Photography News September 21, 2020 

//Photography News September 21, 2020 

Photography News September 21, 2020

Newsflash: SlickPic is proud to be a sponsor of the 13th annual, Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photo Walk. No matter what continent you are on, where you are in your photography journey, or what type of camera or phone you use, this is the excuse you have been waiting for to get out, explore your city, go take some amazing photos, virtually connect and share your photos with other photographers from around the world, and be entered to win some amazing prizes!

Learn more:

Quote: “If you want to be a better photographer, stand in front of more interesting stuff.” – Jim Richardson

Four Ways To Develop Your Visual Intuition 
Art of Texture Blending – Jason Odell 41m, good intro w a few problems
Should You Spend More On A Camera Or Spend More On Lenses? 
Use this New, Easier Method to Replace Backgrounds in Photoshop 
How to Swap Faces in Photoshop
Things to Avoid During a Boudoir Photo Session (Lesson 4)

Thought for the day: How best to improve your photography?
Roger Cicala of LnesRentals talks about what part of your equipment to improve first. He has a mathematical discussion in his blog on this. But I’d suggest for most people, most of the time, the single piece of hardware that can most improve the quality of their pictures is a good quality tripod, if they use it correctly (Image stabilization off, remote release, careful scene composition, etc.).
But I’d also suggest what would be of the most value to most photographers (myself included) is to take workshops where there are evaluations of photos made during the workshop.  Getting feedback is hard.  And frequently in competitions the subjects that different people turn in are different than yours. In a workshop you are all photographing in the same (sand dune/garden/city street/etc.) so it is easier to learn from critiques from all the students in the workshop.  This isn’t the only reason to take workshops.

Artist of the Week/Portfolio:  Cosplay Photographer Jay Tablante


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