Photography School: Hallmark’s Year-End Portfolio Review 2012

At no time during the Hallmark Institute of Photography’s 10 month intensive training program is the Hallmark tagline “where talent technology and passion meet” more appropriate and evident than at the Year-End portfolio process. Throughout the year the students have been working with the very best equipment, in Hallmark’s unparalleled facility with the most talented…

Zero Budget Camera Slider | Dank Photography

Tired of shitty handheld shaky camera shots? Wanna up your production value but can’t afford a camera slider to do so? Introducing F…. Introducing, the towel slider. uhhh, the towel camera slider…all you need is a fricken towel and your camera. Just place your towel on something nice and smooth like a nice smooth table…

Best DSLR 2018: Find the ultimate camera for you – MEGAPIXEL

Best DSLR 2018 Find the ultimate camera for you; 1. Nikon D850: Best professional full-frame DSLR. Pros: Sensor resolves exceptionally fine detail. Super-fast autofocus and silent shooting in Live View. Inherits AF toggle from D500 for fast AF point positioning. Impressive battery life with EN-EL15a battery. Cons: Lacks on-chip phase detection AF in Live View.…

Camera Lens Holder – GoWing Lens Flipper Review by Barry Callister Photography

Are you looking for a way to handle all of this? We’ll check this out Hi there, Barry Callister for Barry Callister Photography giving you hints, tips, and tricks for better nature photography. Welcome to my channel. Here on this channel I do gear reviews, camera tutorials, Lightroom and Photoshop tutorials, and so much more…

Medium Format Digital vs. 35mm DSLR Cameras – Which is better?

Hello guys Josh Geiger here. Product photographer from Atlanta and instructor at photigy.com. Today we’re going to talk about two types of cameras, 35 millimeter DSLR and medium format DSLR I like most of you started out on a 35-millimeter system and its really all we’ll ever need for the majority of our work but…

How to blur the background in portraits – basic DSLR photography tips

Hi, this is Tom Greenwood from sydneyportraits.com.au. Now in this clip we’re looking at how to create that lovely blurred effect in the background of your portraits. There are four main factors affecting the amount of blur you create in the background of your shots. The first is the aperture that you use, the second…

Canon 1300D Best video settings | Rebel T6. Shoot movies with the #1300D – Youtube

Hello in this video I’m going to give you the best settings to shoot movies with the Canon 1300D or Rebel T6. The Canon 1300D or Rebel T6 is an excellent camera for shooting both stills and movies and in this video I’m going to give you the best settings to shoot movies. In order…

Star Trails Easy Astrophotography! Startrails Software

Hello my name is Doug Hubbell and welcome to astrophotography tutorials. Tonight I’m going to show you how to take star trails. Star Trails you’ve seen these all before where they show the North Pole and you see the circle of stars rotating around it. Well this software “startrails” is very easy to use and…

Photojournalism with Ami Vitale: The reDefine Show with Tamara Lackey

Hi I’m Tamara Lackey, in this episode of redefine show for AdoramaTV, I sit down with Amy Vitale at PBE in New York City National Geographic magazine photographer, photojournalist, fellow Nikon ambassador, we talk about her extraordinary career in general and her defining work with pandas specifically, so adorable, check it out. Hi Ami. Hi.…