Wedding Photography Tips | Compilation of our Best
This article encompasses many of the best SLR Lounge articles and tutorials on Wedding Photography.
How to: Light Outdoor Group Shots With Bare Bulb Flashes
Shooting a large group of people can be a challenge, and lighting that same group outdoors in the middle of…
Giving Film a Chance, Exploring New Photography in an Old School Way
Full disclosure, I’m a hybrid shooter, shooting both digital and film. I love what digital allows me to do as a creative, but film has found a place in my workflow and I think if you give it a chance, it will win you over.
Dramatic Photographic Landscapes from my own Backyard
Photographer Rick Berk is a photographer who once a year spends a week of his vacation shooting at locations around the country. He has been to places like Yosemite, Acadia, Denali and most recently he decided to shoot in my backyard on the Oregon Coast.
Getting Better Shots at the Zoo
I took a family trip to the Zoo this weekend and so I figured that maybe some of you might like some tips for getting better shots of the animals at the Zoo. If you have a Zoo in the area you it is likely a pretty popular family outing, this means lots of people and lots of cameras.
How to Deal with People Getting in Your Shot – Ask SLR Lounge Ep1
As a photographer or cinematographer, nothing is worse than having the perfect image ruined by someone stepping into the shot. So how do you deal with situations like these? We have some helpful suggestions…
Von Wong’s 7 Tips to Succeed in an Unplanned Shoot
What’s more difficult than planning for a shoot? Having to deal with an unplanned shoot. Benjamin Von Wong offers 7 tips to get the best out of your unplanned shoot.
Constructive Video Critique Ep 5: Importance of Subject Matter over Processing Technique
In this Thanksgiving episode of SLR Lounge Constructive Video Critique, we go over among other things, the importance of having a good subject matter over processing techniques. Good use of compositional technique, lighting, and subject choice can help make a photograph look interesting before adding any post-processing technique such as HDR. To learn more from Post Production Pye, check out the post.
The SLR Lounge Constructive Video Critique Series Episode 4
In this episode of the SLR Lounge Constructive Video Critique, we take a look a modernistic architectural photography, a quiet moment on the beach, a tough guy in the middle of a vineyard, and more. With each photo, we explain what works and what can be improved, as well as talk about principles of photography such as Rembrandt lighting, leading lines, long exposure HDR, and triangles in composition.
The SLR Lounge Constructive Video Critique Series Episode 3
This is our third installment of the SLR Lounge Constructive Video Critique. In each episode, we take a look at a handful of images from our SLR Lounge Forum’s Constructive Critique section and we explain what works and what can be improved with each image. This time, we have 9 images covering everything from portraits to wildlife.
Photography Essentials: The Sunny 16 Rule
With all the sophistication of modern metering system, it seems like the good ol’ Sunny 16 Rule can be dismissed as one of the old relics of the film era. But it is still a valid and useful rule nonetheless, and one that can teach growing photographers about the principles of metering.
So if you haven’t heard about the Sunny 16 Rule or just need to brush up on it again, here’s a quick primer on this classic metering rule.