Eric Floberg has a great video detailing a minimalist portrait photography setup for 2023. The video works really well for those looking for an efficient portrait photography setup.
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.
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…
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.
Who doesn’t love Hawaii? Brae Hunziker recently did a video highlighting their few-day trip in Oahu, HI. It’s an undeniably beautiful place full of character, while Hunziker shot a bit on their new Nikon F3/T and Pentax 67ii.
MABO discusses their favorite lenses for shooting portraits, covering a wide range that’ll interest many photographers. Check it out! Chapters 00:00-01:26 INTRO 01:26-02:22 24MM 02:22-03:09 35MM 03:09-04:20 50MM 04:20-05:44 CONCLUSION
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.
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.
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.
Sophia Carey has a video on finding your first photography client and building your portfolio. Considering how important these two aspects are, it’s nice to have a video like this for walking you through the steps.
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!
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.
Here is an interesting video from Paul Farris of Photo Genius. In it, he talks about several portrait photography mistakes we often make and how to fix them. For more articles and videos on portrait photography, CLICK HERE.
Here is an interesting video by Vincent Perry Jr. In it, he talks about a fashion photography photo shoot he recently did in black and white. Along the way, he talks about the attributes of black and white portrait/fashion photography and how it appeals to him. For more fashion photography articles and videos, 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.
Here is an excellent video by Vanessa Joy featuring portrait/lifestyle Audrey Woulard. In it, each of them uses cheaper photography gear in a kind of shootout – Audrey is using a Nikon D70 and Vanessa is using a Canon EOS-10D. For more lifestyle articles and videos, CLICK HERE. For more portrait photography articles and videos, CLICK HERE.
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.
William Johnston has a great article on Picture Correct talking about things you can do in-camera to create an image that is, as he puts it, eye-catching. He also talks about specific filters you could use that will help you achieve eye-catching photography. Check out Kent’s article on the Most Important Steps In Digital Photography…