Tag: light

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Light is the basic building block of ALL photography. Hearing about great light, talking about great light, and maybe even recognizing certain types of light is not the same as UNDERSTANDING light. Understanding it means you’ll know how to “accurately” manipulate light to your advantage. We were able to negotiate a 78% discount on this in-depth […]

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Low Light Photography Tips Without a Flash

Related reminder: only 2 days left for The Long Exposure Guide at 50% Off It’s amazing how little is known about low light photography and why many pictures are ruined when the environment is too dark. Many folks in fact go on to buy a more expensive camera thinking the problem will be solved. No […]

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Five Tips for Shooting Night Portraits With Available Light

For most photographers, magic hour is just as the sun is setting, but for Photographer Jordan Matter, it occurs after dark. In this video Matter gives us five tips for shooting nighttime portraits using only street and window light. Using this simple technique he is able to achieve three differently lit portraits in just a […]

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How to Use Diffusion Fabrics & Nets to Modify Natural Light

It’s no secret that photographers love to use natural light whenever possible. The sun is the least expensive light source available to us, and we can almost always depend on it to shine upon our models in ways that are difficult to replicate artificially. However, natural light is one element that we as photographers are […]

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Using Light to Create Dimension and Texture in Photographs

If you want to master photography, master light. This great tutorial shows how manipulating the position of lights creates both dimension and texture in an image. [ Read More ] Alex Cooke Click Here to Check out The Complete FroKnowsPhoto 6-Hour Guide to DSLR Video To Get Trick Photography And Special Effects E-book Click Here! […]

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Night or Low Light Photography Tips

Almost gone: only 1 day left in the deal on this new Night Sky Photography Course Twilight is a magical time. Just because the sun is down doesn’t mean you should put away your camera. When the sun sets, a different looking world exists for photographers. Colors don’t appear the way they do in daylight. […]

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EHang uses 1000 GhostDrone 2.0 drones for massive light show in China

Just a few days after Intel wowed audiences with a 300-drone aerial light show at the Super Bowl, Chinese drone company EHang raised the bar with a 1000-drone light show for audiences in China. EHang performed its ‘Meteor Sky’ show in the city of Guangzhou in celebration of the traditional Chinese Lantern Festival on February 11. To create the […]

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