Digital Photography School - Digital Photography Tips and Tutorials. Tilt-Shift Photography Photoshop Tutorial. This tutorial will walk you through how to create a tilt-shift image in Photoshop. It has been produced using Photoshop CS2 on a PC. Once you finish your tilt-shift image, make sure you upload your image for everyone to see. You should also check our our gear page to find all of the latest gear you need to create tilt-shift images.
Gear PageSubmit Your Images Step 1: Photo Selection When choosing a photograph for the tilt-shift effect, bear in mind that you want to give the impression of a miniature model. How to Create Tilt-Shift in Photoshop. There's something about tiny things that is just inherently fascinating.
Tilt-shift photography is a great example of how making large, real-life objects look miniature can create beautiful art. Miniature Effect With Tilt-Shift In Photoshop CS6. Written by Steve Patterson.
In this Photo Effects tutorial, we’ll learn how to create a miniature effect in Photoshop CS6 using its brand new Tilt-Shift blur filter. Tilt-shift camera lenses are often used with architecture photography to prevent perspective distortion, or with landscape or product photos to control the plane of focus, but they can also be used to make real life scenes look more like tiny miniature sets, transforming full size people, cars, buildings and so on into little mini versions of themselves. It works by creating a shallow depth of field, the kind you’d expect to see with macro photography, so your real life photo ends up looking more like a miniature scene shot up close with a macro lens. This effect works best with a photo taken from high overhead and looking down on your subject at an angle. You’ll also want a photo where everything is initially in focus, since we’re going to adjust the depth of field ourselves. The original image. The final result. Archivos, fondos, colecciones.
13 Simples Consejos Para Fotografiar la Luna. BIMESTRAL revista de Fotografía דו חודשי מגזין צילום. How to Photograph the Moon (With 10 Great Examples) For centuries the moon as captivated people, given direction and provided hours of enjoyment and wonderment.
Being the brightest object in the night sky, it’s something photographers of all levels can shoot, however it does take planning and preparation to accomplish. The moon is bright, but it isn’t bright enough to simply snap a photo. It is an object that’s lit with sunlight, so nearly every aspect of preparing the shot is the same. To achieve a nicely exposed photo, one where the moon doesn’t appear flat nor like an out of place object.
How To Take Stunning Pictures Of The (Super) Moon. The moon is beautiful to look at, but it sure can be challenging to photograph.
Here is what you need to know to get the best possible pictures of the moon. Watch my video presentation, or read the article below. Start Off With The Right Equipment. Federico Gama : Mazahuacholoskatopunk. Reframing Photography. Duane Michals at PACE MACGILL gallery Duane Michals’s audio lecture “Photography & Reality” at the International Center of Photography, February 11, 1987.
Duane Michals, Kodak Legends Online, Photo District News Gallery Duane Michals at Joseph Bellows Gallery Duane Michals, Things Are Queer, 1973 Duane Michals, Things are Queer. 1973. Ofra Lapid's Broken Houses. Process in art has always been a discussion, whether or not its an interesting discussion is a different story.
Ofra Lapid has a fascinating process behind her series Broken Houses. The series focuses on structures that have been neglected by their human counterparts and have fallen victim to weather and decay. The work reminds us of Kevin Cyr's work of documentation and reconstruction of a local environment. Lapid began while pursuing an amateur photographer via the Internet.
Christoph SIllem's "A World Around Disney" Wandering through Christoph Sillem's photographic series A World Around Disney is like wandering through a Disney cartoon.
However, SIllem's photographs are not representing any kind of stage set. Sillem has discovered the community of Val d'Europe. This surreal housing complex is the one that surrounds Disneyland, Paris, a large scale neighborhood erected to accommodate the employees of the nearby destination. Food as Everyday Objects by Dan Cretu. Work by Thomas Demand. Although Thomas Demand's works are presented as photographs, he is not a photographer in a traditional sense.
Rather he is a conceptual artist utilizing the photographic process within the framework of his productions. Known for elaborately crafting life size scenes out of cardboard and paper that appear to be photographs of an actual space, Demand's works create layers of fiction and illusion. The original sets are never presented. All that remains on view is a flattened image produced by a large format camera. The resulting photographs embalm the fictional space, clouding the viewer's ability to decipher reality from the artist's invention.
Enjoy some of Demand's selected works here that provide you with the photographs of the illusions. You Are Not Banksy, Part 2, by Nick Stern. Photographer Nick Stern has had a bit of fun with his You Are Not Banksy series where he recreates some of the most famed stencils from the Bristol-born artist into staged photography.
We posted about the series last month, and now Stern has updated his series with new photographs and scenes. Something to enjoy on your Tuesday web browsing. (via. Preview: Craola by Ransom & Mitchell for Smoke & Mirrors @ Varnish, SF. Stacey Ransom & Jason Mitchell’s highly anticipated debut solo show of photo illustration tableaus and portraiture opens at at Varnish Fine Art in San Francisco, Saturday, Sept. 8th.
Mitchell, a director-photographer, and Ransom, a set designer and photo-illustrator, create highly-detailed and visually-lush photo illustrations.The duo, who shot Robert Bowen's portrait in our August 2012 issue, sent us an exclusive portrait preview of their work with Greg "Craola" Simkins. They also sent us behind the scenes looks at their shoots with both Craola and Scott Musgrove. All shots of the behind the scenes looks by Shaun Roberts. Their work is narrative in nature and draws upon the darker undercurrent that exists within all aspects of society. Digital Photography Tips: Digital Photography School. Aprende a usar tu cámara con nuestros consejos y tutoriales. Somos una comunidad hispana de fotógrafos de nivel básico, intermedio y avanzado que nos unimos para aprender, compartir y desarrollar nuestro conocimiento en el cam.
04/01/2014 Por Salvador Alicea | La oportunidad a la reflexión es lo más importante que nos ofrece el fin del año y la Navidad. Me refiero a una reflexión dentro de un marco positivo, dirigiendo nuestro enfoque y atención a todo lo bueno que nos ha ocurrido durante el 2013, recordando los mejores momentos que pasamos y compartimos con nuestros seres queridos, con todos ellos, los que nos sobreviven y los que no. Además de celebrar, invertir tiempo con tus seres queridos, descansar debemos planificar un mejor 2104 tanto en el aspecto personal como el de fotógrafo.
Es por eso que te incluyo 13 maneras sencillas para hacer mejor fotografía este año. Express Editor. Fotografía analógica y digital: las cámaras de fotos. Técnicamente, la fotografía consiste en captar de forma permamente una imagen, gracias a la luz que reflejan los objetos. Esta luz entra en la cámara a través del objetivo.
10 frases de fotografía para reflexionar. La fotografía no solo es presionar un botón y que la cámara capture lo que ves en el visor (o la pantalla), la fotografía es mas que eso. Buscamos inspiración en muchos lado como películas, revistas, libros, música, o fotógrafos. Es por ello que comparto 10 frases de grandes fotógrafos para reflexionar y consideres la próxima vez que presiones el disparador de tu cámara: