In this episode Mark goes over a very basic 3 light setup for those who are looking to buy their first portrait light kit.
Follow Mark on Twitter: @jmarkwallace In this episode Mark explains how to shoot tethered using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3.0. Shooting tethered allows you to connect your camera to your computer and capture your shots in realtime. For equipment details and to view and read related videos and articles at the Adorama Learning Center, go here: www.adorama.com Visit www.adorama.com for more photography videos! Send your questions to: AskMark@Adorama.com
In this episode Mark talks about using a fast shutter speed to freeze motion. This is a great technique that can be used to capture sports or even kids on the move!
See shots of the Mets hat here: www.flickr.com In the first of several episodes on metering, Mark Wallace talks about ETTL metering and different metering modes.
In this episode Mark explains why f/2.8 is a large aperture opening and f/22 is a small aperture opening. Mark also discusses the meanings of the numbers on many lenses. Visit www.adorama.com for more photography videos!
In this episode Mark Wallace discusses how different sources of light affect the colors of your photographs. Mark explains color temperature and white balance, and demonstrates how you can get the most accurate color in your images.
In this episode Mark talks about sync speed and how to use a studio strobe to freeze action.
This week is the second episode in a four-part series about metering. In this episode, Mark will explain exposure compensation. He will also demonstrate this and show us how to use it correctly.
In this episode Mark talks about panning. Panning is an easy way to create motion in your images. Use it for shooting sports, kids or anytime you want to create some motion in your shots.
In this episode Mark shares 8 tips for capturing great fireworks photos.
To see how the set was built click here: www.youtube.com Follow Mark on Twitter: @jmarkwallace In this episode Mark talks about shooting video with a DSLR. This is the first of several episodes on this topic. This episode’s topics include stability, focus, camera movement, and controlling light entering the lens.
In this episode Mark explains what stops are and how they are used to adjust exposure settings on your camera. Follow Mark on twitter: @jmarkwallace
In this episode Mark talks about the basics of exposure. Learn how the Aperture, Shutter and ISO work together to control how an image is exposed.