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It’s a wild weekend here with a couple of professional wildlife photographers. We have two videos to share with you today, one from wildlife and nature photographer Morten Hilmer and another from Sony Artisan Colby Brown. First up is Hilmer, whose latest video is focused on how he became a photographer in general and a wildlife photographer in particular. Hilmer, and other pros, are very
At this year’s Photo Plus Expo, Sony Artisan and portrait photographer Miguel Quiles took to the Sony Stage to deliver a presentation on how to improve your portrait photography. In the video below, Quiles discusses his portrait techniques and guides us through some steps we can take to improve our own portraits. Quiles also discusses some of his favorite Sony G and G Master lenses for port
Sony Artisan of Imagery Chris Orwig has another new video for the Sony Alpha Universe YouTube channel, this time focusing on editing portraits in Adobe Lightroom. In the video below, Orwig shows us how to edit a portrait shot from start to finish within Lightroom Classic CC's Develop module. The shot Orwig edits was captured using a Sony A9 with an 85mm prime lens. In the video, Orwig first
In the world of KitchenAid mixers there’s something new and sleek. The company sent over its new KitchenAid Artisan Mini 3.5 quart mixer, and as someone who likes to get down in the kitchen, I must say I was hesitant. My older KitchenAid Classic mixer (full-sized) was strong and powerful, and the new model was compact - surely it couldn’t match up to what I already had right?
Like many of us, Sony Artisan Chris Orwig enjoys a good black and white image. As popular and common as black and white images are, there are a lot of different approaches and workflows for black and white conversions. You can use a wide array of software to achieve great monochrome images, but for many photographers using Lightroom, that photo editor should prove plenty capable. In the video b
Shooting backlit images is tricky, but the results can be great. However, to help you get great results, sometimes you need a little photo editing magic. In the video below, Sony Artisan Chris Orwig shows us how to utilize Lightroom and its Split Toning feature to create a very nice backlit image. For the curious, the image Chris is working on was captured with the Sony A9 camera and Sony 50mm
Portrait photographer and Sony Artisan Miguel Quiles has been a very busy man. He recently visited with Tony & Chelsea Northrup to offer portraiture tips for their viewers. He also produced a new video with Adorama about what he carries in his camera bag. In the first video below, Quiles delivers general portrait photography tips, including how to be a confident photographer and interact with
Being able to tell a story through your photography is very important and something that can be difficult to achieve. Professional photographer and Sony Artisan Me Ra Koh is at WPPI with Sony and gave a presentation about the four keys to storytelling portraits. The first key is "light." We know of the importance of light in photography, of course, but have you considered light to be a character
We've discussed the Sony RX0 before and gone hands-on with it at various Sony events. The RX0 essentially takes the guts from a Sony RX100 and puts them an in an ultra-compact waterproof/shockproof cube. The camera is designed to be used as part of an array to create incredible video footage. An example of the camera's prowess for video is shown off below in a new video, "ETHER," for Sony
Sony Artisan Miguel Quiles teamed up with Adorama TV to show how to build a three-light studio lighting setup for portraiture. While you don't need three lights to capture great portraits in a studio, three lights do offer a lot of flexibility and control. Every time you add a light, it can become more complicated. Quiles breaks down his setup piece by piece to help keep it simple. His main l is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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