Great nature photographs don’t happen by chance. A blend of good light and a strong composition are keys to creating images that have impact and meaning. When layered with a natural moment, remarkable images are born from the photographer’s vision, combining anticipation and execution.
Retouching is a balancing act and an art. While you want to correct facial imperfections and blemishes, you also want to retain skin texture and maintain a realistic image. This presentation by Lindsay Adler will introduce you to the basic tools, techniques and programs used to retouch portrait and beauty images.
Why do certain photographs appeal to us so much while others do little to spark our interest? Sometimes it has to do with our emotional connection to the subject matter, but more often it has to do with human evolution and the way that we see.
To quote Kyle's Mom from South Park, "What, what, WHAT?! Have you gone mad, man?! There is no color in a black and white image!" Well no, there isn't, but there is a correct way that those colors should be converted and represented in a black and white image.
High-dynamic range imaging (HDR) is the fastest growing and perhaps the trendiest new technique in photography. By combining several images with different exposures the photographer can capture scenes which are beyond the dynamic range of their camera. The trick is that HDR scenes not only can't be captured in a single image, they also can't be fully displayed or printed in their native form. That means additional processing is required to turn the photo into one which can be used.
Real Exposures features one-on-one interviews with industry professionals such as high-profile photographers and filmmakers. In this episode, photojournalist Jason Florio visits B&H to discuss his expedition to the West African Republic of The Gambia, where he photographed chiefs and elders.
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