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  • Photo Extremist: Creative Photography Tutorials, Photoshop Tutorials, Instructional Videos
    bit more substantial warning about creating a fire you never know what can happen with fire The beach shots would be the least likely to cause any problems judging by the spark trails in your picture they really seem to spread far and these sparks could catch a fire a camera bag or anything else that would be in their vicinity ed James June 12th 2011 15 59 This is AMAZING I have attempted almost all your tutorials and am very impressed with your knowledge and creativity Where do you get all your inspiration ideas from Anyways I watched this video courtesy of you subscription e mail and bought all the supplies that afternoon I went down the beach and gave it a try Its amazing I met a few people over the beach when I was doing this because they were so curious of what it was and what I was doing I m going over again tonight Thanks heeps for another great tutorial Evan cant wait for the next Roger Aylstock June 30th 2011 10 10 What a fun book We tried the steel wool shots and got some great photographs I just posted them on my blog along with a link back to your book http aylstockphotography com 2011 06 light painting I m dying to try some of the Photoshop effects Thanks for such a great book yocox July 8th 2011 09 29 Hello there after tried a few attemp this is my result after follow ur tutorial here http www facebook com media set set a 239910212703911 71870 100000548018805 tq n keep going with more creative idea yocox July 8th 2011 09 30 Hello there after tried a few attempt this is my result after follow ur tutorial here http www facebook com media set set a 239910212703911 71870 100000548018805 tq n keep going with more creative idea Shutterlag July 20th 2011 20 28 Hi Evan really great video My favorite background are old industrial areas The image of old biolers chimneys and metal gangways suit the steel wool fireworks perfectly http www shutter lag com 2011 07 steel wool fireworks edisons max September 14th 2011 23 47 Regarding this page it want to say that it was really marvelous i got more information about this and the explanations are very good and easy to understand now i can suggest to others also precast September 18th 2011 10 58 your such a talented and creative young man well at my age of 50 i think its not yet too late to learn photography just for new hobby Thanks Evan for sharing your talent More power and God Bless David September 24th 2011 11 51 WOW awesome work you are doing here ording your book cant wait to get thanks you so much for all that your doing your photos are awesome Michael February 16th 2012 01 56 For focusing in the dark I find that using a green laser pointer is great you can point it at pretty much anything and it provides a bright dot that the camera can easily focus on I m not sure if this would work with a red laser pointer But using this technique means you don t have to walk back and forth from camera to focus target as you would with a torch or LED and it also allows you to focus easily on inaccessible areas i e half way up a tall building I ve also used my laser pointer to sign my photos with light as I m taking the photo PhotoExtremist February 18th 2012 19 53 Ahh yes lasers are a very effective focusing aid You should link me to one of your signed photos if you can I d love to see it I ve tried a few times and it can be difficult to get it looking smooth Dani February 26th 2012 17 22 Hey My friend and I tried this and it worked great the first two times however after that we had a problem getting the steel wool to light We are doing this in the winter 5 degrees Celsius 23F Do you think the cold affects the wool s ability to burn Any help would be greatly appreciated this is such a cool photography experiment Arjun Kartha March 24th 2012 03 21 Awesome idea Any alternates to steel wool I m not sure what they call it this part of the world jeremy April 5th 2012 14 46 quick question after you set up your camera do you put it on multiple shots then press the button and run over and start spinning how does that part work Glenda April 12th 2012 04 29 I have a question about the several people in one picture I tried it and it worked once but I can t get it work again when I take into PS and pick the brush in black it doesn t erase clear it erases in black what am I doing wrong I have CS3 When I got it to work the first time I think I used the history brush but then it wouldn t work again and now it won t work in the regular brush Also what did you have your camera set on you didn t say I noticed no flash please email me back with an answer I d appreciate it Thanks Margaret May 8th 2012 14 17 AWESOME tutorials You make me laugh too which helps make your teachings interesting Keep it up jerrie May 15th 2012 12 39 Hi Eve just want you to ask something i am very interested to purchase your e book but my card is still full and i have ask my sister to use her card to purchase your e book but my sister is in California and i am in Saudi Arabia Is there any possibilities that i can download your e book to my side but the purchase will be done in

