Tutorials

How to Photograph Fireworks

There are numerous occasions throughout the year that we celebrate with fireworks, and regardless of what occasion we’re celebrating, almost everyone with a camera wants to try to capture the display of lights and colors. Unfortunately, almost every photographer fails to do just that. For every great fireworks photograph, there are hundreds of blurry, over exposed, under exposed, shaky, out of focus or just plain ol’ bad photographs of fireworks. It’s actually not that difficult to capture great firework photographs - it just takes a little patience, some practice, and a couple of important tips to remember - oh, and you need a camera.


How to Photograph Fireworks - Scott111184
Photo by Scott111184

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Sat, 2009–07–04 02:22
Categories: Tutorials

Five New Video Tutorials in the Corner Resource Center

Thanks to one of the biggest tutorial / article / product reviews contributors to the Corner Resource Center, Erik Bernskiold, we have 5 new video tutorials for you to enjoy. Take a look at the 5 video tutorials all about Adobe Lightroom 2 below, and make sure to drop by the discussion thread (link at the bottom of each tutorial) to discuss/comment and thank Erik for putting these together.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Sun, 2009–04–05 16:20
Categories: AdobeTutorialsCorner Resource Center

Five New Resources Added to the Corner Resource Center

If you don’t follow the forums very closely, you may have missed me posting up 5 new articles/tutorials/product reviews over the past day or so (I post them up in the Corner Resource Center, then post a link up for discussion in the Photography Resources Forum). Almost all of the resources added to the Corner Resource Center are submitted by members of the Corner (people just like you!). Here’s a list of the new resources added:

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Fri, 2008–08–22 13:55

Corner Resource Center Catch-Up #4

We’re getting there, I promise. I’ve spent the majority of the past day+ coding and uploading FIVE new articles and tutorials to the Corner Resource Center. Thanks to those that have created/written and submitted the following articles/tutorials, and to those that have submitted some and they haven’t been uploaded, I’m working my way through them, and they should be up soon!! In the meantime, enjoy the following 5 new resources!

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Wed, 2008–06–04 02:07

Corner Resource Center Catch-Up #3

As I slow make progress catching up adding articles, tutorials and product reviews to the Corner Resource Center, I’ll keep you posted on the blog. I decided, before I write the May Newsletter, I’d do 3 more resources (so the newsletter might not go out until late tonight, or some time tomorrow). We have an article, a tutorial and a product review to keep you busy for a while.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Wed, 2008–05–14 16:18

13 New Tutorial Video's Covering Adobe Photoshop Express

Adobe Photoshop ExpressAs I mentioned about a week ago, with the release of Adobe Photoshop Express, Erik Bernskiold (a moderator here at the Corner), has put together a video review/tutorial series for us that covers every aspect of the new, online tool from Adobe.

Unlike it’s older brother Photoshop, Photoshop Express is more aimed towards the casual photographer, not at the professional photographer. That being said, it’s still a great tool to use on the go. If you just want to quickly clean up an image, or maybe you’re not at your “post-processing computer,” or your at someone else’s house and you left your laptop behind - it’s a quick and easy way to do some basic photo editing. To check out Photoshop Express for yourself, visit www.photoshopexpress.com. Below, I have embedded the first video in the series, as well as links to the other 12 (yes there are 13 videos in the series - wow!). Thanks for all the hard work, Erik!

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Sun, 2008–04–06 18:41
Categories: AdobeTutorialsCorner Resource Center
Tags: videoadobephotoshop expresstutorialsvideos

Adobe Photoshop Express - Video Tutorial Series

Adobe Photoshop ExpressAdobe Photoshop Express, the long-awaited, free online image editor was released as a public beta on Thursday. Unlike it’s older brother Photoshop, Photoshop Express is more aimed towards the casual photographer, not at the professional photographer. That being said, it’s still a great tool to use on the go. If you just want to quickly clean up an image, or maybe you’re not at your “post-processing computer,” or your at someone else’s house and you left your laptop behind - it’s a quick and easy way to do some basic photo editing. Our very own Erik Bernskiold has decided to do a complete review/tutorial video series for us which we will be posting over the next couple of days.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Fri, 2008–03–28 01:36
Categories: AdobeTutorialsCorner Resource Center

New Tutorial - Overlaying Two Exposures

Just a quick note that I’ve added a new tutorial (about time!) to the photography resource center. Check out the tutorial “Overlaying Two Exposures” (a quick tutorial on how to combine two images with two exposures) by RogersDA and then discuss it in the forums. Thanks David!

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Tue, 2007–11–13 22:06
Categories: Tutorials
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