Photography Masterclass Magazine Issue 97

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nesta edição

1 minutos
editor’s note

Welcome to this edition of Photography Masterclass Magazine Ready to dust off the cobwebs of the past year? One of the best ways to bring in the new year is by trying your hand at something new. Woodlands and forests are wonderful places to create tranquil, stunning imagery, and the creative possibilities for unusual and unique images are huge - a great way to spark off your creativity in the new year. In this issue of Photography Masterclass, we give you all the tips and tricks to get fantastic and moody woodland photographs. Also in this issue - you'll discover how to avoid blurry images. Learn the key technique that separates amateur photographers from professionals, and how mastering this one concept will instantly improve your photography, in a great post-processing video tutorial. We…

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1 minutos
editor’s choice

By: Alice Alinari Portfolio By: Diego Jimenez Shot Details: Canon EOS 70D, at 19mm, ƒ/11.0, 1/320 sec, ISO 100 Portfolio By: Kevin Mueller Shot Details: Fujifilm X-T3, at 50mm, ƒ/2.0, 1/2000 sec, ISO 1000 Instagram By: David Mark Portfolio By: David Mark Portfolio By: Marcelo Quinan Shot Details: Nikon D7000, at 18mm, ƒ/14, 1/125 sec, ISO 100 Portfolio By: Ali Pazani Shot Details: Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, at 85mm, f/3.2, ISO 50 Instagram By: Yuri Manei Shot Details: Canon EOS 77D, at 50mm, f/2, ISO 100 Instagram By: Samuel Ferrara Shot Details: Canon EOS 5DS, at 85mm, f/2.8, 1/60 sec, ISO 100 Website By: Warren Wong Instagram…

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5 minutos
how to avoid blurry images

Getting your subject sharp in your images isn’t always as easy as you think – particularly when you’re first starting out on your photography journey. Understanding the reasons why you might be getting blurry shots is crucial, so that you can then take steps to improve sharpness and avoid issues. This article will explain how to do just that! MOTION BLUR This is probably the main cause of blurry shots – when either your subject or your camera is moving too much as the shot is being taken. In a lot of cases, motion blur is simple to correct – you just need to use a fast enough shutter speed to freeze the action or any camera shake. Of course, if you use a shutter speed of 1/4000th (for example) you can freeze…

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video tutorial: amateur vs pro photographers here’s the difference

Learn the key technique that separates amateur photographers from professionals, and how mastering this one concept will instantly improve your photography. Inside this photography tutorial we'll be taking a look at the core principal behind all your photos and compositions: The concept of contrast. Contrast in photography is about more than just light vs dark - it's the idea of using opposing elements of all kinds in your photography to create interest and meaning Contrast can be created through lighting, luminance, hue, saturation, sharpness, texture and posing. It can also be created through the way you frame your photos and through the way you present your subject. Contrast is what gives meaning to your photography, and it's the biggest photography skill that separates professional photographers from the amateurs. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Signature…

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masterclass how to shoot moody woodland photos

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6 minutos
shoot moody how to woodland photos

When people think of landscape photography, woodlands aren’t usually the first place they’ll imagine as great locations. And this is a shame, as woodlands and forests offer a huge amount of creative possibilities for unusual and unique images. Photographing woodlands also gives you more options to produce images that haven’t been seen before, as opposed to a generic shot of a popular location. In this article, I’ll give you all the tips and tricks to get fantastic and moody woodland photographs. WHEN TO SHOOT One of the great things about photographing forests is that they’re very forgiving to various types of weather. The canopy of the trees means that you can happily work in grey and overcast images that would usually be very uninspiring for photography. You’ve also got the option of using…

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