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Escape vanilla modulation: Nikol shows you waveshaping powers

You wouldn’t make music with just simple oscillators, so why only use basic, repetitive modulation? In the latest video in Bastl’s how-to series hosted by Patchení’s Nikol, waveshaping gets applied to control signals. A-ha! But what’s waveshaping? Well, Nikol teaches basic classes in modular synthesis to beginners, but she did skip over that. Waveshapers add more complex harmonic content to simple waveform inputs. Basic vanilla waveform in, nice wiggly complex waveform out. (See Wikipedia for ...
Tags: Videos, Music, Hardware, Instagram, Animals, Tutorials, Tech, How-to, Stories, CV, Music Tech, Timber, Eurorack, Waveshaper, LFO, Modulation


How to fix the bad grip of Sony A7 and A9

Sony’s A7/A9 series of mirrorless cameras have a bad reputation for their grip ergonomics. And rightly so. I love my Sony A7III and it is still the best camera on the market for my particular needs, but the grip just isn’t anywhere near as good as on a pro DSLR. My pinky finger has nowhere […] The post How to fix the bad grip of Sony A7 and A9 appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Sony, Dslr, Micael Widell


How to Turn One Content Idea into a Fascinating Four-Part Series

Be careful what you wish for … Once you’ve persuaded people to keep reading your content, you have to keep... Continue Reading The post How to Turn One Content Idea into a Fascinating Four-Part Series appeared first on Copyblogger.
Tags: Featured, Writing, Tutorials, Content Marketing, Blogging


How to fix eight most common boudoir photography mistakes [NSFW]

Making mistakes is a process of learning, and when you are new at something, you’re gonna make a lot of them. But why not avoid them if you can? In this video, Michael Sasser points to eight most common mistakes of beginner boudoir photographers. But, he also gives suggestions on how to fix them and […] The post How to fix eight most common boudoir photography mistakes [NSFW] appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Nude Photos, Tutorials, Nsfw, Nude, Boudoir, Nude Photography, Michael Sasser


How to Create a Photography Portfolio in WordPress

We would like to share with you a very easy way to create a Photography Portfolio for your WordPress website, no matter what theme you’re using. Recently, we have discovered the Easy Photography Portfolio plugin and it’s already one of our favorite plugins and a must-have for photographers and other creatives. Even if you already have a photography website or a photography WordPress theme, this plugin will be a great addition, as it will help you create a separate portfolio with a professional ...
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Plugins


How to Skip to the Good Shit in a Long YouTube Tutorial

Hi, I’m Nick, welcome to my YouTube tutorial channel. Here’s thirty seconds of excruciating introduction, two minutes showing you how to open an app, five minutes explaining an irrelevant task, and then five seconds of the actual tip you googled. Actually, we’ve got three tips: three ways to find the “real” part of a…Read more...
Tags: Video, Youtube, Tutorials, Lifehacks, NICK, Get On With It


Here are five simple ways to use V-flats in the studio

A V-flat can be a useful and versatile tool for studio photography. In this video, Spyros Heniadis gives you five easy ways to use a V-flat in the studio for all kinds of portrait shots. All you need is one or two V-flats, and some DIY magic (if you feel like it). 1. V-flat as […] The post Here are five simple ways to use V-flats in the studio appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Studio Photography, Portrait Photography, V-Flats, Spyros Heniadis


Here are four green screen tricks you can make without the green screen

Green screen is a popular and useful tool for creating all kinds of visual effects. You can DIY it, you can even paint it, but there are some awesome green screen tricks which don’t even require it! In this video, Jordy and Yannick of Cinecom.net demonstrate four of these tricks you can pull off without […] The post Here are four green screen tricks you can make without the green screen appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Visual Effects, Special Effects, Yannick, Chroma Key, Visual Effect, Green Screen, Cinecom


Here is the best way to whiten teeth in Photoshop

Just like many other adjustments in Photoshop, teeth whitening can look terrible if it’s overdone. In this video, Unmesh Dinda of PiXimperfect shares the best way to whiten teeth when editing portraits in Photoshop. It’s not just easy and quick, but it will also give you the best and the most natural-looking results. Once you’ve […] The post Here is the best way to whiten teeth in Photoshop appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Photoshop Tutorials, Photoshop Tutorial, Photo Editing Tips, Editing Tutorial, Teeth Whitening, PiXimperfect


Graduated ND filters or multiple exposures: what is the best option for a landscape photographer?

