: Shooting Portraits With an Absurd $12,000 Lens

Fstoppers Portraits on a $12,000 lens? Why not? Photography Fun: Shooting Portraits With an Absurd $12,000 Lens Some things in life you do because you have to or because they’re the logical or practical thing to do at the time. Some things you do in life because you can. Shooting portraits with this lens definitely falls into the latter category. Read More at Fstoppers

Shooting With Your Subconsciousness To Be A Better Photographer

Fstoppers Want to be a better photographer? Let us help. Shooting With Your Subconsciousness To Be A Better Photographer Do you often find yourself hesitating when changing the settings on your camera? Are you constantly missing or find yourself unable to get the shot you wanted? Does this sound like an infomercial? Did you answer “yes” to any of these questions? Well, you’re in luck because this is not an infomercial… Read More at Fstoppers

Asher Svidensky Isn’t Shooting Anyone: On Photography As a Language

DIYPhotography Asher Svidensky Isn’t Shooting Anyone: On Photography As a Language http://bit.ly/1P0XAdE Asher Svidensky Isn’t Shooting Anyone: On Photography As a Language “Photography is the youngest language in the world,” says photographer Asher Svidensky in his most recent TEDx Talk, but why are the words used to describe photography so violent? Join Asher on his 11-minute talk about how photography can be a bonding tool, rather than a dividing one, how he uses it to express himself and about the […]

Photographer gets accidental baptism by falling into a fountain while shooting wedding

DIYPhotography Photographer gets accidental baptism by falling into a fountain while shooting wedding http://bit.ly/20z0mtO Photographer gets accidental baptism by falling into a fountain while shooting wedding When the world says one needs to get immersed in their craft to become the best, I don’t think this is what they’re talking about. While we don’t have any details on the couple or photographer in this video, what we do know is that a photographer managed to give himself and his camera […]

Get Started With Shooting Video By Learning How to Control Exposure

Fstoppers New to video? Watch this! Get Started With Shooting Video By Learning How to Control Exposure Whether you’re picking up a camera for the first time to shoot video or you’re coming from the photography side and could use a guide to translate what you already know into videography terms, this video has you covered on the exposure basics. Read More at Fstoppers

Facebook Blocks Photog for Saying He Was ‘Shooting a Few Christians’

PetaPixel “Photographers are violent people. First they frame you, then they shoot you, then they hang you on the wall.” Facebook Blocks Photog for Saying He Was ‘Shooting a Few Christians’ If you’re a photographer, you may want to be careful how you phrase things on social media. Case in point: a UK-based photographer was just suspended from Read More at PetaPixel

A great way to step out of shooting in full auto mode and get more creative cont…

Digital Photography School A great way to step out of shooting in full auto mode and get more creative control of your camera is to start using Aperture and Shutter Priority modes. Here’s an introduction. https://digital-photography-school.com/aperture-priority-and-shutter-priority-exposure-lesson-1/ Read More at Digital Photography School

Lightroom Mobile – The Secret to Shooting and Editing on Your Smartphone

Digital Photography School Have you tried Lightroom Mobile? Lightroom Mobile – The Secret to Shooting and Editing on Your Smartphone If you haven’t tried Lightroom Mobile before here are some tips to help you get starting, and how to use the App for your phone. Read More at Digital Photography School

How Shooting Photos Based on a Theme Can Improve Your Work

Digital Photography School Do you have a theme that is recurring in your photography? How Shooting Photos Based on a Theme Can Improve Your Work In this article we’re going to talk about how having a theme before you go out to shoot can improve your images. I used to go out on the street, in order to find the perfect shot. Months in a row I did that. I knew that I loved this lack of control, but something […]

Tips for Shooting Landscapes With a Telephoto Lens

Digital Photography School Put that wide angle lens aside for a moment – here’s how to create beautiful landscapes with your telephoto lens Tips for Shooting Landscapes With a Telephoto Lens Time to think outside the usual box when shooting landscapes. Put away your wide-angle and get our your telephoto lenses. Here are some tips on using long lenses to create unique landscape images. Read More at Digital Photography School

20 Dos and Don’ts for Shooting the Moon

Digital Photography School How to create great images of the moon. 20 Dos and Don’ts for Shooting the Moon The moon is a very popular subject for photographers of all skill levels to shoot. But if you’ve ever tried to photograph the moon, you’ve probably discovered that it’s not that easy to accomplish. In this article let’s look at some dos and don’ts to take your moon shots from snapshot to… Read More at Digital Photography School

