Youth Sports Photography Tips: How to Pose Groups picturecorrect.com - One of the more challenging aspects of youth sports picture days is the proper posing of team photos. You could have perfect exposure, focus and composition but if the kids aren't posed properly the products will still look unprofessional. Like anything
10 Valuable Photography Studio Tips picturecorrect.com - Many photographers know how to use their camera and their lights, but not all will know the ins and outs of working in a studio. There are several little things to know that will save you time and create a safe environment to work in. So whether you're wo
Portrait Photography Photoshop Tutorial: Skin Retouching picturecorrect.com - One of the most fundamental and most utilized skills of retouching portrait images with Photoshop, is skin correction. Fine lines, discoloration, etc. are prominent, especially in closely framed shots, and they can make the subject feel insecure. The dile
The Benefits of Using a Tripod for Photography picturecorrect.com - Camera technology has advanced so much that just about anyone can take good photos. (Not necessarily great photos-that has more to do with composition, subject matter, effective use of light and shadow, etc.) However, if there's one item that helps in tak
Sunburned Photographs: An Experiment in Alternative Analog picturecorrect.com - There has been a very real struggle in recent years between the two dominant methods of photography: digital or film? Pixels or grain? Lightroom or the darkroom? In all the hubub, it's very easy to lose sight of what photography is at its most basic - the
How to Take Better Photos With Your EOS Camera picturecorrect.com - The marketing departments of the camera manufacturers would like you to believe that buying the latest versions of their digital cameras will make you a better photographer. That's not true. All you are doing is buying a better tool.
Don't Get Bogged Down in Photography Details, Get Out and Shoot picturecorrect.com - There's nothing like getting advice from a pro photographer; they often have an interesting way of putting things into perspective. In this interview with Marc Silber, sports photographer extraordinaire Chase Jarvis gives his take on creativity and how to
Expressing Color with High Speed Photos: Commercial Photography picturecorrect.com - Imagine having a vivid dream where you're floating in a sea of vibrant colors. Now imagine the Herculean task of capturing that dream within the frame of a real-world photograph. When Samsung asked photographer Chase Jarvis to put their Series 9 monitors
The Difference Between Incident and Spot Meters picturecorrect.com - Hand-held light meters may seem like old technology compared to our modern-day DSLRs, but they are still widely used by many photographers and most cinematographers. Light meters give an accurate reading of the surrounding light so that you can properly e
How to Photograph a Volcano picturecorrect.com - There aren't many things that Nature can cook up that will deter the determination and daring of human beings, but volcanoes certainly come close. Not often do we see close-ups of liquid red rock bubbling through the planet's fractured surface, but that i
LightSpin: A Unique Art Photography Experiment picturecorrect.com - Looking for something fresh and new in photography? Well look no further than Eric Paré's latest art photography experiment, LightSpin. This project combines the bullet time photography technique with light painting and contemporary dance.
Aerial Photography Tips: Patterns Are the Key picturecorrect.com - Aerial photographs offer a rogue view of the world that we don't often see. You could get fine aerial shots by using a ladder, bedroom window or riding in a hot air-balloon. But for Jason Hawkes, noted Aerial Photographer, the only way to go is in a helic
Ideas for Levitation Photography: Hadouken Style picturecorrect.com - Hadouken photography is a case of life imitating art - it's named after the “Street Fighter” video game series and aims to portray larger-than-life battling with a virtual aesthetic. Hadouken photography is shot using the levitation technique.