Lighting Patterns: Get the Professional Studio Look With One Light Source

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Nechama Leitner - Week 1 (2015): Self Portrait

Professional photographers understand that it’s all about the light. Armed with some basic knowledge of the fundamental lighting patterns in photography, you can begin to bend light at will, and shoot like a pro studio photographer! Moving into studio lighting can be a scary move for many aspiring photographers. It always seems like a big investment

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Macro Photography: How to Get Amazing Results with any Camera

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Anna Betts - Week 10 (2014): Find the Hidden Object

Macro Photography is an amazing way to capture incredible detail of scenes we may have otherwise overlooked with our regular eyesight. “Macro photography” refers to the technique of getting really, really super-duper close to something (usually something small), and making your tiny subject appear larger than life. Macro photography encapsulate all the great things we love about photography: form, abstract,

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Learning to Use Photoshop’s Patch Tool

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Rudi B - Week 8 (2014) - Action

We won’t lie. We have a bit of a photographer crush on Aaron Nace of phlearn.com. He always has really clear, really easy to follow tutorials about photography and photoshop. In this video, he discusses the Photoshop’s patch tool. Photoshop’s patch tool is especially handy when you go photographing out in nature. It’s a handy-dandy

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