Video Corner

How to Use Content-Aware Crop in Photoshop Photoshop Tutorials

Learn how to extend the size of your images using Content-Aware Crop. To see this tutorial, just follow the link or click the photo below: Content Aware Crop

Posted by JAshley on Thu, 2016–07–14 22:33
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10 Lighting Tips For Wedding Receptions

10 Lighting Tips For Wedding Receptions. To see tutorial, just follow the link or click the photo below: Wedding Reception Lighting

Posted by JAshley on Wed, 2016–07–13 23:08
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How to Color Tone Using Gradient Maps

How do Gradient Maps Work? To view this tutorial, just follow the link or click the photo below: Color Tone

Posted by JAshley on Mon, 2016–06–13 19:30
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Video Corner #189: How-To Travel Photography - Nature and Scenics

Came across this 5-minute video put together by Tamron and had to share it. It’s a video shoot with professional photographer Ian Plant, and it’s full of fantastic tips and tricks for photographing out in nature. Enjoy!

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Wed, 2012–07–18 13:44
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Video Corner #188: Fashion Shoot with the new Tamron SP 24-70mm F/2.8 Di VC USD Lens

I know, it’s been a while since our last “Video Corner” post here on the blog (just over a year in fact - crazy!). I’ve come across a bunch recently that I thought you’d enjoy, so I’m going to try to do some Video Corner posts with a little more frequency for a while - let me know what you think of them, and we’ll see if they become a regular part of the Corner Blog again. The video below follows around NYC fashion photographer Laura Rose as she shoots the image campaign for the Tamron SP 24-70mm F/2.8 Di VC USD lens. It’s only 8-minutes long, but a neat behind-the-scenes look at fashion photography.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Sat, 2012–05–19 00:22
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No More 'Photoshop Monday' & 'Photography Thursday' Video Corners

If you’re an avid follower of the Corner Blog (you can subscribe here), you may have noticed there were no “Video Corner” blog posts last week. But, to be honest, hardly anyone noticed. While they started off as a popular section to the Corner Blog, I’ve noticed lately they haven’t been producing as many views, and very few comments. So I decided to let a week pass without any Video Corner posts to see if people would notice - and not many did. We’re not going to kill off the Video Corner blog posts completely, but they’re no longer going to be twice weekly (no more Photoshop Monday & Photography Thursday videos). Instead, when I come across a good photography/photoshop-related video, I’m simply going to share them as I come across them. If you know of some good videos, feel free to send them my way, and I’ll post them up.

If you want to go back and watch some of the past Video Corner videos, a full list of them can be found here.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Mon, 2011–05–09 15:17
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Video Corner #187: The Studio Set Up with Monte Zucker

The ‘Photography Thursday’ Video Corner today again looks in on Monte Zucker as he outlines his typical studio/lighting set up. He also goes over a couple of portraits and discusses the impact of the lighting and positioning on those photos.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Thu, 2011–04–28 18:14
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Video Corner #186: How to Load and Play Actions in Adobe Photoshop

Our ‘Photoshop Monday’ Video Corner today conitnues our look at the “actions panel” in Adobe Photoshop. While pretty basic, this video looks at how to load and then play actions.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Mon, 2011–04–25 14:09
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Video Corner #185: Post Production Work on a Female Portrait

The ‘Photography Thursday’ Video Corner today watches in on photographer and photographic teacher (who passed away just over 4 years ago) Monte Zucker as he does post production work on a female portrait. Take note of the steps he takes and how, in just a couple of minutes, he can turn a good photograph into a great portrait.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Thu, 2011–04–21 16:33
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Video Corner #184: How to Work With Recording Actions in Adobe Photoshop

Our ‘Photoshop Monday’ Video Corner today conitnues our look at the “actions panel” in Adobe Photoshop - specifically, this video covers how to begin to record actions.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Mon, 2011–04–18 15:42
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Video Corner #183: Portrait Ideas

The ‘Photography Thursday’ Video Corner today again is with professional photographer Clay Blackmore. Instead of following along with Clay on a specific shoot, he walks us through a bunch of different portrait and tips. You’ll have to watch this one several times to get everything from it - he moves from subject to subject quite quickly, but there are so many good tips in this one - especially if you’re a portrait photographer.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Thu, 2011–04–14 18:50
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Video Corner #182: How to Work With the Actions Panel in Adobe Photoshop

Our ‘Photoshop Monday’ Video Corner today introduces us to the “actions panel” in Adobe Photoshop (over the next month or so, we’ll take a closer look at how to play and record actions).

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Mon, 2011–04–11 15:57
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Video Corner #181: How to Take an Outdoor Portrait

The ‘Photography Thursday’ Video Corner today again follows along with professional photographer Clay Blackmore. This portrait shoot is on location using natural light just before the sun sets. As always, he moves and talks fast, but this 6 minute video is packed full of great techniques and ideas.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Thu, 2011–04–07 14:36
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Video Corner #180: How to Composite the Selections in Adobe Photoshop

Our ‘Photoshop Monday’ Video Corner today continues on from our past bunch of ‘Photoshop Monday’ videos by looking at how to composite selections in Adobe Photoshop (basically how to merge several photographs together - in future videos, we’ll take a closer look at how to match the composites up better).

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Mon, 2011–04–04 17:01
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Video Corner #179: How to Photograph Beverages

The ‘Photography Thursday’ Video Corner today again looks in on commerical photographer Jim Divitale (last week he showed us how he photographs electronics) as he walks us through how he sets up and photographs beverages. This video is packed full of useful little tidbits for commercial and still-life photographers, so get your pen & paper ready!

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Thu, 2011–03–31 21:23
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Video Corner #178: How to Use the Refine Edge Command in Adobe Photoshop

Our ‘Photoshop Monday’ Video Corner today looks at how to use the refine edge command to fine tune selections in Adobe Photoshop.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Mon, 2011–03–28 19:07
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Video Corner #177: Photographing Electronics

The ‘Photography Thursday’ Video Corner today looks in on commerical photographer Jim Divitale as he walks us through how he photographs electronics (great tips for ebay photographers, or any commerical photographers who do product photography).

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Thu, 2011–03–24 19:08
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Video Corner #175: The Female Formal Portrait Pose

We’ve had a couple of past ‘Photography Thursday’ Video Corner’s hosted by Clay Blackmore before. He talks and moves fast, but his videos are always packed full of great tips (pose, light, life, refine). The video today discusses the ‘Female Formal Portrait Pose’ and the way he sets up each shot. It’s always great to watch other photographers in action, and even seasoned pros will find some useful advice from this one.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Thu, 2011–03–17 20:41
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Video Corner #174: Using the Pen Tool as a Selection Tool in Adobe Photoshop

Our ‘Photoshop Monday’ Video Corner continues on from last several weeks where we learned how to use the magic wand tool, how to utilize the selection tool in Adobe Photoshop, the double life of the selection tools in Adobe Photoshop and a look at the various lasso tools in Adobe Photoshop. This week, we look at how to use the pen tool as a selection tool in Adobe Photoshop (pretty neat, eh?).

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Mon, 2011–03–14 15:02
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