Advanced photography – Bright photos in high contrast setting (Nikon 1 tips & tricks)

Faces may come out dark in movies featuring backlit or high-contrast scenes. Try using exposure compensation proactively for movies as well as photographs. Exposure compensation can make faces brighter and create a soft effect. You may also find exposure compensation useful when filming food. Filming in a brighter setting makes food look extra tasty.

Photography School: Final Photography Portfolio Submissions at Hallmark – June 2013 Class

More tired than ever. It feels awesome I finally feel like I did something! Really good, I get to sleep now! Um, it feels great! I’m so happy! Yey! I feel lighter. Um, I feel pumped. I feel really good. Well for the time being until tomorrow and the next day when we have to Read more…

FOOD PHOTOGRAPHY :: Photo Assignment #14

what is up everybody welcome back it is Monday which as you know means photo assignments now Thanksgiving is happening this week in the US and so I thought we would do something that’s rather seasonally appropriate so for photo assignment number 14 we are going to do food photography now this is going to Read more…

Official trailer: A week in a photographer’s life

I’m a photographer. I’m also a perfectionist. An artist. Maybe even a visionary. I wake up every morning feeling that for me, good is the enemy of great. If there’s a limit I want to step beyond it. If there’s a boundary I want to cross it. Every day I’m challenged to act fast, deliver Read more…

How To Photograph Food | Quick Tips in 5 mins

What’s up beautiful people? It’s your homegirl, Ms. Shameless, all up in your building with another TECH TALK. And in this video I break it down with you on how to photograph food. Oh so yummy, beautiful, glorious food. ♪ ♪ This video is sponsored by Thrive Market, which is one of the largest online Read more…

Food Photography & Food Styling Tutorial | food photography tips from RainbowPlantLife

hey guys it’s Nisha, welcome back to another video. today I have something a little bit different in store for you. if you follow me on instagram @rainbowplantlife, you know that I’m really passionate about food photography and I get requests all the time to do tutorials on food styling and food photography and to Read more…

FOOD PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS AND TRICKS | Restaurant Social Media Marketing Part 2

Social media marketing can be one of the most overwhelming tasks for our new restaurant bakery or any other type of food business. This is part 2 of my restaurant or baking marketing series. Don’t worry though, you don’t need to see the first one for this all to make sense to you but I Read more…

Mobile Food Photography Online Class (Preview)

I’ve ever wonder that today to take good food photos using just your mobile phone. Well, this class is totally for you. We’re gonna show you how to take good photos of your baked goods, and big creations using on your mobile phone, items you can buy in national book store any other book store Read more…

Stop taking the same boring photos! Shooting & thinking differently.

– What’s up everybody? Peter McKinnon here, and today we’re talking about five ways to take photos of the same thing, differently. It’s a thinker right there, it’s definitely a thinker. Okay, a big challenge in photography is usually trying to find the right angle that makes whatever you’re shooting look the best that it Read more…

Food photography with Ashley Rodriguez and the Canon EOS M5

Ashley Rodriguez is many things. She began her career at the prestigious Spago restaurant in Beverly Hills as a dessert chef before moving back to Seattle to raise a family and start her own business as a photographer and writer. Through weekly recipe posts on my blog ‘not without salt’, I hone my skills and Read more…