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    probably get by without this depending on what you are trying to do photograph This is the stuff I have been using all this time until recently and still do use it Remember I took this shot with all entry level equipment and it came out great The flashes had to be close to the subject and have no light modifiers on them but the shot still looks pro and I was able to use 1 32 flash power flash duration is super short probably shorter than any given strobe including the E640 and ISO100 F16 ideal settings Ideas You could experiment with different densities of liquid and then drip a different color to each density so it looks like a rainbow is flying out of the wineglass You can also just throw the wineglass up in the air but you will need to be sure that it lands on something soft I would recommend having it fall on an elevated sheet Spinning it in a spiral could be interesting Final Image Check This Out Next If you liked this video sign up to the e mail list in the upper right corner of this site Also consider checking out my photography course Trick Photography and Special Effects meant for anyone interested in creative techniques and Photography Masterclass meant for beginners wanting essential information to get started this course will show you how to use a DSLR lighting composition and Adobe software Tweet Filed under Uncategorized 27 Comments 5 Jan 14 14 My Photography Best of 2013 Tweet Here is a slide show of my favorite images of 2013 Tweet Tagged as best of photography photoshop slideshow video 14 Comments 12 Nov 13 12 Photography Masterclass is Now Online Tweet My new online photography course Photography Masterclass is meant for the person who just got a DSLR is about to get one or has had one for a while but never took the time to thoroughly master it to the professional level The course contains 26 videos 11 hours total an equipment guide and bonuses If you know nothing about photography but want to get up to date to the pro level as quickly as possible this is for you Photography Masterclass is broken up into four modules Mastering Your DSLR Camera Mastering Exposure Aperture Shutter Speed ISO White Balance Focus Exposure Compensation Shooting Modes Flash Modes Focusing Modes etc Photography Equipment DSLR Camera Bodies Lenses Lighting Equipment Accessories Composition and Light Rule of Thirds Leading Lines Psychological Triggers Lighting Set Ups Post Production Developing images in Adobe Lightroom and editing in Adobe Photoshop After watching the videos you will feel confident taking pictures with your camera regardless of the situation you are in whether it is low light situation a weird colored situation etc and regardless of the subject matter whether you are taking pictures of a something moving still life landscapes people close ups etc The course also has a 60 Day 100 Money Back Guarantee If you

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  • Photo Extremist: Creative Photography Tutorials, Photoshop Tutorials, Instructional Videos
    with it all day but that would really be helpful and informative for us non professionals Did you have to protect your camera from the splashing Thanks Fran Илья May 6th 2014 07 37 Спасибо за отличный материал очень полезно Thanks for the great lessons Useful material Donald Pullum May 6th 2014 07 38 I made a mirror house using 4 rectangular mirrors from Dollar Tree store Mounted them with L s to a board A small doorway was left to let the camera lens peek in to the room Placing a small object in the room gives many reflections variations of the corner angles give different effects as does angle of the camera Variation is to have floor with pattern or top as a mirror or top is translucent plastic Photos turn out interesting Have fun and feel free to use Love your inspiring work María García May 6th 2014 08 06 Great and congratulations It s a pitty cause I don t understand English but if you could add subtitles it would be easier Photofairy May 6th 2014 09 53 Evan u r soo cool I love your tutorials It has inspired me to get my arse in gear again It s been a really tough year for my family and myself but I ve found my creative side again I have your trick photography course and I showed my 11 year old yesterday and he loved your tutorial with the snow and light painting affects Thank you so much you are great Have started a Flickr account Photo fairy I have uploaded a shot of high speed shot of strawberry in water and am feeling more confident about getting my stuff out to the world Christin May 6th 2014 11 27 Hello Thank you very much for sharing all your creative ideas and experiment with us This is so fun and Interesting must try this soon Christin from Sweden June Pryor May 6th 2014 14 02 Hi Evan Love all your tutorials and books etc I am already subscribed to your mailing list but would like the Trick Photography book that you are giving away to subscribers How do I go about getting it Thanks June Murshed May 7th 2014 02 00 You are The best man Best regards Murshed Almehairi UAE Dubai Doug May 7th 2014 02 30 Great tutorial Evan I have finished going through your Master Class and there was a huge amount of help there may thanks Cheers Doug Australia Doug May 7th 2014 02 33 Great tutorial Evan keep em coming I was very pleased with the Master Class I purchased from you earlier this year very useful stuff Cheers Doug Thompson Australia Hidayat May 11th 2014 18 36 hi Evan as usual your tutorial was amazing thank you salam Hidayat Abadi Lombok Indonesia Cheap Moving Head Lights May 17th 2014 04 50 thanks for shari ng Omar June 8th 2014 20 56 amazing Ron July 3rd 2014 06 42 Evan Any

