Month: February 2021

[embedded content] Want to get better at posing your subjects when shooting portraits? Here’s a 12-minute video tutorial in which well-known wedding and portrait photographer Jerry Ghionis shares 5 corrective posing tips, explaining how to pose your clients so they always look good. When shooting portraits, your subjects may often have facial features they’re insecure
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What started out as a small crowdfunding campaign has grown into a passion for helping photographers feel comfortable. Clever Supply Company, founded by former wedding photographer Todd Balsley, produces straps that he hopes allows photographers to actually enjoy carrying a camera. Balsley spent six years as a professional wedding photographer starting in 2010 and as
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On one chilly December morning a few years ago, the photographer Sam Brockway retraced Ernest Hemingway’s well-worn footsteps at Idaho’s Silver Creek, free to roam the 851-acre preserve with only the sounds of nature—crunching ice, echoing water, and flapping Coots—to keep him company. As he traveled through the landscape, he identified a diverse array of
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[embedded content] Newcomer Xenselabs has announced a new Pen Tablet that aims to meld affordable pricing and excellent user experience into one device. The Xenselabs tablet is devoid of unnecessary buttons but gives the option to add-on a multi-function remote accessory with 40 customizable shortcuts per application. The Xenselabs Pen Tablet (Xenselabs is prounounced “sense
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Cropping is one of the first steps in most post-processing workflows. In fact, most photographers apply some level of cropping to their images while editing. Reasons to crop an image go way beyond just getting closer to the subject. It could be for image stacking, panorama, straightening, or changing the aspect ratio of the photograph.
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