As said by Adorama, can a corridor be a studio? Having a dedicated studio space is a luxury most portrait photographers don’t have, but how much room do you actually need? For example, is it possible to take studio-quality portraits in a random corridor no wider than a doorway? That’s the challenge portrait photographer Gavin…
Adorama’s latest features four steps for balancing flash with natural light at the beach. Adding flash to naturally lit scenes can enhance or completely transform your portraits. In this video, Pye walks through steps for balancing flash with natural light and tips for achieving specific looks and moods. Time Stamps Introduction: 0:00 – 0:33 Composition:…
Adorama’s video with Lindsay Adler discusses natural light and how you don’t need a reflector or diffuser to create natural results. In particular, many photographers fear the harsh light of the midday sun, but if you know what you are looking for, you can find flattering and interesting pockets of light.
As part of Adorama’s THE MASTERS series (a new docuseries presented by AdoramaTV), the video features Jed Jacobsohn discussing sports photography. Jacobsohn is a photographer and visual storyteller. His work has appeared in major publications worldwide, including the New York Times, Sports Illustrated, and Time magazine, and for commercial clients such as Nike, Unilever, and…
Adorama’s “The Masters Series” is great to view on YouTube, with the latest featuring Lindsay Adler on fashion photography. Adler has risen to the top of her industry as a photographer and educator. Based in New York City, her fashion editorials have appeared in numerous publications, including Marie Claire, Numero, Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, and more.
Finding your style in photography isn’t singular to photography, with every artist needing to find their voice in whatever endeavor they’re involved with. With this in mind, join Emily Teague for helpful practices and tips to look deep within and discover what it is that you’re drawn to.
At first glance, low key portraits appear simple enough. All you need to do is take a photo that mostly consists of shadows and it’s low-key. However, low key photography has a lot more going on. This fine balance is explored by Gavin Hoey where he combines three simple lighting techniques with some basic props.
To make great photography, one needs to use the tools around them to get the most out of the endeavor. Fortunately, Adorama has a great video detailing how portrait photography can be easy with a few tips and lessons from Gavin Hoey. Check it out!
Pricing your photography is a challenging task not every person knows what to do, with some looking to experts on what they should do. With this in mind, David Bergman has a video on Adorama discussing some basics of pricing your photography including talking about money, working for low rates, and more.
One of my favorite YouTube instructors, Gavin Hoey has a nice video he did for Adorama about garden macro photography. For more articles and videos about Macro Photography, CLICK HERE.
Here is a nice video from Adorama in their Ask David Bergman series. In it, David talks about how to get started in photography, professionally. For more articles and videos on the business of photography, CLICK HERE.
There is something extremely satisfying with what we deem as an older look, specifically when discussing light modifiers for an old Hollywood look. Nevertheless, Adorama recently made a video detailing the timeless Old Hollywood imagery and how to achieve that style nowadays.
Creativity in photography is an area that should be focused on more than it is. As imperative as the technical side is, none of that matters without a creative eye. Nevertheless, Emily Teague has a great video on Adorama discussing her five methods for finding and catching creativity.
Mark Wallace is one of my favorite YouTube Teachers. In this Adorama video, Mark compares five different light modifiers – a white umbrella, standard reflector, a Profoto Magnum reflector, a square softbox, and a medium-sized octabox. For more articles and videos about Studio Photography, CLICK HERE.
Here is a nice video from Adorama with photographer Ab Sesay. In it, he offers up some fashion photography tips talking about how he uses bare-bulb, off-camera flash. Here is Adorama’s description of the video: You can get great fashion lighting results just using bare bulb flash. But by adding light modifiers, flags, reflectors, gels,…
Here is a nice informative video posted by Adorama featuring portrait photographer Lindsay Adler. In it, Lindsey explains Lighting Grids – what they are, why you should consider using them, and how to use them.
Adorama Tv has this video from the SLR Lounge called, Step-by-Step Guide to Stress Free Posing | Master Your Craft. In the video, they call it micro-posing. It’s something I was taught years ago and I found it to be very effective. Hopefully you do too!