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The Practicing Photographer (Обновлено 16.08.2018)
Страна: США
Тематика: Фотосъемка
Производитель: Lynda
Сайт производителя: The Practicing Photographer
Автор: Ben Long
Тип раздаваемого материала: Видеоурок
Продолжительность: 30:04:00
Год выпуска: 2013-2018
Язык: Английский
Перевод: Субтитры
Язык субтитров: Английский
Описание: In The Practicing Photographer, photographer and teacher Ben Long shares a weekly serving of photographic instruction and inspiration. Each installment focuses on a photographic shooting scenario, a piece of gear, or a software technique. Each installment concludes with a call to action designed to inspire you to pick up your camera (or your mouse or smartphone) to try the technique for yourself.
В «Практикующем фотографе» фотограф и учитель Бен Лонг еженедельно делятся своими навыками. Каждая часть фокусируется на сценарии фотографической съемки, части механизма или программного обеспечения. Каждая часть заканчивается призывом к действию, призванным вдохновить вас взять вашу камеру, чтобы опробовать технику на себе.
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Introduction
Introducing The Practicing Photographer
The Practicing Photographer
01-Choosing a camera
02-Looking at light as a subject
03-Using a small reflector to add fill light
04-Editing photo metadata with PhotosInfo Pro for iPad
05-Let your lens reshape you
06-Compositing street photography images with Photoshop
07-Expand your filter options with step-up and step-down rings
08-Shooting without a memory card
09-Give yourself a year-long assignment
10-Working with reflections
11-Exploring mirrorless cameras
12-Batch processing photos with the Adobe Image Processor
13-Limiting yourself to a fixed-focal-length lens
14-Creating tiny worlds Shooting technique
15-Creating tiny worlds Post-processing techniques
16-Shooting macro shots on an iPhone
17-Using a tripod
18-Wildlife and staying present
19-Batch exposure adjustments on raw files
20-Why Shoot Polaroid
21-Seizing an opportunity
22-Four photographers do a light-as-subject exercise
23-Shooting macro bug photos with a reversed lens
24-Varnishing a photo for a painterly effect
25-Shooting wildlife
26-Discussion on how to shoot architecture
27-Using a lens hood
28-Working with themes
29-Setting up an HDR time lapse
30-Processing an HDR time lapse
31-Two perspectives on travel photography
32-Scanning Photos
33-Photo assignment shooting an egg
34-Reviewing the egg shot images
35-Shooting in your own backyard
36-Jpeg iPad import process
37-Shooting a product shot in open shade
38-Reviewing the product shotimages
39-Warming up
40-Taking a panning action shot
41-Scanning polaroid negatives and processing in Photoshop
42-Shooting a silhouette
43-Going with an ultra-light gear configuration
44-Working with masks and calculations in Photoshop
45-Working with flash for macro photography
46-Colorizing a black and white photo in Photoshop
47-Using duct tape and zip ties in the field
48-When the on camera flash is casting a shadow
49-Using Lightroom on the road
50-Listening to your camera to get good exposure
51-Shooting a successful self portrait with a phone
52-Switching to Lightroom from another application
53-Photographing animals in wildlife refuges
54-Shooting level
55-Photoshop and Automator
56-Shooting when the light is flat
57-Discussing the business of stock photography
58-Shooting tethered to a monitor
59-Making a 360 degree panorama on the iPhone
60-Understanding the three flash setup
61-Shooting a three flash portrait
62-Understanding the differences with third party lenses
63-Understanding why files look different on depending on device
64-Working with a geotagging app on the iPhone
65-Using high speed flash sync to dim ambient light
66-Using your iPad as a second monitor
67-Understanding exposure with a leaf shutter camera
68-Photography practice through mimicry
69-Canon wireless flash with built in radio control
70-Posing and shooting pairs of people
71-Shooting with a shape in mind
72-Shooting tethered to a laptop
73-Softboxes vs. umbrellas
74-Getting your project out into the world
75-Exploring how to think about shooting a new environment
76-Discussing the book "The Passionate Photographer" with Steve Simon
77-Highlighting iOS 8 updates on the iPhone5S
78-Exploring manual controls with iOS 8 and ProCamera
79-Understanding how to compose with an empty sky
80-Using an iPhone to make a print in the darkroom
81-How to use glycerin as a photography tool
82-Understanding micro focus adjustment and Lens Align
83-Working with hair in post
84-Taking a quick portrait and directing a subject
85-Getting inspired through the work of others
86-Taking a flattering portrait with flash
87-Creating an unaligned HDR image
88-Exploring how to use Bokeh
89-Shooting stills from a drone
90-Using a monitor to get a first person view of the aerial camera
91-Understanding lens profile correction
92-Working with models
93-Understanding the labels on SD cards
94-Setting up a macro time lapse of a flower
95-Taking a portrait that's tightly cropped or slightly obscured
