So I thought I’d kick off this weeks post with a little teaser.
Last week I met up Lars K Design(again)for a final shoot of a very special car…
I’ll show you the final pictures within the next few days once they are ready.
During the past week I’ve spend a lot of time preparing and getting things organized at my new place, now however everything starts to come together… unfortunately It will take a few more days to get my internet up and running but I’ll try to keep the blog and social medias updated as much as I can during this time.
Right, that’s all for today. Catch you back here soon!
Today I want to share my Photoshop & Lightroom tutorial No. 6 with you!
In this video I show how to quickly and realistically change the colour of highlights to match the environment. This is a great technique for use in compositing when placing a subject into a new scene with lighting effects.
Ok I want to kick off this weeks post by saying thank you!
I’ve got some great feedback from my YouTube tutorials and I just want to let you know that it means a lot to me. When I did my first video I didn’t expect any views or feedback.. but as it turns out I was wrong
Now, I don’t have thousands of subscribers or views, infect I got nothing compared to many others, but if I can inspire or help just a few people than that is all I need to keep going, and as long as you give me all this awesome feedback I’ll do more tutorials..
Right gotta go! Night shoot on the schedule.
Have a good one and I’ll catch you back here tomorrow.
Regular readers of this blog probably knows by now how important I think it is to look for inspiration and different mentors in your life, and that it doesn’t necessarily has to come from the photography sphere.
Today I want to share a video with you that explains very much what I’m on about.
Professional skateboarder Rodney Mullen is Another HUGE inspiration for me… When I was a kid I played him as a character on all the video games and looked at movies of him skating just to try and learn new tricks on my board… Now however, he inspires me in a completely different way..
Please take a few minutes and check out this video:
Right, that’s all for me. Have a good one and I’ll catch you back here tomorrow.
By that I mean, you need to learn and try understand the level of performance and technical difficulty that the athlete/athletes does in the sport you’re shooting, for example; to choose the right photo in a sequence of photos, to know when the athlete is at the peak of his/her trick or action(like the pictures below) or if the trick is hard/technical enough, maybe try it again?
I think it is as important that the athlete likes the shot as much as you do..
Another way to show that you understand a sport can be to simply change the angle and put the action in focus throughout the hole picture, if that make sense..
Right that’s all for today. Hope like my quick photography tips
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Have a good one and I’ll catch you back here in a few days.