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?
Ever tried photographing fast-moving subjects? Whether it be pets, people, or wildlife it’s important to get the settings right in camera. Follow along with me and learn some of my tips and techniques for photographing fast-moving subjects.
Ever had to shoot in a location where it’s cluttered or just plain blah? Follow along with me as I walk you through how to set up the shot and then enhance the color and tone in ON1 Photo RAW 2018.1. See how easy it is to create a beautiful portrait photo with the Color Enhancer and finish the photo with a vignette to pull in the focus.
Shooting Casual Portraits in and around The Home
This week is focused on photographing fast-moving subjects! There are few things that will help you photograph fast-moving subjects better than working with the correct shutter speed, so here’s a quick overview – or review! – on shutter speed. In my experience, the better you know the ins and outs of each aspect of exposure, the better your images will match that picture you have in your head when you take your shot.
Shooting casual portraits is often one of the most enjoyable ways to shoot. There is not a lot of pressure to produce specific work for a client, or any pressing deadlines. It’s just a matter of enjoying the act of photography while capturing some truly priceless memories of those you care about in often a light-hearted manner.
This week we will touch on three points: aperture, interaction, and a bit on lighting.
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).