Photography Masterclass Magazine Issue 74

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editor’s note

Welcome to this edition of Photography Masterclass. Formal portraits are some of the most well-known types of portraiture - best known for their carefully posed subjects with effective lighting and backgrounds. Taking formal portraits successfully requires good technical knowledge and practice. In this issue, we look at everything to need to know to shoot stunning formal portraits of your own, from start to finish. Also in this issue: We look at film simulation modes on digital cameras, in our expert guide, and you'll discover how to turn bad weather into an amazing photo in a great Lightroom video tutorial. We also being you an in-depth interview with multi-award winning portrait & fine art photographer, Christina Venedict. And don't miss the lowdown on the Fujifilm GFX 50R and GFX 100S, the new medium…

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all about film simulation modes

Back in the days of film photography you could buy a vast amount of different E-6 (slide) and C-41 (negative) films. Major manufacturers such as Fuji and Kodak spent huge amounts of time researching and advancing the fields of colour accuracy and colour reproduction. You may think all this was lost with the advent of digital technology but in fact most digital cameras these days have a feature known as film simulation mode. This allows you to take control over the colour of your images, and the modes are designed to boost colours and range in various ways – from an overall lift in saturation to targeting specific tones. Originally, film stimulation modes were seen as something of a gimmick until Fuji popularised the feature further. With the advent of their X-series…

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video tutorial: turn bad weather into an amazing photo!

In this video I share a little hike that I did in the Hollywood Hills, where we got caught by bad weather and how I took advantage of it. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: I’m passionate about photography. I specialize in landscapes, cities and interior designs. I love to learn new photography or retouching techniques and share them. I like very dramatic type photos, inspired by world famous movies. I think that creating images for people to enjoy is the most amazing job in the world. For more tutorials visit my website or YouTube channel, or view my portfolio.…

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masterclass how to shoot stunning formal portraits

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stunning formal portraits

A formal portrait is best described as a carefully arrange pose under effective lighting conditions. Formal portraiture is probably the most common and well-known type of portraiture, with subjects generally posed on a plain background to avoid distractions. In this article, I’m going to look at how to shoot stunning formal portraits from start to finish. GEAR Obviously, you’ll need your camera! Ideally, you’ll want to be using a camera with interchangeable lenses such as a DSLR or Mirrorless camera. This is because portraiture is all about the subject, and in particular their eyes (which need to be pin-sharp). And to get the best possible portraits, you want to be shooting with good quality glass. The best portrait lenses are ‘fixed’ or ‘prime’ lenses, which means they only have one focal length to cope…