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Weekly Photography Tips

Welcome to Weekly Photo Tips. This site is dedicated to all photographers with the purpose of exposing you to cool and informative resources that could help make you a better photographer. If you are an amateur or professional, we want to help raise the l

Updated: 2017-12-15T04:39:23.016-05:00


Is this the absolute best tripod you can get for under $150?...


Is the MeFOTO RoadTrip Travel Tripod the best tripod you can get for under $150?My vote is an empathic YES! I have 4 tripods including a carbon fiber that costs almost $1,000 but my MeFOTO is the first tripod I grab heading out the door.You can also read the review written by one of our readers (a self acclaimed tripod hater) here at this link.Right now you can get the MeFOTO Travel Tripod with Ballhead that weighs just 3.5 pounds, extends up to 61.6 inches, folds down to under 15.5 inches and will support a load up to 17.6 pounds for the incredible price of just $149 (with FREE shipping).Here are some of its key features:♦ Travel Compact: The legs can be inverted and folded back 180deg. making it small enough to carry anywhere♦ Converts to Monopod: You can easily convert this tripod to a monopod without any tools♦ Two-Position Leg Angle Stops: For an extra measure of flexibility, tripod legs can be independently locked into place at two different angles to enable shooting in cramped quarters, on irregular surface areas, or at ground level♦ Recessed Center-Column Hook: A spring loaded recessed hook located in the bottom of the center-column allows you to hang weights from the center of gravity for increased stability♦ Separate Head and Pan Lock: Individual locking knobs help you make the right adjustment♦ Integral Bubble Level: Allows adjustment to prevent uneven pans and head movements♦ Quick Twist Rubber Lock Grips with Anti-Rotation Leg System: Rubberized locking grips combined with anti-rotation legs enable fast and fumble-free setup plus weather and dust-resistance♦ Top-Mount Rapid Center Column: Simple and quick fine height adjustment controls on the top♦ Precision Matched Q Series Ballhead: Dual-action heavy-duty ballhead with Arca-Swiss-style quick-release plate♦ 360-Degree Pan Index: Accurate panoramas can be easily orchestrated using the graduated panning scale for accurate image alignment♦ Compact Carry Case with Shoulder Strap: High-quality durable case with strap provides protection and transportIf you are in the market for a tripod, you really should give the MeFOTO Travel Tripod a good look. [...]

Happy Birthday America...



And a very happy 4th of July to you and yours, I hope your day will be packed full of food and fun activities with your friends and family.

If those plans include fireworks and your bringing your camera along to shoot them, here is our post on "Tips & Tricks for shooting fireworks", it will help you get the best possible fireworks images.

Have fun. Be safe.



Here are your tips & tricks for photographing fireworks...


As the 4th of July is almost upon us (and there will likely be fireworks displays for several days) I wanted to provide a few resources that will walk you through how best to photograph fireworks.

It really is much easier than you might think, with the most important tool being (other than you and your camera) a tripod.

So here are the links:

National Geographic - Photographing Fireworks

Digital Photography School - How to Photograph Fireworks Displays

Free Digital Photography Tutorial Site - Firework photography

Mason Resnick- Take Pictures of Fireworks You Can Be Proud Of

And to wrap it all up here is a short video from the Photo Tips podcast (a great resources for all things photography), in this video they will walk you through photographing fireworks (and the people watching them) from the initial setup (with detailed camera settings) to tweaking your setup and camera settings during the shoot.

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Our step-by-step gritty "Dave Hill look" tutorial...