Using a Graduated Neutral Density filter is fairly easy and doesn’t require any advanced techniques in post-production but the easiest option isn’t always the best choice; due to the filter’s transition being horizontal, anything above the distinction will be darkened and anything below will be left alone. This is a good solution when there’s a […] The post Graduated ND filters or multiple exposures: what is the best option for a landscape photographer? appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Landscape, Photography, Tutorials, Landscape Photography, Multiple Exposure, ND filter, Graduated ND filters, ND filters, Christian Hoiberg


7 essential tips and tricks for working with Lightroom

There are a lot of Lightroom tips & tricks videos out there, but they all seem to gloss over the same handful of things. A lot of the really useful stuff is missed because they’re so used to the software that they go on autopilot and do things without even thinking. So, when asked, they don’t […] The post 7 essential tips and tricks for working with Lightroom appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Keyboard Shortcuts, Tips And Tricks, Shortcuts, Lightroom, Mark Denney


Use these 10 Lightroom features to speed up your workflow

If you’re new to Lightroom, you ought to know that there are plenty of features and tricks that will make your editing easier and speed up your workflow immensely. In this fun video, Ed Gregory of Photos In Color has compiled ten of his favorite features that do just that. They improve your editing and […] The post Use these 10 Lightroom features to speed up your workflow appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Lightroom, Lightroom Cc, Adobe Lightroom, Lightroom Tips, Ed Gregory, Lightroom Classic, Photos in Color


How to get perfect exposure every time using a gray card

There’s a lot of myth and misinformation out there about grey cards. They’re often a bit of a pain to use sometimes, too. But they can be one of the most valuable tools photographers have at their disposal when it comes to getting good and consistent exposure. In this video, David Bergman walks us through […] The post How to get perfect exposure every time using a gray card appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Exposure, David Bergman, Middle Grey, Grey card


Can you retouch a portrait using only the Brush tool?

When editing a portrait, you will surely use different tools in Photoshop. But can you edit a portrait using only the Brush tool? Aaron Nace of PHLEARN took this challenge and used only the Brush tool for blemish removal, dodge and burn, even color correcting. This tutorial will show you just how much you can […] The post Can you retouch a portrait using only the Brush tool? appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Image Editing, Photography, Tutorials, Challenge, Editing, Photo Editing, Adobe Photoshop, Brush Tool, Aaron Nace, Phlearn


How to use negative fill to create more dramatic shots

Photography is all about light. But just as much as that, it’s also about a lack of it. Shadows are just as important to your scene as the well lit areas, and they can really help to sell your story and add a lot of drama. In this video, the guys of Aputure’s A Team […] The post How to use negative fill to create more dramatic shots appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Drama, Tutorials, Aputure, Contrast, Negative Fill Light


10 tips for styling food and drink for photography

As you might know, food photographers use a wide range of (sometimes weird) tricks to make the food look more appetizing. In this video, Jay P. Morgan hosts food photographer Ed Rudolph. He will share ten tricks for styling food and drink to make it look fresh and delicious in your images. And this time, […] The post 10 tips for styling food and drink for photography appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Food, Photography, Tutorials, Food Photography, Jay P Morgan, Food Photographer, Food Photography Tips, Food Photography Advice, Food Stylist, Ed Rudolph, Ed Rudolph He


How to sync multiple cameras in DaVinci Resolve with and without audio

As the new Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K has come closer to general release, I’ve started pushing myself to break away from Premiere Pro and really learn how to use DaVinci Resolve as an editor. I’m at the point where I know just enough to be dangerous, but I’ve still got a lot to learn. One of […] The post How to sync multiple cameras in DaVinci Resolve with and without audio appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Tutorial, Editing, Video Editing, Multicam, Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K, Alex Matravers, DaVinci Ressolve


Here’s a simple way to refocus your images in Photoshop after they were shot

With fancy dual and triple camera phones, you can set the depth of field of your images using a simple slider. But did you know you can do it in Photoshop, too, after you’ve taken the photo? Colin Smith of photoshopCAFE figured out a way to refocus images in Photoshop after they were shot, and […] The post Here’s a simple way to refocus your images in Photoshop after they were shot appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Focus, Depth of Field, Adobe Photoshop, Photoshop Tutorial, Colin Smith, Focusing, PhotoshopCAFE


Three basic tips for using artificial lighting for food photography

When you shoot with artificial lighting, you have all the control over it. But, there’s a lot to have in mind if you want to get your shots just the way you want them. In this informative video, Joanie Simon of The Bite Shot discusses the three most important things that you should always keep […] The post Three basic tips for using artificial lighting for food photography appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Studio Photography, Studio Lighting, Food Photography, Studio Lights, How To Use Studio Lights, Studio Light, Joanie Simon, The Bite Shot


The Waning Moon transits Cancer from Monday, October 29, to Wednesday, October 31, during the Gemini Disseminating Moon Phase

Here are the activities most suited to the monthly transit of the Moon in the Cardinal Water Sign of Cancer, also taking into account the Phase the Moon is in and including Moon Gardening traditional lore and tips.
Tags: Psychology, Art, Astronomy, Australia, Tutorials, Moon, Sun, Planets, Asteroids, Ebook, Spiritual, Astrology, Readings, Ingress, Constellations, NSW


