10 LIGHTROOM tips you SHOULD KNOW!

(upbeat music) – Whenever I buy a new lock, keys, don’t need those, I try to see if I can pick it to see how, you know, how strong a lock is. Now, this is a level five Master Lock that’s supposed to be, you know, middle of the road. So throw my tension rod…

How to Photograph Wildlife | Digital Cameras

Another question we get at Popular Photography Magazine is how to take great wildlife photographs. And obviously with great wildlife photographs the key is great locations where there is great wildlife. You can always go to your local zoo and get some great wildlife photographs there. If you’re gonna do that or if you’re going…

4 Time-Lapse Photography Tips | Digital Cameras

Time-lapse photography is very similar in context to stop-motion photography except for a couple major differences. Time-lapse is generally longer time intervals, whereas stop-action is generally a little bit quicker. An example of good time-lapse might be setting your camera to shoot every minute for six hours while the sun rises, or while a busy…

Boudoir Q&A: How To Make Clients Feel Comfortable, Raising Your Prices and How to Stay Motivated

– All right you guys, I’m leaving for the airport in like 15-ish minutes. (Lo-fi music) Welcome to Q&A, Italy Edition. I thought I would answer some questions on my recent trip. There were so many questions, and there’s no way I can get through all of them, but let’s answer some of the most…

3 Tips for Long Exposure Photography | Digital Cameras

A really popular form of photography is long exposure photography, which is really great for night scenes, for just kind of pulling out detail that the normal eye, your physical eye wouldn’t ordinarily see. This is something that you’re going to need a tripod for if you want to attempt. Here’s an example of one…