96-Tips for shooting panoramas
97-Carrying a point-and-shoot camera
98-Adjusting the color of shadows in an image
99-Evaluating camera-strap options
100-The 100th Practicing Photographer
101-Using light-pollution maps for planning night shoots
102-Shooting a series of star shots for a stack
103-Stitching together stacks of stars
104-Understanding how to clean sensor dust
105-Dry sensor cleaning
106-Cleaning the sensor with moisture
107-Composing in the center
108-Working with an electronic shutter control
109-Understanding how to use the Wi-Fi feature in some cameras
110-Exploring the software equivalent to graduated ND (neutral density) filters
111-Don't be predictable in your framing
112-Shooting with ND filter and flash to balance subject and background exposure
113-Understanding when to go low contrast
114-Reasons for shooting images alone
115-Working with colored lens filters and converting to black and white
116-Waiting for a subject when the light is good
117-Understanding options for tripod heads
118-Shooting a slow-shutter zoom-and-spin shot for light effect
119-Shooting and processing a long exposure at night
120-Getting creative with image curation
121-Why equivalent lenses don't always meter the same
122-Pulling stills from a time lapse
123-Composing an image using what you have
124-Using good photography skills always
125-Converting an image to B&W with Lightroom and Photoshop
126-Critiquing images from a group photo event
127-Taking the "why not" kind of shot
128-Using a MIDI Lightroom controller
129-Vignetting
130-Thinking about shooting a metaphor image
131-Evaluating different lenses with the same focal length
132-Looking at anti-shine options for a natural looking portrait
133-Exploring monopod options
134-Shooting a product shot on black glass
135-Shooting three images without leaving your chair
136-Exploring options with high-speed video
137-Light painting with a drone at night
138-Inspire
139-Taking a look at Google Photos
140-Using your iPad as a cintique for photo editing
141-The future of drone technology
142-Correcting a B&W image for print
143-Minimizing camera baggage
144-Using the Dehaze feature in Lightroom
145-What makes a good photograph
146-The importance of a catch light
147-Working without a tripod
148-Printer options
149-Looking at tilt shift options in post
150-Handing out business cards as a photographer
151-Shooting time-lapse panos with an egg timer
152-Developing a photographic style
153-Understanding the wide-angle macro lens
154-Shooting with a wide-angle macro lens
155-Avoiding the intimidation factor in photography
156-Editing photos using a bigger screen
157-Understanding JPEG profiles in raw processing
158-Exploring image processing in Snapseed
159-The relationship between saturation and brightness
160-Working with Smart Objects in Photoshop
161-Using a table or other surface to support a tiny tripod
162-Storytelling through photographic images
163-Understanding how cameras handle ISO and low light
164-Exploring lo-fi printing options
165-Making a transition from photo to video
166-Contrast and phase detection in cameras
167-IOS macro photography gear
168-Getting access to photographic subjects
169-Shooting a handheld macro focus stack
170-Post-processing a handheld macro focus stack
171-Understanding the job of a photojournalist
172-Converting a camera to infrared
173-Introduction to Bob Sober macro bug photographer
174-Finding a macro insect project to shoot
175-IR Conversion Part 2
176-Macro insect photography gear and setup
177-Raw editing in Lightroom mobile
178-Shooting a macro insect shot
179-Macro insect photo editing workflow
180-Editing an Infrared image
181-A brief history of photography
182-Workflow with Lightroom for mobile
183-You probably already have a full frame camera
184-How to look at a photograph
185-Shooting with a Petzval lens
186-Nighttime drone photography using a cube light
187-Photographing water from a drone at night using a second drone
188-Remembering that your photographic vision matters
189-Using the face detection built into the camera
190-Working with raw files on the iPhone
191-Using the gimble as a camera stabilizer
192-What is a low-pass filter
193-Exploring the Litchi software app for drone photography
194-Lindsay Addario's book "It's What I Do"
195-Photography with drones in an immersive view
196-F-stops vs t-stops Understanding what this means
197-Teleconverters and lenses
198-Cards speeds and newer formats in cameras
199-Recovering details and exposure settings
200-Understanding Raids and when to use them
201-Media card care
202-Dual slot
203-Adding EXIF viewer to your phone
204-Shooting raw on iOS and Android with other apps
205-Exploring smart previews
206-Shooting aerial photos from a helicopter
207-Camera raw filter in Photoshop
208-Flying and photo batteries
209-Using improv to improve your photography
210-Partial vignettes on photos
211-Addressing the concept of luck in photography
212-Options for making a stand for VR cameras
213-360 image editing plugins
214-Review of drones that are meant for selfies
