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Les photos que j'aime faire... (et autres réflexions en vrac) - Chaque photographe, devrait se demander un jour ou l’autre : quel est le type de photographie qu’il préfère réaliser… S’interroger un peu et prendre du recule par rapport a sa pratique photo, ou à sa passion (maladive) pour l’achat de matériel : tout ça n’est jamais du temps perdu.

Les photos que j'aime faire... (et autres réflexions en vrac) -

Voici donc en ce dimanche soir : quelques idées et réflexions, un peu en vrac… Personnellement ce que je préfère, c’est la photo de rue et de voyage… J’aime réaliser des photos qui font « imaginer » des choses. Je n’aime pas forcément les photos qui immédiatement « décrivent tout » ce qu’il y a à voir dans une scène ; mais plutôt les images qui vous laissent vous « représenter » ce que vous voulez… Ce qui se passe au-delà du coin de la rue. Des images qui ne décrivent pas ; mais qui « invitent » à imaginer. A propos : Composition : recherchez la simplicité. Simple Tips for Taking Better Indoor Portraits Without Buying More Gear. Chris Niccolls and Jordan Drake over at DPReview TV have put together a helpful (and timely) primer that shows you how to take better indoor portraits using only natural light, and without needing to buy any additional photography gear.

Simple Tips for Taking Better Indoor Portraits Without Buying More Gear

If you’re already a professional or advanced amateur, these tips won’t apply to you. Not only have you already (hopefully) mastered natural light photography, but you probably own all the gear you need to create your own light as well. No, the tips here are for beginners and enthusiasts who want to up their indoor photography game without ordering reflectors, LED lights, or flashes in order to make it happen. To that end, Niccolls covers some really helpful tips and topics, including: Check out the full video above to dive into each of the bullet points above in more detail, with plenty of sample photos for inspiration.

If you’re already a professional or advanced amateur, these tips won’t apply to you. Lightroom Keyword Hacks: Making the Most of Your Keywords. Confession time.

Lightroom Keyword Hacks: Making the Most of Your Keywords

I hate keywording my photos. I’d rather be cutting the front lawn with a pair of scissors or ironing wallpaper. But about the 10th time it took me an hour or more to find photo, one that I knew was in my Lightroom catalog somewhere, I had to do something about keywording. The point of keywords is to make my photos searchable—both for me and for those looking online. Keywords are particularly essential for stock photographers. Keywording is supposed to save me time. Is Back-Button Focus Becoming an Outdated Photography Technique? Lightroom Keyword Hacks: Making the Most of Your Keywords. Lightroom Keyword Hacks: Making the Most of Your Keywords. 3 Things Most Photographers Get Wrong About Flash. In this video, we’ll talk you through 3 common misconceptions when it comes to flash.

3 Things Most Photographers Get Wrong About Flash

La synchronisation à haute vitesse HSS : qu'est-ce que c'est et pourquoi elle est nécessaire. Le flash est l’un des accessoires must have, en photographie.

La synchronisation à haute vitesse HSS : qu'est-ce que c'est et pourquoi elle est nécessaire

Simple Lightroom Trick Helps You Find Sensor Spots (or Anything Else) in Your Photos. Using Lightroom to remove spots caused by sensor dust is a pretty straight forward process: just click “Visualize Spots” and use the Spot Removal tool, right?

Simple Lightroom Trick Helps You Find Sensor Spots (or Anything Else) in Your Photos

Well, photographer Anthony Morganti thinks that he’s discovered a better way, and in the video above he shows you a “hidden” Lightroom trick that makes it easy to systematically search your images for sensor spots… or anything else for that matter. The key word above is “systematic.” The “trick” isn’t some sort of special hidden feature baked into Lightroom Classic, but a keyboard shortcut that allows you to zoom into your photo at 100% and search it, block by block, without missing or overlapping a single pixel.

It’s like an infinitely more optimal version of dragging your image around manually. Shot selected top 15 in the official Flic… Use Composition to Enhance Your Candid Photos. Composition doesn’t make a candid, but a good composition can enhance it.

Use Composition to Enhance Your Candid Photos

It can amplify what you feel about the subject matter or invoke a reaction all on its own. Today I’m going to share with you 5 tips on composition to enhance your candids. #1. Use a Dutch Angle The Dutch angle, also known as the Dutch tilt, canted angle, or oblique angle, is when the horizontal or vertical lines of an image are tilted. The Dutch angle is an effective tool for enhancing the candid feel of a moment but should be used sparingly. Fun fact: The Dutch angle coinage does not refer to Holland.

