Wednesday, June 8, 2011
Add the Andy Warhol Pop Art Effect to Photos the Easy Way: "Andy Warhol is considered by many to be the greatest artist in history. His pop art paintings were realistic, vivid, and detailed, while remaining simplistic at the same time. Luckily for us, we can recapture the pop art effect, made famous by Warhol, quickly and easily with digital photo editors."
Posted by steve at 1:18 PM
Lensbaby Lenses Guide – PictureCorrect: "Right this minute there is a DSLR camera gathering dust on a shelf. It was purchased this last year because the photographer wanted to step up from a compact to get better pictures. There was no disappointment, the pictures that the photographer takes are better"
Posted by steve at 1:09 PM
Understand Flash Sync Speed so You Don’t Sink Your Photo Shoot: "Several years ago I borrowed my piano teacher’s grande piano and her lovely home for a portrait shoot of an up-and-coming pianist. As I set up my studio strobe lights for the shoot I was inspired by Arnold Newman’s iconic photo of Igor Stravinsky that I had recently seen at a gallery. I wanted to use the piano as a design element, just like Newman did."
Posted by steve at 8:27 AM
Learn How to Make HDR Images in Photoshop or GIMP With a Simple Trick - How-To Geek: "HDR tone mapping is everywhere these days; it’s sort of like Auto-Tuning equivalent of photography. Want to create High Dynamic Range images without the “HDR” look? Open up Photoshop or GIMP, and get ready to hack some images!"
Posted by steve at 8:21 AM
BetterPhotoJim: Get More Creative with Your DSLR Lenses!: "Are you pushing your lenses to their creative limits? Lens focal length has more of an impact on artistic design than you might imagine. While zooming is always an important part of composing a scene, it's not the only approach."
Posted by steve at 8:17 AM