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Brassaï (pseudonym of Gyula Halász) (9 September 1899–8 July 1984) was a Hungarian photographer, sculptor, and filmmaker who rose to international fame in France in the 20th century. He was one of the numerous Hungarian artists who flourished in Paris beginning between the World Wars. In the early 21st century, the discovery of more than 200 letters and hundreds of drawings and other items from the period 1940-1984 has provided scholars with material for understanding his later life and career. Music by Eno/Budd, ‘Dark-eyed sister’. Ensuring your video sounds good is one of the biggest reasons why a video can make or break on Youtube. Inside this video I show you the external microphones we use to record our videos. We show you two different versions, a wired microphone which is the cheaper option and the wireless option (the one we recommend). You will soon discover why having an external microphone for your DSLR camera is crucial for any video you create. The external microphones we mention inside the video Audio-Technica Lavalier Microphone – Sennheiser Wireless Lavalier Microphone System – Watch this video on Youtube: Leave a comment about this video and which one would you choose? Remember to subscribe to our channel!

Join Bob Harrington as he will show you six different lighting scenarios that are designed to improve your work using an off-camera flash. Bob Harrington’s Blog Light Stands Radio Slave Systems Joseph Holmes, a Berkeley-born landscape photographer who’s been publishing fine art prints since the late 1960’s, joins us today on Advancing Your Photography to share his photo composition tips! Joseph’s goal is to take pictures that change people’s outlook on the world, and composition is the most important tool a photographer has, especially in landscape photography as it is one of the few factors you can control. So how does one take a life-changing photo? Holmes says that you need to work very hard and explore every photography technique so you can recognize “the shot” when you see it. His composition tip is one that many beginners forget don’t ignore the edges of your photos! Watch the full interview for these tips and more on taking landscape photos! – DSLR & Camcorder Video Tips How to Get Better Sounding Audio When Recording VideoCheck out the new Art of the Image Recommended Photography Gear List at PS If you have kids or know someone with kids, check out my latest online book, “Diary of a Nerd King” at It’s funny and it’s FREE! Please pass it along… thanks! PSS If you have toddlers or small children, check out http for my children’s ebooks for Kindle, iPad, iPod, iPhone, laptops, etc! Please pass it along… thanks!

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This is a brief introduction to basic gear and terminology for the beginning strobists, photographers using small off-camera flashes to take their photos to the next level.

A few tips to fight blurry pictures. I thought I would pass along these tips. They are a little bit “beginner” but that’s what I am. These should help you get better pics.

I conduct photographic workshops in Scotland. In this video, you see me describe some of my work and why I shot it the way I did.

In this lesson, learn how to create stunning HDR images using your night shots and Photomatix. Tips on how to bracket exposures of your night shots accurately on manual mode and how to create exciting surreal effects using Photomatix Pro. From the Photography 101 app and podcast, hosted by Scott Wittenburg.

Hear the difference between the RØDE NTG-3 and the VideoMic Pro going into a Panasonic Lumix GH2 DSLR camera. Compare the sound of a mini-plug microphone plugging directly into the camera against a professional XLR shotgun going into a Sound Devices 302 mixer and then into the camera. I also compare the sound of these mics with the Audio Technica 4073a professional shotgun microphone. For a full report, please check out my blog post at I enjoying sharing what I’m learning while working with DSLR cameras and judging from the growth I am getting on YouTube which is amazing, I would say that a lot of people are enjoying what I share. Sometimes people have learned a lot from my videos and want to give back by helping me in someway, which is fantastic! So when Michelangelo Girardi from England wanted to make a new bumper for my videos I said sure after I saw his show reel of 3D effects and animation work he does for clients. He does work on many local and national TV channels. So I hopped on Skype and spoke with him about what I was looking for. To be honest I didn’t give him that much input, I told him that he had total creative freedom. So here is what he came up with, I only asked him to do some minor tweaks to it. Watch the full version of the making of the LearningDSLRVideo Bumper: He is originally from Italy but his English is excellent, I didn’t have and issues communicating with him. Right now he is working with a very famous rock band Negrita from Italy and celebrity chef called Simone Rugiati. You can find them on YouTube, Twitter, Facebook or via email. Now that I have my monster computer running I want to use After Effects more, like this logo I did for a corporate video last year. But sometimes I just don’t have time, so I have hired people to do it for me in the past because I suck at After Effects. I have been running a ton of tests on my new computer Helps explain how infrared photos from our filters can be manipulated in Photoshop to mimic the look of the other filters. Visit our website for more videos and information on infrared photography and ir conversions.

Thanks to Marco from Time Lapse Italia ( for the Italian translation to this video! The TLI video with Italian translation can be found here The easy way to install the Canon Hack Development Kit (CHDK) Tutorial. Shoot RAW, High Dynamic Range (HDR), and time lapse with your Canon point-and-shoot camera. This Firmware update made my camera WAY more fun. There are some bad tutorials with unnecessary steps out out there. When I first researched this firmware, I found so much misinformation, I felt obligated to make this tutorial. Update: With this method, you must load the firmware when you want to use it. After you restart the camera, the default firmware is loaded. This is nice because you probably don’t want to shoot raw all the time with your point-and-shoot. I shot my Powershot SX130 IS with my Canon EOS Rebel 600D/T3i. You need: 1. Canon point-and-shoot camera (I use SX130 IS in this example) 2. SD memory card 3. SD card reader/writer (I use the one on my laptop) 4. CHDK Firmware for your camera model ( ) Contact me or see more videos and downloads at: http Links: More info and TROUBLESHOOTING at my website: Download my Ultra Intervalometer script for Time Lapse that I used in this video: YouTube: Vimeo: Music: Feint – Past Futurest This is an easy way to make a panorama using several photos and stitching them together. You’ll need Gimp from http and you’ll need the Pandora plugin from

final image: pattern: (that page has instructions for installing the pattern) font: how to install fonts: GIMP is an open source (free) image editing program with many of the same features as Adobe Photoshop. This video was recorded and edited with the following free programs: CamStudio Audacity VirtualDub

My PTGui Workflow for a 360 pano. See the completed panos at, See http for writeup.

When celebrity photographer Peter Hurley created a short training tutorial on one of the secrets behind creating great headshots, it created tremendous buzz throughout the photography community on G+. Peter instantly became a hero to many portrait photographers who now had a proven and repeatable new technique that could instantly transformed their portraits. Now, the man behind the video is here to show you how to create stunning headshots for anyone, through posing techniques and getting your subject to deliver the kind of emotion and expression that makes all the difference in the world. Produced by