Photography Masterclass Magazine Issue 89

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editor’s note

Welcome to this edition of Photography Masterclass Magazine We’re living in strange times, with the world somewhat restricted for most of us at the moment. So, what can us photographers do to keep the creative juices flowing while we’re at home? In the latest issue of Photography Masterclass Magazine, we cover 9 ideas for home photography projects you can turn your hand to, that will allow you to keep busy and, more importantly, keep creative. Also in this issue - In our expert guide, we look at kit lenses vs pro lenses, and whether pro lenses are worth the extra money. You'll discover how to add a background texture to a portrait, in a great Photoshop video tutorial. We also bring you an in-depth interview with Spanish photographer, Rebecca Vilches, whose surreal and…

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editor’s choice

By: Kris Lucas Shot Details: Sony a7S II, at 50mm, ƒ/1.4, ISO 640 Instagram By: Moon Zigg Instagram By: Gorguy Kane Facebook By: Daniela Jakob Shot Details: Canon EOS 5d Mark III at 65mm, ƒ/8.0, 1/125s, ISO 100 Facebook By: Lukas Rodriguez Instagram By: Pixabay Website By: Irina Gromovataya Shot Details: Canon EOS 5d Mark III at 85.0mm, ƒ/16.0, 1/160s, ISO 100 Instagram By: Christine Sponchia Website By: João Cabral Shot Details: Sony a7R II, at 17mm, ƒ/4, ISO 5000 Instagram By: Daniela Jakob Shot Details: Canon EOS 5d Mark III at 70mm, ƒ/11.0, 1/125s, ISO 160 Facebook…

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kits lenses vs pro lenses: are pro lenses worth the extra money?

Photo by: Cody King When people buy their first DSLR or CSC, the chances are that they’ll come with a standard kit lens. For most beginners, the quality of the cameras will usually be such an improvement that they’ll be more than happy with the lens included. But are these kit lenses any good? And should you be looking at upgrading to pro lenses? Let’s look into these questions further. Photo by: Dids Photography KIT LENSES Most kit lenses are an 18-55mm zoom lens, which will give you a decent range of focal lengths. It allows you to experiment with a wide angle as well as a slight telephoto. These lenses usually have a variable maximum aperture of f3.5-5.6. You’ll obviously find other kit lenses available, but you’ll find that they all have variable apertures. The undeniable advantage…

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masterclass 9 home photography projects

Photo by: Christian Lambert We’re living in strange times, with the world somewhat minimized for most of us at present. So, what can us photographers do to keep the creative juices flowing while we’re at home? Here are some ideas to get you started. In some parts of this article, we refer you to other Photography Masterclass Magazine issues for more information. If you do not have access to these issues, you can get them for free by using the coupon code we give you at the end of this article. 1. WORK ON YOUR WEBSITE Before I start talking about other project ideas, let’s talk about your website. If you have one, when was the last time you seriously updated it? And if you don’t have a website, have you thought about getting one to display…

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featured photographer: rebecca vilches

Photographic Speciality/Style: Self-Portraits Short Bio: Rebecca Vilches is a Spanish photographer and graphic designer. Her work is characterized by portraits, especially self-portraits. In them she tells stories using her pictorial touch-up, a dramatic air, and the use of color. They are characterized by the images based on characters feelings and surreal situations. How did your love of photography start? Since childhood I have loved art. I always remember myself with a notebook and colors. When I was growing up, my parents gave me my first camera; it was a little digital camera. I started to experiment. I organized photo sessions with a friend in a garage and we decorated it for each photo. It has always been really important to me to express myself and create something that identifies me. What’s your long-term photographic ambition? I would like to be known as…

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behind the scenes: "shawn reeder's "oregon’s secret coast" timelapse

Oregon's Coast is known throughout the world for its majestic rocky coastline, secluded beaches, forested sea stacks and magical vibe. Yet tucked away in the far southern reaches lies a particularly beautiful almost hidden gem, Oregon's Secret Coast. A little over 2 years ago I made my first trip and instantly fell in love. It kind of reminds me of a mix between Big Sur and New Zealand, two of my favorite meetings of land and ocean. That trip started a love affair that has had me return 5 times in the last two years, each time getting to know the magic of this land better while also getting to know myself better. There's something about time by the ocean that is very introspective for me, and always has gems of insight that I discover…