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The 5 Dollar Studio – How To Create Great Portraits Anywhere
Capturing an incredible portrait doesn’t always mean you have to have thousands of dollars worth of gear in order to “Get it right” for your clients. Follow along as Gary Friedman shows how you can create a properly lit portrait with just a “5 Dollar Studio” that fits in your backpack.
How To Become A Wedding Videographer – A Quick Step by Step Guide
Getting started as a wedding videographer can be very overwhelming, especially when you don’t have a clue where to start. Thankfully we’ve got you covered with a quick start guide to help you figure out the steps you need to follow to get your videography career moving in the right direction.
Stop Motion Animations For Photographers
Stop motion isn’t just for Tim Burton films, they can be a great addition to your photography offerings! Wedding photographer Justin Ho shares how to make cinema-graphs in Photoshop and why he loves incorporating them into his client galleries.
Check out this HILARIOUS New Ad for the Dell XPS 15 Powered by Intel by Our Friends at Mango Street
Check out this hilarious “how to make the perfect travel video” ad for the Dell XPS Laptop in the way that only Mango Street team can.
Gels & Pin Lighting for Stylized Portraits | Slice of Pye Ep. 12
Nail this technique in three simple steps!
Lose the Glare! 3 Simple Steps to Cleaning Up Those Blinding Glares in Eyeglasses!
What do you do when the person you’re shooting is wearing glasses and you’ve caught some reflections and glare in the lens? Fortunately there is a relatively simple way to deal with this in Adobe Photoshop so your portrait can shine without that distracting glare.
Using Range Masks to Enhance Your Photos In Lightroom with Thomas Heaton
Landscape photographer Thomas Heaton discusses one tool in Lightroom that will change and improve the way you process your images moving forward.