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  • Photo Extremist: Creative Photography Tutorials, Photoshop Tutorials, Instructional Videos
    wineglass You can also just throw the wineglass up in the air but you will need to be sure that it lands on something soft I would recommend having it fall on an elevated sheet Spinning it in a spiral could be interesting Final Image Check This Out Next If you liked this video sign up to the e mail list in the upper right corner of this site Also consider checking out my photography course Trick Photography and Special Effects meant for anyone interested in creative techniques and Photography Masterclass meant for beginners wanting essential information to get started this course will show you how to use a DSLR lighting composition and Adobe software Tweet Filed under Uncategorized 27 Comments 12 Nov 13 12 Photography Masterclass is Now Online Tweet My new online photography course Photography Masterclass is meant for the person who just got a DSLR is about to get one or has had one for a while but never took the time to thoroughly master it to the professional level The course contains 26 videos 11 hours total an equipment guide and bonuses If you know nothing about photography but want to get up to date to the pro level as quickly as possible this is for you Photography Masterclass is broken up into four modules Mastering Your DSLR Camera Mastering Exposure Aperture Shutter Speed ISO White Balance Focus Exposure Compensation Shooting Modes Flash Modes Focusing Modes etc Photography Equipment DSLR Camera Bodies Lenses Lighting Equipment Accessories Composition and Light Rule of Thirds Leading Lines Psychological Triggers Lighting Set Ups Post Production Developing images in Adobe Lightroom and editing in Adobe Photoshop After watching the videos you will feel confident taking pictures with your camera regardless of the situation you are in whether it is low light situation a weird colored situation etc and regardless of the subject matter whether you are taking pictures of a something moving still life landscapes people close ups etc The course also has a 60 Day 100 Money Back Guarantee If you aren t satisfied in the least bit for any reason just email me and you will receive a full refund no questions asked For more information check it out here http www PhotographyMasterclass com Tweet Filed under Uncategorized 12 Comments 25 Aug 13 21 Glowing Lines Photoshop Tutorial Tweet In this digital photography and Photoshop tutorial you will learn how to capture a photo using grids and gels on flashes to get the proper lighting We will then go into the Adobe Photoshop software program and create the glowing lines and smokey cloud in front of the luminous face Push the play button on the video player below to start watching the tutorial I recommend watching it in Full Screen so you can see the text when I am in Adobe Photoshop If you can t see the video player below you can watch it directly on YouTube opens in new tab window This is the newest image I

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    6th 2014 19 39 Great and amazing picture Bali Driver October 6th 2014 19 40 That s is amazing picture Wordpress Courses in Denpasar Bali November 4th 2014 00 56 Pictures are so amazing you must have a very experienced photographer LV August 7th 2015 09 35 Hi Do you know how people are doing the videos with multiple Of themselves singing and harmonizing in each pane Nobody Seems to know but they keep showing up on Facebook Thanks So much for any advice I m a singer songwriter and it s a Very cool tool LV Nasrin August 20th 2015 10 25 Great capture of 2013 Salim Ahmed November 16th 2015 10 30 Really it s symbol of great photography 2013 Lucky for you All the best Wedding Photographers November 27th 2015 03 37 Really nice pictures you done a great job Leave a comment Cancel reply Name required Email required Website Captcha 7 7 Current ye r Leave this field empty No trackbacks yet Wineglass Splash Studio Photography Tutorial Photography Masterclass is Now Online Recommendations Entries Wineglass Splash Studio Photography Tutorial My Photography Best of 2013 Photography Masterclass is Now Online High Speed Powder Photography Tutorial Glowing Lines Photoshop Tutorial Open Source DSLR Announced D800o April Fools Multiple Exposure Photography Tutorial My Photography Best of 2012 Hybrid Image Optical Illusion Photoshop Tutorial Snow Photography and Special Effects DSLR Tutorial DSLR Basics Stops and Metering A Room Filled with an Obnoxious Amount of Money My Photography Best of 2011 Trick Photography and Special Effects 2 0 Now Online High Speed Photography with Splashes Flashes and a Fish Tank Photography Tutorial Photoshop CS5 Surreal Portrait Photo Manipulation Advanced Tutorial Orbs Long Exposure Light Painting Photography Video Tutorial Steel Wool Photography Tutorial Fake Smoke with Flashlight and String Photography Tutorial How

