Photography is most beautiful talent, photographers use a lot of cameras for their photography, photography is profession of some people and some people like photography as a hobby, photographers get enjoyment of journey of different places around the world, photographers enjoy the nature of various areas of the world, and it’s not enough often photographers face very problems in their journey, photographers shot the wild animals like lions, crocodile and others wild animals, photographers use a special tool to retouch their photography photos, photographers mostly use Adobe Photoshop, because Photoshop has powerful and useful features that provide a easy way to retouch your photos, and now question is that how photographers retouch their photography photos, photographers use Photoshop tutorials to retouch their photography photos, Photoshop tutorials are very easy way to learn and know about Photoshop.
So, I am sharing with you a stunning collection of Photography Tutorials to make your photography photos perfect, you can enhance your photography skill using this photography tutorials collection, you can also get inspiration of photography from well-known photographers from this photography tutorials. Below you can see the striking collection of photography tutorials:
Depicting a Famous Painting as a Portrait Shoot
Have you ever looked at a painting or illustration and wondered, “how could I turn it into a photograph?” Well, in this article we’re going to do just that. We’ll study an illustration by J.C. Leyendecker and turn it into a photograph. For this shoot we’ll use pre-production, production, and post-production techniques you’d find in a major shoot.
Simplify and Challenge Your Creativity Using a Single Lens
In today’s tutorial, we’ll embark on a typical photo excursion, but we’ll be limiting ourselves by only using one lens. We’ll be forced to master all the characteristics of a wide angle lens in order to be productive.
Building and Using a Self-Contained Box Camera
In today’s tutorial, we’ll be taking an in-depth look a box camera. Box camera is a generic term for a primitive instant camera which uses photo paper to produce a negative and subsequently duplicate that negative to turn it into a final image. In short, it’s a camera with a darkroom built inside of it.
Four Facts About High ISOs
“What you need to know to get the most from today’s amazing high-ISO settings”
How to Flatter Your Subjects So They Come Back for More – Tuts+ Premium
We have another Photo Premium tutorial exclusively available to Premium members today. In this tutorial, we’ll take a look at how to make your models happy with how they look. Learn more after the jump!
How to Create Artificial Sunlight Through Trees with an Off-Camera Flash
For many of us who inhabit cloudier climes, getting the look of a sunny day, whilst the weather is stubbornly overcast can be a challenging problem. In this short video, British fashion photographer, Damien Lovegrove shows us how to recreate sunny Spain in a decidedly cloudy Manchester. To create the dappled sunlight look Damien uses a dingle, which is basically a small bush or branch with leaves on it.
Icy Portrait Photo for Magazine Cover
When shooting the cover for a recent issue of The Grid magazine, photographer, Finn O’Hara, was filmed for a behind the scenes look of a cover shoot. The entire video is about a minute and half long, but still manages to highlight a few steps in the process. Have a look here:
How to Shoot Shallow Depth-of-Field, Wide Angle Shots with the Brenizer Method – Tuts+ Premium
In this video, we’ll see an in-depth look at the Brenizer Method. The technique involves shooting multiple photos with a telephoto lens using a wide aperture. By shooting multiple photos of a scene, you can then stitch them together to create a wide angle image.
How to do Time-lapse Photography
There have been plenty of time lapse videos floating around the interwebs lately and it’s inspiring many photographers to give the medium a go. As with any photography, getting the lighting correct is crucial to the end result. Jay P. Morgan gives a walk through of the lighting setup he used when making a timelapse video:
New York Time-lapse Photography
Josh Owens is making a career out of making timelapse videos. His appropriately titled film, NYC, demonstrates to us the talent that makes the job choice feasible. Under the Mindrelic moniker,Owens has made a number of New York City based timelapses. Have a look at NYC here:
Skywalking Photography Techniques in Russia
The trend, known as planking, spread like fire across countless meme sites and included photos of people planking from all walks of life. Russians are now taking the trend to the next level as they have recently started an alarming new fad called skywalking.
Completing a Newborn Baby Portrait Session on a Beach
As the title explains, this tutorial aims to give direction on how best to photograph a newborn on the beach. Many variables come into play mainly because you have a newborn baby to deal with! Of all subjects to work with, a newborn baby has to be the most needy, thus potentially bringing the most stress on both you and the parents!
