Episode 33 of my photography series introduces action photography. Please subscribe and feel free to submit video requests! Also check out my other sites on …
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Episode 29 of my photography series is about macro photography (part 1 of 2). Please subscribe and feel free to submit video requests! Also check out my other sites on the Web: Blogs: binarygraphite.blogspot.com or binarygraphite.tumblr.com Facebook: www.facebook.com Twitter: twitter.com
Your Questions Answered. A first of several webisodes geared toward answering beginner strobist and off camera lighting questions. In this first episode, we dicuss what kind of lights / flashes to buy and where to get them as well as how to mount them on a light stand
Her personality is infectious. And so is her work. Michelle Moore has bridged a gap between high school seniors and models. It doesn’t matter what the shoot is for, or what style of shoot it is, she will deliver on making her client feel beautiful. Michelle Moore started her career as a band photographer in 2003, and has since shot many models, high school seniors, actors, wedding and local events. Her focus is now on Fashion Editorials, and her boutique-style High School Senior Portraits. She brings her models an experience like no other, and works only with a team of the fabulous makeup artists and stylists to make her models feel amazing; models and high school seniors alike. Michelle’s team makes her subjects feel at home and like a rockstar all at once. “The world is her studio and you are the star.” Today, Michelle gives amazing advice on how she gives her “models” the ultimate experience and takes us on location to a fashion editorial shoot. Not only is her subject a model, but she’s also a high school senior. And today, she is Michelle’s rockstar. Photography, Michelle Moore michellemoore.com Make-up & Hair, Jenny Bowker http Styling, Stacy Zimmerman szstyling.com Clothing, Horseshoe Boutique http Jewelry, Kimberly Baker kimberlybaker.com Wired by Noel http Model, Madeline of SMG smgmodels.com salt&prep (teen fashion blog) http Facebook Fanpage facebook.com Twitter twitter.com “Special thanks to John, Jenny, Stacy, Jill, Kimberly, Noel, Madeline & her awesome mom …
Guess whos back!?? 🙂 Sorry for the mouse being invisible but that shouldn’t be a problem as i explain everything. Extra Tags: Photoshop Tutorial Anime Signature Effects Adobe Illustrator Indesign DatsArt Jord Hutch “Jord Hutch” “Adobe Photoshop (Software)” “Adobe Illustrator (Software)” “Adobe InDesign (Software)”
In this episode Mark will show us just how easy it is to set up and take a self portrait.
Follow Mark on Twitter: @jmarkwallace In this episode Mark explains how to balance studio strobes with ambient light when shooting outside. Behind the scenes video: www.youtube.com
In this episode Mark talks about sync speed and how to use a studio strobe to freeze action.
This Week in Focus – Episode 2 – Easing DSLR Video … taking a look at the D-Focus system for your DSLR video shooting. Useful Links Supplied by dfocussystem.com My 2nd Channel www.youtube.com Website www.geekanoids.co.uk Twitter www.twitter.com Google+ gplus.to Facebook www.facebook.com
Learning studio strobes and studio techniques are a challenging and fun process….now imagine adding water. Holding your breath, not being able to communicate to your model, etc. Mallory Morrison started as a dancer and took those artistic skills as a trained photographer and dancer to the water. Today, Mallory takes us underwater to shoot a fashion spread for Live Orange County Magazine. Photographer: Mallory Morrison Facebook Stylist: Devon Poer, www.devonpoer.blogspot.com Model Lyz Harris Assistants: Liz Bretz, www.lizbretz.com Shiloh Strong, www.shilohstrong.com Makeup: Alice Coloriti, photocrew.com
Get my entire training at : www.photoserge.com or purchase the raw files used for this episode at www.photoserge.com In this episode I will show you my workflow for doing panoramas : – What I do in Lightroom 4 first. – Merging in Photoshop. – Creating the final look. You can find the raw files at this link : This week inspiration is a Panorama specialist from Paris Arnaud Frich : www.arnaudfrichphoto.com Enjoy !
In this episode Mark shows you how to use your Sekonic light meter to balance flash and ambient light.
This week Mark demonstrates some techniques for creating stop-action and time lapse videos. Watch as Mark animates a wooden toy and then creates a movie in Apple Final Cut Studio.
This is the classic three light portrait using a main light, fill card, hair light and background light in the photo studio. More info at prophotolife.com .
Episode 24 of my photography series discusses and demonstrates infrared photography; this is part 2 of 2, which is a quick Photoshop tutorial on how to post-process such images. You’ll also want to check out my blog – binarygraphite.blogspot.com – as it’s supplemented with additional information and links to sites describing this topic in detail. Hope you enjoy, remember to “Like”, and subscribe so you can stay up to date with my future videos. Follow Me on Twitter: twitter.com
In this episode Mark will show us how to take those up close photos! Macro photography provides unique opportunities to produce creative and dramatic photos and Mark shows us a couple examples.
Episode 23 of my photography series discusses and demonstrates infrared photography; this is part 1 of 2. You’ll also want to check out my blog – binarygraphite.blogspot.com – as it’s supplemented with additional information and links to sites describing this topic in detail. Hope you enjoy, remember to “Like”, and subscribe so you can stay up to date with my future videos. Follow Me on Twitter: twitter.com