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How to photograph Christmas lights: best camera settings to use

Some very timely tips card explaining how to photograph Christmas lights and ensure a good exposure. To read this tutorial, just follow the link or click the photo below: Christmas Lights

Posted by JAshley on Tue, 2015–11–24 21:33
Categories: Tutorials
Tags: christmasXmaslightstutorialNovember 2015Settings

Video Corner #5b: Photography Lighting Equipment Review (Part 2b)

Last week we took at look at the Basic Principles of Light Usage in Photography in the first installment of the “what lighting should I buy” series. Part 2, a look at the various photography lighting equipment available, is divided up into 2 videos that have both been posted on the Corner Blog today. After watching part 1 here, watch part 2 below as we look at different types of lighting equipment including grip (light stands, c-stands, etc.), light modifiers (such as reflectors, reflectors, snoots, barn doors, grids, flags and soft boxes) and light sources.

Note: Before watching Photography Lighting Equipment Review (Part 2b) below, you may want to start off by watching Photography Lighting Equipment Review (Part 2a) available here.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Mon, 2009–07–20 17:29
Categories: Video Corner

Video Corner #5a: Photography Lighting Equipment Review (Part 2a)

Last week we took at look at the Basic Principles of Light Usage in Photography in the first installment of the “what lighting should I buy” series. Part 2, a look at the various photography lighting equipment available, is divided up into 2 videos that have both been posted on the Corner Blog today. Watch part 1 below as we look at different types of lighting equipment including grip (light stands, c-stands, etc.), light modifiers (such as reflectors, reflectors, snoots, barn doors, grids, flags and soft boxes) and light sources. We also get a peak inside of a large soft box, with a little insight into how they work.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Mon, 2009–07–20 17:08
Categories: Video Corner

Vote for the Best Video Photograph in CCC#61: Lights, Camera, Action!

The entries are in, and now it’s time to vote. In our first Contest Corner Challenge since 2008, photographers were challenged to “capture video in a photograph.” Seventeen photographers stepped up to the plate.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Mon, 2009–03–30 14:19
Tags: photographyvotingcontestcontest corner challengelightsvideocccccc61cameraaction

Contest Corner Challenge #61 (Finally) Announced

A couple of days ago we announced some of the changes to the Contest Corner Challenges for this year. Yesterday, we announced the first Contest Corner Challenge of 2009 with CCC#61: Lights, Camera, Action!

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Wed, 2009–03–11 00:43
Tags: contest corner challengelightsvideomarchccc2009ccc61cameraaction

Voting Has Started for CCC#29: Holiday Lights

Voting for Contest Corner Challenge #29: Holiday Lights has now started. There are 26 pretty sweet holiday light photographs to choose from. You can check out the entries (remember, you have to be logged into the forum to see the photos and to vote) here at the voting thread. Voting goes until about midnight, GMT on December 24th (yes, I know that’s Christmas Eve), and the winner will be announced on December 25th (yes, I know that’s Christmas Day… how cool will it be for the winner to find out they won like $900 worth of stuff on Christmas Day, eh?). So drop by the Contest Corner and cast your vote before Christmas is here!

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Wed, 2006–12–20 14:50
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