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Wedding Workshop Two | Photographing the Groom: Introduction to Shooting Dramatic Groom & Groomsmen Portraits

Introduction to Shooting Dramatic Groom & Groomsmen Portraits What do you do when you are shooting indoors in scenes that are moody and dramatic and you want to save the environmental light in that scene. We are going to be…


Wedding Workshop Two | Photographing the Groom: Introduction To Shooting The Details

It’s all about the details – in this chapter we will cover how we set up, light, and photograph our detail shots. Often times Groom’s have specific requirements for how they want their details photographed, or which details they want…


From Shoot to Post: Shooting and Processing Detail Shots

Perhaps surprisingly, details should be shot and processed just like standard portraits.


Caroline Tran | Light & Love: A Storytelling Photography Workshop: Shooting for the Final Product

Why is storytelling so important? Without direction or storytelling, the final product, or the images you share on a blog or website, or even in a wedding album or on a wall, will resemble a collection of random, disconnected portraits that people may or may not like.

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Portrait Challenge | 4 Photographers Shooting Canon & Nikon & One Model

A few months back we featured a video by Jessica Kobeissi, a young photographer and educator based out of Detroit,...

Shooting Tethered | Free Video Course & Guide

Depending on the type of photography you’ve chosen to focus on, you may find that tethering is never really...

Shooting Fashion | 10 Things I Learned at Fashion Week 2017

This article was originally published on Adorama Learning Center Every Fashion Week I learn something new. This is my...

The Stills & Video Stabilization From The OM-D E-M1 Mk II Is A New Gold Standard For Handheld Shooting

The Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II is quite a mouthful to say, but hardly a handful to handle. It’s been the center of...

Shooting Boudoir With Only Natural Light | Lindsay Adler

New York based fashion and beauty photographer and Canon Explorer of Light Lindsay Adler has teamed up with...

How I Shot It | Shooting Portraits & Editorial Looks In Direct Sunlight

I used to be terrified to shoot in harsh sunlight. I avoided it like the plague, and as a consequence...

Capture One VS Lightroom For Tethered Shooting

Capture One VS Lightroom For Tethered Shooting

For professionals, shooting tethered is an integral part of their workflow but which program is better, Lightroom or...

Are You Ignoring The Power Of Tethered Shooting?

Shooting Tethered | Why It’s So Good & Practical Advice On Doing It

Tethered shooting. Once you try it, you won't be able to do without it. See why I couldn't live without it and why...

Raw Vs. JPEG | Karl Taylor Quickly Demonstrates & Explains Why You Should Be Shooting Raw

Karl Taylor weighs in on one of the leading debates, perhaps more important now than ever with the progress of JPEGs

Pacing a Fuji X-T2 | Shooting Dancers Through Rain & NYC City Grime With Omar Z. Robles

See how street photographer Omar Robles uses the FujiFilm XT2 to capture the juxtaposition of elegant ballerinas in...

Guide To Tethered Shooting Using Capture One Pro

Tethered shooting allows you to connect your camera to your computer, the benefits of which are not to be...

Tips on Shooting with a Phone vs. DSLRs for Instagram

Building your brand and business requires a social presence, but you don't always need a DSLR for it.