I recently uploaded quite a few concert photos, so I thought it would be appropriate to share a few tips on concert photography.
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Yes, Photoshop CS2 has a red-eye removal tool, but it doesn’t always work so well. This technique takes a bit more work, but it’s guaranteed to work.
Want to learn more? Read on.
Philippine photographer Parc Cruz has posted a nice tutorial on Flickr for what he describes as his Contact Lens Workflow. Though I don’t agree with him on all the different steps, I definitely can’t argue with the results.
I’ve just started processing images from an event that involved two photographers with three cameras – it isn’t fun. What makes my job even tougher is the fact that the clocks on the three cameras aren’t synchronized. Fortunately, I’ve found a way to fix the problem.
… from your camera. Everybody, it seems, uses the delete button on their cameras. Hey, there must be a reason it’s there, right? Heck, I know I’m guilty of abusing this button too.
It’s about time though that we make this delete button obsolete.
In the whole Strobist spirit of finding inexpensive ways of playing with light, I made some grid spots for my flash.
If you’re looking for instructions on making these little babies, stop right now. On the other hand, if you’re looking for examples of how these grids work, read on.