Photography Masterclass Magazine Issue 91

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United States
Língua:
English
Editora:
Hysteresis Media Ltd
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Monthly
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12 Edições

nesta edição

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editor’s note

Welcome to this edition of Photography Masterclass Magazine The old adage goes "never work with children", but photographing children can be great fun, and with a little know-how, it’s easy to capture fantastic photographs of them. In this issue, we provide you with the tips and tricks you’ll need to achieve successful results and unique portraits. Also in this issue - In our expert guide, we look at a gadget every photographer should have in their kit bag - an extension tube. You'll discover how to replace a sky the right way in Photoshop, in a great video tutorial. We also bring you an in-depth interview with Laura Ferreira - with her vibrant and show-stopping portraits, could she be the next David LaChapelle? And don't miss the lowdown on the Pluto Trigger…

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editor’s choice

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nikon's extraordinary losses: only one thing can save them now!

Tony & Chelsea talk about Nikon's reported financial losses, what it means for the future of Nikon cameras, and what they think Nikon could do to turn losses into profits. 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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extension tubes: a gadget every photographer should have in their kit bag!

For photographers who specialise in macro photography, a macro lens is essential. And wildlife photographers will work with dedicated telephoto lenses of around 600mm to get closer to their subjects. But what if you want to photograph objects close up, but don’t have the budget for expensive lenses? This is where extension tubes can come in useful. In this article, I’ll run you through what extension tubes are and how you can use them in your photography. WHAT IS AN EXTENSION TUBE? An extension tube is simply a spacer that fits between your lens and camera body, which alters the MFD (minimum focus distance). These inexpensive tubes simply twist onto your camera body in the same way that a lens does, with the lens then attaching to the front of the tube. The MFD is…

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video tutorial: $20 gadget every photographer needs: extension tubes

Literally everyone needs autofocus extension tubes: wildlife photographers, wedding photographers, landscape photographers, commercial photographers, etc. They're incredibly inexpensive and easy to use, but they make a HUGE difference in your photos by letting you get MUCH closer than you could otherwise, producing a BIGGER picture. 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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video tutorial: how to replace a sky in photoshop the right way landscape photography blending tutorial

Can I replace a sky in Photoshop better than professional artists? About a week ago I watched this video from Mark Denney where he paid professional Photoshop experts to create composite landscape photo for him by replacing a blown out sky. As I watched the video I couldn't help but think that all of the artists missed some critical things when it comes to doing a seamless sky replacement, like matching color, exposure, and light direction. I emailed Mark for the files he used and I tried my hand at creating a composite for him as well. Who did it better, me or the professionals? 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…

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