Another great video from Dave Hill. Here he takes you on and adventure of a fly through of layering his images (11 in this video) to create a single usable image.
More of Dave's work at DavehillPhoto.com
Dave Hill is an absolute genius when it comes to compositing images. This video is a behind the scenes look into one of his shoots "Girl on an Adventure"
See three images from the shoot.
Erik Johansson creates realistic photos of impossible scenes -- capturing ideas, not moments. In this witty how-to, the Photoshop wizard describes the principles he uses to make these fantastical scenarios come to lif...
Whether you're a seasoned pro or fresh out of the gate with your first quality digital camera, shooting your photographs in RAW is an absolute must to achieve higher quality results with your photographs.
This is a good video from Russell Brown, showcasing the top five features in Photoshop CC. For those of you who are current Photoshop owners, you can get the upcoming version for $9.95 via the cloud. The cloud may...
Cross Processing is an old film technique that involves swapping chemicals to produce cool, abstract colours in your photos. In this tutorial, Jacob Miller looks at how to cross process photos in Photoshop.
In this tutorial, Serge Ramelli will show you his workflow to erase tourist on a photo. He covers examples of :
1. Taking several shots of the same scene with a tripod and then using masks to erase some of the tour...
We take photography for granted, but could this be another freedom we lose due to an overreaching government?
With her photographic experience in sports, a few phone calls, and a bit of luck, Hecht landed a job shooting for the most storied team in baseball history, the New York Yankees, working as part of a team of photographers and editors on publications like
Currently #3 Best Selling Book on Amazon. With nearly one million collective followers on Facebook and Tumblr, HONY now provides a worldwide audience with glimpses into the lives of strangers in New York City.
Many photographers are moving away from still photography and embracing video as their new medium.