. #2. When it comes to photographic composition, framing is most often used to draw your eye in toward your subject. The Photographer's Ephemeris - Web App. Recommended Gifts for Photographers (2019) The Photographer's Ephemeris - Web App. Quelles Modes de prise de vue pour quelles Photos ? Lightroom 7.3 révolutionne les Profils d'étalonnage. How to Photograph the Moon - The Complete Guide. Article Details. Updated: February 28, 2019| Published: January 8, 2013 For years, Canon EOS cameras have offered photographers an option to change the way autofocus is activated.

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Often referred to by pros as “back-button AF,” this feature lets the user customize the camera so that focusing is performed by pressing a rear button with the photographer’s right thumb. The shutter button still wakes up the camera with a half-press, and fires the shutter with a full press downward. Lightroom Classic CC : nouveaux masques de gamme. BOKEH : utiliser la profondeur de champ pour faire du flou. Photography Life. Basics of the Histogram: From Foe to Friend. I Already Shot the Supermoon Today, But Here's How to Shoot it Tomorrow. 7 Essential Lightroom Tricks I Use Daily. Pulvérisateur de mots clés : Ma Pause Café avec Yves Chatain. Where to Focus in Landscape Photos and How to Shoot Sharper Shots.

How to Mask Anything in a Snap Using Lightroom's Auto Masking. Photographe – Blog Outdoor & Voyage. My Vlog — Nigel Danson. Blog — Nigel Danson. You have a D800 - so why on earth buy a Fuji X-series camera?

Blog — Nigel Danson

I hear you ask! This pretty much reflected my wife's thoughts. I had purchased a Fuji X100s about 3 years ago and it was awesome. I had been looking for a good fixed focus small camera that takes great photos and isn't the price of a Leica and when the x100s came out in Jan 2013 I got one. I loved the camera so much and it provided awesome quality photos in a pocket sized camera.

I was going to replace it with the Fuji X100T but then the X-T2 came out and I had a decision to make. Portfolio – Michel d'Oultremont. 5 Rules for Better Bird Photos, or: It's All About the Eyes. It’d be cliche to say that the eyes are the window to the soul, but they’re certainly the key to a compelling photograph.

5 Rules for Better Bird Photos, or: It's All About the Eyes

This is intuitive when photographing people and pets, but no less true for birds. It’s just that with small, fast-moving subjects, it takes more care and skill. Always aim to photograph an eye with a bird attached. When the eye is properly captured, the rest of the bird usually follows. This post lays out 5 rules for capturing a bird’s eye, and thus a beautiful, compelling bird photograph.

Rule #1: An eye should be visible and in the sharpest focus of the image. Photoshop Lightroom catalog FAQ. A catalog is a database that tracks the location of your photos and information about them. When you edit photos, rate them, add keywords to them, or do other things to photos in Lightroom, all those changes are stored in the catalog.

The photo files themselves are not touched. Note: Catalogs are different from collections. Collections are an organizational tool within a catalog. See Work with photo collections. When you start Lightroom the first time, it automatically creates an empty catalog file (for example, Lightroom 5 Catalog.lrcat) for you. How I Plan My Landscape Photos for the Highest Chances of Success. My name is Albert Dros, and I am a professional landscape photographer from the Netherlands. People often tell me that I am “in the right place at the right time.” But I obviously don’t post “failed” shoots. And not only that, I also spend a great deal of time planning my shots in order to make my chances of success as high as possible.

Tirage photo professionnel, grand format :, labo photo en ligne pour les professionnels. Test d'impression : les tirages FineArt de How to Sharpen Your Photos in Lightroom Without Going Too Far. Test Zeinberg : le nouveau format Mini Zeinberg. En 2015, nous avions découvert Zeinberg, le laboratoire photo de YellowKorner qui propose au grand public de faire tirer leurs propres photos dans les formats et la qualité galerie que l’on retrouve dans les boutiques YellowKorner. Deux ans après, Zeinberg lance un nouveau format, le Mini, qui intègre le savoir-faire et la qualité galerie Zeinberg dans un petit format abordable. How to Get Accurate Nikon Colors in Lightroom. Our readers often ask us if it is possible to get Lightroom to provide the same colors as one would see from camera-rendered JPEG files when shooting in RAW format. Unfortunately, as you might have noticed when importing files, Lightroom changes the colors immediately after import, when the embedded JPEG files are re-rendered using Adobe’s standard color profiles.

