When shooting portraits outdoors, you will hear many photographers saying you will get the best lighting within a few hours before dusk or after dawn. Unfortunately, there are many times when you find yourself shooting at other times of the day. Depending on the skies, the sun could be producing a much harder light than …
Besides shooting cars or architecture, light painting can also be useful when you want to achieve creative results without spending lots of money.
Understanding how to use light is one of the most important lessons a photographer needs to learn. Master this easy yet effective setup before your next shoot.
Give your edit AND your camera work some style with these sweet gimbal transitions. Gimbals aren’t just good for getting buttery smooth camera movement, you guys. You can also use them to capture some interesting, kinetic transitions to use between shots or scenes.
When you are new to photography, your camera’s exposure settings can seem like a confusing maze of abstract parameters, but getting to know them is crucial to taking control of your images and improving your work. This helpful video will get you acquainted with the three fundamental exposure parameters and show you how to use …
In-camera transitions can seem to be a very easy technique to shoot, but they require deeper understanding than you might think. In this video, Jesse Driftwood explains in detail how to go about working with a sequence of clips, preplanning your shot, whipping and panning accordingly, and bringing it all together in post-production.
Do you ever have a crazy, elaborate idea, but don’t have the budget to pull it off? In this DIY breakdown look, see how you can create the famous Game of Thrones look on a miniscule budget with just the things lying around your house.
Shooting reflections can create stunning results and are a great way to create powerful images that speak to a viewer, or to produce quirky and unusual shots. In this article, we’ll look at how to shoot reflections and how you can replicate reflections using the multiple exposure mode.
Have you ever wanted to make a documentary film, but didn’t know where to start? In this video, find out four simples ways you can improve your documentary films and take your work to the next level.
Ready to start using green screen like a pro? Let’s get to it. What’s the difference between a good key and a bad key? Answer: You can see the bad key. Even though using a green screen isn’t all that complicated, there are a handful of techniques that you need to know and perform proficiently so …