So much going on around us in the past month. It looks like the world is changing for the better, for the worse? I am optimistic. However time will tell. Till then here are some favorite photography links from around the web.
- My Daughter’s Digital Pinhole Camera
Digital Pinhole Camera Follow-up
A great article and follow up to Rich Legg’s original digital pinhole project. The instructions are great and the images are easy to follow. This project is fun to do with kids letting them "see" how old cameras were like, while also showing them how cool new cameras are
- VIDEO : Quick Ambient Light Portraits
Squeeze The Lime
Bert Stephani has a great video on shooting indoor portraits with available light. As always Great music and beautiful model makes it fun to learn from Bert. This is a great opportunity to let you all in on the great site and great video section on Squeeze The Lime.
LIME004 – Quick Ambient Light Portraits from Lime Photography on Vimeo.
- Make Your Own 3D Camera for $15 or Less
PJ feature a great DIY hack to create Stereographs. Covering the shutter click, the post processing and a very cool camera mode, you’ll need nothing more to create your own.
- Introduction to Macro Photography – Part 1
Yanik Photo School
Yanik does a great job of introducing Macro photography in a thorough manner. Covering those rarely covered issues like Mirror Lock Up and Steady by Remote this is a great intro for anyone interested in Macro photography
- Your Privacy and Copyright Law
We are all sensitive to copyrights. But what if you find yourself on the internet after dancing in a rave? Do you own copyrights to that image? Eric Hamilton shed some party light on this subject
- Creating an Ambient Look with Speedlights on Location: Tech Sheet
Working with both ambient and flash lighting can provide great results. Don shares a tech cheat sheet which explains this technique and provides examples
- Instructions for building a Mini Soft Box
Yet another great softbox DIY design for your portable flash
- 5 Tips For Making Great iPhone Photos
Forget about talking. Grab your iPhone and start shooting. Great tips and advice from Chase about using your I-carry-it-everywhere iPhone built in camera
- Advanced Watermarking with Lightroom
Kerry give a great walk through on creating water marks with Adode’s Lightroom using LR2/Mogrify
- Spatial Relationships and Distortion
Jeff hits us again with a great tutorial that helps explaining what is the difference between taking a wide angle shot and a telephoto shot with the main subject being in the same size
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