The Art of Seeing Light in Photography National Geographic photographer Bob Holmes shares tips on how to find the light in photos The most important thing you can do to change your photographs dramatically is to learn how to see and how to use light in your images. In this week's episode of
Advancing Your Photography: A Handbook for Taking Photo's You'll Love Order your copy today! Coming this May, Advancing Your Photography will release its first book made just for photographers. Watch the video for a sneak peek inside the first two chapters of the book! Handbook Designed By Photographers for Photographers This handbook--from the look of
Outdoor Photography Tips from Adventurer Chris Burkard Chris Burkard is an Instagram sensation, surf enthusiast and extreme photographer! In our latest video, "Chris Burkard's Tips for Taking Great Outdoor Photos," Chris shares at least a dozen tips for taking great outdoor photographs. His use of lighting and composition take us inside the waves.
National Geographic Photographer Says He Rarely Uses Flash In "Lighting Tips Pt. II," photographer Bob Holmes explains his award-winning lighting techniques plus how he captures the light from day to night. Practice. Practice. Practice. Ask almost any photographer and they'll tell you in order to capture beautiful photographs consistently, you need to practice. One of the most important photography
Image by Dan Gordon Watch the full video Lighting can be one of the most difficult things in photography. Dan Gordon shares some lighting tips so you can learn to "paint lighting" onto your photographs. He'll also discuss his passion and drive for photography. Be sure to check out more of Gordon's work
Learn from one of the best in the business! We spend some time with Bambi Cantrell and pick her brain about shooting in natural light and achieving dramatic memorable shots. Check out the full video here.
Q: How do you take photos indoors with low lighting, without flash? The room is low-lit, but it does have a lamp that has a warm color to it. The lamp isn't really lighting up what I want to take a picture of, (something across the room). I tried putting my ISO on 3200 but the picture
Natural Lighting Tips: Photojournalism - Ed Kashi Photo courtesy of Ed Kashi Watch The Full Video Award-winning photojournalist, Ed Kashi, sits down with Marc this to discuss his unique style of photography and his transition from artificial to natural lighting. Kashi describes his unique style as "candid intimacy" for his approach to long-form
http://youtu.be/ygeixGd8ZMw Who better to get natural lighting tips from than three-time Travel Photographer of the Year award-winner Bob Holmes. For over 30 years, Holmes has been photographing all over the world and his travel photos have appeared in National Geographic, Departures, and 46 books as the sole photographer. Working outdoors on most of his trips,
In the latest video from Silber Studios, Marc goes behind the scenes with photographer Bob Holmes at the Hess Collection in Napa Valley. Holmes, a three-time Travel Photographer of the Year, takes Marc on a tour of the incredible gallery while offering tips for lighting, framing, and finding punctuation points in your photographs. "Know