Photography Masterclass Magazine Issue 71

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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

1 minutos
editor’s note

Welcome to this edition of Photography Masterclass. Travel gives you a fantastic opportunity to tell the stories of the places you’ve visited through your photography. It’s a great chance to document other places and locations. In this issue, discover the tips and tricks you need to know for getting great travel shots anytime you’re away from home. In our expert guide, we look at why personal photography projects are important for photographers. You'll learn how to brighten portraits in only 2 minutes, in a great Photoshop video tutorial. We also being you an in-depth interview with award winning fine art coastal photographer, Rachael Talibart. And don't miss the lowdown on Nikon’s mirrorless cameras, the Z6 and Z7, where we discuss whether these could really be serious competitors to Sony’s mirrorless lineup! We hope you…

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2 minutos
editor’s choice

HER FIRST DAY AT SCHOOL By: John Wilhelm Shot Details: Sony a7R II, with Sony Vario-Tessar T* FE 16-35mm f/4 ZA OSS 30mm lens, f/11, 1/125 sec, ISO 100 Portfolio | Website CHILLI & TAKODA By: Anne Geier Shot Details: Nikon D850, at 50mm, f/1.8, 1/400 sec, ISO 1000 Portfolio | Facebook CROSSFADE By: Mathijs van den Bosch Shot Details: Taken at Geisel Library, San Diego, California. Shooting this place was a lot of fun, there was no one around at sunrise and no security staff bothering me. The post production was a challenge though because of file size. I stitched 8 high res images together and hit the max file size of 5GB for a .TIFF file way before I was done editing. I used to merge layers at this point and keep all my saved selections. This time…

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4 minutos
why personal projects are important for photographers

Whether you’re a pro photographer or an enthusiastic amateur, it’s likely that you started shooting because of a love of taking photographs. I was given my first camera aged 10 and remember being thrilled every time I got a set of prints developed (and yes, I am old enough to have been shooting on film!). Like many of us, I started out shooting everything and anything and then refined my work to concentrate on the things I really enjoyed photographing. But, whether you’re a pro or an amateur, it can become easy to get stuck in a rut over time. For those of us that shoot for a living, there’s not always carte blanche over what you’re shooting or how you shoot it. And it’s also easy to become stuck in a particular…

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1 minutos
video tutorial: how to brighten portraits in only 2 minutes in photoshop

It happens all the time – you take a great image, but it comes out as an underexposed photo. Fear not! Not only can you save that picture, but you can use some handy tools within Photoshop to fix it fast. In this tutorial, we’ll walk you through some techniques to brighten a portrait and, to show you how easy it can be, we’ll do it in only two minutes! 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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1 minutos
masterclass tips & tricks for getting great travel shots

LIGHT By: Ja Shang Tang Shot Details: Canon 5D, at 35mm, f/2, 1/25 sec, ISO 3200 Portfolio | Website IT THE MOVIE By: Marco Grassi Portfolio | Website BY TRAIN By: Bianca Vasconcellos Shot Details: Ricoh G II, at 18mm, f/5.6, 1/500 sec, ISO 400, -0.3 EV Portfolio | Website CRYOGENIC ASTRO SEASCAPE By: Daniel Cheong Shot Details: Nikon D850, at 16mm, f/4, 15 sec, ISO 3200 Website | Instagram NAMIBIA - KOLMANSKOP DOORS By: Fabrizio Fenoglio Shot Details: Canon 5D Mark II, at 40mm, f/8, 1/15 sec, ISO 200 Facebook | Instagram PRODUCING DOUGHNUTS By: Søren Thuesen Shot Details: Olympus E-M1, at 12mm, f/5.6, 1/100 sec, ISO 200, +0.7 EV Portfolio | Website THE CASTLE By: Fabio Antenore Shot Details: Nikon D850, with Sigma Art 14-24 lens, f/11, 15 min, ISO 100, Haida ND4.5 Nanopro Filter. Single Exposure. Website |Other THE CREEK By: Daniel Cheong Shot Details: Nikon D850, at 14mm, f/16, 230 sec for background), 1/60 sec…

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5 minutos
tips & tricks for getting great travel shots

Travel is such a wonderful part of modern life and, for those of us keen on photography, it provides a wonderful opportunity to document the world around us. Whether you’re taking a short sunny break, travelling further afield, or simply visiting local beauty spots, photography gives us the chance to tell our stories from the places we’ve visited. In this article I’m going to look at various tips to help you get great travel shots every time you set foot out of the door. RESEARCH If you really want to get the best possible photographs out of a location, it’s worth doing some research before you get there. The internet is a font of information and you can find out great locations and good spots to take images from. Read local Websites and talk to…

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