This is a "sister" post to yesterdays "Get our free set of "Dave Hill" Photoshop actions", yes you can still get the actions and yes, they are still free.Not everyone likes actions, many folks like and enjoy the start to finish, step-by-step process of editing their images, so for those of you who do (and you know who you are), here is our step-by-step "gritty Dave Hill look" tutorial.If you have not seen the work of Dave Hill you need to, please take a minute (or an hour) and look at his incredible body of work.Now to imply that the technique I am about to show you is "just like Dave Hill's" would be a like saying my child worn minivan is just like a Ferrari. The only similarities between those two vehicles is that they both have license plates, after that all similarities pretty much come to an end.Though I do have to say that the ladies seem to love my minivan, as it is the "sport" version.;) Anyway, the technique I am going to show you will give your images that cool gritty look and will work with/for most images, but it does do its best work on high key images.Below are several images edited using this technique.And though it looks like a lot of steps, after you have done it just a couple times it will only take you about a minute to complete (really, just 60 seconds, I swear).So here goes:Step 1:Open your image in Photoshop and create a duplicate the layer.Go to "Filter" - "Other" - "High Pass" set the Radius to 4 Pixels.On the Layers palette select the "Vivid Light" blending mode.Flatten the image.Step 2:Create a duplicate the layer (again).Go to "Filter" - "Other" - "High Pass" set the Radius to 7 Pixels.On the Layers palette select the "Color" blending mode with an opacity of 40%.Flatten the image.Step 3:Create a duplicate the layer (one last time).Go to "Filter" - "Blur" - "Gaussian" set the Radius to 9.5 Pixels.Go to "Filter" - "Noise" - "Add Noise" set Amount to 3%.Got to "Layer" - "Layer Mask" - "Hide All"Now use the lasso tool and select only the eyes (assuming the image has eyes, for multiple selections hold the shift key).Go to "Select" - "Refine Edges" - set "Feather" to 5-6 pixels, then "Select" - "Inverse"Select the brush on your tool palette, set the brush opacity to 30% and brush over the entire image once.Flatten the image.Step 4:Go to "Filter" - "Sharpen" - "Unsharp Mask" and use the following settings:Amount 100%Radius 30.0 pixelsThreshold 0 LevelsThat's it, give it a try, and then try it again. We would love to see your results, so feel free to upload them to our Flickr group.Click on any of the images below to see a larger version, it will give you a better view and allow you to see exactly how the process has changed/impacted each image.(remember, click on any image to view it larger) [...]

Get our free set of "Dave Hill" Photoshop actions...



Last week we gave away our free tilt-shift action (it's still free, just follow that link), this week it's our free "Dave Hill" look action.

One of our long time readers actually created two "Dave Hill" Photoshop actions to share with everyone here on Weekly Photo Tips.

The first action is simply a "one click" and the action is applied, the second action stops at each stage of the effect allowing you to "tweak" it to your personal taste.

If you would like this set of actions along with the instructions on how to install them into Photoshop simply drop us an email and we'll get them out to you.

Click on the images to view larger.



Photography just for the fun of taking pictures...


Sometimes taking pictures is just about the fun of it, the joy of capturing the image. This past weekend I had the pleasure of photographing a 5K color run, aka "the Happiest 5k on the planet", in South Portland (Maine). We had outstanding weather, it was fun event and it was for great cause. If you are looking for a fun photography project check their website to find a color run near you. My only suggestion would be to get some protection for your camera (like a rain sleeve for under $10 here or here) as the color is mixed in a fine cornstarch and the dust is EVERYWHERE (seriously, everywhere), so protect your gear. Here are a few images from the day, click on any of them to view larger. [...]

Welcome to week 3 of Flickr Friday...


Welcome to week three of Weekly Photo Tips Flickr Friday.Today we are featuring the work of Jodi Renshaw.Jodi has been one of our Flickr Group members for some time and I really enjoy her fun and whimsical images.Check these out, and click on any image to view larger.Jodi doesn't just do "fun and whimsical" here are a couple more of her images I really like.You can check out Jodi's Flickr stream here, or her blog here.If you'd like to join our Flickr Group (and we would love to have you and your images) you can find all the details right here. [...]

Photography gear deals of the week...


Here are a few deals on some very good photo gear at great prices that may be of interest, AND they all come with free shipping.RadioPopper JrX Studio Kit with Transmitter and Receiver - $199 Giottos Vitruvian Aluminum Tripod & Monopod combo with QR Ballhead - $199Glow HexaPop 20" for portable off camera flash - R Series - $99Westcott Photo Basics 40" 5-in-1 Collapsible Reflector, 2 Pack - $49Now this last item might not be photography related (though they could be used for monitoring sound for video), but I own these headphones and they are freaking amazing and so is the price! Seriously, I own Bose headphones as well and these are far better, hands down.Able Planet Noise Canceling Over-The-Ear Headphones - $49.99 (originaly $149.00) [...]

