Federico Torres talks about cinematography in a documentary.

I always shot films in languages i know, in the beginning the idea of shooting this film, this documentary, in a language that I didn’t know, and that unfortunately I still don’t know, would worry me. It’s strange that a cinematographer talks about a film starting with the words, with the language, but my approach…

How to Take Pictures in Shadow

How to Take Pictures in Shadow. Frustrated by tricky shadows and softer light? These steps make shooting in the shade a breeze. You will need A camera Subject in the shade or shadow and a tripod. Step 1. Identify a subject. Step 2. Pick up your camera and for digital camera users, select the lowest…

Light Meter Basics: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace

Hi everybody and welcome to another episode of Exploring Photography right here on an AdaromaTV. I am Mark Wallace and we are dedicating a few episodes of Exploring Photography to basic studio lighting techniques. In this episode I’m going to show you how to use a light meter. Now last episode we talked about something…

Portrait Photography Assistant Training Tutorial

Welcome to Portraits In The Park Portrait Photography Assistant Training The key to a successful Portraits In The Park Photography session is shaping with light, expressions and posing shaping with light, expressions and posing A good photographers assistant is essential to A good photographers assistant is essential to achieve a high ratio of stunning photos…

Alternative Photography with John Michael and Dalisa Cooper: The reDefine Show with Tamara Lackey

Hi I’m Tamara Lackey, on this episode of reDefine show for AdoramaTV I speak with John Michael and Dalisa Cooper of ‘Alt F’ Photography about the evolution of their anti-style and how trend setting their work has been. Check it out! Hi John and Dalisa, how are you? Thanks for coming here to Chapel Hill.…

Off-Camera Flash Tutorial (Wireless Flash/Remote Flash/PocketWizard)

Hi, I’m Tony Northrup and for chapters 3 and 6 of my book I want to tell you about using a remote flash. By taking your external flash off camera you can get studio lighting effects on the cheap. So you’ll need a little bit of extra equipment, the cheapest way to get into it…

How To Make DIY Camera That Can See Near-infrared | DIY IR Camera

Hi, guys, welcome to electrical projects channel. You probably didn’t know, but all cameras have built-in infra-red filter inside it, such filter doesn’t allow infra-red light hit the sensor, And if you remove such filter the camera will start to see very interesting stuff that previously it would not be able to see. This piece…

Photography Lighting Techniques : Lighting for Digital Photography

Hello, Mark Bowers from Bowers Photography, bowersphotography.com. I’m in Utah. We’re here to talk about difference, or digital photography and the difference between digital photography and film. The biggest difference is more precise and many times we use a precise meter to get the light a little bit closer than with film. Film had a…

Glamor Shots: Umbrella Lights – Filmmaking & Cinematography Tutorial 10

Hi. Welcome to another filmmaking tutorial. My name is Tom Antos. And today I’m going to talk about umbrella lights and their use in fashion, glamor photography and music videos. Here’s an example that we’re going to be working on. This is the original scene. And we’re going to turn this into this shot. This…

Photography Tips for Whale Watching Pt2

Hello again people, and welcome to part two, this little miny were i got the opportunity of a lifetime to go on photograph something I’d always dreamt of photographing, here in part 2 we’re going to see what happens on the actual shoot when the light came right, something’s i had to think about and…