We see them all over the place; in television advertisements, in magazines, and on the runway. They are the beautiful men and women who strut their stuff while showing off the latest styles from the hottest fashion designers. These are the fashion models of today and tomorrow, and the subject of high fashion photography. It is through photography that these models and fashionable clothing are brought to the public. Therefore, these photographs must be taken with a certain level of precision and a special attention to color, style, and lighting composition. Learning a few key fashion photography tips will help to make this possible.
If you are trying to capture professional athlete action on camera, you don’t want to end up being frustrated when the pictures don’t turn out so well. If you are confused and wonder why your sports photography is not so hot, don’t get worried.
As beginners, most professional sport photographers make common mistakes while shooting triathlon, basketball, body building, National Basketball League or any other form of commercial athlete photography.
Commercial advertising sport photography is not easy for anyone. Even sports photography experts find it difficult to shoot the action live and get it right. To get better pictures, you can take help from several tips.
Digital Photography Tip One – Busting The Dust:
Digital SLRs with removable lenses are prone to dust landing on the sensor. Static electricity around the sensor can possibly contribute to attracting dust particles, or other elements to this sensitive area of your camera.
To get rid of the dust you can use a camera blower brush, and tilt the camera down while blowing. Take care not to get any of the hairs snagged inside!
Black and white photography is a number of monochrome forms in visual art. Monochrome comes from the Greek monochromos meaning “of one color”, which is a combination of monos, meaning “alone” or “solitary” and chroma meaning “color”. Quite basic when you break it down!
For Many decades black and white photography dominated the scene until color was introduced. From the 16th century when the brightness and clarity of camera obscures was improved by enlarging the hole with a telescope lens until now, we still admire the purity of black and white photography. It was not until the 17thCentury, 1727 to be exact, when Professor J. Schulze mixed chalk, nitric acid, and silver in a flask, that the first photosensitive compound was created. And in 1816 Nicéphore Niépce combines the camera obscure with photosensitive paper and created a permanent image in 1826.
In the past black and white dominated the media. Movies, television and even computers, were all monochrome. It was not until the middle of the 20th century that color photography became popular.
Wedding Photography is a concoction of an interesting profession and a highly creative venture that takes into account preserving the unforgettable moments of the golden times of an individual’s life. Wedding photography services would include the entire array from wedding announcement, engagement and ceremony to reception. Gone are the days of analog photos; technological advancement has paved the way for digital photography which has added new dimension to wedding photography too. A professional wedding photographer shoots primarily two types of photographs, namely, traditional and photojournalistic. While the earlier deals with conventional practice of photographs with specific poses, the latter is all about informal and spontaneous photos. Along with these, many contemporary styles of photography are emerging making the entire concept a lot more dynamic. Wedding photography is evolving with changing times and still continues to be an utmost important wing of wedding activities.
A perfect wedding photographer only can take care of the three important factors associated with wedding photography; cost, skill and labor. The photographer has to be alert throughout the event taking care of every detail so that nothing gets missed out! That is why wedding couples always prefer hiring professionals for the shoot instead of having family and friends doing the same. Unlike traditional wedding photos, the modern ones are full of varieties. This requires specific skill sets on the part of the photographer. Observing every subtle detail is an important as capturing the same with mastery! Post photography operations include considerable time and labor whereby compilation gets done.
For many amateur photographers, like myself, it is easy to get caught up in a one-tracked view on the skills that are required for good photography. In this article we take a look at a few digital photography tips and tricks that will help you understand the importance of view points in your photographs.
There is a tendency with amateur photographers to focus solely on the technical aspect of photography such as pixels and megapixels, lens sizes and shutter speeds.
All photographers love to capture the places that are dear to their hearts – and who doesn’t love a day at the beach. Nature photographers, wedding photographers and old-fashioned happy snappers; we can all find inspiration in beach photography.
Beach photography can be particularly challenging, even for experienced nature photographers. We are often inspired by the sounds, the smells, the open space; so your task as a nature photographer is not just to photograph a location, but to encapsulate a feeling.
Have you ever seen someone else’s hobby and really liked the look of it? Have you then tried the hobby but found it a bit intimidating or overwhelming? I have seen many different things like this, where people makes the most beautiful arts or crafts. The design look amazing and it sounds fun to do, but in the end I am too scared to try because I do not think I am artistic. I have taking some cookery classes, but this was to enhance my existing skills. It took my friend to push me into learning something new, to get me to realize everything I had been missing out on.
My friend and I were looking to fill up our summer with something fun. We went to the local library and looked through the community activity sheets that were being offered. There was everything under the sun; juggling classes, a Frisbee club. Then I saw one that really caught my eye: black and white photography. I have always loved photographs. I did a small amount of work experience with a photographer and absolutely loved his color photos. But there was just something about the simplistic nature of black and white photographs. I am not very skilled at taking photographs; in fact I am not skilled at all, so I approached with caution.
The Wedding Photography Blueprint by Nick Stubbs provides a valuable resource for all wedding photographers, whether you are a professional or an amateur starting out. It is one of the most in-depth and informative wedding photography online DVD courses available. Comprising of footage taken from a full, 2-day wedding photography course as well as an actual wedding, it gives you a full and comprehensive understanding of what to expect and what to do when shooting weddings.
The screen recordings for the Wedding Photography Blueprint are intertwined at various and well timed intervals throughout the course to highlight problematic images being worked on in Photoshop in order to salvage excellent looking wedding photos from somewhat mediocre RAW files. These are placed alongside many other traditional Photoshop tutorials which includes the use of recommended software and add-ons to make your images stand out from the crowd. This is one of the most important sections in the Wedding Photography Blueprint, as digital imaging plays an essential role in digital wedding photography. A wedding is one of the most important event in a couple’s lifetime, and there is absolutely no excuses for missing out on important images which failed to turn out as good due to lighting or technical glitches.
Historically, I ‘ve used a number of black and white films, including Ilford FP4 and Ilford Delta 100. Recently I have been using mostly Ilford’s XP2Super chromogenic film.
I use exclusively Ilford’s Multigrade IV RC printing paper – it’s reliable, consistent and I know how it behaves! (I do have some more interesting papers in the fridge, but somehow I never get around to trying them!).