Free "tilt-shift look" resource #3, our step-by-step Photoshop tutorial!...


This is the last in our series of "Tilt-Shift Resources":1.A DIY tilt-shift lens mount for Nikon cameras2.Free tilt-shift lens look resource #1 -  3.Free "tilt-shift look" resource #2, get our FREE Photoshop action!And we are going to wrap up the series with a "faux" tilt shift lens tutorial, so here goes.This is a quick and easy tutorial on creating the "tilt-shift look" in Photoshop.Just one thing before we jump into the tutorial, the best shots for these are wide(r) angle shots from above.And of course the image I am using for the tutorial is neither.This was an image I took during the "Occupy" protests and I really wanted the focus to be on the young lady and her sign.Here we go:1. Open up your image in Photoshop2. The first thing is to duplicate your image by either dragging it to the "create a new layer" icon, or keyboard command Ctrl + J on a PC or CMD + J on a MAC3. Then go to "Filters", "Blur", "Gaussian Blur" and set the Radius to (roughly) 104. Add a mask to the layer that you created (and blurred)5. Set you foreground color to white and background color to black6. With the mask you just created in step 5 selected, use the Marquee tool to select the area that you will want to be in focus7. Fill that selected area with black (PC - Ctrl + Back-Space, Mac - CMD + Delete)8. Then deselect (PC - Ctrl + D, Mac - CMD + D)9. Keeping the mask selected you will then go to the "Masks" tab and adjust the feathering to make it a bit smoother (around 70)10. Select your curves layer to add contrast by creating an "S" curve11. Then back to the adjustments tab and select "Vibrance" and adjust to tasteAnd the finished product.Keep in mind the numbers I used are not necessarily the ones that will work for you, but they are a good starting point. I would love to see what you come up with. [...]

Free "tilt-shift look" resource #2, get our FREE Photoshop action!...


Here is #2 in what will be a 3 part posting of free "tilt-shift look" resources.

Resource #2 is a free "Photoshop Tilt-Shift Action", yup, we said FREE and we are offering it to everyone of our readers

All you need to do to get your free Photoshop action is drop us an email and request the tilt shift action, and next week (after we have received all of your requests) we will be sending out the action (with instructions) to everyone who requested it.

Here are before and after images that demonstrate our tilt-shift action.

Click on any of these images to view them larger.

Pretty cool, huh?

So go ahead and drop us an email and we will be sure to add you to our tilt shift mailing group.


Free tilt-shift lens look resource #1...


As many of you know, we are BIG fans of the look that comes from using a tilt-shift lens, but alas most of us cannot afford one of those bad boys so we are always on the lookout for an alternative way of achieving "the look".

Well has made achieving that look even easier.

You upload your photo, you select the area you want in focus, and you are done!

Another option available at is to simply point to an image already on the web and create your tilt-shift image from there.

Below are a few samples from their gallery, and if you follow this link it will take you to 50 beautiful examples of tilt-shift photography.

Click on any of these images to view them larger.


A DIY tilt-shift lens mount for Nikon cameras...


I love DIY projects, whether its photography, home, or anything else. You get the satisfaction of doing it with your own two hands AND the finished project usually is at a significant savings.I also love the images produced by a tilt-shift lenses, so this post is a perfect combination of the two.Today we have a DIY tilt-shift lens mount for Nikon cameras, you will need a 3D printer but not to fret, if you don't have access to one locally (heck, even little old Biddeford Maine has local 3D printing resources), there are plenty of online resources that are both inexpensive AND fast (check out 3D rapid Print, Print to 3D, Ponoko, or Sculpteo).There are just 6 (small) parts that need to be printed and assembled, Instructable user Cpt. Insano has been kind enough to not only lay out the entire project step by step, you can even download the files needed to be used with the 3D printer to produce the parts!So follow this link over to Instructable and start on your DIY tilt-shift mount today.If you have (or know of) a cool DIY photography project please email us and let us know so we can share it with the group. [...]

Call for contributors to Weekly Photo Tips!...


Would you like to write a guest blog post for Weekly Photo Tips?

