A Photo Booth that Shoots ‘Professional’ Headshots for $20

A Photo Booth that Shoots ‘Professional’ Headshots for $20

IRIS is a new photo booth that’s designed to shoot “professional” portraits of professionals for only $20. Instead of looking like typical photo book snapshots, the portraits are supposed to look like they were shot by a headshot photographer with studio lighting. You can pay for your shoot on the IRIS website before visiting a ... Read More
 
Photography in the Wildlife

Photography in the Wildlife

After spending countless lunch breaks outside staring at a wooded lot and pond at his former job, Jordan West decided to pass the time by using a point-and-shoot camera to document his surroundings.
 
Better Video Shooting Specs with iPhone X

Better Video Shooting Specs with iPhone X

Today’s Shutter Release will focus on tips for photographing reptiles, a new Kickstarter for a flash modifier system, a look at why the new iPhone X has better video shooting specs than many dedicated cameras and a pair of photo editing tutorials. Let’s get to it.
 
Steps to be Organized in Editing Videos

Steps to be Organized in Editing Videos

Working as a video editor can be a hectic and tedious experience. Spending some time to think about organizational tools and methods can help you out significantly when working with a lot of files, or in a large group of colleagues. Renaming files, creating proper folder structure, logging metadata, backing up files, and developing a ... Read More
 
Ways to Elevate Your Photography

Ways to Elevate Your Photography

Studying and experimenting with composition is one of the fastest ways to elevate your photography. Subframing is a versatile technique that can be applied to many styles of photography. Here are some great tips for incorporating subframing in your images.