Blurry or Out Of Focus: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace

One of the most common mistakes that beginning photographers make, is that you confuse blurry with out of focus, and in this episode we’re going to discover why it’s so important to know the difference between the two, because if you don’t know what the problem is, you can’t fix your mistakes. Hi everybody.. welcome Read more…

Tripods-Choosing and buying camera support for video and photography

Hi, I’m Tony Northrup and I’m in the studio today for my book Stunning Digital Photography to talk about tripods. Now, I have every tripod in my collection here which I count to be 11 different tripods, plus quite a few accessories. So i’m going to go over them one by one starting with the Read more…

Natural Light Interiors: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace: AdoramaTV

In this episode I’ll show you how I created HDR images for the Dragonfly Inn. Adorama TV presents Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace. Hi everybody welcome to another episode of Exploring Photography right here on Adorama TV. It’s brought to you by Adorama. The camera store that has everything for photographers like you and me. Read more…

3 Best TRIPOD HEADS for Nature & Wildlife PHOTOGRAPHY | 3 Parimat STATIIVIPEAD loodusfotograafiaks

Today I want to show you and tell you about the tripod heads, which I’m using in nature and wildlife photography. I have here 3 types of tripod heads. Ball head, gimbal head and video head. I’m about to show you what are their differences, why do I like these most, when and how do Read more…

DSLR Pinhole Photography

A pinhole camera is basically a light-proof container that has a tiny little hole in it instead of a lens. Inside, you put some photo paper in there, which captures the image. And you develop the image in a darkroom. Now, if you don’t have access to a darkroom, like I don’t, and you want Read more…

Jewelry Photography : Good Tripods for Product Photography

Hi. I’m Michael Seto, professional photographer, and in this clip we’re going to talk about selecting and using a tripod for jewelry photography. First of all, when you’re shooting jewelry, which is a macro type situation, meaning you’re shooting up close, you absolutely need a tripod. There is no way you’re going to be able Read more…

Photography Tips – FAQ 2

Following the success of photography FAQ 1 we thought it’d be a good idea to come out and address some more of your frequently asked questions, and seeing as Lorna has got some haribo tangfastic in her pocket and promised to give me some provided we get home early tonight, let’s go for a walk Read more…

Star Trails Photography Tutorial: Take Pictures at Night

Hi, I’m Tony Northrup and for my book Stunning Digital Photography, I’d like to show you how to take photos of star trails. now if you happen to be in the northern hemisphere you’ll be able to spot the North star which resides right up here about the planet well quite a ways in the Read more…

Bought Something New for Filming and Photography

Hello, so I got this tripod and I gonna unbox it with you. But first I show you the box. So lets see what’s on the box and then see what’s in the box. So the box looks like this. As you can see here’s infromation abou this tripod. Tripod should look like this. But Read more…

High ISO or Slow Shutter? Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace

Hi everybody welcome to another episode of Exploring Photography right here on AdoramaTV. I’m Mark Wallace in Darling harbour Sydney Australia and we’re going to take on a challenge and that is which one is the best thing to do in low-light or in the dark? Should you use a really low ISO value and Read more…