Over the last decade, we’ve had lots of new wide aperture lenses hit the market. Lenses like the Nikon 58mm f/0.95 make producing images with super shallow depth of field relatively easy. Even significantly less expensive lenses like an 85mm f/1.8 can produce beautiful, shallow depth in an image, but what if you want more depth?
Shooting a great portrait is only half the puzzle, as your post-processing has to back that up to create a complete winning image. This fantastic video will show you the process of editing this portrait for show-stopping results.
In this video walkthrough, watch as I show you how I created this photo manipulation horror composite portrait image in Photoshop.
One of the great things about photography is that you can practice it anywhere. You don’t need expensive equipment to get the shot or a massive studio to get the photos you need.
Editing large batches of photos (such as those from a wedding) can be an extremely time-consuming task. What if software could do it for you? Would you use it? This interesting video takes a look at editing a wedding entirely using automatic software and the kind of results you can expect.
Have you ever seen your own plant grow in a time-lapse? You can, and it’s a great exercise to learn something new about your camera and post-processing.
Exposure bracketing is a common technique used to capture the full dynamic range of a scene. If you are new to photography, this excellent video will explain what it is, why photographers use it, and how it is done.