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  • Photo Extremist: Creative Photography Tutorials, Photoshop Tutorials, Instructional Videos
    photoshop tutorial 21 Comments 1 Apr 11 26 Floating Banana Photoshop Tutorial Tweet In this photography Photoshop tutorial I show you how to photograph a levitating floating banana Just gotta put your camera on a tripod use manual mode and take two pictures one with the banana in the frame and one without with the same aperture ISO shutter speed and white balance for each photo Then just stack them on top of each other as layers erase the skewer with a layer mask and BAM You got yourself a floating banana And remember if you are into this type of photography you ll love my Trick Photography and Special Effects e book and soon to be DVD online video course Tweet Filed under photoshop video 26 Comments 4 Jan 11 8 Photoshop A Digital Clock To Say Anything Tweet This Adobe Photoshop CS5 video tutorial will show you how to take any ordinary digital clock and rearrange the numbers to say anything you want like a word or a different time Step 1 Take a picture of a digital alarm clock Using a tripod will ALWAYS help when shooting still life subjects If you want to minimize glare block the light with your hand use a polarizing filter and or do not wear a white shirt like I was Wearing black will be better Step 2 Put your picture into Photoshop and make a duplicate layer so you can always go back to the original copy in case you make a mistake You can make a duplicate layer by dragging and dropping the layer onto the tiny new layer icon on the bottom right of the layers pallet You can also just type CTRL J Step 3 Grab the polygonal lasso tool and make a selection around one of the LEDs Press CTRL C top copy the selection then press CTRL V to paste the selection To move and roate the newly pasted LED around the frame press CTRL T and then ENTER to place the selection after you are done moving it around Set the Blending mode to Lighten on the layer Keep repeating this step until you spell something To erase an LED that is already there that you don t want use the Clone Stamp Tool and press ALT on a blank area then left click like normal on the LED to cover it up Have fun If you make a picture like this be sure to leave a comment so others can see Tweet Filed under how to photoshop 8 Comments Older Entries 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

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  • Photo Extremist: Creative Photography Tutorials, Photoshop Tutorials, Instructional Videos
    can be circular or linear it doesn t matter Things that work well are cheap transparent plastic cups forks spoons and knifes Prisms plastic wrap and cheap packaging material work good as well Things that unfortunately don t work are water glass and anything that isn t a transparent plastic crystals might be the only exception although this is unconfirmed Water can sometimes look okay looking but not nearly as cool as plastic Additional Resources http en wikipedia org wiki Photoelasticity http en wikipedia org wiki Birefringence Tweet Tagged as Birefringence clear colorful filter how to Photoelasticity photography Polarizer polarizing psychedelic rainbow stressed plastic transparent tutorial 7 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

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  • Photo Extremist: Creative Photography Tutorials, Photoshop Tutorials, Instructional Videos
    can be circular or linear it doesn t matter Things that work well are cheap transparent plastic cups forks spoons and knifes Prisms plastic wrap and cheap packaging material work good as well Things that unfortunately don t work are water glass and anything that isn t a transparent plastic crystals might be the only exception although this is unconfirmed Water can sometimes look okay looking but not nearly as cool as plastic Additional Resources http en wikipedia org wiki Photoelasticity http en wikipedia org wiki Birefringence Tweet Tagged as Birefringence clear colorful filter how to Photoelasticity photography Polarizer polarizing psychedelic rainbow stressed plastic transparent tutorial 7 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

