Wow. I typically have more to say in my first paragraph, but this camera blew me away and “wow” is one of the best ways to portray my first reactions. I was fortunate to test out the medium format Fujifilm GFX 50s for a week starting a few days before the new year.
In something of a followup to his explosive video “ Nobody Cares About Your Photography ,” the always inspirational Ted Forbes is tackling a question that we’ve all probably asked: What is “work that matters” and how do you make sure your photography measures up?
Kodak made what was probably the most popular (and unexpected) photography announcement of CES: the company is bringing back the beloved Ektachrome film stock . But Ektachrome might only be the beginning. According to Kodak CMO Steven Overman, Kodachrome might come back next!
“Everybody connects to this that all hope is not lost, that you can make a stand,”
During the month of November, each week they release a series of videos from day in portrait shooting. Together they cover Athletic Portraits, Strip Light Portraits, Window Light Portraits, and Environmental Portraits. These are just quick videos showing you the light set up and the final image. It’s more of an exploration of the complete process and detail of how and why the lightening is set up the way it is.
Joe McNally is one of the best in the industry using speedlights. One of my photography heroes.
Select all of your photos, make sure your active photo is the exposure you want, and then go to Setting > Match Total Exposures (or type Alt+Shift+Command+M). This will intelligently and automatically alter the exposures on all of the photos so they match the active photo.
This is a fantastic tip, especially if you shoot in Aperture priority mode.