Howdy everyone and welcome to the Wednesday Rundown. This week we have a unique behind the scenes look at the Dogs in Cars photography series. Photographer Martin Usborne shows us how he has started his new photo series based on dogs in classic cars. If you like his work check out his kickstarter and help out. If you have a great and informative video you want to see in the Wednesday Rundown please shoot me an email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Doesn't matter if you're a pro, semi-pro or a beginner, this video made by DigitalRev have some really great quick tips for any photographer out there - from ISO to equipment, all the way to location and concept. Do you have additional tips to add? leave them in the comments!
Howdy everyone and welcome to the Wednesday Rundown. This week we have a great lacrosse portrait shoot by Tyler. Also hop on the plane with Dana as he travels the world shooting multiple lifestyle shoots. If you have a great and informative video you want to see in the Wednesday Rundown please shoot me an email email@example.com .
You may remember a while ago when we posted a candlelight video test by Joe Marine over at NoFilmSchool.com. After seeing feedback from the video, Joe sent me a new one (thanks!). The beginning is almost the same, but adjusted since Nikon and Canon handle ISO differently. But later on in the video, Joe got some interesting results when adding noise reduction and color correcting...
Update: Mark's is going LIVE tomorrow. Sign up for an email notification in the full post: Photography educator Mark Wallace has been featured on Fstoppers probably more than any other photographer. His easy to understand approach to lighting and tech talk has made Mark one of the top teachers in the field. On May 18-20th, Mark is hosting a FREE Speedlights 101 Workshop on CreativeLIVE. If you aren't familiar with CreativeLIVE, they stream full photography workshops for free but also allow you to download full copies for future reference. Enroll for the free online workshop in the full post
Sometimes great pictures just show up and all you have to do is press the shutter. The majority of the time, however, they takes careful planning. Andre Fernandes planned out this trash the dress session quite well, taking advantage of a once in a year opportunity using the super moon as a unique background.
It's 3pm. Outside it is humid, blazing hot, the ambient light is reading f32, and your bride wants portraits taken now....all you have on you are your speedlights. If you are a wedding photographer, you probably have found yourself in a familiar situation. Even if you have enough power to balance your shots with 1 or 2 speedlights, your flash's refresh rate becomes a major kink in getting photos taken quickly. Having one of these power packs might just save your day.
At first I thought this was just another time lapse video with a few skating shots mixed in. Then I realized the shots really were mixed. Although the combination isn't present in every shot it's a pretty cool effect to watch. Anyone want to guess how he did it?
If you want to take a peek at a little more of Russell Houghten's work, check out is blog
Howdy everyone and welcome to the Wedneday Rundown. I want to thank everyone last week that sent in your videos. This week we have a great bridal shoot from Fstopper's reader Chris Bernard. He did a studio shoot with several brides and some nice clean lighting. If you have a great and informative video you want to see in the Wednesday Rundown please shoot me an email firstname.lastname@example.org .
If you're curious how Tom Cruise and a film crew got their shots on the Dubai Tower, here's a little sampling of their set up. I suppose since it's his trademark, if someone's going to run down the side of the tallest building in the world, it might as well be Tom Cruise.
It's always a challenge finding new ways to shoot engagement and wedding portraits when it has been done SO many times. Here are some shots that break the mold and have ventured out of box. If you have some creative ways that you do your portraits and want to share them with the Fstoppers community, post your pics to the Fstoppers Facebook group. Enjoy!
Howdy and welcome to the Wednesday Rundown. This week we have a great line up of videos coming your way, from locations at the beach to a vast open field. Are you making behind the scenes videos or tutorials videos and would like them posted on Fstoppers? Well this is where to get started, shoot me an email, facebook message or even a tweet @jerrit of your video and we will look into posting it here.
Howdy and welcome to the Wednesday Rundown. This week we have a Titanic photo shoot in honor of the 100th anniversary of it's maiden voyage / last trip. Also check out the fashion editorial "Milk" by Natash Kertes and her team. With some unique images and contrasting colors her shoots turns out great. If you have a video that you think we might like to post, please click on "submit content" above.