Photographic Technique: The Black Background

Posted on 2017-06-08 by FreeJpg Editor


In the video today we will know a very useful technique to turn the background completely black regardless of the place of the photograph, indoors or outdoors.

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How to Create A Signature Watermark in Lightroom

Posted on 2016-10-27 by FreeJpg Editor


If you are looking to add some security to the images you are uploading online, this episode is perfect for you! Today we'll show you how to create a watermark to place on your images. It could be your signature, logo, or really anything you desire. Having a watermark is a great way to protect your images and direct people back towards your brand.



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Top 5 Tips to Shoot Incredible Video with a Smartphone

Posted on 2016-10-21 by FreeJpg Editor


Do you want to shoot incredible video with an iPhone 6/6Plus, Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 Edge, LG G4, Nexus 6 and more? Here are Top 5 Tips and Tricks on how to shoot stunning video just with your phone. Watch to find out. Here are all of the equipment used in this video.

 

SOURCE: Danny Winget

 



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Best Smartphone Lens Kits Under $30

Posted on 2016-10-21 by FreeJpg Editor


In this video tutorial will give you a closer look at MPOW MLens V2 and the Polaroid 3-in-1 Lens Kit.



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10 tips to record better video on Android

Posted on 2016-10-21 by FreeJpg Editor


 

Would you like to improve the quality of your videos shot with your Smartphone? We share with you this video tutorial which will review basic aspects to improve the quality of our videos.

 

We all have a cell that allows us to shoot with these 10 tips on sucrase maximum capacity of your mobile phone.

 



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Dramatic Black & White Photo Effect (Photoshop)

Posted on 2016-10-21 by FreeJpg Editor


In this video I will be showing you how to easily create a dramatic back and white photo effect.

It is very simple and easy adjustable

 



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Image rights explained visually

Posted on 2016-10-21 by FreeJpg Editor


A short educational video about stock photo rights and how those rights affect you. This video is made by www.stockphotorights.com an educational resource which aims to unravel the complexities and expose the potential legal pitfalls of image use.



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How to Film Professional Videos w/ Android Smartphone! 4k

Posted on 2016-10-21 by FreeJpg Editor


In this tutorial, we show you how to film professional, high-quality 4K videos with Android smartphones (you can also use any other smartphones like iPhone). Whether you are making videos for YouTube or maybe commercial for your company, this should help you shoot better videos with your smartphone.

 



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4K Video - is it worth it?

Posted on 2016-10-21 by FreeJpg Editor


Should you upload videos in 4K? Should you watch videos in 4K? We answer these burning questions once and for all! 



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Ligth Environment: How to create light beams in Photoshop?

Posted on 2016-10-21 by FreeJpg Editor


Creating Beams of Light

 

Here is some great insight on creating beams of light in photoshop. Check it out.

 

Working With Layers

 

The key to getting a beam of light to look realistic is using multiple layers while creating it. A beam of light will be most intense in the center of the beam, so by making three different curves



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Rain Effect | Photoshop Manipulation Tutorial Part1

Posted on 2016-10-21 by FreeJpg Editor


So here is advance photoshop manipulation in which we will learn to create rain effects and water droplets around body parts using several brushes and photo mixing techniques.



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Rain Effect | Photoshop Manipulation Tutorial Part2

Posted on 2016-10-21 by FreeJpg Editor


So here is advance photoshop manipulation in which we will learn to create rain effects and water droplets around body parts using several brushes and photo mixing techniques.



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Photoshop Tutorial: Five Easy Photo Retouching Tips and Tricks

Posted on 2016-10-21 by FreeJpg Editor


Photoshop is the perfect tool for retouching but sometimes it can take a lot of work to do something simple. In this video, you’ll learn easy tips and tricks to make your work easier and better such restoring blown out detail with a layer style, using the healing and clone tools on a separate layer, reducing haze using only one layer, paintin



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Dispersion Effect Smoke in Photoshop CS7

Posted on 2016-09-01 by FreeJpg Editor


This Photoshop CC tutorial shows you how to create a dispersion effect using Photoshop



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Instagram Nashville Effect in Photoshop CS6

Posted on 2016-09-01 by FreeJpg Editor


Instagram has a lot of photo effects along with the most famous Nashville effect which a lot of people have wondered how they create that effect from scratch so I'll show you the easiest and fastest way to make the effect in Photoshop, when your done making the effect you can also adjust all the settings to put your own stamp on your photos so you c



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Vintage effect in Photoshop CS6

Posted on 2016-09-01 by FreeJpg Editor


Soft Vintage amazing effect for pictures. Made with Photoshop CS6.



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Split Toning in Lightroom 6 / CC

Posted on 2016-09-01 by FreeJpg Editor


In this Lightroom video tutorial I explain how to use Split Toning Lightroom CC. Split toning is a powerful editing tool that creates dramatic edits for landscapes and portraits.



