Nude photography is among the toughest genres. If you think it’s just about taking a snap of a naked model, you’ll soon learn you’re wrong. You see, to get good pictures here, knowing your camera and the site are essential, but still not enough—you need a feeling for working with people. And tact.
File for month: 5 / 2019
Jana Kupčáková is an exceptionally productive photographer. She spends much of her time traveling the globe, she teaches photography as well, and she has numerous exhibitions and lectures behind her, and many articles and photography awards to her name. We’ve managed to snag a moment with her for an interview. You’ll learn how to take unusual pictures in your travels, how to approach different cultural customs, what it’s like to eat breakfast in Italy one day and explore secluded places in Africa, and more.
Solo exhibitions are the dream of almost every photographer. However, there’s a lot of hard work to be done before you can throw that fancy opening party! Putting together an artistic project like this takes much more time than you’d think. Let’s take a look together at the difficulties you might run into when setting up a photo project—and at some things that you shouldn’t forget when planning it.
No matter where you’ll be heading for this year’s vacation, we’re sure you’ll be taking your camera. But you definitely don’t just want to bring back the same boring vacation snapshots as everyone else. We’ve got some useful advice and tips for you on how to immortalize your experiences in an original way.
Every photographer will have zoom and portrait lenses in their kit. But sometimes it pays to take yet another point of view. A fisheye lens is one way to do that. In this review, we’ll take a look at the Nikon 10.5mm f/2.8, a truly fascinating lens that was lent to us by Foto Škoda.
If there’s wedding photography in store for you this year, then you’ve certainly already planned out the gear you’ll be taking, and you’ve met the newlyweds-to-be. But despite all this, there are several wedding situations that are key for photographers to keep in mind and be able to deal with… or make sure to create. Take a look at seven key wedding situations that you won’t find on any wedding program.
Pictures that make use of colored smoke are very popular at the moment. And it’s no wonder! Colored smoke produces an impressive atmosphere that will keep people’s eyes glued to your photos. And how about trying fire in your photography? No matter whether you’re a photographer or a model, try something new and get some smoke and flames involved in your shoots. We’ll show you how.
Experienced wedding photographers don’t just carry photo gear. They also bring lots of practical gadgets that make their work easier and help them to handle tough situations. But what’s more, their heads are stuffed with tips that can make your first wedding shoot a whole lot easier! We’ve asked for these and compiled a list of things it pays to pack for every wedding shoot.
Here’s the next part in our series on working in ZPS X. This time we’re staying in the Develop module because the last article only included a fraction of what this module has to offer. In this part, we’ll mainly go through the various methods for editing just part of a picture.
We all have a favorite photo style or a dream photo. And for many photographers, that’s a window-blind portrait. But there’s one little problem. Sometimes when you’re getting ready to take this kind of photo, the weather suddenly just isn’t cooperating. Got everything ready, but the sun just won’t shine the way you need? We know a way around that. Create a dark-stripes setup in your own home or studio. It’s very easy!