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How to Shoot and Edit a Natural Light Long Exposure Portrait
Learn this long exposure photography trick with this full-length shoot-to-post tutorial!
How to Incorporate Motion into Flash Photography, Part Two
Last week we discussed how we photographed this image but in this video, we cover how we edited and composited this image together in Photoshop.
How to Incorporate Motion into Flash Photography, Part One
We’re going to break down how we not only lit but also incorporated motion to create an incredible flash photography photo!
5 Ways to Separate your Subject From the Background
When shooting portraits, finding a way to draw the viewer’s attention to the subject and make them pop out from…
5 Things to Consider For Better Action Photography
Here are 5 things to consider to help you take your action photography to the next level!
How to Create Motion in Action Photography with Corey Rich
Corey Rich shows you how using a slower shutter speed can help you capture a mountain biker in motion, creating a much more dramatic action still image.
How to be Creative with Slow Shutter Speed
One of the great things about shutter speed is that you have a lot of creative options when it comes to implying motion. Adding motion to a still photography can turn a regular photo into one that is dynamic and full of energy. Alternatively, you can create abstract motion and add a surreal mood to your images. Some examples that you may be familiar with include a speeding train passing by a train station or a trail of lights from the cars at night. The creative possibilities with using slow shutter speed are endless.