Photography Tips Blog
What aperture is the best for jewelry photography and why: science of the diffraction Expert’s Test: How aperture settings affect the quality of the image Diffraction is something that affects all of us in photography.
Making of “Winter Fruit Bowl” – Food Photography Behind The Scene Hello, my name is Suzanne Hambleton, a photographer from Sacramento, California. I studied photography at my local community college in order to capture better images of my daughter and her soccer team
4 Most Effective Solutions for Tabletop Photographers Placing a still life subject on the table is the most common way to secure it for photography. There are many options on what to use for a product placement, and in the video below I want to share
The best way to do a focus stacking: Macro Focusing Rails vs Focus Variation This tutorial is about how to obtain a large depth-of-field using focus stacking. The main question is: Is it better to use a macro rail or is it better to vary the focus of the lens?
Canon News Preview: 5Ds, 5Ds R, 750D and EF 11-40 f4L lenses releases Canon News PreviewCheck out what Vadim Chiline, professional commercial photographer specializing in luxury products has to say about the features of Canon’s newly released cameras and lenses.
Invisible/Ghost Mannequin Photography Tutorials Invisible/Ghost Mannequin Photography The online fashion industry is one of the biggest growth sectors in the world.
What is the most useful thing for a studio photographer? What is the most important tool for a still life studio photographer? What is the critical part that makes a great image, beside an obvious camera, lens, and lighting?
Making of “BOSS Orange” – Product Photography Behind The Scene I am Ian Knaggs. An Engineer by trade working in the Aerospace industry and have a passion for producing high quality still life and product images.
Easy trick to selectively change colors in Photoshop using hue/saturation This is a quick tutorial from Andrey Mikhaylov about an easy and quick way to selectively change colors in Photoshop.
The best way to use color gels in studio photography. Here is why… Color gels is a great tool to go creative in studio photography, and in this video I’ll show you how to get a gel for your softbox. Easy, non-expensive and effective.
Product Photography Behind The Scene: The making of ”Papo Seco” wine The complete BTS of creating a ”Papo Seco” wine bottles shot from Rui Bandeira It’s a honor to be published on Photigy, and I hope my behind the scene will help those of you who is interested
Splashing Roses Liquid Photography by Alex Koloskov, behind the scene Behind the Scenes of a High-Speed Liquid Shot Preparation for a splash/liquid shot Before any actual shooting began, we covered the studio with drop cloth.