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Gabriel García Márquez y la fotografía Ayer nos enteramos de una de las noticias más tristes para los amantes de la literatura, de las buenas letras: ha muerto Gabriel García Márquez, uno de los autores que más me ha hecho soñar mientras pasaba las páginas de sus libros. Es autor de uno de los libros fundamentales de la literatura universal: Cien años de soledad, o la historia de los Buendía. Y aunque algunos piensan que la fotografía no tiene mucho que ver con el escritor colombiano, tiene mucho, como podéis descubrir en las siguientes líneas del artículo. Cien años de soledad es uno de los libros que... Pensar en fotografía

DIY $30 Ego Light/Tabletop SoftBox DIY $30 Ego Light/Tabletop SoftBox Being that we are living on a rather constrained budget, spending oodles of money on lighting equipment just isn’t in the cards for me. So what people like myself do when they find themselves in the throes of passion for their new hobby is figure out a way to build what you need yourself. After wailing over the prices of soft boxes and especially the Lowel EGO Light Unit for tabletop photography, my wonderful wife found a couple of websites that had DIY solutions. The one that inspired me the most was this one by Bob Deutscher.

The Ultimate Guide to Time-Lapse Photography Boy, are we excited. We’ve spent every waking moment these last months cooped up in the Photojojo Labs, working tirelessly on what can only be our greatest experiment ever. We’ve finally done it. We’ve found the key to… Time Travel. Worth1000 Home Welcome fans of If you're looking for Worth's amazing creative content, then you've rocked up to the right place! Just in case you missed the news, is now part of - and we've preserved all the amazing Worth1000 content here so you can search the archives to find old favorites and new contest art. 101 DIY Lighting Tutorials Good lighting is one of the most important aspects of any professional production. Unfortunately your budget may not allow for all the expensive equipment required for that perfect look. With that in mind, we created this list of over 100 DIY (“Do It Yourself”) lighting tutorials. As always, whenever you are dealing with electricity and heat safety always comes first.

Christian Saint Photography misskaciemarie: I'm a big fan of your work, I'd love to work together XoXo misskaciemarie. com Thank you Kacie Marie. I only do commercial shoots but I will definitely keep you in mind for anything appropriate. 12 Essential Photoshop Skills Every Photographer Should Know (With Video) “…If you’re saying in your head, ‘Oh, I’ll just fix that later in Photoshop,” stop what you’re doing and slap yourself as hard as you can.” –Zack Arias If you’ve been reading my stuff for a while, you know that I’m a huge proponent of getting it right in the camera. Exposure, lighting, composition– all of it. As I tell my students, Photoshop is a tool, not a crutch.

DIY Spiderlight.... SOFTBOX ! Last week I posted a DIY article on building a DIY Spiderlight. If you haven't seen it here it is: I finally had some time to complete the softbox that was meant to go along this light fixture.Here's what it looks like (without the diffuser panel): I am so happy. The whole thing is very lightweight and also really strong.

50 Great Photographers You Should Know (with portfolios) Lots of wonderful things happen around us all the time; being able to see is easy, but being able to capture that very moment is probably the hardest part. A good photo comprise of many things, not only you must hit the shutter at the right time and moment, the perspective, composition and color coordination plays a big role too. Being a good photographer is not easy, let alone getting to that professional level. This weekend, we want you introduce you some of the greatest photographers around the globe and their awesome portfolios.

Camera Exposure: Aperture, ISO &Shutter Speed A photograph's exposure determines how light or dark an image will appear when it's been captured by your camera. Believe it or not, this is determined by just three camera settings: aperture, ISO and shutter speed (the "exposure triangle"). Mastering their use is an essential part of developing an intuition for photography. Achieving the correct exposure is a lot like collecting rain in a bucket. While the rate of rainfall is uncontrollable, three factors remain under your control: the bucket's width, the duration you leave it in the rain, and the quantity of rain you want to collect. You just need to ensure you don't collect too little ("underexposed"), but that you also don't collect too much ("overexposed").