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Ultimate Travel Photography Tips

Posted on 2016-07-15 by FreeJpg Editor


Watch photographer Ray Demski demonstrate some essential travel photography tips in Venice, Italy, that will help you capture some unique shots on your next trip!

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COOPH



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Aperture,shutter speed and ISO

Posted on 2016-07-15 by FreeJpg Editor


When we started in the field of photography, we can find a little confusing concepts and abstract .

When we shoot so Manual , we find the aperture, shutter speed and ISO and that is where doubts begin million .

In this graph, we can see how the image varies depending on how we change the values of these three factors.

The first row refers to a



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How to get photographs with the correct exposure

Posted on 2016-07-15 by FreeJpg Editor


Because of all the technical vernacular often times there's a misconception that there is a "correct" way to expose a photo. In this video I'll go into how there's no such thing as a correct exposure in photography.



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Exposure Reciprocity in Photography

Posted on 2016-07-15 by FreeJpg Editor


In today's article we elaborate on "The law of reciprocity". When we refer to photograph reciprocity in its technical definition it is; the opposite relationship between the intensity and duration of light that provides the reaction of a light sensitive material.

But now put a slightly less complex example.

Imagine that we need to fill a glass with



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Concept of color temperature

Posted on 2016-06-25 by FreeJpg Editor


If we talk about color temperature, we refer to the warmth or coolness of the light emitted by a source.

Each of these light sources exhibit a different color or light color temperature is measured in degrees Kelvin and range from red (warm light) to blue (cold light).

The chromatic effect that emits light through a light source depends on its



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What Is Macro Photography? What are the best methods for this technique? And 10 examples of it.

Posted on 2016-06-22 by FreeJpg Editor


The Macro :

Digital cameras usually have a minimum distance of between 20 cm and half a meter between the object you want to photograph and the camera itself , below which they are not able to focus properly .

If you want to photograph objects that are closer, you must switch to macro mode that rearranges the glasses , so you can focus on objects



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Macro Reversing Ring

Posted on 2016-06-22 by FreeJpg Editor


A Macro reversing ring lets you transform any lens into a macro (or Micro) lens so you can shoot close ups of even the tiniest things. 

All you need to do to convert any lens into a macro is reverse it on the camera - how cool is that! I don't know the physics of why it works - it just does. 

There are downsides. When you use a reversing



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Top tips for taking pictures of prolonged exposures

Posted on 2016-06-07 by FreeJpg Editor


Our cameras usually set the shutter speed depending on the lighting conditions in which we find ourselves. These exposures are measured in hundredths or thousandths of a second. But there are certain cameras that allow us to shoot in manual mode, and thus can influence the exposure time and prolong get indeterminately. So we can create pictures in



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Get the best Time- Lapse. What is this technique?

Posted on 2016-06-06 by FreeJpg Editor


In today's article, we will discuss the time- lapse, what is it ? How to achieve the best results ?.

With the help of digital photography we can stop or compress time and create images that show us what our eyes can not see to be a very slow process. We have two options to get the best results: The time-lapse and long exposures. Today we will empha


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The best 9 tips photographic composition by Steve McCurry

Posted on 2016-06-03 by FreeJpg Editor


The human being when he perceives an image usually does in a certain way and in a certain order; in addition, there are certain aspects in an image that generally help capture the attention of the brain and usually evoke certain feelings or feelings.

 

When a photograph that purports to be something more than a snapshot of an event, that is,



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7 Funky Photography Tips

Posted on 2016-05-31 by FreeJpg Editor


Watch photographers Anastasia Ehlakova & Julia Gebhardt demonstrate some funky photography tips to try out on your next shoot!



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He understood in just two minutes depth of field

Posted on 2016-05-23 by FreeJpg Editor


We bring you another video in our back to basic series. In this video we explain what depth of field is and how it affects your shots. We include examples of F stops and the three aspects of depth of field.



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The Basics of a One Light Setup: A Lighting Tutorial

Posted on 2016-05-23 by FreeJpg Editor


In today's TSL lesson we are going way back to the very basics of a one light setup to light a face. Our talent Tiffany Taylor is beautiful and it's very easy to demonstrate on her face. Everything in the world is a ball, a cube or a cylinder. The human face is nothing more than a ball with features. Let's look at how to light the face and background



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7 Simple Best Photography Hacks

Posted on 2016-05-12 by FreeJpg Editor


Taking pictures is an art, but sometimes it is difficult to achieve some effects. Luckily there is this video that teaches 7 simple tricks to take better pictures. Prepare to be the envy of all things that can get easily and inexpensively.



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7 DIY Photography Tips Using Household Objects

Posted on 2016-05-12 by FreeJpg Editor


Watch photographer Markus Berger demonstrate some creative and practical photography tips using only household objects!



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