Learn how to create sports portraits that capture the prowess and competitive spirit of athletes, young and old, with sports photography tips from Robert Vanelli.
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From lighting to posing to post-processing, learn how to create business portraits with a modern, professional look. Robert Vanelli shows how to light, shoot, and edit corporate headshots and environmental portraits.
Get started in product photography. Learn about the gear, lighting, and post-processing techniques you need to shoot products of all kinds.
Bring your logos to life with this quick start guide for animating and compositing a logo design in CINEMA 4D and After Effects.
Learn how taking control of the white balance in your photography can expand your creative options and improve the accuracy of the color in your photos.
Learn how to use Lightroom's Adjustment Brush and Radial Filter to selectively light portrait shots.
Explore the creative options and challenges presented by backlighting in photography.
Learn techniques for lighting a still-life scene and processing the images using Adobe Photoshop in this "mini" course.
Explores the creative and technical decisions involved in photographing textiles.
Learn to create amazing lighting effects in post-production with Photoshop.
Learn how to style, light, and photograph jewelry, from rings to watches and more.
Follow along with photographer Richard Klein as he shows techniques for lighting and composing photos that make interior spaces look their best.
Explore the world of the small with this guide to macro and close-up photography gear, lighting, and technique.
Learn how to shoot and edit green screen footage and images.
Describes the tools, creative options, and special considerations involved in shooting with a DSLR camera at night or in low-light conditions, such as sunset or candlelight.
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