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Using A Fish Tank To Create Unique Still Life Photography | How I Shot It
This extremely complex shot was accomplished using some essential techniques which all photographers and retouchers should know. In this article, you’ll learn about compositing, creative theory, and there’s a video on one of the best Photoshop techniques, Linked Smart Layers.
3 Tips For Styling Food And Other Still Life Photography
In some ways, still life photography is easier than that with living subjects – there are literally fewer moving parts,…
Which Is Better? Strobes Vs Speedlights For Product Photography
Choosing the correct light is essential for a product photographer. In this article, I discuss whether one can use the far far cheaper speedlight or if we must be stuck using only the most expensive strobes.
Use Splash Photography To Create Stunning Images | Photigy Course Review
There comes a point when you need to elevate your photography beyond the norm. Knowing things like splash photography will help you to do this. Is this course a worthwhile investment?
Photigy Pro Club Membership Review Part 2 | Still The Best Way To Learn Product Photography?
Having spent a couple months watching videos and creating photos, find out if I still think Photigy is a good investment. Is is the best place to learn product photography?
Six Sets, One Studio | Children and Things by Kristina Varaksina [How You Shot It]
How You Shot It is a series where you show us how you shot an image. Today’s ‘How You Shot It’ is a series of six photographs taken on one day, in one studio by Kristina Varaksina.
‘Back to Light’ Series Creates Steampunk Still Lifes
Did you ever make a potato battery in school? It is fascinating to see how just two tubers, some copper wire, and galvanized nails can power your electronics. Photographer Caleb Charland has been doing this for the past several years and then photographing his experiments in his ongoing series, Back to Light.
How To Create a Textured Still Life Fine Art Photograph
Some photographers might shun the whole texture overlay thing, but I have a lot of fun experimenting with them. SLR…