215-Using a gimbal with an SLR
216-Review of drones that are meant for selfies
217-Telling a story with nine images
218-Respecting culture and subjects in photos
219-Photographing an iconic city or just a hometown
220-Looking at the Nikon KeyMission
221-Should you be shooting in 4K
222-Using metadata to sort and find images in a catalogue
223-Scanning images for preservation and restoration
224-Using images to find additional information
225-Choosing a lens
226-Switching camera systems
227-Getting faster performance out of Lightroom
228-Looking at video options on the Fuji X-T2
229-Filling a media card to find images
230-Media card challenge image review
231-Using 360 drones
232-Finding your place in the photo market
233-VR gimbals
234-State of the commercial photo industry
235-Working with a photo subject
236-Posing a photo subject
237-Diversifying to broaden your projects
238-Framing and safety
239-Seeing accurate white in images
240-Building Smart Previews in Lightroom
241-Getting the best images by increasing the amount you shoot
242-Colorize-it.com for colorizing black and white images
243-Processing older images in a newer RAW processor
244-Taking a safari through your own images
245-Looking at custom book options for showcasing photos
246-Shooting with two cameras simultaneously
247-Making images in color intentionally
248-RAW converter options
249-Drone flight
250-Basic abstract photography
251-Aspect ratio
252-Focus lock on your camera
253-Getting commercial photography clients
254-Using Adobe Bridge for renaming
255-Using the Astropad app
256-Working with dim sunlight
257-Configuring dual cards
258-Comparing the Fuji GFX and the Hasselblad X1D
259-Long lens options
260-Moving images from catalogs
261-Photography education
262-Large sensors and dynamic range
263-The state of commercial photography
264-In-camera focus stacking
265-Photoshop alternatives: Capture One Pro
266-Exposure isn't everything
267-Why shoot film?
268-Culling
269-Photoshop alternatives: Luminar Pro [no subs]
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ivycrew · 18-Авг-18 19:39 (спустя 1 год 3 месяца, ред. 18-Авг-18 19:39)

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Внимание, раздача обновлена!
11.05.2017 - Добавлены новые видеоуроки:
206 - Shooting aerial photos from a helicopter
207 - Camera raw filter in Photoshop
25.05.2017 - Добавлены новые видеоуроки:
208 - Flying and photo batteries
209 - Using improv to improve your photography
08.06.2017 - Добавлены новые видеоуроки:
210 - Partial vignettes on photos
211 - Addressing the concept of luck in photography
11.09.2017 - Добавлены новые видеоуроки:
212 - Options for making a stand for VR cameras
213 - 360 image editing plugins
214 - Review of drones that are meant for selfies
215 - Using a gimbal with an SLR
216 - Review of drones that are meant for selfies
217 - Telling a story with nine images
218 - Respecting culture and subjects in photos
219 - Photographing an iconic city or just a hometown
220 - Looking at the Nikon KeyMission
221 - Should you be shooting in 4K
222 - Using metadata to sort and find images in a catalogue
223 - Scanning images for preservation and restoration
224 - Using images to find additional information
225 - Choosing a lens
05.10.2017 - Добавлены новые видеоуроки:
226 - Switching camera systems
227 - Getting faster performance out of Lightroom
228 - Looking at video options on the Fuji X-T2
229 - Filling a media card to find images
18.01.2018 - Добавлены новые видеоуроки:
230 - Media card challenge image review
231 - Using 360 drones
232 - Finding your place in the photo market
233 - VR gimbals
234 - State of the commercial photo industry
235 - Working with a photo subject
236 - Posing a photo subject
237 - Diversifying to broaden your projects
238 - Framing and safety
239 - Seeing accurate white in images
240 - Building Smart Previews in Lightroom
05.04.2018 - Добавлены новые видеоуроки:
241 - Getting the best images by increasing the amount you shoot
242 - Colorize-it.com for colorizing black and white images
243 - Processing older images in a newer RAW processor
244 - Taking a safari through your own images
245 - Looking at custom book options for showcasing photos
246 - Shooting with two cameras simultaneously
247 - Making images in color intentionally
248 - RAW converter options
249 - Drone flight
250 - Basic abstract photography
251 - Aspect ratio
16.08.2018 - Добавлены новые видеоуроки:
252 - Focus lock on your camera
253 - Getting commercial photography clients
254 - Using Adobe Bridge for renaming
255 - Using the Astropad app
256 - Working with dim sunlight
257 - Configuring dual cards
258 - Comparing the Fuji GFX and the Hasselblad X1D
259 - Long lens options
260 - Moving images from catalogs
261 - Photography education
262 - Large sensors and dynamic range
263 - The state of commercial photography
264 - In-camera focus stacking
265 - Photoshop alternatives: Capture One Pro
266 - Exposure isn't everything
267 - Why shoot film?
268 - Culling
269 - Photoshop alternatives: Luminar Pro [no subs]
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