Join me for Episode 9 of How to Photograph Everything! This week we dive into some different lighting combinations for in-studio portraits.
Who’s ready to photograph some fun pet portraits? Join me on this fun shoot with one of my best pals and get some handy camera and setup tips that will help you work with and photograph pets on your own!
Join me in downtown Raleigh, North Carolina for some tips on photographing an Urban Environmental Portrait! Learn my tricks for making a remarkable portrait in the city using different shapes, colors, and textures that we find. Back in ON1 Photo RAW 2019, I’ll give you some tips and tricks on managing the tone & color, highlights and brightness, transform the photo, add a soft dynamic contrast, and the color adjustment filter.
Learn how to photograph an uncooperative and Poisonous(!) Cane Toad with ON1 Guru Tamara Lackey.
It’s a ton of fun to go out and find a unique backdrop to photograph your subject. But, what if we could create something artistic and creative to place our subject in front of right in the studio?
Hi, everyone – I really enjoyed joining the ON1 Plus community this month for our Casual Portraits topic! I hope that this month included a good mix of topics, from lighting to technical settings to interaction to shooting fast-moving subject to posing – and, consistently, the impact of focusing on genuine expression.
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Whether you are photographing your friend’s kids, your own children, your grandchildren, your niece or nephew (or just some adorable little humans you met about five seconds ago), here are a few suggestions that can help you to shoot portraits you love, no matter what the circumstance. Every tip shared below is visually demonstrated in the video clip shared here.
We’ll spend this month stepping through various tips and techniques when it comes to photographing casual portraits of children. Let’s start out by stepping through gear and technical setting choices, with a few examples of why certain photographs can be better captured with different lenses, varying technical settings and interactive approaches.
Hi! My name is Tamara Lackey, and I am very happy to be joining you this month as a guest coach.
I have been a professional photographer for the last 15+ years and, in that time, I’ve mostly concentrated my efforts on shooting portrait, commercial and editorial work. More specifically, I have been focused on photographing children (and child-like creatures).