WEEKLY WRAP UP February 12, 2016
From the noBs photosuccess Inner Circle Members forum
If this site doesn’t spur with you with creative ideas, that you could toy with, I don’t know what will.
Click on editorial choice, to see the different Volumes. WOW!! CLICK HERE
Nikon D5 and D500:
Attention Nikon aficionados! Interested in discussing
your experience with the D5 and D500? Join here.
Baseball In January
One of our moderators, Randy, posted some off the hook
shots of a high school baseball team. Click here
for a look at the other shots which were taken
for a national publication.
New To Boudoir and Portrait Photography But No Studio
NoBs member Brad posted the following: “As a photographer that doesn’t own a studio,
what would you guys suggest doing when just getting into boudoir and portrait
photography? If I am looking to start to build a boudoir portfolio, how do I go
about getting clients if I have no work to show potential clients as a portfolio?
Do I shoot for free and pay to rent a hotel room or studio and hair and make up
artist? Any help would be greatly appreciated.” Click here to read the great advice
Poor Man’s Corel Painter
Are you interested in adding painting to your photography arsenal but can’t
afford the software? Marian found a free painting software which
he says rivals Corel. Click here for the details:
One Light Headshots
Lighting doesn’t have to be complicated. Done
the right way, you only need one light. Our man
Jason (Anthony) has the
midas touch when it comes to rocking the one light
shot. Click here to read more.
Cheap Speedlites That Rock!
Here’s a great and inexpensive way to dip your
feet in the off camera lighting pool without breaking
the bank. Sean found these $30 speedlites on Amazon.
Click here for more details.
Million Dollar Photo
Is it a rare photo of a strange new planet located
in the outer reaches of our universe? No. It’s
a photo of a potato. You read that right. It sold
for $1 million. Click here to read more and get the
link to the story.
Fuzzy Duenkel Advanced Training series coming up in Feb 2016:
One thing is certain. In portrait photography having control over your lighting
and creating images that sell based on your lighting abilities can make all the
difference in whether or not your create a steady demand for your photography.
And profits. After all, isn’t that the bottom line? Profits. Success.
Creating stunning portraits is all about good lighting. Created consistently, over and over.
Join us for part 2 in the 4-part series with one of the best lighting
gurus in the industry. Click here for more.
Pet Photos For Rescue Group
Here’s a great post from Ernie who regularly donates his time and skills
to a rescue group for cats. He’s shared pull back shots and explanations
of how he created the posters to help get these felines into a
good home. Click here for some great info.
Creative Cross Training with Brian DeMint Feb 18/2016
Have your images critiqued by Brian. First come first served…..click this link for details.
Yours in Photography and all things NoBs,
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