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    Room Filled with an Obnoxious Amount of Money My Photography Best of 2011 Trick Photography and Special Effects 2 0 Now Online High Speed Photography with Splashes Flashes and a Fish Tank Photography Tutorial Photoshop CS5 Surreal Portrait Photo Manipulation Advanced Tutorial Orbs Long Exposure Light Painting Photography Video Tutorial Steel Wool Photography Tutorial Fake Smoke with Flashlight and String Photography Tutorial How To HDR Simple Floating Banana Photoshop Tutorial How To Take Psychedelic Photos of CDs My Photography Best of 2007 2010 Photoelasticity Birefringence Photography Tutorial What s In My Camera Bag A Review of All My Photographic Camera Equipment Photoshop Tutorial Rearrange Keys on your Keyboard Photoshop A Digital Clock To Say Anything Bokeh Photography Tutorial Trick Photography Optical Illusion Hand Reaching Into Computer Monitor Photographic Special Effects with Christmas Lights How To Photograph A Flying Cat Finally Trick Photography and Special Effects is Now Available 11 Explosive Sparkler Photographs Star Trails Tutorial Nikon Announces New Open Source Camera 20 Stunning Examples of Multiplicity Photography Bug Eyed Photography Tutorial If I were to make you a huge photo tutorial package How To Create Physiogram Long Exposure Photographs Photoshop Flesh Skin and Body Parts Onto Eachother Using Photo Manipulation

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    of them Most higher end Nikon DSLRs D300s and D800 for example have the multiple exposure feature in the camera s menu system Turn Auto Gain OFF if possible Auto Gain automatically attempts to neutralize the EV which isn t useful for the high key nature portraits Put your camera in Aperture Priority Mode and then select your F Number I used f 4 Put your camera in Spot Metering Mode For the first shot center the Auto Focus Point and take a picture of yourself The background should be as close to 100 white as reasonably possible You can achieve a white background by having the sky fill up the background behind your head having the sun directly behind your head and lined up with the lens will produce the best result Light overcast days are theoretically ideal but not necessary Using flashes against a white wall to create a silhouette also works For the second shot bump up the Exposure Compensation to around 2 EV and take a picture of whatever you want I like trees with leafs on them and make sure the background is 100 white for this image as well I would recommend experimenting and taking each shot by themselves to see which settings you need to use in order to get the background to be 100 white for each individual shot 2EV is only an estimate and is only what I was using on that particular day all situations are different The key is to just get the background to be white and not gray use whatever settings necessary After you have taken two shots they will automatically stack and should show up in your LCD screen you can t retrieve the original individual images if using a Nikon DSLR You can then continue to take more and more double exposures until you get a really good one I took dozens if not 100 Some cameras automatically turn off the multiple exposure feature after you have taken one multiple exposure if you find that this is the case for your camera simply turn the multiple exposure feature back on before you take your next set The Nikon D800 has an option to leave the multiple exposure function on all the time making things a little faster The D300s does not If you want to use previously taken shots or don t have a multiple exposure feature on your camera you can do this in Adobe Photoshop The image above was done in PS Here are the steps Create a new Photoshop document and drag and drop 2 images into the Photoshop document so the two images show up in the bottom right in the Layers Palette as 2 layers Select the top layer and then select Screen for its blending mode You also can try experimenting with Multiply The Multiply blending mode will darken instead of lighten Optional You can Dodge Highlights by using the Dodge tool to whiten up anything that didn t

