We’ve all had the unfortunate experience of eating a disappointing fast food meal that looks nothing like the tempting advertisements that made you crave it in the first place. But how do photographers make the food you see in advertisements look so incredible? Strangely enough, the answer is never just Photoshop.
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
That is an impressive three-year old that would stand for this. Being dressed up as Pennywise from IT has to take some time and for a three-year old that seems like an interminable amount of patience, but obviously he did what was needed and allowed his seventeen-year old brother to don him in the makeup ... Read More
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.
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
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.