Posts Tagged ‘Photography’
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
Check out these online videos celebrating traditional film! All 3 stunning films shot on, or featuring, the beautiful glory of real chemical processes.
Check out these 3 mobile apps that will greatly improve your color grading skills and knowledge on the go. Best of all, they’re FREE!
6 professional neutral density filters are put to the test and one is chosen as a best buy based on quality and price. In this video review learn about ND filters, and the strengths and weaknesses of popular models.
Keep your clients happy and coming back with these simple – yet super effective – tips for creative professionals. Video editors, designers and photographers, follow these client tips for success!
We’ve rounded up 10 of the best filmmaking and video production apps for under $10. Discover how these handy tools can improve your workflow and assist you on and off set.
If you’re looking to step up your DSLR video shooting, check out the new video training store from LearningDSLRVideo.com. Get in-depth tutorials on new cameras and equipment, while improving your DSLR video projects.
Here’s a great DIY project for creating a tripod umbrella holder to keep you and your gear dry…and your hands free. Can be made for only a few dollars and a few minutes of time. Very useful!
Discover why you need to pursue self-directed passion projects to keep your creativity sharp. Whether you’re a video editor, photographer or designer, passion projects give you free range to take risks and expand your creative toolset.