Posing doesn’t have to be complicated. In Posing 101: The Essentials, fashion photographer and CreativeLive instructor Lindsay Adler gives you an introduction to essential posing techniques you need to start building the posing repertoire every photographer needs.
It's easy to get caught up in the gear, the shutter speeds, the f-stops, the lighting, and the post-production. But sometimes, we need to be reminded of why we take and create images in the first place. Join celebrity photographer Jeremy Cowart as he sits down and tells stories from the field.
Experience the look and feel of film photography with this beginner’s guide to film for DSLR photographers.
Watch Richard’s full edit of his Mermaid on Land image from start to finish. He creates an underwater scene, an above water scene, and uses lighting effects to combine everything together. Learn how to build an elaborate background, how to place your model into it, and add in your details to enhance your final portrait.
I LOVE freckles. NOW, you can create and enhance freckles on any subject you desire to.
This edit includes a special FRECKLES BRUSH! Choose from NINE different styles of freckles to create the look you desire. Watch me edit this ENTIRE image from start to the grand finish of creating freckles!
English | 3hr 16m | Video: 720p
In recent years, 360° and VR photos and videos have emerged as fresh, exciting platforms for viewing content. Whether it's showing off the inside of a business or simply sharing an experience, virtual tours are one of the most immersive ways to see a space from the comfort of your own home or mobile device. In this case, learn how to showcase a space or experience by creating your very own virtual tour. Instructor Richard Harrington shows how to create floor plans, shoot both 360° video and photos, and piece together all of your 360° assets to build a tour.
If you want to create something epic, adventurous and mind blowing this is the tutorial for you! Not only will you see behind the scenes footage on how we shot everything you will get 2 hours packed with expert photoshop techniques. We will be stepping away from presets and coloring actions creating everything from scratch. Once you learn the techniques in this tutorial you will be light years ahead of other photographers.
Now, here’s a gorgeous template that every photography studio should have ready to hit “send” as soon as that ubiquitous question comes in from a potential new client: “How much do you cost?”. Our 6 page Digital Studio Pricing Guide doesn’t just tell clients about pricing; it both shows and tells why they should hire you.
In this live shooting demonstration, fashion and beauty photographer Lindsay Adler will show you how to create three drastically different beauty shots with a few simple changes! She'll talk about considerations for styling choices, lighting setups, modifiers, camera angle, lens choice and poses.
Activate your brand with marketing tips from Vanessa Joy. In this class, Vanessa shares 20 fresh ideas that'll take your brand from bland to booming. You’ll get actionable ideas you can use to bring your brand to life on social media and at in-person events. Vanessa will help you develop marketing activities that will put you in front of new clients, increase your credibility and expand your network.
Join the 2011 winner of the Ansel Adams Award for Conservation Photography, Ian Shive, as he talks about the thrill and precision of taking photographs in the world’s wildest places.
John Michael Cooper will show you how to create multiple frame composites on the fly using minimal gear and time.
Whether you are covering a simple family or engagement session or a 600 person wedding, this technique will be a useful tool to keep in your back pocket to capture unique, complex looking images.
Why is planning your subject’s wardrobe is so crucial to achieving consistency? Being able to envision a scene and predict how light and color will interact is essential to developing a cohesive portfolio. Explore 5 modules at your own pace and become a master of wardrobe and color.
This is another class in shooting "nude", where we are talking about the imitation of natural light in the studio or in the interior. This class is especially relevant in winter, when it gets dark very early and it is necessary to create natural light artificially. Skills and techniques that we analyze, will be useful to you at any other time of the year, for example, for long shots of commercials or movies.
The video course "Take a fairy tale in the yard" will teach you to photograph and process so as to get fabulous photos right next to the house.
Learn to how to stitch images together in Photoshop to create a larger image and watch me edit this image.
Richard continues the post production of his Mermaid in Water image here as he brings us through some atmospheric techniques to create a dynamic final product.
Join Peter and CJ on their first shoot together, where Peter attempts to recreate the lighting from this beautiful shot. The original image was taken in 2015, so he didn’t remember exactly what he did and as the models have very different faces there had to be some variation on the lighting to suit. We hope you enjoy it!
People have been asking quite often about editing darker skinned tones. As I edit this beautiful darker skinned boy, you will see that I this image just the way that I edit anything else. I’ll start out by changing the composition of the image, using a few steps which may amaze you with their simplicity. Then, you’ll see me jump in and really focus on his skin and making sure that he has a nice warm tone to his skin. Finally, I’ll adjust the lighting so that all of the details of this gorgeous image are enhanced and the attention is squarely on my subject!
A simple, effective way to collect and organize your client’s wedding information in minutes! Just email this modern, clean interactive .PDF form to clients or post it to your website to obtain timing, address, contact, and requested photography coverage information. This form makes the information gather process easy for clients to fill out and easy for you to store. Also includes a small, professionally written introduction letting clients know you’re there to support them through the planning process. A few minutes to customize in InDesign or Photoshop and it’s ready to send! An absolute essential for any wedding photography studio.
Let’s talk styling and building a studio wardrobe. Coaching your clients on what to bring to their shoot is key – and they will be more invested from the start. Go through a couple of Sue’s good and bad purchases for her wardrobe – and find out how to know what to buy, how much to spend, and what sizes to get.
This is a demonstration of how to create a dramatic shot of the knife with one light (broncolor optical spot) and one small diffuser. It is a bonus to Photigy Pro Corner assignment tutorial, “Cutting Instruments”
The knife is made from Damascus steel (66 layers), and it was interesting to see how texture and pattern will look like on different angles of the light.
DO YOU STRUGGLE WITH SKIN? Join Sarah Wilkerson as she walks you through the ins and outs of shooting and processing to achieve the color, tonality, and texture of skin that will make your images extraordinary. You’ll learn: