This is your introduction to drone photography and videography! As a beginner, it might seem daunting to know where to start, but Matt Zefi has you covered with tips on safety, taking different types of cinematic shots, composition, finding the best lighting, and more. Zefi uses the DJI Mavic 3, but many of his tips apply to myriad drones.
0:00 - Introduction
0:30 - Safety Regulations, Training, and Preparations
1:24 - Drone Basics (Photo and Video)
3:26 - Speed vs. Altitude
3:56 - Creativity
Street photographer Hugh Brownstone shares his tips for shooting black-and-white photos with your digital camera. Whether you're making portraits, cityscapes, or architectural photos, these techniques will help you get started!
0:00 - Introduction
0:18 - Use Technology
0:44 - How to Expose
1:28 - Capture in Color
1:48 - Think of the Edit
2:14 - Where to Be
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Learn how to level up your street portrait photography with FUJIFILM creator Derek Fahsbender, who tells you how he makes his street portraiture more interesting, as well as how to talk to strangers and take their pictures, even if you're on the introverted side.
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It’s important to be respectful when approaching and photographing strangers. Documentary photographer and Sony Artisan Ira Block shares his portrait photography tips for capturing people in different cultures with courtesy and respect.
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Visual storyteller Paola Franqui, aka Monaris, shares her portrait photography tips when taking pictures of strangers through reflections.
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