Whenever you don’t know what to do, taking photos of ink in water is a good idea, at least in my book. You can get tons of gorgeous shots, and each one will be unique, which I find especially fun about it. If you want to make the most out of this technique, Steve Kazemir has a video for you. He shares some tips to help you pick everything: from container to photography gear; and make your shoot enjoyable and your photos truly outstanding.
It took photographer 70 hours to create this “Paint splatter factory” image
Photographer Steve Kazemir has shared some of his amazing work with us before. He often takes water or paint splash photos, and even builds automatic setups for them. Once again, he has created a stunning image using a simple setup, some Home Depot items, and a lot of time and patience. After 500 photos and around 70 hours, Steve created this fun “Paint Splatter Factory.” And this series of videos, he shares the entire process with you.
Want to start shooting the Milky Way? Start here
Photographing the Milky Way (and the night skies in general) is exciting and opens up a whole new world. But it’s also pretty tricky if you’re new to it. If you’d like to do it and you don’t know where to start, Steve Kazemir has just the video for you. He goes through all the basics of photographing the Milky Way, both for creating single images and a timelapse. So if you want to start somewhere, start by watching his video below.
How to make a cheap DIY double drop system for epic droplet photography
Photographer Steve Kazemir makes amazing droplet photos and has some unique ideas for taking them. He has come up with an automated double drop system to create some colorful and playful droplet photos. Steve built it from scratch, from cheap components that you can easily find on Amazon, eBay, Home Depot or in your own garage. In this video, he shares with you how he did it, so you can try and make your own, too.
How to take awesome paint splash photos with a speaker, a garbage bag and some noise
Paint splash photos are really fun to take, and they can certainly look amazing. If you would like to experiment with this technique, Steve Kazemir shares a very cool technique in his latest video. He takes fantastic, colorful paint splash photos with the help of a speaker, a garbage bag and some noise. Check out his video below if you want to learn how to take them, too!
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