Photography Masterclass Magazine Issue 99

Photography Masterclass Magazine is designed to help photographers at every skill level boost their skills and get more satisfaction from their photography—all from one helpful resource. Get instant access to value-packed issues, filled with easy-to-follow videos, expert instruction and new techniques. Since 2012, thousands of photographers in 78+ countries have used Photography Masterclass Magazine to elevate their skills, stay inspired and take photos they’re proud of — & you can join them. Ready to have all the step-by-step guidance and get more from your photography? Download Now!

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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 Magazine If photographing traffic isn't something you immediately think of as being creative photography - then think again! Car light trails can produce fantastic images and help you experiment with long exposures and manual mode. In this issue, we’ll teach you all about how to photograph traffic light trails, the equipment you’ll need and great locations to try out. Also in this issue - discover 5 budget portrait lighting setups, that just use one light, but produce pro results! Also learn 6 Lightroom Export hacks everyone should know, to simplify your workflow and make your life easier, in a great photo editing video tutorial. We bring you an in-depth interview with Scottish photographer, Laurence Winram, whose dreamlike images can take the viewer to another world. And don't…

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editor’s choice

By: Nojan Namdar Shot Details: Canon EOS 7D Mark II, at 50mm, ƒ/4.5, 1/160s, ISO 100 Instagram By: Everaldo Coelho Shot Details: Fujifilm X-Pro2, at 56mm, ƒ/10, 361s, ISO 200 Website By: Josh Calabrese Shot Details: Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, at 35mm, ƒ/5, 1/640s, ISO 250 Instagram By: v2osk Photography Portfolio By: Nojan Namdar Instagram By: Nojan Namdar Shot Details: Canon EOS 7D Mark II, at 50mm, ƒ/2.8, 1/200s, ISO 100 Instagram By: Ray Hennessy Shot Details: Nikon D4S, at 500mm, ƒ/4, 1/1600s, ISO 640 Website By: Roma Kaiuk Shot Details: Fujifilm X-T20, at 23mm, ƒ/1.4, 1/10s, ISO 200 Instagram By: Amin RK Shot Details: Nikon D750, at 85mm, ƒ/3.5, 1/200s, ISO 50 Instagram By: Boris Smokrovic Shot Details: Canon EOS REBEL T3i, at 100mm, ƒ/2.8, 1/200s, ISO 200 Portfolio…

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top ways to inspire & spark new ideas in your photography work

As a portrait photographer working in Paris since 2012, I can attest to burnout. I was shooting weddings, couples, engagements, and private parties all over the city. Sometimes up to six photoshoots a day. What started as a dream job was soon becoming monotonous. You can only photograph a man proposing in front of the Eiffel Tower so many times before you start to question what you are doing anymore. I still love my job and appreciate every offer that comes my way, but I had to develop some new ways to inspire myself and spark new ideas so my work became joyful again. Here is a list of the top ways to keep your work fresh and innovative in any genre of photography. JOIN A PHOTOGRAPHY COMMUNITY I love searching Facebook for photography…

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video: how to have better ideas

Every great creative project that’s ever been made — whether it was photography, a book, a film, a video game, an invention — have all had one key factor in common that makes them great, and that was being built around a good idea. A solid and creative idea is the most fundamental aspect to any project. It’s what holds it all together. But how to do we train our brains to think of good ideas? Let me take you through a 4-step process. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Originally from Bath, England, Jamie Windsor graduated from London's Royal College of Art with an MA in Communication Art and Design in 2005, after completing a BA hons in Graphic Design at University of Leeds. He now lives and works in London as a freelance…

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5 budget portrait lighting setups - with pro results

Studio portraiture is a genre with multiple possibilities, thanks to the huge amounts of lighting and accessories available on the market. It’s also a genre that can prove expensive, if you want to invest in all the kit! In this article, I’m going to look at 5 lighting setups that you can do on a budget, as they all use only one light and a small range of accessories. You can also watch the accompanying video to see all these lighting setups put into practice. EQUIPMENT First things first – you will need a camera that allows you to use full manual control. You need to be able to control your exposure triangle (ISO, shutter speed, aperture) at all times with studio work. A standard zoom lens will be fine for portraiture but…

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video tutorial: 5 pro portrait lighting setups on a budget

Starting studio portraiture is hard and to get pro results you need to practice portrait lighting setups which give totally different looks. And, as all of us start-up, we need to do this on a budget. We’re giving you 5 professional portrait lighting setups you can do with one light! ABOUT THE AUTHOR: The School of Photography deliver high-quality photography courses online, in person and in books, and are a leading provider of photography education to schools and colleges in the UK. You can follow more from The School of Photography on their website, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.…

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