Who needs Photoshop! If your camera has a ‘Multiple Exposure’ option, it’s easier than ever to get creative with your portraits. Here are a trio of quick techniques you can use to create in-camera multiple exposures.
How much drama can you pack into one action shot? We show you how to set up your camera to shoot great action portraits of people on the go.
In this tutorial we show you how to shoot with high-key lighting to create portraits with extra impact. We’ll show you how to set up your camera and flash, as well as great ways to process your high-key images.
In this tutorial we’ll show you a quick mixed media technique for combining your portraits with hand drawings. Download our start file and follow along!
We show you how to spice up your portraits by adding out-of-focus effects. You’ll learn how to make bokeh in Photoshop by creating your own custom brush tip then using filters and blending modes to make bokeh.
Do your family photos often look a bit boring and posed? Here are some quick family photography tips for taking candid shots of your loved ones on location.
In his latest guest post, Scott Kelby explains how to find the perfect marriage between camera settings and flash to create a vision of beauty.
In this tutorial we share 10 quick portrait photography tips for working with what you’re given, making better compositions and inspiring great reactions from your subject.
By changing your camera angle and subject’s position, a simple window becomes a versatile light source. In this window light photography tutorial we show you how to create six strikingly different images using the same subject and window.
In our latest photography cheat sheet we’ve created a free posing guide for headshots and hands. Here you’ll find nine classic poses for beautiful head-and-shoulder portraits.