This Photography for Beginners Tutorial is for anyone interested in photography. Photography is all about light and once you learn to control it you’ll be on your way to becoming a photographer. In this 3 part series I’ll take you through the 3 fundamental light controls.
The aperture is my go to setting when I want to take control. As a member of the fundamental light controls it plays a critical role for any photographer. Not only is it the first control to impact on light it also lets you control the viewer.
The shutter speed is the second of the fundamental light controls as it is the next phase light passes through on it’s way to becoming a photo. The shutter speed is how fast the shutter moves to allow light to pass through.
The ISO is the last of the fundamental light controls you’ll need to know before you can claim to be a real photographer. It is also the last control to have an impact on light before your photo becomes a reality.
Lets kick off the year with a more efficient workflow and compress video without losing quality. This quick tutorial takes you through the process of using free software called HandBrake.
Learn how to Edit Video with Photoshop Lightroom in the latest tutorial. This quick and easy tutorial will take you through the basics of editing videos from making changes to exposure and colour grading.
Lightroom makes Geotagging quick and easy and this tutorial will have you up and running in no time at all. Why would you want to geotag your photos? Well, the ability to add extra information to your photo’s like GPS data can be extremely helpful when managing large collections of photos.
In this HDR tutorial I’ll take you through the process of creating HDR photo’s from a recent visit to a derelict building. This photography tutorial will take you through the photography process explaining various techniques and software.
In this photography tutorial it’s all about playing with matches and capturing fire, on a small scale. The photography techniques used and process is pretty simple and uses common household items.
This photography tutorial on came about after I saw from some photo’s of “Refractographs”. In this tutorial we’ll focus on glass reflections and impurities and how to manipulate them using various techniques.