Missing Pages: Aperture and Shutter Priority
The Missing Pages column is a collection of all of the information that should have been included in your camera’s Owner’s Manual—but somehow got left out. This is a hybrid assortment of short articles that delivers the know-how you need to derive the maximum enjoyment—and creative expression—from your equipment.
HDR Photography Tutorials
Surely, by now you’ve seen some samples of HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography, a processing technique that produces photos that are sharp and has very strong contrasting colors—so much that they look slightly surreal. Here are a few samples of HDR photography:
On Assignment: Mardi Gras Food
I was recently charged with obtaining photos for an editorial about Mardi Gras food. The turn-around was relatively quick, and required me to visit a variety of restaurants and bakeries to get the desired product. In today’s tutorial, we’ll take a look at the approach and the result of this guerrilla food shoot.
Free online digital photography tutorials
Looking for digital photography tutorials? The digital photography instruction on these pages are like having a photography expert at your side, helping you take better photos!
How To Make Your Own Portable Studio Lighting Rig
When faced with the dilemma of not being able to hold his camera and his off-camera flash, Jesse Rosten used a little bit of ingenuity to device what he jokingly calls the Strobist Jetpack. (Once you see the contraption, the name will make a lot more sense!) He used a frame pack that he picked up at a yard sale, removed the backpack from it and and used a gobo head and a steel rod to attach apocket wizard wireless trigger and his strobe.
Light Painting on the Farm – Tuts+ Premium
In this series, professional photographer Simon Plant takes us through his light painting workshop. We’ll learn about gear, techniques, settings and prepping your images for a final edit. Check out the preview video for a better look at what we’ll learn.
Introduction to Composing with Light and Color
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to use different custom brushes to create stormy weather, save your masks to save your time, work with different adjustment layers, and make adjustments only on small parts of the image to achieve the exact result you want. Let’s get started!
Create Striking Photos with Good Color Contrast
Many photographers know how to use contrast to benefit their photos. Contrast makes photos eye catching and can even make the most basic looking photos look great. There are two types of contrast:
A Step-by-Step Guide on Planning and Completing a Personal Photography Project
We have another Photo Premium tutorial exclusively available to Premium members today. In this tutorial, we’ll give you look into create what is arguably the most reward thing a photographer can undertake. Learn more at the jump!
8 Tips for Shooting Landscapes with Horizons
Improve your landscape photography skills with these must-know tips for breathtaking landscape photos.
Image Effects for Better Message Communication
In this tutorial, we look at some of the styles or effects that photographers usually use on their images to give the final result a certain look and feel that better communicates the message hidden behind their shots. Learn more at the jump!
7 Tips for Great Photos in the Dark
Follow these seven helpful tips to improve your night photographs.
Professional Lighting in Model Photography
This article in a close look at a project I recently worked on. Together with Stylist Natalie Svikle, we teamed up to create an fashion story that will be based on the way french woman dress. We called it L’Affaire Parissienne.
How to Photograph Someone on Fire
Setting someone on fire, may seem a little extreme just to get a photograph, but that is what photographer Benjamin Von Wong does in this video:
Street Photography Focus Tips
Hyper focal distance is a popular technique used mostly with rangefinder cameras. If you are using a Leica or Contax manual focus rangefinder – you’ll find the lenses marked and easy to read the hyper focal distance.
10 Tips for Making Natural Light Portraits
Learning to use light effectively is essential for all photographers, there is no substitute for understanding how light works and appreciating how to use it to your advantage within your work. For portraits, I always prefer to use natural light, even if I am indoors. Working with natural light isn’t all easy sailing, there are plenty of aspects that need to be understood in order to avoid making mistakes.
Digital Photography tutorial
Digital Photography has truly revolutionized photography in many ways but it’s more of a practical revolution than anything else. The basics of photography largely remains unchanged.
Great Photography by Dave Hill + Quick Tutorial
When I take pictures, I usually adjust them in Photoshop, giving colors some life, working in contrast, applying some color curves. Dave Hill is a great photographer who’s developed a great effect for his pictures.