[kelbyTraining com] Dave Black Lightpainting Grand Landscapes| Size : 1.54GB Description All files in 720p. Enjo! Introduction (02:21) Join Dave on location in Grand Tetons National Park as he goes over the concepts that will be covered in this class. Lightpainting Gear (12:55) From cameras to tripods to light sources, Dave covers it all. Site Survey: Moulton Barn (05:35) Scouting your location in the daylight hours is helpful for looking for shooting angles, safety concerns, and getting yourself set up for a successful night time shoot. Lightpainting Moulton Barn: Part 1 (21:08) With the sun having set, Dave is at the Moulton Barns on Mormon Row with the Teton range in the background getting set up for the first lightpainting. Lightpainting Moulton Barn: Part 2 (15:37) Learn how to perform Dave’s soft focus lightpainting technique. Site Survey: Corral Barn (04:12) A new location requires a new daytime site survey. Lightpainting Corral Barn: Part 1 (15:19) Every location brings its own set of characteristics, challenges, and beauty. Site Survey: Schwabacher Landing (07:40) Schwabacher landing is along a waterway and…
Kelby Training – Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 Crash Course by Matt Kloskowski English| Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, stereo (eng) MP4| Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280×720, 29.97 fps(r) (eng)| 1,7GB Genre: Video Tutorial
Kelby Training – Outdoor Lifestyle Photography By Erik Valind (2012) English| Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, stereo (und) MOV| Video: h264, yuv420p, 768×432, 75.00 fps(r) (und)| 1.8GB Genre: Video Tutorial
Kelby Training – Video Production : Final Cut Pro To Premiere English| Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, stereo FLV| Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280×720, 29.97 fps(r)| 587MB Genre: Video Tutorial
Kelby Training – High School Football Photography By Dave Black English| Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, stereo (und) MOV| Video: h264, yuv420p, 986×554, 75.00 fps(r) (und)| 1.90GB Genre: Video Tutorial
KelbyTraining – There Are No Bad Originals English | 854×480 | H264 | 29.97fps 789kbps | AAC 128kbps | 525 MB Genre: Video Training
Scott Kelby is the editor and publisher of Photoshop User Magazine, Layers magazine (the how-to magazine for everything Adobe and President of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP). And is President of the software training, education, and publishing firm Kelby Media Group.In Part 1, learn professional techniques for making your subjects look their very best using Adobe Photoshop.In Part 2 of this course, Scott goes over some more retouching techniques, including how to soften skin, add skin contrast, touch up clothing and backgrounds, remove blemishes, and alter the nose of your subject.
Kelby Training – Composition: The Strongest Way of Seeing By Rick Sammon 8xFlash Video | ~1024 kb/s | 852×480 | 1 Hour 34 Min | English: AAC, 16 kb/s (2 ch) | 764 mb Genre: Photography Recently, Scott Kelby came up with an idea on how to teach photography composition in a way that would make people truly “get it” in just about an hour. He held his class in an open amphitheater on a balmy, starry, Florida night with 150 students in attendance to share some professional secrets that will get you thinking the next time you go out and shoot.
There are many challenges to shooting concerts. Photographers have to deal with variable lighting conditions, moving subjects, tight spaces, and a limited time to get the shots they need. Concert photographers Scott Diussa and Alan Hess share some of what they have learned during their years of experience. They talk about their choices for camera gear, their shooting styles, how to anticipate shots, how to get a photo pass and signing releases, working around obstructions, lighting considerations, and the importance of shooting in spot-metering mode. The bad news is that it’s tough to make a living as a concert photographer, but both of these instructors agree, it is a very rewarding hobby as a photographer.