Photography Masterclass Magazine Issue 70

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United States
Língua:
English
Editora:
Hysteresis Media Ltd
Periodicidade:
Monthly
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12 Edições

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editor’s note

Welcome to this edition of Photography Masterclass. Candid photography is all about catching the simple and spontaneous moments that occur in everyday life. It’s a rightly popular genre of photography as it allows you to capture natural looking images. In this issue, we look at exactly what you need to know to master this highly useful skill and shoot candid images successfully. Also in this issue – we look at whether you should go for Flash (Strobes) vs Continuous Lighting when deciding on a lighting setup. You'll discover how to blur a background and create depth of field in a great Photoshop video tutorial. We also bring you an in-depth interview with professional lifestyle photographer, Gabriela Tulian, who has a passion for turning ordinary things and moments into unique and exceptional photos.…

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editor’s choice

BLUE By: Jovana Rikalo Shot Details: Canon EOS 5D Mark III, with Canon EF 85mm f/1.2L II USM lens, f/3.2, 1/250 sec, ISO 200 Facebook | Instagram FRIENDS By: Buktan Hummen Shot Details: Nikon D5500, with Tamron SP 70-300mm f/4-5.6 Di (VC)* USD lens, at 300mm, f/5.6, 1/400 sec, ISO 400 Portfolio | Facebook DON’T BE AFRAID TO DREAM By: Jovana Rikalo Shot Details: Canon EOS 5D Mark III, with Sigma 35mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art lens, f/4.5, 1/500 sec, ISO 320 Facebook | Instagram PINK TULIPS By: Jovana Rikalo Shot Details: Canon EOS 5D Mark III, with Canon EF 85mm f/1.2L II USM lens, f/5, 1/800 sec, ISO 400 Facebook | Instagram GO HOME By: Buktan Hummen Shot Details: Sony a7 III, with FE 24-105mm F4 GOSS lens, at 40mm, f/4, 1/1250 sec, ISO 800 Portfolio | Facebook GLITTER By: Jovana Rikalo Shot Details: Canon EOS 5D Mark III, with Canon…

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don't make these travel photography mistakes!

In this video, Tony and Chelsea discuss travel photography mistakes. The mistakes people make when they're travelling and taking pictures and how to fix them. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Chelsea and Tony Northrup are photographers based in Connecticut. They are the creators of the toprated 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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flash (strobes) vs continuous lighting which should you go for?

If you are looking at investing in studio lighting, then you’ve probably wondered whether you should go for flash (strobe) or continuous lighting. Both have their advantages and disadvantages but either is a great choice for a lighting system. However, they offer different things so let’s look at both in more detail. STROBES Strobes are the industry standard for photographers and are what most people use and start out with. Buy a good set of strobes and they’ll last you a lifetime. There is a massive range available and you’ll find a huge amount of accessories. Let’s have a look at the pros and cons of strobes. PROS • Strobes are considerably cheaper than continuous lighting, meaning that you can get more for your money and invest in a wider range of accessories if…

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video flashes (strobes) vs continuous lights for photography

Chelsea compares Strobes (also known as flashes or flashlights) to continuous lights. Strobes are far more powerful than continuous lights. They're also smaller and lighter. The battery can last all day, and they stay cool. However, continuous lights work with any camera without a remote, even smartphones. They work for both stills and video. Continuous lights are always visible, making them easier to arrange before shooting (because you can see the light). They each have their advantages and disadvantages, but we'll help you figure out which is right for you. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Chelsea and Tony Northrup are photographers based in Connecticut. They are the creators of the toprated 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…

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video tutorial: how to blur a background & create depth of field in photoshop

Having a soft, out-of-focus background is an extremely effective way of drawing the viewer’s eye to your subject and it’s also a highly sought after look that should be a part of every photographer’s skillset. As always, the best way to do this is in-camera. So when you’re going for this look, try using a lens with a wide maximum aperture – like a 50mm f/1.2 or f/1.4 which are both fantastic for shooting portraits with a shallow depth of field. Sometimes though, you may not have the right lens or you’re not able to shoot that wide open because of lighting conditions. This is where Photoshop can save the day. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Phlearn is a small, fast and flexible company comprised of creative and passionate photography professionals. Our fun and innovative…

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