Photography Masterclass Magazine Issue 82

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editor’s note

Welcome to this edition of photography masterclass. Did you know that cities can be the perfect place to take photographs at night? Night time photography can seem like a daunting prospect, but cities make the job easier as when the sun goes down, buildings light up with all sort of artificial lighting. In this issue, you'll learn the best ways to get incredible night time cityscapes. By following just a few simple techniques, you can start capturing stunning and unique cityscape images of your own. Also in this issue: In our expert guide Jo Plumridge reveals exactly what the day in the life of a professional portrait photographer looks like. You'll discover how to easily edit images for clients in a great Lightroom video tutorial. We also bring you an in-depth interview with…

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editor’s choice

By: Aron Visuals Shot Details: Nikon D7100, at 40mm, ƒ/4.0, ISO 1000 Instagram By: Yoss Cinematic Shot Details: Canon EOS-1D X Mark II, at 33mm, ƒ/4.0, ISO 100 Instagram By: Carolline De Souza Shot Details: Canon EOS 6D, at 53mm, ƒ/5.0, ISO 400 Instagram By: Sam Kolder Shot Details: Canon EOS-1D X Mark II, at 14mm, ƒ/4.0, ISO 100 Instagram By: Renato Abati Instagram By: Miriam Espacio Instagram By: Renato Abati Instagram By: Sergio Souza Shot Details: L1D-20c, at 10.26mm, ƒ/2.8, ISO 100 Instagram By: Bruce Getty Instagram By: Simon Rizzi Shot Details: Canon EOS 5D Mark III, at 105.0mm, ƒ/4.0, ISO 5000 Instagram…

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a day in the life of a professional portrait photographer

Photo by: Andre Furtado Being a professional photographer means that no two days are really the same. What I can tell you is that being a photographer isn’t like it’s portrayed in films and books, where the photographer turns up, presses a few buttons and then sits around drinking coffee! In this article, I’ll share with you what a typical day in the life of a portrait photographer looks like. SHOOT DAYS Preparation Shoot Days don’t just start on the actual day. When a client contacts me to book a shoot, there’s initial preparation to be done. Firstly, it’s important to chat with your client (either by phone or email) and ascertain what they’re looking for from their shoot. Whether it’s corporate, family or individual portraiture, you need to know what style your client wants, where…

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masterclass how to gapture in credible nighttime cityscapes

BIRD'S EYE VIEW DURING DAWN By: Pierre Blaché Shot Details: Sony a7 III, at 24.0mm, ƒ/1.4, ISO 100 Instagram DUBAI LIGHTED CITY By: Jonas Togo Instagram FISH EYE CITYSCAPE By: Sergio Souza Shot Details: Canon EOS 6D, at 15mm, ƒ/2.8, ISO 3200 Instagram BUILDING LIGHTS By: Alex Powell Shot Details: Sony a7S II, at 100mm, ƒ/4.5, ISO 320 Instagram KUALA LUMPUR BUILDING By: Jegathisan Manoharan Instagram BIRD'S-EYE PHOTOGRAPHY By: Sergio Souza Instagram CASTEL MEZZANO By: David Mark Portfolio HONG KONG By: Stokpic Photography Portfolio LOS ANGELES By: David Mark Portfolio PARIS By: Walkerssk Photography Portfolio Photo by: Alex Powell Did you know that cities are the perfect place to take photographs at night? Night time photography can seem like a daunting prospect, because we all know that without light, there is no photograph. Of course, if we really study the night sky it’s not without light and colors. But cities make the job easier as when the sun goes down, as buildings light up with…

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featured photographer: stephane pironon

Photographic Speciality/Style: Portraitist, Fashion and performers Short Bio: I was born in 1975 in a small village forty miles from Paris. I completed my studies in IT and I now live one mile from Paris with my wife and my two daughters. I am lucky to work in my two passions, photography and cybersecurity. Depending on my assignments, I usually work about 60% of my time in cybersecurity and 40% in photography. Actually, this is a good balance for my day to day life:) How did your love of Photography start? As I am a techie guy, my first experience with photography was with digital photography in early 2000. I only bought my first DSLR eight years later, after the birth of my first daughter. I wanted to keep good memories of these years that pass by…

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behind the scenes: nicolas jouhet’s “impermanence - an inner journey” 4k timelapse

Making this film led me to travel to many holy places in Asia. But it's not this trip that I wanted to highlight here, but an inner journey through the progressive understanding of impermanence. This leads us to realize that everything is linked, that we are all connected. This understanding can come with meditation, but also through the contemplation of nature. How can we not feel united to the whole universe when one immerses oneself in a starry sky? As this knowledge takes root in us, we act with greater kindness for ourselves, others, and the planet. The time lapse makes it possible to contract the time, it is the ideal technique to turn into pictures the impermanence. This film was shot in Thailand, China, Burma, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India (Ladakh) and Cambodia. ABOUT: View more…