There are many lighting options that you can use when taking portraits. Lighting “Rembrandt” and “Butterfly” are two classic schemes that are easy to configure and give excellent results in most cases. Of course, you can try to create a fantastic portfolio using always the same lighting scheme, but it is always useful to pump your skills in working with light and learn to use different lighting models in portrait photography at any time.
Understanding wide and short lighting in photography
Wide and short lighting are often combined due to the similarity of implementation and description, however, they have a completely different effect on the subject
The article will introduce you to the wide and short light and explain when and why to use them, and Continue reading
Do you know how to take clear photos without using a tripod? Many get blurry images, often associated with camera shake when you release the shutter. Unfortunately, this can occur due to improper hand position on the camera, and from shutter vibrations, which can cause serious difficulties or even become an insoluble problem.
What is the opposite rule in photography?
This article will discuss the most common cause of camera shake: shutter speed is lower than that allowed when manually holding the camera. Photographer Nazim Mansurov explains in simple words the empirical inverse rule, which can significantly increase the chances of taking clear photos if you don’t have Continue reading
Looking for product snapshots for an online store, but no professional camera? Your phone is all you need, as well as simple tips for grocery photography on your smartphone shared by photographer Chad Verzosa.
Perfect food photo on smartphone
Mount the phone on a tripod
A tripod allows the phone to maintain its position. The constant height and angle for your shots will make product photos neat and professional. Continue reading