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Off Camera Flash Tutorial
Tutorial on using off camera flash for shooting portraits.
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Photography FAQ3
Some more photo FAQ's answered
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How to Shoot Professional Looking Head Shots At Home
You can shoot awesome portraits and head shots in almost any environment if you think about focal length, composition and light.
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Slow Sync Rear Curtain Flash
How to use 2nd syn rear curtain flash for brighter night time backgrounds
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Candlelight From A Speedlight
Create the candle light look with speedlight photography.
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Photoshop tutorial: Simulating lantern lighting
Use Photoshop to add 'lantern light' to images.
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Two Portraits, One Light With Gavin Hoey
How to shoot self portraits with one basic light.
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Photoshop Elements tutorial: Correcting lighting with a Levels adjustment
Correcting lighting with a Levels adjustment in Elements.
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Thorsten Ott
Name: Thorsten Ott
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Description: I have been photographing for almost 30 years. My interest in photography started as a teenager when I observed my two uncles at work, both prominent graphic designers in Germany. After high school, I studied at two art programs and took numerous photography courses. Eventually my first college photography instructor stated, "I have taught you all I know, Grasshopper, I suggest a school named Brooks Institute of Photography in California, you will like the weather too". An advanced placement student, I graduated from Brooks Institute of Photography with a BA in Advertising Photography in 1989. After graduation I moved to Los Angeles and began assisting large commercial photographers. My first lesson, lighting modifiers are not always from the camera store, instead it was a mix of custom designed lighting tools. Items made from fabric and hardware stores. Second lesson, lighting brand names do not matter, as long as it got the job done. The photographers I assisted for in the States and Europe all used similar modifiers, and simply added their own recipe to get the effect they required. Recently, well almost five years ago, I relocated to Seattle, WA from the Midwest, and set up shop shooting product and people photography. Today I still use the same lighting tools, just modified for my work style. Lighting is paramount to developing your own look as a photographer. Additionally, your team and how one poses the model or arranges the subject is equally important. Last year my youngest brother suggested I put out a tutorial. Teaching and speaking with other photographers has always been a rewarding experience for me. Perhaps now I can pass along just a little bit of information and spark the imagination in all of us. Keeping in tune with changing digital technologies and trends occupies much of my time. I use my creative lighting style and technical skills to fulfill the clients goals on time and on budget. I use color, lighting, and composition to create a 3-dimensional image. A projects highlights include images for Apple, Bosch, Electrolux, HomeDepot, Krups, Macy's, Nike, Vendaria Media, and many others.
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Chris Warkocki
Name: Chris Warkocki
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Description: Chris Warkocki teaches photography classes at local camera stores and runs a studio where he holds local photo meets. His website is a portal designed to help everyone learn more about photography and to learn a little bit more about being a photographer.
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Dan Harlacher
Name: Dan Harlacher
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Description: Dan is senior product manager for onOne Software and pro photographer. Before, Dan was a product manager at Extensis. Dan graduated with a Bachelors degree in Fine Art from Oregon State University and still shoots regularly to feed his passion. Dan spends his spare time with his pro photographer wife working in their studio.
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Rick Sammon
Name: Rick Sammon
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Description: Photographer Rick Sammon has published 28 books, he writes for several photographic magazines and he also has a series of DVDs for photographers and Photoshop users. Each year he travels the globe in search of new images and annually gives more than a dozen photography related workshops and presentations across the globe. He has now turned his attentions to ePHOTOzine.tv and will be supplying you with a series of photography tutorials about lighting and portrait photography. Visit his website for more information.
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Damien Lovegrove
Name: Damien Lovegrove
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Description: Damien learned his trade as a cameraman and lighting director during 14 years at the BBC, working on programmes such as the Clothes Show, Top of the Pops and Casualty. Days off from filming were often spent taking photographs for a variety of top name clients including Peugeot, Motorola, and Adidas.. In 1999 he launched a career in wedding and portrait photography and established a world class brand. More recently he set up Lovegrove Consulting photographer training.
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Mark Cleghorn
Name: Mark Cleghorn
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Description: Mark Cleghorn is a photographer with a distinctive style; his images have won hundreds of awards including the Kodak Gold Award 17 times. His work has been acknowledged by the photographic industry who awarded him four Fellowships for his outstanding images, he has influenced photographers across the world setting new trends and techniques and was one of the first to fully embrace digital. Mark has written books on portrait and wedding photography as well as Digital and Lighting, he has judged photographers work all over the world and is still considered to be one of the major influences of style and technique in the wedding and portrait industry today.
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Karl Taylor
Name: Karl Taylor
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Description: Karl Taylor, a professional photographer for over 15 years, has traveled the globe on assignments for some of the world’s most successful companies. Four years ago he started a series of creative workshops for photographers and soon found he had an incredible ability to impart his knowledge and experience to others. These workshops attracted hundreds of photographers including many professionals who knew the value of Karl’s extensive experience in the industry. Due to the substantial demand and in order to reach a wider audience, Karl produced a series of online and DVD training programmes and now has satisfied customers from all over the world completing his training courses. Karl still shoots advertising and commercial photography from his busy studio for a range of international clients and in 2009 he was short-listed for a Hasselblad Masters Award, one of the most prestigious accolades in the industry. To encourage photographers to get out there and get great photos Karl also has extensive free training and monthly competitions available.
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Stuart Little
Name: Stuart Little
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Description: Stuart is recognised as a world class tutor and an exceptionally talented photographer with over 15 years experience covering photo-journalism, sport, commercial, weddings, studio & location portraiture. Stuart originally trained as a photo-journalist at the world-renowned Stradbroke Center in Sheffield and Upon graduating, he freelanced for various UK studios & publications including the Glasgow Herald, Daily Record, Sunday Mail, Glasgow Evening Times, Derby Evening Telegraph, Ayrshire Post, Sheffield Star, EMPICS, Ayr College and Robert Stewart Photography for 8 years. He then established himself as consultant photographer providing bespoke training and digital consultancy to the photographic industry, in particular for the Social & Wedding market. Stuart has taught some of the UK's Top Wedding and Portrait Photographers and he is known as one of the UK's leading Digital Experts because of his in depth knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and Digital Photography. Stuart has been using or playing with Adobe Photoshop since the days when it was called Imagepro™ and then bundled by Barneyscan as Photoshop™ v0.87. Over the past 7 years Stuart's lectured in digital photography worldwide for Photo Training Overseas, Fujifilm, The Master Photographers Association and The British Institute of Professional Photographers. Stuart was the 1st tutor anywhere to bring Adobe Photoshop Video Tutorials into the world of High Definition. Since January 2007 all video tutorials have been captured in HD 720p.
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