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15 Tips For When You Having Trouble Focusing Your Camera

Having trouble focusing in between shots or with certain equipment? To see this tutorial, just follow the link or click the photo below: Focusing Tips

Posted by JAshley on Tue, 2016–08–16 21:46
Categories: Tutorials

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
Categories: Video Corner

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
Categories: Video Corner
Tags: weddingReceptionlightingJuly 2016videotutorial

Sony a6300 VS a7S ii Video Comparison

Sony A6300 vs. Sony A7Sii video test! To see this comparison, just follow the link or click the photo below: Sony Video Comparison

Posted by JAshley on Wed, 2016–03–23 12:55
Categories: General News
Tags: sonycameradSLRMirrorlessvideocomparisonMarch 2016

Adjust Exposure with Aperture and ISO

You’ll learn how Stops and Exposure relate to ISO and Aperture. To see this tutorial, just follow the link or click the photo below: Adjust Exposure

Posted by JAshley on Thu, 2016–02–25 21:09
Categories: Tutorials
Tags: exposureapertureisotutorialFebruary 2016video

The Eye of Katsu Tokunaga - Military Aviation

Take a look at the fascinating world of aviation photography with Katsu Tokunaga as he prepares for a photo shoot with Dassault Aviation. To see behind the scenes, just follow the link or click the photo below: Military Aviation Photography

Posted by JAshley on Fri, 2016–02–12 19:29
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Tags: militaryAviationDassaultJetsvideoFebruary 2016

Sh*t Street Photography Snobs Say

Kai and the gang take a comical look at street photographers, “As lovers of street photography, there’s a little bit of street photography snobbery in us. This is the kind of sh*t we (sometimes) find ourselves saying.” To see this video, follow the link or click the photograph: Street Photographers

Posted by JAshley on Fri, 2015–08–28 15:11
Categories: General News

What is 4K resolution? Every question answered

What is 4K video resolution and how will it change the way you shoot still images? We explain everything you need to know about the new standard in video recording and display. To read this tutorial, follow the link or click the photograph: 4K Resolution

Posted by JAshley on Thu, 2015–08–27 20:42
Categories: Tutorials
Tags: 4KResolutionvideophotostutorialAugust 2015

6 Essential Tips for DSLR Video

Make the most out of the the video capabilities of your camera. To read the entire tutorial just follow the link or click the photograph: DSLR Video

Posted by JAshley on Sun, 2015–08–09 18:59
Categories: Tutorials

Video Corner #9: Portrait Photography Tips

This “photography edition” (photography videos every Thursday, post-processing/photoshop videos every Monday - see this post for more details) of the “Video Corner” discusses how your lens choices impact your portraits. Short (wide) lenses can cause distortion and an unrealistic perspective, while longer (zoom) lenses have a narrower angle of view, which helps you avoid capturing too much of the background. In addition, longer lenses allow you to compose multiple shots from the same location.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Thu, 2009–08–06 16:54
Categories: CanonVideo Corner
Tags: photographycanonvideoportraitlensesvideo corner

Video Corner Recap and Future Plans

Over the past several weeks we’ve had the chance to have some fantastic videos in a new series here on the Corner Blog we simply call “Video Corner.” After some discussion with the community, we’ve decided to make this a regular series on the Corner Blog. Twice a week, on Mondays and Thursdays, we’ll post up a new video. Mondays will feature post-processing related videos (Photoshop tips, tricks & techniques, etc) and Thursdays will feature photography-related videos (cameras, lighting, equipment, etc). You’re encouraged, of course, to try out the techniques introduced in the videos throughout the week, and even share your thoughts and sample photos in the comments section of each video (requires you to have a free account at PhotographyCorner - register here).

Many of the post-processing tutorials will be done using Adobe products like Photoshop and Lightroom, however most techniques can be repeated with other post-prcessing software such as Corel Paint Shop Pro Photo X2 Ultimate (on sale for $49.99 at Amazon.com here), GIMP (which can be downloaded for free here), and even Adobe Photoshop Elements. The photography-related videos will have a wide range of topics which will include specific pieces of equipment (lighting, cameras, etc), but will also cover a variety of techniques which can be broadly applied to every photographer.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Wed, 2009–08–05 23:51
Categories: Video Corner
Tags: photographyvideophotoshoprecapvideo corner

Articles By Amy: Understanding Shutter Speed, Aperture and ISO - Part 3 [VIDEO]

The third of three videos in the series “Understanding Shutter Speed, Aperture and ISO” (you can watch part 1 on shutter speed here, and part 2 on the aperture here) discusses ISO - what it is, how it works, and what happens when you change your camera settings from a low ISO setting (50-100) to a mid-range ISO setting (400-800) to a high ISO setting (800 and beyond).

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Sat, 2009–04–25 15:46
Categories: Articles By Amy

Articles By Amy: Understanding Shutter Speed, Aperture and ISO - Part 2 [VIDEO]

The 2nd video in the three-part series “Understanding Shutter Speed, Aperture and ISO” (you can view part 1 here) focuses on the aperture. The 6-minute video below discusses what the aperture is, how it works, and what it means to have a large verses small aperture.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Sat, 2009–04–18 20:17
Categories: Articles By Amy

Articles By Amy: Understanding Shutter Speed, Aperture and ISO - Part 1 [VIDEO]

The video below is part 1 of 3 videos we’ll get to see over the next couple of weeks on shutter speed, aperture and ISO. The first video specifically looks at understanding shutter speed - what the shutter does, how it works, and how changing the shutter speed changes what your photographs look like. The video also looks at the different effects and outcomes you can create in your photographs by adjusting the shutter speed.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Tue, 2009–04–14 16:24
Categories: Articles By Amy

Video Circa 1960 Wins CCC#61

The first Contest Corner Challenge since the completion of the 2008 Photograph of the Year contest, CCC#61: Lights, Camera, Action! is now complete. 17 photographs were entered, but only 1 remains: Video Circa 1960 by cup4tml. Congratulations, Doug - this is a fantastic photograph that really does depict the theme of “video.”

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Tue, 2009–04–07 15:24

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

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

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
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