How to Take Moody Photos: Camera Settings | Sony Alpha Universe

My tip is how to create moody images. Now, what I do is I specifically shoot underexposed every time. I shoot at a low ISO, a high shutter speed and a wide aperture. I set my ISO at about 50, the shutter speed is gonna be pretty high, so depending on the light that’s outside, Read more…

How to understand Film Camera Led lights

Just show me a little bit how to understand these lights here when you have a point-and-shoot film 35 millimeter camera from either 90s mm Hmm. So there’s the model of camera one like this one has a top green light in a bottom orange light I’ll show right now in a few minutes another Read more…

Salamander Smiles for Camera!

– I always bring a water bottle with me and I actually use it to help moisten the salamander. There you go buddy. A wet salamander is a happy salamander (upbeat drumming music) Oh hey coyote pack. Mario here. As you may know, we currently have our Brave Wilderness Adventure Kit out now. And you Read more…

WAKE UP – There’s More to Landscape Photography

there’s so much more to landscape photography than just photography it changes us it changes the way we look at the world so what if I don’t get an image I was up and I was out amazing landscape images are rare if it was easy it would be boring ever since owning my first Read more…

Keeping Colors Consistent: Take and Make Great Photography with Gavin Hoey

in this video, I’ll show you the three simple steps I use to keep my colors consistent. Hello I’m Gavin Hoey and you’re watching AdoramaTV brought to you by Adorama, the camera store that’s got everything for us photographers and in this video, I’m going to share my three quick steps for getting color consistency Read more…

Shoot Like a Pro – Food Photography and Product Photography Course Using Off Camera Flash

Hello. Welcome to the course. My name’s Tracey Ayre and I’m going to teach you about using an off camera flash and setting up your own home budget studio. I have a photographer and I’m a published photographer. I’m also a qualified teacher although I don’t teach anymore. I will be able to use those Read more…

How to make a YouTube video about science | ‘Talking Science’ Course #10

YouTube is the second largest search engine in the world and there are over a billion views on learning related videos every day. So, it’s a great place to get your science out there. But if you’ve never made a YouTube video – let alone one about science, tech, engineering or maths – where the Read more…

Sunset Photography Tips with Mike Browne

sunsets and sunrises are definitely one of the most popular genres to photograph I know when I’m looking at images on Flickr snap there are thousands and thousands of them so I thought I’d take you out to one of my favorite sunset locations and just do a sunset shoot with you so you can Read more…

Advanced Target Shooting Tips : How to Pick a Shotgun for Target Shooting

Hi, my name is Don Snyder, Executive Director of the National Skeet Shooting Association on behalf of Expert Village. One of the things we want to talk about is selecting a shotgun for skeet shooting. One of the older type shotguns that was used when skeet shooting first started was the side by side shotguns. Read more…

How to Balance Indoor and Outdoor light: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace

Hi everybody welcome to another episode of Exploring Photography right here on AdoramaTV brought to you by Adorama. It’s the camera store that has everything for photographers like you and like me. Well I’m joined here by Natasha, and we are in an environment that you probably shoot in all the time. We have a Read more…