Photography Masterclass Magazine Issue 79

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editor’s note

Welcome to this edition of Photography Masterclass. There are few images more dramatic than a well shot panorama. In this issue, we're going to show you how to shoot multiple images and then merge them together during post processing You'll also learn exactly how to retouch and process the images in Lightroom to produce some really stunning panoramic images! Also in this issue - We look at the rule of thirds in detail in our expert guide, and discuss when to use it and when to break it. We bring you an in-depth interview with young South African photographer, Caleb Shepherd, whose images reflect the beauty and variety of Africa at its best. Coining himself "a child of Africa", Caleb says he was born with the sun on his back and the…

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is photography dying?

You may have seen recent news about camera sales plummeting, which inspired Tony & Chelsea to make this video, where they ask the question - Is photography dying? 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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the rule of thirds for composition - when to use it & when to break it!

The Rule of Thirds is one of the simplest composition rules out there, but it can make a real difference to your shots. It’s the basis for well-balanced shots and is a great starting point for photographers to learn about how to effectively compose their shots. It's important to know when to use the rule of thirds and also when to break it! The basic idea of the rule of thirds is to break down a photograph into thirds both horizontally and vertically, like so: As you can see from the diagram on the left, the nine rectangles also give you four intersection points. These are where you should place your points of interest in your photo. Some cameras have a rule of thirds grid that you can overlay on your LCD…

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the rule of thirds - improve your photography composition

The Rule of Thirds is one of the most fundamental concepts in photo composition. And if you understand what it really means then you'll know when to use it….and when to break it. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Howdy! I’m Josh Cripps, head photo nerd here at Pro Photo Tips. I discovered nature photography in late 2006 and was instantly and irreversibly hooked. Somewhere along the way I discovered that I love teaching other photographers all the little tips, tricks, and chunks of knowledge I’ve learned over the years. And while I do love teaching workshops, in 2014 I decided I wanted to reach more photographers, and to help photographers around the world improve their skills. I recorded a few videos for YouTube and before I knew it they were surging in popularity and…

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how to create dramatic panoramic landscapes

Before digital technology came along, panoramic photos were only possible with specialist cameras, with an equally specialist price tag! In this article I’m going to show you how to shoot multiple shots and then merge them together in post production using your normal digital camera. WHAT IS A PANORAMIC PHOTOGRAPH? In technical terms, a panoramic photograph is one that captures an image with a horizontally elongated field of view and one that is the same or wider than that of the human eye. This means that it will have an aspect ratio of 2:1 – i.e. twice as wide as it is high. With digital technology, you can take a series of overlapping images of your scene and then stich them together with an editing programme to make one panoramic image. LENSES You might wonder…

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how to make a panorama in photoshop

In this video, not only do we show you how to create a panorama in Photoshop, we also give you some expert tips on shooting those panoramic images. David J. Crewe lends us his knowledge as we give you six amazing tips. 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…