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Two great videos from Michael Hoffman over at tipsquirrel.com on how to migrate your Lightroom catalog and adding a top level folder for to keep all folders organized. The two videos are also added to our Video Tutorials – Post Processing Skills and Workflows page under our Blog section where you’ll find other useful video tutorials as well.
Source - tipsquirrel.com
Reflectors: A Lighting Tutorial – The Slanted Lens
Combining Strobes and Reflectors: A Lighting Tutorial – The Slanted Lens
Kai over at DigitalRev got a great video up on the Do’s and Don’ts for street photography. The best part is that the video is shot here in town, Hong Kong. Check out the video, pretty informative and Kai as usual, is lots of fun. If you want to know more about street photography, check out DigitalRev TV’s article on 5 Tips for Street Photography Beginners.
Source – DigitalRev TV
Each week, we look for video tutorials from all over the internet which we think can enhance not just your studio photography skills, but lighting skills as a whole, both in the studio and out on the set. For this week, three new videos from The Slanted Lens are added to our Video Tutorials – Studio Photography & Lighting Skills Page -
- Balancing Strobes with Daylight: A lighting Tutorial
- Reflectors: A Lighting Tutorial
- Strobes and Reflectors: A Lighting Tutorial
If you have time, check out our Video Tutorials – Post Processing Skills and Workflows Page and Video Tutorials – Misc… Interviews, Photography Tips… etc Page as well under our Blog Section or follow us on Twitter, @pamworkshop, for all the latest news in photography.
We have added a few more videos to our Blog sub-section and have further subdivided the video tutorials into three main sections:
- Studio Photography & Lighting Skills
- Post Processing & Workflows
- Misc… Interviews… Photography Tips… Equipments…
From here at PASM Workshop, we hope you all enjoy the videos we compiled and should there be any suggestions on great videos we should include for others as well, please drop us a comment. Many Thanks.
We will be adding a new section on HDSLR later next week so stay tuned.
We just launched an extension page, Video Tutorials Page (http://pasmworkshop.com/blog/video-tutorials/) to our Blog Page. In this page, you can find video tutorials from all over the internet in which we compiled for you, videos which we think can enhance not just your studio photography skills, but lighting skills as a whole. Hope you find these videos useful.
We will be adding more videos along the way, check back often.