Photography Masterclass Magazine Issue 69

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United States
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English
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Hysteresis Media Ltd
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Monthly
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12 Edições

nesta edição

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editor’s note

Welcome to this edition of Photography Masterclass. By taking your portraits outdoors you can create some really dramatic images. Shooting outside can give your portraits a more relaxed feel, helping to create beautiful on location images. In this issue we look at how to shoot outdoor portraits and get the best possible results every time. Also in this issue, learn exactly how to clean your camera and lenses like a pro. You'll discover the best way to sharpen portraits in a great Photoshop video tutorial. We also being you an in-depth interview with inspirational landscape photographer, Brian Adelberg. And don't miss the lowdown on the Sony FE 400 mm f/2.8 OG OSS Lens, where we discuss whether this lens combined with the Sony A9 could be the ultimate combo for sports photographers! Plus lots…

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editor’s choice

ATHABASCA SWIRLS By: Patrick Marson Ong Shot Details: It was one of those epic mornings from my visit to the Canadian Rockies last summer. I was not expecting that the light would blow up like this since the haze coming from a forest fire was very thick. Since Athabasca Falls is so popular, the place gets overly crowded during sunset, so we opted for a sunrise. We had the entire place to ourselves. Amazing. Taken with a NiSi Filters V5 Pro System, NiSi 3 stops soft GND. Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, with Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM lens, at 16mm, f/11, 1/6 sec, ISO 160. Portfolio | Facebook PORTRAIT By: Alessio Moglioni Shot Details: Nikon D810, with Nikon AF-S Nikkor 105mm f/1.4E ED, at 105mm, f/11, 1/125 sec, ISO 400. Shot in studio with…

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how to pull off a unique camera angle in tight spaces!

Sometimes shooting in small spaces can be a logistical challenge. You want the angle to be right, but you can't see the back of the screen. So how do you know if your footage is coming out the way you want it to? How do you know if everything is in focus or leveled? By using the Platypod camera mount as well as a monitor, you can really spice up your images with unique looks - without hurting yourself in the process! ABOUT THE AUTHOR: With more than two decades of experience Jay P. Morgan brings to his commercial studio two special qualities: a keen appreciation of the bizarre and a knack for flawlessly executing elaborate shots. Through The Slanted Lens, Jay P. shares his knowledge about photography and videography.…

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how to clean your camera & lenses like a pro

Photographic equipment needs to be kept clean and undergo regular maintenance, so that it gives you the best possible results. The advantage of DSLRs and CSCs (mirrorless) cameras is that you can change lenses to suit different shooting situations. Of course, the downside of this is that when you’re switching lenses, dust can enter your sensor. Combined with general wear and tear and transporting your kit around, it’s easy to see how camera gear can get a bit grubby. So, in this article we’ll look at the best way to keep your camera and lenses in top condition. CAMERA BODIES Let’s start with the easy cleaning! Camera bodies are full of buttons with little crevices that dirt can get into. Use a special microfibre lens cloth and give your camera body a good clean.…

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video how to clean your sensor

You should clean your sensor on a regular basis because it's easier than photoshopping out every piece of dust. Here's how I do it! NOTE: Some mirrorless cameras have a cleaning mode, too, that you might need to turn on. Check our camera's manual. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Chelsea and Tony Northrup are photographers based in Connecticut. They are the creators of the top-rated photography book, “Tony Northrup’s DSLR Book: How to Create Stunning Digital Photography” which features over nine hours of video training and free lifetime updates. To see more of their tutorials and photos you can follow them on Facebook and YouTube…

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video tutorial: the best way to sharpen portraits in photoshop

After spending long hours on a photo edit, sharpening is the best way to enhance all of the details you worked so hard to preserve. It’s also a great tool to help guide the viewer’s eye to the subject of the image. In this tutorial, we show you the best sharpening method out there to target and highlight the details that matter. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Phlearn is a small, fast and flexible company comprised of creative and passionate photography professionals. Our fun and innovative company creates Photoshop and Photography tutorials for photographers in all phases of their career. Find out more on Phlern's website, or follow on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram…

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