Portraiture Shooting Tip: How To Crop Your Photos The Right Way | Photography Hacker

Hi, I’m Maggie Hudson. Welcome to PhotographyHacker.com Today I’m going to share with you a really quick tip that will vastly improve your portraiture. Try not to ever crop your frame at any pivots and hinges on the human body. What I meant by that is: neckline, waistline, shoulders, elbows, wrists, knees, and especially feet. Read more…

Simple white background product photos at home | Product Photography Tutorial

Hi guys I’m Ben from Adaptalux and today we’re taking a look at getting some professional-looking studio style product photography done right here at home with some pretty simple techniques and inexpensive bits and bobs so you guys can follow along at home but we’ve got a lot to get through so I’m gonna jump Read more…

You Might be Ruining your Camera Lens

– Psst, psst. Yo you gotta admit I’m getting pretty good at this clickbait game. Well hold on a second, ’cause you’ll be surprised at how many people think they’re keeping their gear nice and shiny, but secretly damaging their gear in the long run. Like for example, who knew that dropping a lens into Read more…

Shooting with an Extraordinary 150 Year-old Wet Plate Camera

wet plate collodion was one of the first technic ever created to shoot images In order to learn more about this technic I went to Vienna – Austria to meet Markus A great wet Plate Photographer We did different wet plates, so i am going to show you the process and the best ones Hi Read more…

Tourist VS Local Photographer | How 2 photographers shoot the same location

LOW LIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS – USING LEICA SUMMILUX 50MM f/1.4

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APERTURE and DEPTH OF FIELD, made easy. WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY. Botswana.

Hello! It’s Danielle from Pangolin Photo Safaris on our home turf, the Chobe River. Today I am going to answer a question that we often get asked, and that is how can I blur my background to the maximum? That basically means, how can I use depth-of -field? to my advantage, or how can I Read more…

PHOTOGRAPHING a NILE CROCODILE on the CHOBE RIVER. Botswana. Wildlife Photography. Canon.

Hi! I am Sabine from Pangolin Photo Safaris. I am out in the National Park in Botswana. I currently have a crocodile in the water right in front of me. I would like to show you how I go about photographing some details on this beautiful crocodile. To photograph an animal, it’s not always necessary Read more…

Nikon Unveiled: Processing and Editing RAW Image Files

Shooting your images in RAW will help you get the most out of the amazing image quality your Nikon DSLR captures. Nikon’s powerful RAW image file format is known as NEF. When you shoot in RAW, you store the original information captured by your camera’s image sensor, which is why RAW files are so much Read more…