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In this GDC 2016 talk, Seasun's Chris Hepler explains how game writers can learn facts fast enough to make their game stand up to expert scrutiny and sound like an expert. ...
As hard-working engineers and programmers continue to improve artificial intelligence, it will likely play an ever-growing influence in our lives, including with respect to photography and photo editing. Florida-based Excire, Inc. has announced a pair of new plug-ins for Lightroom, Excire Search and Excire Search Pro, which are designed to leverage the power of artificial intelligence to analyze
Photographer Adam Gibbs recently visited Needle Peak and Flatiron Mountain in the British Columbian alpines. These picturesque places provide ample opportunity for shooting with ultra wide angle lenses. Ultra wide lenses do an awesome job at capturing wide, expansive environments. However, it's very easy to capture too much of a scene and not have a strong enough subject. Wide angle photogr
When shooting with a wide-angle lens, one of the sacrifices you make is that it is difficult to attain a shallow depth of field. In some cases, that's no problem. For example, when shooting a landscape shot, more depth of field is almost always a good thing. However, what if you want to shoot portraits with a wide lens. Can you still get a nice blurry background? David Bergman says that you
Earlier today, Phase One announced the newest version of Capture One 11. With this update, they not only added new Styles, but they improved the Styles and Presets workflow, allowing users faster access and better control over editing their images. In the video tutorial below, you can learn how to apply Styles and Presets to single images and batches of images while also learning how to get ful
Fear. It is not be a topic that comes up often in photography, but it can play a very valuable role in helping you be a more creative photographer. On the other hand, fear can also negatively impact your life and your photography. How can you harness the emotion and use it to your advantage? This is the topic of photographer Dave Morrow's latest video, seen below. When you are pursuing a go
Photography is all about light. No matter what kind of photography you do, light is of central importance. Learning how to recognize, utilize and create good light (and shadows) is a critical skill. Photographer Sean Tucker has started a new video series on his YouTube channel about good light. If you capture images with good light, then you're already well on your way to a good photograph.
There are few things as universally useful and important to understand in digital photography than the histogram. There are plenty of ways to learn about the histogram, but Nathaniel Dodson of tutvid's new video is certainly a solid choice. In under ten minutes, you can learn to read a histogram properly and figure out what kind of information it contains. Further, you can learn more about ho
When shooting in low light without a flash, what should you do, increase your ISO or slow down your shutter speed? This is precisely the question photographer and educator Mark Wallace answers in his latest video for Adorama's "Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace" video series. As you'll learn in the video below -- which was filmed in Sydney, Australia -- the answer depends on the sit
Portrait photographer Irene Rudnyk regularly posts tutorials and behind the scenes videos on her YouTube channel. Her latest video is an interesting look at using table lamps to light your portrait subjects. It's not unusual for photographers to seek alternatives to expensive full studio lighting setups and it's often the case that items found around the home or office can deliver nice, i


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