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    of them Most higher end Nikon DSLRs D300s and D800 for example have the multiple exposure feature in the camera s menu system Turn Auto Gain OFF if possible Auto Gain automatically attempts to neutralize the EV which isn t useful for the high key nature portraits Put your camera in Aperture Priority Mode and then select your F Number I used f 4 Put your camera in Spot Metering Mode For the first shot center the Auto Focus Point and take a picture of yourself The background should be as close to 100 white as reasonably possible You can achieve a white background by having the sky fill up the background behind your head having the sun directly behind your head and lined up with the lens will produce the best result Light overcast days are theoretically ideal but not necessary Using flashes against a white wall to create a silhouette also works For the second shot bump up the Exposure Compensation to around 2 EV and take a picture of whatever you want I like trees with leafs on them and make sure the background is 100 white for this image as well I would recommend experimenting and taking each shot by themselves to see which settings you need to use in order to get the background to be 100 white for each individual shot 2EV is only an estimate and is only what I was using on that particular day all situations are different The key is to just get the background to be white and not gray use whatever settings necessary After you have taken two shots they will automatically stack and should show up in your LCD screen you can t retrieve the original individual images if using a Nikon DSLR You can then continue to take more and more double exposures until you get a really good one I took dozens if not 100 Some cameras automatically turn off the multiple exposure feature after you have taken one multiple exposure if you find that this is the case for your camera simply turn the multiple exposure feature back on before you take your next set The Nikon D800 has an option to leave the multiple exposure function on all the time making things a little faster The D300s does not If you want to use previously taken shots or don t have a multiple exposure feature on your camera you can do this in Adobe Photoshop The image above was done in PS Here are the steps Create a new Photoshop document and drag and drop 2 images into the Photoshop document so the two images show up in the bottom right in the Layers Palette as 2 layers Select the top layer and then select Screen for its blending mode You also can try experimenting with Multiply The Multiply blending mode will darken instead of lighten Optional You can Dodge Highlights by using the Dodge tool to whiten up anything that didn t

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    sigma slide show slideshow special special effects surreal trick trick photography 27 Comments 9 Mar 11 14 My Photography Best of 2007 2010 Tweet Tweet Tagged as art artwork creative creativity images photo manipulation photographic photography photos pics pictures slideshow video 14 Comments Recommendations Entries Wineglass Splash Studio Photography Tutorial My Photography Best of 2013 Photography Masterclass is Now Online High Speed Powder Photography Tutorial Glowing Lines Photoshop Tutorial Open Source DSLR Announced D800o April Fools Multiple Exposure Photography Tutorial My Photography Best of 2012 Hybrid Image Optical Illusion Photoshop Tutorial Snow Photography and Special Effects DSLR Tutorial DSLR Basics Stops and Metering A Room Filled with an Obnoxious Amount of Money My Photography Best of 2011 Trick Photography and Special Effects 2 0 Now Online High Speed Photography with Splashes Flashes and a Fish Tank Photography Tutorial Photoshop CS5 Surreal Portrait Photo Manipulation Advanced Tutorial Orbs Long Exposure Light Painting Photography Video Tutorial Steel Wool Photography Tutorial Fake Smoke with Flashlight and String Photography Tutorial How To HDR Simple Floating Banana Photoshop Tutorial How To Take Psychedelic Photos of CDs My Photography Best of 2007 2010 Photoelasticity Birefringence Photography Tutorial What s In My Camera Bag A Review of All My Photographic Camera Equipment Photoshop Tutorial Rearrange Keys on your Keyboard Photoshop A Digital Clock To Say Anything Bokeh Photography Tutorial Trick Photography Optical Illusion Hand Reaching Into Computer Monitor Photographic Special Effects with Christmas Lights How To Photograph A Flying Cat Finally Trick Photography and Special Effects is Now Available 11 Explosive Sparkler Photographs Star Trails Tutorial Nikon Announces New Open Source Camera 20 Stunning Examples of Multiplicity Photography Bug Eyed Photography Tutorial If I were to make you a huge photo tutorial package How To Create Physiogram Long Exposure Photographs Photoshop Flesh Skin and Body Parts Onto

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