Kelby Training — Close-Up: Continuing in Macro Photography By Bill Fortney
English | 01 Hours 03 Minutes | 640×360 | H264 | 29.97fps 861kbps | AAC 44.1khz | 389MB
After teaching the basics of macro photography, Bill Fortney returns to get more in-deph with the techniques he demonstrated in Close Up: An Introduction to Macro Photography. Go in the studio with Bill as he shows you the set-up process and camera settings for several clever and easy-to-do macro shots – all it really takes is patience and discipline. Bill goes over his equipment and how each piece plays its part in a given shot. Plus, you’ll pick up some great tips that Bill has learned during his career from his own experiences and from other photographers along the way.
Introduction (03:54) Bill goes over his equipment for this course and gives you a quick reminder of the important takeaways from his intro class..
Stock Photography (08:02) These kinds of shots make for great stock photography or accents to hang on a wall..
Shooting a Lemon with Bubbles (02:51) Bill shows you how to make one of his most popular shots using a desk lamp, a lemon, soda water and a flower vase..
Reflection and Color (04:33) This shot uses reflection and color to make something as simple as a cheese grater look interesting..
Lighting, Color Temperature, and Angles (05:32) A desk lamp is all the lighting you need and it\’s versatile. Bill also talks about color temperature and how to set up the camera to get the best shot by shooting at an angle..
Oil and Water (07:56) Part of the fun of macro photography is seeing how creative you can get. Bill turns the studio into his lab and makes some interesting and creative colorful shots by shooting through oil and water..
Adding a Flash (06:03) Bill shows you an easy way to alter the color using a remote flash and gel..
Magnifying with Droplets (07:03) This creative shot is one of Bill\’s favorites: magnify an out-of-focus background through tiny droplets..
Timing and Flash (03:53) Bill uses commander mode to simplify what most believe to be a difficult shot..
Photographing Smoke (05:42) Learn how to make a cool smoke shot using a flower pod and a match..
Greater Than Life Size (07:49) Bill shows the most difficult aspect of macro photography — getting extremely close up. Then, he ends his lesson with some tips to help you improve your photography..
Course Time: 01 Hours 03 Minutes
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