Some may be scared
It happens that everyday routine muffles a creative approach to shooting. We offer you some interesting exercises aimed at increasing creativity and developing technical skills.
How to pump creativity
Exercise 1. Imagine filming
Imagine that you are holding a film camera with a limit on the number of frames (from 24 to 36), and at the same time there is no way to immediately see the shot. Continue reading
Portrait lighting is not easy to learn if there is no model at hand. After reading the articles and watching video tutorials on setting up the light, you will be excitedly looking for someone to practice with. But as soon as you finally have a person in front of the camera, everything flies out of your head, you forget all the information that was overloaded, and you feel stupid in front of your “model”. Is that familiar?
In no case should you be disappointed and give up. We offer you a budget option to study the rules of lighting when there is no real model.
Practice in portraiture with toys Continue reading
Waterfalls are really great subjects. Firstly, because they are unusually beautiful, secondly, it’s interesting to shoot waterfalls, and this is due to the complex lighting that they are surrounded by, and thirdly, the dynamics always attract and fascinate. The movement of the subject, of course, often means a challenge to the photographer, but also a real opportunity to make the picture dynamic and vibrant. Much, of course, has already been written about the intricacies of photographing waterfalls, but the basics are pretty simple. They will be shared by photographer Darren Rowse.
How to shoot waterfalls as easy as shelling pears
Work with movement
Each time a photographer has to shoot an object in motion, he actually has two options. Continue reading