Quick tips for choosing the perfect background for outdoor portraits

When shooting portraits, the background is one of the things you need to be mindful about. And if you shoot outdoors, you don’t have so much control over it as you do in the studio. In this video, photographer David Bergman will give you a few quick tips for choosing the perfect background and improve […] The post Quick tips for choosing the perfect background for outdoor portraits appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Outdoor, Backgrounds, Background, Portrait Photography, Adorama, David Bergman, Outdoor Portraits, Outdoor Shooting


256 shades of grey – 8 vs 10-Bit bit depth explained

Bit depth is a term we hear floating around a lot in the worlds of photography and video. And, with the latter of those two topics, many confuse bit depth with bitrate. But what exactly is bit depth? In this video from ZY Productions, we look at the topic of bit depth to find out […] The post 256 shades of grey – 8 vs 10-Bit bit depth explained appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, 8 Bit, ZY Productions, 10 Bit, Bit Depth


The Waning Moon transits Gemini from Saturday, October 27, to Monday, October 29, between the Taurus Full Moon and the Gemini Disseminating Moon Phase

Here are the activities most suited to the monthly transit of the Moon in the Mutable Air Sign of Gemini, also taking into account the Phase the Moon is in and including Moon Gardening traditional lore and tips.
Tags: Psychology, Art, Astronomy, Australia, Tutorials, Moon, Sun, Planets, Ebook, Spiritual, Astrology, Readings, Ingress, Constellations, NSW, Full Moon


Three ways to get a good exposure on film with and without a light meter

Although meters in digital cameras have come a very long way and become extremely advanced, metering with film often isn’t so simple. With digital, even if your camera’s meter isn’t that great, you can quickly and easily see the results on the histogram to know if they’re right and adjust accordingly. But for film, we […] The post Three ways to get a good exposure on film with and without a light meter appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Film, Tutorials, Analog, Exposure, Analogue, Jay P Morgan, The Slanted Lens


The Waxing/Waning Moon transits Taurus from Thursday, October 25, to Saturday, October 27, during the Taurus Full Moon Phase

Here are the activities most suited to the monthly transit of the Moon in the Fixed Earth Sign of Taurus, also taking into account the Phase the Moon is in and including Moon Gardening traditional lore and tips.
Tags: Psychology, Art, Astronomy, Australia, Tutorials, Moon, Sun, Planets, Ebook, Spiritual, Astrology, Readings, Ingress, Constellations, NSW, Mt Warning


Seven reasons to use practical lights and raise your videos to a higher level

Practical lighting can give so much more interest and depth to your cinematography work. In this video, Benny from Aputure shares seven reasons to use practicals to add a new dimension to your work. 1. Establish mood Practical lighting communicates more than meets the eye. It shows the environments with more intensity and adds mood […] The post Seven reasons to use practical lights and raise your videos to a higher level appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Lighting, Lighting Tips, Aputure, Benny, Creative Lighting, Cinematic Lighting, Practical Lights


Five ways to bump local exposure without dodging

Dodging is a good way to draw attention to the subject in your image. However, it comes with certain drawbacks, and sometimes alternative methods are a better solution. In this video, Jonathan Lee Martin gives you five alternatives to dodging that will make your subject pop without harming your image. When you dodge specific areas […] The post Five ways to bump local exposure without dodging appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Image Editing, Photography, Tutorials, Editing, Dodge, Lightroom, Photo Editing, Exposure, Adobe Lightroom, Photo Editing Tips, Dodge And Burn, Lightroom Tips, Jonathan Lee Martin


Fill flash explained – take stunning outdoor portrait photography with a flash

Taking portraits in bright sunlight has been a bit of a no-no for a long time but the truth is that you can actually get stunning results if you use a fill flash. The results look awesome and give a high-end feel to any outdoor portrait and the best thing is that it’s really not […] The post Fill flash explained – take stunning outdoor portrait photography with a flash appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Outdoor, Outdoor Photography, Flash Photography, Outdoor Portraits, Ed Gregory, Overpowering the Sun, Photos in Color


Get What You Want Faster with These 3 Relationship-Building Tips

I’m not too humble to proclaim that clear communication is my strong suit. Each day, I make a concerted effort... Continue Reading The post Get What You Want Faster with These 3 Relationship-Building Tips appeared first on Copyblogger.
Tags: Productivity, Featured, Tutorials, Blogging


Five innovative ways to isolate the subject in your photos

I have no idea where I first heard this, but it’s extremely true: “the main difference between painting and photography is that the painters need to work hard to put things into their images, whereas photographers have to work hard to take things out of their images.” Painters start with a blank canvas, and every […] The post Five innovative ways to isolate the subject in your photos appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Portrait, Photography, Tutorials, Light, Backgrounds, Background, Portrait Photography, Subject, Aaron Cederberg