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Todays episode answers two readers questions about re-editing images and going back and forth between JPEG and TIFFs Go to http://www. Read more

One of the questions we see in the comments often is how to get sharp images using a wide-aperture, especially when it comes to groups. Pye gives you five ... Read more In this episode, Mark Wallace explains the difference between an image that is blurry and one that is out of focus. Understanding the ... Read more

Join Emily Teague for 3 quick tips that will help you visualize and understand artificial lighting. Emily will discuss important fundamentals, show which shadows ... Read more

Creating eye-catching holiday imagery doesnt have to be complicated or expensive... you just need a fun idea! In this fashion shoot, I created a candy cane ... Read more

There are many ways you could light your subject on a location portrait shoot but they break down to essentially using just the ambient day light, bouncing extra ... Read more

In this video, Pye is teaching you 5 techniques to level up your street portrait photography using the gear you already own. Welcome to “Master Your Craft,” a ... Read more

Join Vanessa on a portrait photography family photoshoot for a beautiful family of four. See how she works with kids to keep the session light and fun and get ... Read more

Join me, Lindsay Adler, for an exciting Fashion Shoot in Times Square! Times Square is a bustling environment that can also be filled with visual distractions. Read more

In this video, Pye addresses the common misconception that flash doesnt look natural by teaching you how to manipulate flash to look natural or dramatic in just ... Read more

In this episode, Mark Wallace shows you his favorite trick for getting better portraits. Its simple; add a kicker light. Ideally, the kicker will be metered one stop less ... Read more

For episode 4 we headed to the depths of Brooklyn, to the graffiti lined streets of the Bushwick neighborhood. We asked Emily Teague to bring her commercial ... Read more Adorama Photography TV presents You Keep Shooting with Bryan Peterson. In this episode, Bryan talks about a technique for ... Read more

In this video, learn why umbrellas are one of the most inexpensive and resourceful light modifiers you can have on you. This may be an underrated item in your ... Read more

For this 9th episode of Street Studio, V-Flat World and Adorama dropped the curtain. Episode 9 takes you up close and personal with former fashion ... Read more

Todays question is from Brad M. -- “How do you properly ETTR?” Go to to submit your own photo question, see Davids gear ... Read more

See Vanessa Joys camera and lens for portrait photography on a budget plus her preferred method for shooting for the best focus. Learn how to best light and ... Read more In this episode of Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace, Mark introduces the basics of proper exposure with the exposure triangle. Read more

Fashion lighting doesnt need to be complicated to be striking or high fashion. Furthermore, one light doesnt mean they are boring either. In fact, many of the ... Read more

Have you ever wondered how to get that dodge & burn look without spending a ton of time in Photoshop? In this video, Pye will show you how to use an editing ... Read more

In the final part of Pyes Understanding Exposure Series, he will show you one final tool and technique that he likes to use to get better information to arrive at the ... Read more Join Daniel Norton OnSet as he walks you through some examples of “Three Point Lighting”. As photographers and filmmakers we ... Read more

Join Daniel Norton OnSet as he demonstrates why a small translucent umbrella may be closer to a beauty dish than you might think. When comparing light ... Read more

Adorama Photography TV presents Digital Photography One on One with Mark Wallace. In this weeks episode Mark shows you how to light for green screen ... Read more

Even the most ordinary (even boring) location can become a great environment to create striking images if you know how to see the light and simplify your ... Read more

Todays question from Ronald J. is, “Ive heard other photographers say that if you use one of those small, plastic diffusers on your flash, it will soften the light. Read more

This 5th episode of Street Studio takes us out onto the High Line in Manhattan, an abandoned railroad track-turned park. This elevated greenway runs through ... Read more Join Daniel Norton OnSet as he walks you through some of the most common lighting positions for portraits. While every subject is ... Read more