This course is designed to show how to light subjects and drama with natural light, led by DOP Ben Allan. It is wrong to think that because you are not lighting with electric lights you are not lighting a scene, but with creativity and a solid technical understand lighting with natural light can be incredibly rewarding and even a very fast way to shoot.
With the vast array of digital cameras and advanced software available to photographers today, quality images are abundant and easier to create than ever before. The overwhelming amount of images flooding the market has ignited a resurgence in the art of “color gelled photography.” If standing out from the sea of image overload and creating vibrant, colorful images that “wow” your clients is your goal, this tutorial will give you the tools necessary to master the nuances of colored gel photography and propel your photography to the next level.
Welcome to the first class from the "Photoshop Light Effects" Series! In this video we will add style to a summer portrait with quick and simple Lens Flare effect.
In this course, photographer and educator Erin Manning shows beginning photographers how to appreciate and work with natural light. First Erin takes a look at the qualities of light, from softness to direction to color, and details the camera settings that help you get the most out of the scene's available light. Then Erin works together with a student to shoot a natural-light portrait, employing inexpensive accessories such as reflectors along the way.
Travel with iconic street photographer trashhand as he shares his process for shooting a brand lookbook — the pro approach that built his street photography career.
In any portrait photography, it's a give that there will be some facial retouching to make your subjects look their best. We cover the basics of both Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom for retouching skin, enhancing eyes, color correction and more!
In these short and sweet series of “Travel Photography for Beginners” classes I will talk about light, composition, making portraits and editing. I decided to break these topics into separate classes so it will be easier to digest.