Well, it just so happens we are currently looking for contributors, so if you have a tip, a trick, a technique, a tutorial, or (almost) any photography related idea you would like to share with our readers we would love to know about it.

Any post that is chosen to appear here on Weekly Photo Tips will do so under your name with your bio and link(s) back to your website, blog, or other web presence.

So  please, send us an email with your idea and we promise to get right back to you.


Welcome to another Flicker Friday!...


This week we have images from "across the pond", by photographer Edward Dullard.Please check out more of these stunning images over at Edward's Flickr stream or visit him at on any of images to view larger.   [...]

More great resources on shooting shiny, reflective objects...


This to follow up on our post from earlier today, "Photographing shiny, reflective objects, quick & easy".Below are more great resources on shooting shiny, reflective objects.One of the more challenging things to light is glass (and other highly reflective surfaces), because normally when we photograph a subject we are putting our light on that subject. But with glass we do the opposite, we are lighting around the subject.I have put together some incredible examples of how to light reflective surfaces, so hang on, here goes:The first resource (of course) is from David Hobby (aka Strobist), it was an assignment he shot of flavored vodkas, so follow this link to see all the shiny details.Resource number two is from Strobist as well (seeing a theme here?), and it too involves alcohol (theme number two), this time it's beer, check it out.This link is from DIY Photography (more beer).Here are the last two well done tutorials for lighting glass here and here (sorry, no alcohol in these). We will close with a video tutorial on how to shoot glass.Subscribers, you know the routine, you will need to return to the blog to watch the video (as it does not get pushed through with your subscription). [...]

Photographing shiny, reflective objects, quick & easy...


We recently traveled to Connecticut to shoot shiny and reflective components for the world leader in CAD/CAM software MasterCAM .Not only is MasterCAM a world leader, they work with some of the top companies out there, like:• Boeing, Sikorsky, and Lockheed Martin• Stryker medical• Gibson, Taylor, Ovation Guitars• Orange County Choppers• Racing teams like Stewart Haas Racing, Waltrip Racing, and Cunningham Motorsports• Segway• RayBanJust to name a few.The actual purpose of the trip was to teach their person (with the title of "Intergalactic Marketing Overlord") how to shoot the kind of components their software (and clients) produce and of course regardless of the company, they are ALL shiny and reflective. The backup plan was that if things did not go well then I would shoot the parts.Things went perfectly and the setup could not have been simpler, 4 "A" clamps, 3 white cards, 2 LED flashlights, foam core, some tape, light stands, and a couple gels.We used hockey tape because it is FAR less expensive the gaffers tape, but much like gaffers tape it is incredibly strong and leaves no sticky residue behind.A 1” wide role of gaffer’s tapes is in the $12 range, I bought the same size hockey tape for $1.I would strongly suggest you test the tape you purchase before using it in a “live” shoot just to make sure it will work as you expect and not leave residue.The "A" clamps were 99 cents (Home Depot or Lowes) and the 2'x3' sheet of foam core was $1.In the shot at the very top of this post, we lit it with a single LED flashlight, and put a blue gel over a second flashlight and shined it into the center hole (to give it more "depth")One of the things you need to be very careful to watch for is things being reflected in the item being shot, here is an example, first the "good shot" and then the bad, you can see the color of my shirt in the item.It was lit with a "primary" flashlight and a second with a blue gel.This image is the only one that we used more than two flashlights, it is a manifold for a car engine, there is a (cold) gas intake and a (hot) exhaust port, so we used a red and blue gels over the flashlights and held them over the ports to represent the temperature difference and the third flashlight was used to light the face of the object.Here are a few more images we shot that day.(click on any image to view larger and in a new window)I think the results were as good as the setup was easy and in the video below we share both the gear and the setup.If the video did not come through with your subscription email you can head back to the blog or directly over to our YouTube channel to view it. allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="276" src="//" width="490"> [...]

More Lightroom resources for you, this time it's free Lightroom training...


