14 BEST TIPS TO QUICKLY IMPROVE IN FIFA 19

hello friend it’s Boris Legend here and say it’s time for a new tutorial on my channel and this will be a special one because fever 19 has been out for a couple of months now we had a lot of patches and now it’s time to embrace the meta in FIFA 19 today I Read more…

Six quick tips to improve your digital photography

For chapter one in my book Stunning Digital Photography, I want to go over some quick tips that can really quickly improve your photography. I’m going to use my favorite model here, Cowboy. The first tip that I have is that I don’t carry a camera bag around nor do I use a lens cap. Read more…

3 Mistakes All Beginner Photographers Make

In this tutorial, we’ll cover three mistakes that almost all beginner photographers make. We’re familiar with these mistakes because we were once guilty of making them, too. A common mistake that people make when they start shooting is blowing out their highlights.

How to Pose Friends Who Aren’t Models (Portrait Photography)

– Today we have a special treat for you. Where did I put that? (squeaking) You guys asked us for a tutorial on how to pose solo portraits, so today my sister Megan is gonna help us show you how to pose clients and friends who aren’t necessarily models. We’re gonna draw on a lot Read more…

HOW TO SHOOT CONCEPTUAL PHOTOGRAPHY

what is up everybody welcome back to the show right now we are in the middle of Photo Assignment #6 which is photo sequences there’s been a few submissions so far but this is a tougher assignment and I want to talk about that some more today this is very different than the other stuff Read more…

Photography Tips: EXPOSURE / Histogram – Filmmaking Tutorial 11

Welcome to another filmmaking tutorial. My name is Tom Antos. Today I’m going to talk about getting the right exposure. You could use a light meter, which… you know, they are great, but they don’t always work, if you have a lot of things, for example, in front of your lens. Things like, for example, Read more…

Our Must-Have Photography Gear for Shooting Weddings (Canon 5D Mark IV Review)

We shoot with a Canon 5D Mark IV for digital photos and a Leica M6 for film, but today we’ll just focus on digital. While it’s relatively new to our collection, but we already can’t imagine shooting without it. The Mark IV is a real workhorse camera which is great for strenuous shoots like weddings. Read more…