The Benefits of Shooting in Auto Mode

Digital Photography School The Benefits of Shooting in Auto Mode https://digital-photography-school.com/benefits-shooting-auto-mode/ Read More at Digital Photography School

Tips to keep in mind when shooting travel street photography

DIYPhotography Tips to keep in mind when shooting travel street photography http://bit.ly/1q7HRlq Tips to keep in mind when shooting travel street photography If you frequent DIY Photography, the name Eric Kim should be familiar to you. An international street photographer and teacher, Kim knows a thing or two about capturing photos on the street, whether he’s using a small, analogue Leica or lugging around a DSLR. Today, he’s decided to share a few of his street photography tips in a […]

How to get over your fears of shooting street photography

DIYPhotography How to get over your fears of shooting street photography http://bit.ly/1SFXfys How to get over your fears of shooting street photography Yesterday, we shared a video from Eric Kim wherein he shares a montage of tips for shooting street photography while traveling. Today, we’ve come across an older video from Eric that follows along the same lines of yesterday’s video, but addresses a separate problem, the fear of street photography. Street photography is a daunting genre to dive into. […]

Shooting the moon with a Raspberry PI, a cheap lens and no DSLR

DIYPhotography Shooting the moon with a Raspberry PI, a cheap lens and no DSLR http://bit.ly/1PRTCAX Shooting the moon with a Raspberry PI, a cheap lens and no DSLR Shooting the moon has been a little obsession of mine for a very long time, in fact ever since I started photography. I guess it is my love of impossible images, science fiction and science fact that drove me to want to take photographs of the moon. I tried a few things […]

Tips for Shooting More Interesting Sports Portraits

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Tips for Shooting More Interesting Sports Portraits Team portraits are easy to snap but difficult to master. A lot of basic portraits stick with the obvious shots—line up the players, stand in front of them, and shoot a few times in case someone blinked the first time. But Kentucky-based photographer Matt Hernandez has some suggestions for anyone abo… Read More at Picture Correct

I, Photographer: Shooting the Big leagues

Popular Photography Welcome back, baseball! Would you want a gig as a big league photographer? I, Photographer: Shooting the Big leagues Ron Vesely is the Chicago White Sox’s team photographer. Read More at Popular Photography

Shooting New Zealand’s Landscapes for a Week with Only a 50mm Lens

PetaPixel Shooting landscapes with only a 50mm lens. Shooting New Zealand’s Landscapes for a Week with Only a 50mm Lens My name is Timmy Smalls, and I’m a photographer based in Melbourne. I recently traveled to the south island of New Zealand for a week with only a 50mm Read More at PetaPixel

Shooting a Love Story With a Slider / Rhino Slider Review

DIYPhotography Wanna learn how to use a slider for getting motion in your story? we shot a short love movie using 5 different slider moves Shooting a Love Story With a Slider / Rhino Slider Review DIYP takes a look at the Rhino 4 feet slider. We shot a 5 Slider Moves love story. more info here: http://www.diyphotography.net/5-simple-shots-you-can-use-t… Read More at DIY Photography

Tips for Shooting Blue Hour

Digital Photography School How to take beautiful landscape images during Blue Hour Tips for Shooting Blue Hour Here are 3 video tutorials with some great tips for shooting at blue hour. Take your dusk and night photography to the next level. Read More at Digital Photography School

Photographer Rich Clarkson Has Been Shooting March Madness For 60 Years

Popular Photography March Madness may be long over, but we still have much respect for this fellow Photographer Rich Clarkson Has Been Shooting March Madness For 60 Years The legendary college basketball photographer decides that this will be his last year shooting court-side Read More at Popular Photography

Tips for Confidently Shooting Street Photography

Fstoppers Want to shoot some street photography? Here’s how to do it. Tips for Confidently Shooting Street Photography Whether you’re traveling abroad or exploring the streets where you live, it’s important to have confidence when shooting street photography. Photographer, Pierre T. Lambert shares a few tips to help you confidently capture images that you’ll be proud of. Read More at Fstoppers

Tips for Doing a Summer Project 92 to Get You Out Shooting

Digital Photography School This project sounds like a great way to improve your photography over the summer months PS: for those of you in the southern hemisphere maybe you could do a Winter Project 92 Tips for Doing a Summer Project 92 to Get You Out Shooting Maybe taking on a full year-long project like a 365 is a bit daunting for you. So why not try something a bit shorter like a summer project 92. Over 13 weeks take […]

