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Photographer David Bergman's latest entry in Adorama's Two Minute Tips series is all about reflectors. Reflectors are amazing tools for many types of photography, although they are often used in portrait photography. Not only are there different reflector sizes, which can change the way that your image is lit, but they also come in different patterns, shapes and colors. In the video bel
We've seen plenty of videos of photographers capturing portraits during golden hour lighting conditions. It's often not too difficult to get really nice light when the sun is low. However, you don't always have the luxury of shooting during these times. What if you want to capture natural-light portraits during the middle of the day, when the sun is high and the light is harsh? In h
You typically shoot with your lens attached to your camera, right? What happens when you shoot through a lens detached from the camera? In the latest episode of Two Minute Tips with David Bergman, he explores the topic of "freelensing." Using a Canon 5D Mark IV with a Canon 50mm f/1.4 lens, Bergman tries using the lens at different angles detached from the camera. It's similar to a Lensbaby
A holy grail timelapse is when you make a timelapse which goes from day to night or vice versa. As you can imagine, this situation poses unique challenges, particularly with respect to exposure and color balance shifting over time as the lighting conditions change. In the video below, David Bergman shows us how to make a holy grail timelapse in the latest video in his Two Minute Tips video seri
Some filter effects can be replicated via Photoshop, such as a graduated neutral density filter used to darken the sky in an image. However, some physical filters cannot be replaced, including a polarizing filter and a solid neutral density filter. In the video below, David Bergman shows us the impact a neutral density filter has on your photography. With a neutral density filter, you can slow
As part of their ongoing "Two Minute Tips" video series, Adorama and photographer David Bergman have released a new video about recreating natural light using a single flash. Some photographers spend a lot of money trying to artificially recreate the look of the sun. However, you need not spend thousands of dollars to pull off a very natural-looking appearance. Check out Bergman's video below
Professional photographer and educator David Bergman has an ongoing video series for Adorama TV, "Two Minute Tips," in which he shares great tips and tricks for many photography-related topics in roughly two minutes - the title doesn't pull any punches. In the latest episode, seen below, Bergman discusses lens hoods. Lens hoods are something we often take for granted. Most lenses come with on
Photographer - and Canon Explorer of Light - David Bergman is back with another episode of "Two Minute Tips" for Adorama TV. The latest video is about composition. This simple trick is to fill your frame. It may seem obvious, but a lot of photographs have unnecessary space around their subject. Sometimes negative space can enhance your image, but in many cases, you can make a stronger photo by ge


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