As a result, images might appear dull, lack contrast and have completely different colors. I have heard plenty of complaints on this issue for a while now, so I decided to post series of articles for each major manufacturer on how to obtain more accurate colors in Lightroom that resemble the image preview seen on the camera LCD when an image is captured. Moonlit Landscapes: A Tutorial. “The first time I made a photograph of a moonlit landscape, I literally said “wow” out loud. I couldn’t believe how much detail the moonlight brought out of the photograph.” In this tutorial, Tyler Sichelski walks through his process for shooting and processing surreal long exposure landscapes under the light of the Moon. Landscape photography is all about chasing the perfect light.

Most of us know of this time as “magic hour”; usually 1 hour after sunrise and 1 hour before sunset when the sun is low above the horizon, but sometimes we forget about the other light source in our sky: the Moon. Photographing under the light of the Moon can create dramatic, surreal landscapes that will set your photography apart from the rest. 22mm at f/4, ISO 800, 92 seconds. Color CC. Commercial. Régler la portée du réglage de netteté : Ma Pause Café avec Yves Chatain. Photoshop Tip: How to Make Eyes 'Pop' in 30 Seconds. How to use high speed flash sync. Eric Sander Photographe. Diviser par deux le poids d'un catalogue Lightroom -

Test des livres photo de Saal Digital. Leading Landscape Photographer and Tutor. Réparez la colorimétrie défaillante (?) de vos... Nikon - Stéphane Delckié Photographies. Laboratoire photo en ligne: tirage et impression photo sur aluminium Dibond, cadre, plexi, caisse américaine. Guide d'achat : les meilleurs trépieds de voyage. F/1.4 - À pleine ouverture - S03E04 - Comment traiter ses photos. Youtube : le must-watch de la photographie. Coogee - Des photos d'art pas comme les autres !

Bagues de conversion (step-up/down, inversion macro) Un GIF pour comprendre l'impact de la distance focale sur un portrait. Ted Gore. Fabien Gréban - Photographe animalier et de nature. NATUREPHOTOGRAPHIE – CREATIVE VISION. Photographier les fleurs pour mieux photographier les animaux. NATUREPHOTOGRAPHIE. 13 Photography Channels on YouTube You Should Follow. Les Others. Reikan announces major update to FoCal AF tuning software: Digital Photography Review. Canon Australia. How To Read and Understand a Histogram (Professional Photographer Magazine Web Exclusives) All NIKKOR Lenses for Digital SLR Cameras.

Nikon AE-L / AF-L Button. 3 Reasons Why You Should Switch To Back Button Focus. Nikon AE-L / AF-L Button. 500px ISO » Stunning Photography, Incredible Stories. Resource Travel brings you the world's most beautiful and inspiring photos, videos and stories. Two Mann Studios. Exposing to the Right Explained. Photography Tutorials and News by  SLR Lounge. Canon Explains Exposure.

The original DSLR camera simulator. Everything You Need to Know About Nikon AF Modes. The Invisible Black Backdrop - Photography Technique - Glyn Dewis. Joey L. - NYC-based Photographer and Director. Tirage photo et développement de photos numériques en ligne. London Wedding Photographer Paul Rogers. Journal. 9 règles de composition illustrées avec les photos de Steve McCurry. Blog. Nikkor 300 mm f/4E PF ED VR nouvelle arme absolue.

Post-Production Video Tutorial, Part One by David Noton. Best circular polarizer filter: 5 top models tested and rated. Home. MP #112 : Pourquoi le bouton AF-ON (mise au point arrière) va vous changer la vie. MP #110 : Comment réaliser facilement un effet Starburst sur vos photos. I AM YOUR STORY. Announcement Regarding the Nikon D600 Digital SLR Camera. Pour les utilisateurs du reflex Nikon D600 (mise à jour du 28/03/2014) HOME. Photo : comment vérifier les poussières sur un capteur de Reflex.

Crop Factor with ISO & Aperture: How Sony, Olympus, Panasonic, Canon, Nikon & Fuji Cheat You. DOF.