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  • Photo Extremist: Creative Photography Tutorials, Photoshop Tutorials, Instructional Videos
    this along with my Zoom H4n now ATR 3350 Lavalier microphone I am using this for video work Seems to work OKAY only records sound in the left channel and is omnidirectional Seems to make a slight buzzing noise but it was the cheapest one I could find that looked reasonably good RANDOM STUFF Gray card Use the big gray patch on the back for white balance color correction BP1500 Calumet Backpack Love this bag just got it UN Blow Brush Old blower brush thing Sima Lenspen Love the non brush side Use air instead of the brush to brush little speckles off your lens ML L3 Nikon Remote Wireless remote for the Nikon D50 it can also be used to lock the shutter so you can record an exposure beyond 30 seconds in duration This works with lower end Nikon DSLRs Remote Shutter Release Cord For taking exposures longer than 30 seconds This works with higher end Nikon DSLR cameras Roscolux You can place these on your flash to change the color of the light SOFTWARE Photoshop CS5 This is pretty much the ultimate photography editing software Don t need anything else Photomatix Get 15 off with coupon code photoex I use this when I do HDR stuff All the links above are my Amazon affiliate links so if you click on one of them and make a purchase I will get a small commission This helps me continue create more high quality videos for you I literally spent 2 full entire days filming this video editing it and creating this massive list Tweet Tagged as 055XPROB 18 55mm 496RC2 50mm 1 8 70 210mm ATR 3350 Azden BP1500 Calumet Backpack Canon HF M300 filter Hoya ND400 hoya r72 LN2MIC ZOOMH4N Manfrotto ML L3 monopod nd400 Nikkor Nikon D300s nikon d50 Photogenic StudioMax III 160 photoshop Polarizer Quantaray 6X Cross Reflector Remote Shutter Release Cord RF 602 SMX 10 Tamron 18 200mm Tokina 80 200mm uLite WT803 Zoom H4n 26 Comments 21 Sep 09 46 Color Infrared IR Tutorial Walkthrough Tweet The following content is an excerpt from the Trick Photography and Special Effects eBook For additional content on IR Photography that has been reorganized updated and revised please consider getting the eBook These are infrared images pictures with recorded light beyond the visible spectrum You can take infrared photos by using an infrared filter that screws on the front of the lens or you can convert your camera to take IR photos permanently Why Take Infrared IR Photos Infrared photography darkens clear blue skies a lot but leaves the individual clouds very bright Infrared photography leaves foliage grass plants leaves looking bright white It allows you to take photos with longer shutter speeds and gives your photos an awesome look in general Nikon D50 ISO 200 1 2 second f4 8 This camera is very sensitive to IR light Can my camera take IR photos Older Nikon cameras like the Nikon D50 andD70 work very well with the Hoya R 72 Infrared Filter However a lot of newer camera sensors now have a filter that blocks out IR light in front of the cameras sensor to a degree In order to find out if your D SLR can take infrared photos find a remote control that goes to your TV or something similar Take a 1 second exposure During that exposure click the power button on your remote pointing it towards the camera lens When you look at the picture on the LCD preview screen you should see a light coming from the front of the remote If the TV remote light looks very dim the exposure time will have to be longer when using an IR filter BUT if the TV remote light looks pretty bright your camera is well suited for infrared photography Try doing this test with different lenses as well some are better for IR photography than others If you don t see anything coming from your remote you won t be able to take infrared photos with your camera using an IR filter You can however get your camera s sensor modified by LifePixel Conversion costs about 300 500 and shutter speed times are normal as is focusing Your camera will be permanently modified for infrared photography But if your camera passed the TV Remote Test then you can go the easy cheap route and start taking infrared pictures with the Hoya R 72 Infrared Filter Mine was 54 for a 52mm sized filter Some lenses just don t work that great with IR filters and create hotspots I myself however haven t had any problems with hotspots in any of my photogs before Here is a list of cameras and lenses that are good for IR Good Bad Infrared Lenses List Good Bad Infrared Camera List Taking Infrared Photos Using the Hoya R72 Filter Hoya R72 Filter When you get your filter you will notice it looks almost black Because the filter is so dark you will need to focus your scene before putting the filter on Once you have your scene in focus screw your filter on and then switch to manual focus You CAN use autofocus with the filter on but you have to be in broad sunlight for this to work and it isn t always accurate Lenses focus differently when using an infrared filter If you want technically sharper results you can rotate your focus ring about 1 millimeter away infinite symbol depending on your lens Some lenses will have an infrared symbol on the lens itself which is useful Use that mark if it does If it doesn t though you ll have to play a little guess and check game to find the infrared focusing spot You CAN use the cameras autofocus it will just be slightly out of focus I ve taken many photos like this anyway Try a few test shots using the autofocus you may find it acceptable Also try using higher F

