For today’s portrait photoshoot behind the scenes, Julia Trotti uses the Sony A7IV with the 7-element Super Takumar 50mm f1.4. Trotti also shares with you a few reasons why you should consider using vintage lenses for your own photography.
In today’s vlog, Julia Trotti uses their portrait lenses for travel and cityscape photography. Trotti also takes photos in many different lighting situations, including harsh light, dusk, and sunrise.
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.
Julia Trotti has a video sharing 5 tips to improve your backlight photography techniques. Considering how challenging backlight photography can be, videos like this are extremely useful to hone your craft.
Fstoppers is one of the best sites with an endless slew of information related to photography, especially when discussing the subject of photography lighting. Nevertheless, above is a video from Fstoppers discussing photography lighting for e-commerce and catalog fashion. Check it out!
Here is a great video from Julia Trotti where when offers five excellent posing tips for photographers. For more articles and videos on portrait photography, CLICK HERE. For more articles and videos on Lifestyle Photography, CLICK HERE.
Omar Gonzalez recently uploaded a video to YouTube titled, When Natural Light Photography Goes Wrong. In it, he gives some tips on how you can improve your natural light photography and how to deal with problem situations. If you’re interested in more portrait photography articles and videos, CLICK HERE.
Jason D. Little, over on the website, Light Stalking, has a great article on how to improve your natural light portraits. Jason’s article, as it should, mainly concerns light and how to find the light that will compliment your subject and composition best. If you’d like to improve your natural light portraits, click on the…