Layne Kennedy demonstrates the techniques that you should use when taking panoramic photos and the settings that your digital camera needs to be set to so you get the best shots. He recommends mounting your DSLR on a tripod with the camera set on manual exposure and manual focus. You should overlap each picture by a third so your computer program can seamlessly align the pixels of each individual shot and create one great panoramic photo.
Steve Niedorf teaches you why you shouldn’t bail early on a photo shoot. When Steve’s plan for shooting the setting sun over Minneapolis fell through, he took the opportunity to create a time lapse video. You’ll learn some of the simple tips and techniques Steve likes to use to capture a professional looking time lapse.Watch Now >>
The first step to becoming a better golfer happens on the teebox. Dr. Gary Wiren and Mike Malaska believe that in order to be successful off the tee, you have to first evaluate and improve your drives, which means you should be confident in your ability, play to your tendencies and go through the same… Read more »Watch Now >>
Jessica Hinnenkamp teaches you how to properly capture outdoor portrait photography of children. She recommends shooting early in the morning or late in the day with a prime, zoom or wide lens, considering the popularity of your portrait location and scouting it out beforehand, working with different lines and textures in your photos and keeping… Read more »Watch Now >>
Using a filter as a camera lens protector has been a much-debated issue. Our resident expert photographer Steve Niedorf is here to lay out the pros and cons of using a filter to protect the front element of your camera’s lens. With the technological advances of today’s lenses, it’s important to take good care of… Read more »Watch Now >>