Lindsay-Adler-SBTP

Join Photofocus’ Melissa Niu and portrait/fashion photographer Lindsay Adler as they explore the story behind one of Lindsay’s best photography discoveries. All it takes is a little exploration to change a boring location into a beautiful, dramatic image.

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Nikon D700, 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6mm VR lens @70mm, f/7.1, 1/80s, ISO 800.

White Balance is all about the color of light, and the best reason to shoot RAW is the freedom to adjust the white balance with great power in post production. But what’s up with Lightroom’s White Balance Slider? Why is it backwards? Keep Cool, Like 2000 Kelvin If you’ve shot in RAW, you’ll notice the top white […]

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2-point-lighting

This is how I light some of my street portraits using the two point lighting technique that I learned way back in the 1980s while I was training at the BBC. The two point light principle is simplicity itself with the subject being lit from two opposing directions with the light sources are 180 degrees […]

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He’s inspired by beauty of all types and claims to see beauty in just about anyone.  And when I see his work and the connection he has with his subjects, I believe him.  With over 14 years of working as a cameraman and lighting director at BBC, he learned the art of light and the […]

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Guest Post & Photo by Joe Farace – Follow Joe on Twitter Runway photography is more like shooting sports that studio fashion photography. Leggy supermodels may be attractive, but they are also fast and like a wedding shooter capturing a bride’s walk down the aisle with her father, you only get one chance. Some high-end […]

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