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  • Photo Extremist: Creative Photography Tutorials, Photoshop Tutorials, Instructional Videos
    can be circular or linear it doesn t matter Things that work well are cheap transparent plastic cups forks spoons and knifes Prisms plastic wrap and cheap packaging material work good as well Things that unfortunately don t work are water glass and anything that isn t a transparent plastic crystals might be the only exception although this is unconfirmed Water can sometimes look okay looking but not nearly as cool as plastic Additional Resources http en wikipedia org wiki Photoelasticity http en wikipedia org wiki Birefringence Tweet Tagged as Birefringence clear colorful filter how to Photoelasticity photography Polarizer polarizing psychedelic rainbow stressed plastic transparent tutorial 7 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

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    Hoya ND400 Super dark filter to get around 30 seconds in pure daylight at F22 ISO100 etc I can get even longer if I combine this filter with the R72 and the ND8 and Polarizer Canon Polarizer Very good filter for removing glare and saturating colors with CORRECT color Awesome filter Nikon ND 8x Another darkening filter just not as extreme Quantaray 6X Cross This is a star cross filter that slices the light up into a cross shape Quantaray Foggilizer Adds a really foggy look to your photos LIGHTS Sunpak auto 433 D Thyristor Full blast flash doesn t seem to be adjustable to 1 2 power 1 4th 1 8th power etc Only full power apparently Sunpak auto 344 D Thyristor I use this outside or quickly when on the go Can be adjusted from full power to 1 16th power RF602 Wireless Flash Trigger This is used to wirelessly trigger my 344 flash or my Photogenic studio light Works only at 1 160th of a second or slower Photogenic StudioMax III 160 Big studio light that plugs into the wall I won this in a photo competition on a website called Photographer s Warehouse Photo Basics 402 uLite Video Lighting Kit Got this from Amazon the lights are bright and hot Haven t used the green screen too much Large Umbrella Reflector Reflects lights and diffuses light TRIPODS LIGHT STAND KIT Manfrotto 055XPROB Tripod Awesome tripod Legs and extender pole can go all over the place Manfrotto 496RC2 BallHead Ballhead seems to be really good I am liking it more compared to the tilt and pan Monopod Not mine came from a cheap tripod but pretty useful Sunset PR 5500 Tripod This was my main tripod but I brought it into the ocean with me one time and the sand got into the grooves and ruined it Velbon VS 3 Tripod Same thing got messed up from the sand and the legs can t slide in and out easily 2 Broken small tripods These were really crappy to begin with because they were originally made for telescopes lol Fancier WT803 Light Stand Umbrella Clamp KIT Kits comes with a light stand a small umbrealla and a clamp so you can attach the flash and umbella at the top of the stand Great deal AUDIO Zoom H4n Awesome high quality sound field recorder Adjustable Swivel Shoe Mount I use this to attach to my Zoom H4n to my Nikon D300s L N2MIC ZOOMH4N 3 5mm Audio Cord I use this to sync the sound into the D300s so the sound and video are combined together Azden SMX 10 Microphone I may sometimes use this along with my Zoom H4n now ATR 3350 Lavalier microphone I am using this for video work Seems to work OKAY only records sound in the left channel and is omnidirectional Seems to make a slight buzzing noise but it was the cheapest one I could find that looked reasonably good RANDOM STUFF Gray

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    can be circular or linear it doesn t matter Things that work well are cheap transparent plastic cups forks spoons and knifes Prisms plastic wrap and cheap packaging material work good as well Things that unfortunately don t work are water glass and anything that isn t a transparent plastic crystals might be the only exception although this is unconfirmed Water can sometimes look okay looking but not nearly as cool as plastic Additional Resources http en wikipedia org wiki Photoelasticity http en wikipedia org wiki Birefringence Tweet Tagged as Birefringence clear colorful filter how to Photoelasticity photography Polarizer polarizing psychedelic rainbow stressed plastic transparent tutorial 7 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

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