Join Andre Costantini for a quick video tutorial about getting back to the basics, understanding what shooting in RAW means.
One Location, One Lesson, One Lens (ep 13) Photographer Erica Robinson heads to the beautiful state of Oregon with her 17-35mm F/2.8-4 Di OSD to capture images at Thor's Well.
Award-winning photographer Tobi Shinobi shares his insights on architecture photography as he visits his favorite spots around Chicago. You'll get an intimate view of what his approach is when capturing urban landscapes and what goes on behind the lens.
How To Preview Your Shots Using The View Finder | Miguel Quiles
On this episode of Alpha Quick Tips, Miguel Quiles shares one feature on Sony cameras that will make your portrait photography shoots better by saving time and instilling confidence in your models.
Night Photography Settings, Challenges and Advice | Rachel Jones Ross | Alpha Universe
Rachel Jones Ross teaches us about night photography settings, some of the challenges of night photography, and tips on how to overcome those challenges.
Add Color To Your Portraits Using Colored Gels | Miguel Quiles | Sony Alpha
In today's video, Miguel Quiles walks us through how to use this creative lighting photography idea using colored gels to add a bold, cinematic look to your portraits.
With focus stacking, you can combine multiple images taken at different focal planes to create an image that shows a greater depth of field than any of the individual source images. Interested in creating your own focus stacked image at home? Watch as we guide you through each step of setup and stacking available on our Z 6, Z 7, D850, and D780 cameras!
With the Nikon Z series' RAW video output, now you can experience richer, more natural tones and greater flexibility in post-production color grading. See for yourself in our new video, recorded in ProRes RAW with the Nikon Z 6 and ATOMOS Ninja V monitor.
When shooting on a Nikon DSLR, you have options when it comes to image file formats. Watch to learn more about shooting RAW and the benefits of shooting this format!
Challenging light? No problem! Watch our tips for creating images in low-light conditions.
We love using the Z 7 to photograph the sparkling lights with a soft bokeh effect during the holiday season. To create this dreamy effect in your photographs, try shooting with the lens wide open using the lowest aperture number available in Aperture Priority or Manual mode. Then, get very close to your subject. This combination of wide aperture and distance from subject to background make for shallower depth of field, creating the soft and out of focus area. How are you photographing the holidays?
Nikon Ambassador, Corey Rich gives us some insight into his gear of choice for a high altitude adventure, and how to get the best balance of versatility with the least weight.
From the darkroom to the PRO-1000 professional photo printer, see how Canon Explorer of Light Atiba Jefferson turns his high-quality images into high-quality prints.
Watch as Canon Explorers of Light Zak Noyle and Onne van der Wal dive into this challenge and capture the motion of the ocean as they compete for the best image. Zak and Onne bring their own unique styles to the table, both using the Canon EOS R5 in @AquaTech housing.
The challenge of shooting documentary footage at night in the jungle is that any lighting you may use will disrupt the activity of the creatures you're trying to capture. In the award-winning documentary Awavena, Director of Photography Greg Downing used Canon's ME20F-SH camera to showcase the remarkable fluorescent luminance of plants and insects in the Amazon. The project, which chronicles the Yawanawa tribe and its first ever female shaman, utilizes mixed reality to give viewers the experience of a vision quest. In this video, Downing describes how the incredible 4,500,000 ISO of the ME20 helped to create the stunning visuals to simulate a vision quest.
Watch Canon Explorer of Light, Bob Davis, as he uses the new Canon flagship Speedlite EL-1 flash in a number of situations to illustrate its many advanced features, including 14 f-stops of flash exposure range from 1/1 to 1/8192, to perfectly illuminate the scene and subjects.
Welcome back to another episode of Lensday Wednesday, where we showcase our fantastic lens lineup. In this episode, Professional Market Specialist, Calvin Pilliod Anderson, goes over the shortest, lightest 70-200mm f/2.8 telephoto zoom lens Canon has ever made, the RF 70-200 F2.8 L IS USM. Built for native use on R series cameras, this lens is a dream to use for both still photography and video production. The high image quality, extensive weather sealing, powerful image stabilization, outstanding focus performance in low light, and gorgeous bokeh make it a must-have lens for the EOS R series!
Watch as Canon Expert Rudy Winston explains how photography is the act of freezing time. Learn tips and tricks on how to fire the shutter at the right moment for the perfect photo.
Whether you find yourself taking portraits indoors or outdoors, in a low-light situation, wanting to capture fine details of subjects close to you or even slightly further away, this sharp and versatile lens for Canon EOS R Series cameras will deliver. Learn more as Canon Explorer of Light Michele Celentano puts it to work to capture some amazing results.
Shadows define the shape, texture and depth of our photos. Watch as Canon Expert Rudy Winston uncovers how shadows are equally as important as light.
Composition is the arrangement of elements in your frame. But how do you arrange them in a way thats pleasing and relevant to your story? Join us as we walk you through some tips for correcting your composition.
As a filmmaker, every lens you choose says something. It has an impact on your story and how it's conveyed. Join us as we take a look at the psychology of lens choices.
oin Jay Patel of VisualWilderness.com for a simple explanation of why using a Benro 100mm Graduated Neutral Density (GND) Filters can save you time and improve your landscape photography. You'll see real-world examples from one of the world's finest landscape photographers and photo educators applying their hard-earned knowledge of how to make the very best images in challenging, remote conditions.
Filmmaker Patrick Moreau provides some tips on how giving subtle movements to your tripod during an interview creates a more human feeling for your audience, making it feel more natural and genuine.