Adorama Photography TV Presents Photo on the Go with Joe McNally. In this episode, Joe demonstrates how to capture a portrait by lighting two surfaces with one light.
Adorama TV presents Take and Make Great Photography with Gavin Hoey.
The polarizing filter is possibly one of the most useful things you can own as a photographer. In this video Gavin Hoey shows you how to use a circular polarizing filter to create amazing colors in clear plastic objects.
Then follow Gavin in to Photoshop where he combines the best parts of two images before adding a custom made retro texture to the final image
Download the custom texture.
This is one of those neat tricks that can inspire creativity – especially good for a rainy day. After watching the video, I thought I'd try the technique with my own tape. :-)
Adorama TV Presents Photo on the Go with Joe McNally.
In this episode, Joe demonstrates the powerful effect of using one large light source for a studio portrait. By carefully placing the model near the edge of a Elinchrom Octa Light Bank 74", Joe creates a ravishing image.
Adorama Photography TV Presents Photo on the Go with Joe McNally. In this episode, Joe deconstructs the lighting setup for an open, clean studio portrait.
Joe explains how to imply motion using a constant light source mixed with flash to produce a captivating portrait.
Adorama Photography TV Presents Photo on the Go with Joe McNally. In this episode, Joe takes us on a location shoot in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
In this exclusive episode of Photo on the Go, shot exclusively for AdoramaTV, join Joe McNally as he deconstructs his lighting setup and relays some strategies on how to deal with bright sunlight when shooting an outdoor portrait, and also shows how using a Hoodman Loupe aids in seeing your LCD display in bright sunlight.
T-D-P.com Note: When using large light modifiers in windy environments, be sure to use plenty of sandbags to keep your light stands from toppling over.
July 18, 2013 - Ever heard of Parkour? It's an athletic discipline that has one of Joe McNally's friends literally climbing the wall. Joe shows how he shot and lit the action.
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Learn how to light up a portrait subject in open shade using a very basic lighting setup.
In this episode of Photo on the Go, shot exclusively for AdoramaTV, Joe McNally deconstructs the lighting setup of a location shoot at a coal mine in Sydney, Australia. When taking a photo in bright sunlight, open shade can be your best friend. Joe explains how he was able to capture a portrait in bright sunlight by using a single small light and finding open shade.
Lightroom 5 has just arrived! Find out why Mark Wallace is stoked about its new features.
In this episode of Exploring Photography, shot exclusively for AdoramaTV, Mark Wallace shares his favorite features of the new Adobe Photoshop Lightroom V5, which was just released and is available now at Adorama. He'll talk about the Upright tool, Radial Gradients and his absolute favorite new feature - the healing brush. See why he says that last feature alone is worth the price of admission! Is there still any reason to own full Photoshop?
Apply a guerilla filmmaking approach to on-location photography: Keeping it simple. Don't forget your paint pole!
In this eposiode of Photo on the Go, shot exclusively for AdoramaTV, Joe McNally describes how he was able to capture a dramatic scene in a remote setting while staying mobile and with a great light source.
Note: I [Sean] have been using the Shur-Line Painter's Pole with a Kacey Pole Adapter for several years. If you have some assistance, it can really make "run-and-gun" off-camera lighting much easier.
Even if you've been shooting for several years, there's a good chance you may never have worked in a studio environment. This AdoramaTV video by Mark Wallace highlights ten things you should know when working in a studio environment.
Be sure to watch the video all the way to the end to see some humorous outtakes.
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Mark Wallace from AdoramaTV has published a new video, "Paint White Seamless Paper With Light For Stunning Studio Photography Backgrounds."
In the video, Mark demonstrates how to use studio lights, gobos and grids to create a "film noir" scene using white seamless paper as the backdrop.
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