Getting Creative When Shooting Portraits With Color Gels

Fstoppers Color gels are awesome. Getting Creative When Shooting Portraits With Color Gels Using gels opens up a world of colors when shooting portraits. But you don’t always have to place the gel paper over the light and shoot. How creative can you get when shooting portraits with color gels? Read More at Fstoppers

I Fell Into the Ocean While Shooting a Wedding

PetaPixel A wedding photographer’s nightmare. I Fell Into the Ocean While Shooting a Wedding This is the story of how I fell into the ocean while shooting a wedding. I was contracted to shoot a wedding for a couple named Erin and Ben. It was poised to be a beautiful day: we had great weather and everyone involved was super excited as the wedding ceremony was to be out on a small island just… Read More at PetaPixel

24hr Challenge: Shooting 7 Creative Travel Photos with a Compact Camera

PetaPixel We challenged a pro to shoot 7 creative shots with 1 compact camera in just 24 hours. 24hr Challenge: Shooting 7 Creative Travel Photos with a Compact Camera We recently gave photographer Nate Luebbe a challenge to test his creativity under pressure: he was tasked with shooting 7 creative travel photos that capture the spirit of Norway within 24 hours using a compact camera. The 8-minute video above shows how he fared. Luebbe was shooting and vlogging wi… Read […]

Gear for B-Roll Shooting When You’re a Team of One

Fstoppers Shooting by yourself? No problem! Gear for B-Roll Shooting When You’re a Team of One In one of his latest videos, renowned YouTuber Thomas Heaton discusses the gear he utilizes for B-roll while producing videos for his large following. Heaton produces great cinematic work, but I was more taken by a profound statement during the video: the content and story you tell is far more impor… Read More at Fstoppers

Photographer shooting on public road almost being ran over for shooting on “private driveway”

DIYPhotography Photographer shooting on public road almost being ran over for shooting on “private driveway” http://bit.ly/29wABZz Photographer shooting on public road almost being ran over for shooting on “private driveway” We’ve seen some crazy folks freaking out over photographers asking photographers to stop shooting but this one goes over the top. This is the first time I am seeing a photographer being threatened to be ran over for shooting cars. According to Alex Stone, an automotive photographer from LA, h… […]

Apparently capturing Pokemons while second shooting is a thing now

DIYPhotography Apparently capturing Pokemons while second shooting is a thing now http://bit.ly/29IgYxS Apparently capturing Pokemons while second shooting is a thing now If you’re living in the this earth you know that capturing Pokemons with the pokemon go app is sucking out everyone’s time. People have been capturing pokemons in parks, museums, just on the street and actually everywhere…. you will not hear me complain to anything that get folks … Read More at DIY Photography

Here’s the New Canon EOS-1D X Mark II Firing Off 16fps Continuous Shooting Bursts (VIDEO)

Shutterbug Magazine Wow! Here’s the New Canon EOS-1D X Mark II Firing Off 16fps Continuous Shooting Bursts (VIDEO) The new Canon EOS-1D X Mark II was unveiled last night and as with many pro digital SLRs aimed at sports photographers and photojournalists, the new camera has impressive speed. In particular, it can fire off bursts of images at 14 frames per second with auto exposure (AE) and predictive autofocus (… Read More at Shutterbug.com

How to Refresh Your Creativity by Shooting Digital with a Film Mindset

Digital Photography School Can you improve your photography with a ‘film mindset’. In this article Adam argues the case. How to Refresh Your Creativity by Shooting Digital with a Film Mindset Even if you have never shot analog film or a film camera, there are a few lessons you can take away from shooting digital with a film mindset. Read More at Digital Photography School

What are you shooting this #weekend? Photo by Luis Valadares: #photography

500px What are you shooting this #weekend? Photo by Luis Valadares: https://goo.gl/8gnCrR #photography Read More at 500px

Shooting With One of the Rarest Lenses in the World: The Canon EF 1200mm f/5.6L

Fstoppers Anyone have one of these we can borrow? Shooting With One of the Rarest Lenses in the World: The Canon EF 1200mm f/5.6L Normally, you mount a lens to a camera, but with a lens this big, you mount the camera to it. Learn about one of the rarest and largest lenses ever made, the Canon EF 1200mm f/5.6L. Read More at Fstoppers

Pros an Cons of Shooting Alone Versus Being a Group Photographer?

Digital Photography School Alone or in a Group – which do you prefer to do photography with? Or do you prefer a mix? Pros an Cons of Shooting Alone Versus Being a Group Photographer? Are you the lone wolf, always shooting by yourself? Or are you more of a socializer, a group photographer? Neither is right or wrong, let’s see the benefits of each. Read More at Digital Photography School

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