This is to "compliment" our Lightroom posts from last week, the first being where to download your "Free Lightroom Quick Start Guide" and the other was the bazzilion "Free Lightroom Presets" post.If you are looking for Lightroom video training, this is the list for you:1. Let's start with Anthony Morganti, he has put together an amazing 38 video series on using Lightroom2. Shutha is a free online training resource and one of their courses is an extremely comprehensive exploration of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom taught by Lightroom expert Peter Krogh3. Then there is 100 Ways Adobe Lightroom Kicks Adobe Bridge's A$$ for Photographers! from Scott Kelby4. No list would be complete without having the long running Lightroom Killer Tips from Matt Kloskowski5. B&H Photo has a 4 video series "Digital Photography Summit" filled with almost 4 hours of Lightroom trainingThis is proof you can get really good stuff for free. [...]

Welcome to our first Flickr Friday...


For our first ever Flickr Friday please enjoy the images of Maryann.Please stop by our Flickr Group to see other great images from Maryann and our other members as well.If you would like to join our Flickr Group just follow this link for instructions. [...]

Get your free Lightroom 5 quick start guide...


Lightroom expert Victoria Bampton aka "The Lightroom Queen" has put together an outstanding (and FREE)  Lightroom PDF "Lightroom 5 Quick Start Guide".It's 78 pages and packed with useful information from front to back, so follow this link to get your copy.But wait, there's more!Victoria also has a bunch of other great FREE resources as well, including Lightroom Plug-ins, Lightroom Keyboard shortcuts, and downloadable watermarks.While we're talking about Lightroom, here are a couple more resources you will want to use.From Adobe here is their Lightroom 5 getting started and a complete list of their Lightroom 5 tutorials. [...]

More FREE Lightroom presets than you can count!...


Updated and Expanded!Today's post is an updated and expanded version of one of our most popular posts EVER, all you'll find here today are free Adobe Lightroom presets, but contrary to what the title of the post says, you most likely would be able to count how many presets are listed here, which likely approaches one thousand.This post goes well with our post on Lightroom educational resources from last week, so once you finished all the tutorials you can get to work using some of these free presets.There's a lot, so lets get at it:1. From f/stop spot - Free Lightroom Workflow Presets for Portrait Photographers2.Here are free Lightroom presets from Adobe3. Fine art photographer Andrew S. Gibson - Using Lightroom Presets for Portraits4. Presets Heaven - TOP 5 most downloaded Lightroom Presets5. Nicole S. Young (one of my favorite people) - Free Lightroom Presets6.  Matt Kloskowski (another of my favorites) - Lightroom Presets – Wedding Fairytale Glow7. Matt Kloskowski II - You'll find all of his free presets here8. You have just one guess at what you'll find at FreePresets.com9. Tonja Petrella has put together an extensive list of free and almost free presets on Pinterest10.Free Lightroom Presets for weddings from Dror Eyal11.Here's a list of presets, tutorials, and more from Digital Photo Buzz12. Gavin Seim - The Ultimate Free Presets List (pretty darn extensive)13.A big pack of free Lightroom presets from William14. Lightroom Presets from onOne Software15. photo tut+ - 100 Free Lightroom Presets (And How to Make Your Own)16. 14 free presets from Wonderland Adobe Lightroom Presets17.  Inside Lightroom - Black & White presets (be sure to click on all the categories under "Lightroom Presets" so see all of the free presets available)18.Another Pinterest list of Free Lightroom Presets from Genevieve Winters19. Check out Presetting Lightroom's 180+ Free Presets Collection20. PresetPond has many, MANY presets and I like that you can mouse over the image to see the preset "in action"21. Cole's Classroom brings you "15 Must Have Lightroom Presets!"22. Be sure to check out Anthony Morganti's "More Free Lightroom Presets"23. Here you will find "230 Free Lightroom Presets You Will Love"24. If you like black & white head over to FlixelPix for their free lightroom presets25. coincidentally, at #25 is 25 Excellent Free Adobe Lightroom Presets26. Katherine M. has assembled a very nice collection of presets on her Pinterest boardPlease feel free to share this post with all your Lightroom using friends!If you know of free presets that are not listed here let us know by dropping us an email and we will be sure to update our list. [...]

A new Weekly Photo Tips feature - "Flickr Friday"...


