Join Megan Andersen for an in-depth discussion in this video Camera Raw: What? when? why?, part of Advanced Craft Photography.
I recently shot a craft. I was doing an article for a magazine, …and the theme was birthday crafts. So, the craft that I had set up was this …really cool banner. We figured out a way to make these two …posts, stick it in the ground. And the whole point was to thave this big …birthday banner so that the birthday boy could run through it, break through it. …And just have a very exciting way to enter his birthday party. …It was really cool. But since we had to stick the banner in …the ground and keep it in a static position, we were kind of at the mercy of …all the light around us. So, as we were taking pictures, we …noticed that this huge shadow started moving over the banner.…
And it got very, very bright behind where the birthday boy was going to be. …In that situation, you really have to think about various exposure options but …one great solution for kind of tricky lighting is shooting in raw. …So, most, or actually all digital SLRs have the capability of shooting in raw. …And what that is, it's basically a way for your camera to receive all of the …
- Beyond the basic camera settings
- Advanced composition and staging techniques
- Image editing in Photoshop and Lightroom
- Shooting for a client
- Caring for your gear
- Keeping it simple
Skill Level Advanced
1. Beyond the Basic Camera Settings
2. Advanced Composition and Staging Techniques
3. Image Editing in Photoshop and Lightroom
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