Posts Tagged ‘Photography’
This quick DIY project is perfect for keeping your backgrounds and lighting gels organized – a handy solution for photo and video pros.
Photographers will benefit from new Adobe Creative Cloud pricing. Get Photoshop and Lighroom only for $9.99/month.
Win a Canon 70D DSLR photo/video camera from Premiumbeat.com and creativeLIVE – a $1,199 value!
Archive your projects securely and on the cheap. This archiving solution will show you how to create multiple backups for less dough.
Are you a creative professional looking to maximize your earnings? In this post we share a few tips for taking control of your finances that are essential for growing your creative business!
Tote around your camera equipment with comfort and security. This video review looks at three of popular sling bags for DSLR photo/video shooters.
Cinemagraphs are gaining increasingly popularity online – combining a bit of motion with a still photo. In this post we share some cinemagraph examples, as well as how to make your own cinemagraph in Photoshop or Final Cut Pro X.
Looking for answers to your video editing and video production questions? We’ve rounded up the best forum on the ‘net for troubleshooting your video projects. Bookmark these links!
Learn how to give your still photographs a hip light leak effect in camera, using nothing more than a plastic baggie and marker! A cool effect that will cost you next to nothing.
Check out this cool tip on creating a homemade gaffer tape key fob, great for the videographer or photographer. Never be an arm’s reach away from gaff tape again!
Learn how to improve the look of solid color backgrounds using Photoshop – an informative video tutorial for photographers and designers!
If you’re serious about becoming a industry leading wedding photographer, the new video training series by FStoppers.com will give you all the info you need. Discover how you can win a copy! In the last few years the wedding photography business has exploded, with brides willing to pay top dollar for the best. Get in