Beginning this Friday (6/6/14) we will be starting a new feature Weekly Photo Tips called, "Flickr Friday".Each Friday we will pick images from our Flickr group for you (and the world) to see.So if you are already a member of our Flickr group please upload your images, if you are not yet a member but would like to be, here's how:The first thing you will do is follow this link to our Flickr page. Once there, in the upper left page heading you will see a "+ Join Group" box that you will click on to join our group (see the screen shot below). To join the group you will need a Flickr account, if you don't have a Flickr account you will need to create one.Once your request to join our group is approved (which will usually only take a few hours) you can return to our Flickr page and submit all images you would like.As a member, when you return to our Flickr page you will find the "+ Add Photos" box in the exact same place that the "+ Join Group" was. (see the screenshot below).The only thing we ask is that any images you upload to our group be "family friendly". For easier viewing simply click on an image to view it larger and in a new window.I hope that helps, if you still have questions do not hesitate to contact us and we will do what we can to get you up and running. [...]

Check out the Photoflex Litedome Platinum Softbox...


My Photoflex softbox is by far one of my favorite lighting tools, and of all the gear I own, it is the one borrowed the most by my photography friends.Right now not only does Adorama have the Photoflex Litedome Platinum Softbox on sale ($127), it also comes with a free grid (a $99 value), AND free shipping!It durable, portable, comes with a 6 year warranty and the following features:Removable Face - adjust the natural, soft light to create just the right diffusionRemovable Baffle - helps eliminate hotspots White interior panelsQuick Release Corners - creates stronger corners and makes it easier to break downSuspension loops - suspends the light without Boom/Boom StandCarry Bag - included for easy storage and transportFree grid - attaches to the face for better control and create different lighting effectsIf you want to see the kind of lighting/images you can get from using grids be sure to check out this post from the seminar that we held with photographer Joel Grimes (here are just a few,click to view larger in a separate window, you can also find more images from the seminar here).Below is our video review/demo of the Photoflex LiteDome ES, it is also on sale (with free shipping) and comes with Speedlight/Speedlite mounting hardware (with two cold shoe mounts, one for your flash and the other for the trigger), along with a light stand bracket (which also works nicely as a handheld device) and carry bag.The Photoflex LiteDome ES is compact and so portable that it will fit in most large camera bags.(For subscribers the video does not "push" through and you'll need  to return to the blog to view the video, or you can head directly to our YouTube channel) allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="276" src="//" width="490"> [...]

Your photo could be worth $15,000!...


Yup, $15,000, that's the top prize and there are multiple prizes under that as well.

The Weather Channel is in the midst of a photo contest, open to everyone (meaning amateur AND professional photographers)

They are looking for images that "showcase the passion of mother nature and capture the beauty and power she posses".

You have until June 15th (2014) to submit your entry.


Important social media reference links...


To follow up on yesterdays post on "Online Marketing Resources", we bring you a post from social media expert Andrea Vahl, who has gathered a lot of reference links for each and every social site that most of us use all the time.

So if you want the links to get the latest news, contact info, help email links (and more) to Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Pinterest and the rest of the social media "players" just follow this link to the great resource put together by Andrea.


Lexar Pro SDHC & CompactFlash memory cards are on sale!...


These are the memory cards I use (and love), not only are they on sale for incredibly low prices, they all come with free shipping as well!Lexar 32GB Professional SDHC UHS-I 600x Class 10 Memory Card, 45MB/s Write Speed $16.95Lexar 64GB Professional 600x SDXC UHS-I Class 10 Memory Card, 90MB/s guaranteed read transfer speed $42.95Lexar 128GB Professional 600x SDXC UHS-I Class 10 Memory Card 90MB/s guaranteed read transfer speed $93.95Lexar 16GB Professional 1066x CompactFlash Memory Card 160MB/s read transfer speed $48.95Lexar 64GB Professional 1066x CompactFlash Memory Card 160MB/s read transfer speed $88.95Lexar 16GB Professional 1066x CompactFlash Memory Card - Pack Of Two - 160MB/s read transfer speed $91.95Lexar 32GB Professional 1066x CompactFlash Memory Card 160MB/s read transfer speed $63.95Lexar 16GB Professional 800x CompactFlash Card 120MB minimum guaranteed sustained read speed $42.95Lexar 64GB Professional 800x CompactFlash Card - 2 Pack - 120MB/s minimum guaranteed sustained read speed $184.95 [...]