Six Tips for Mastering Interiors Photography From Jodie Johnson

[ad_1] Australian lifestyle photographer Jodie Johnson started her career at an advertising firm, but after fifteen years of working with clients, the Melbourne native pivoted her career in a more creative direction. Now Jodie is an assignment and stock photographer who specializes in lifestyle and interiors. Here, she passes on her best tips for getting

Getting Started with Drone Photography

[ad_1] In line with our February Visual Trend “View From Above,” we gathered the best drone tips from Adobe Stock Premium contributors Tobias Hägg and Ryan Longnecker, as well as Colin Smith of Photoshop Cafe, author of The Photographer’s Guide to Drones. If you’re looking to take the plunge into the world of drone photography

Stock Video Gear Guide | Creative Cloud blog by Adobe

[ad_1] For photographers, adding video to their portfolio may seem like a daunting task. Not only does it involve a new medium, it also means additional, oftentimes expensive, gear. In reality, photographers and easily transition to video with few key gadgets. Choosing the right piece of gear is often a challenge between balancing budget and

Stock Illustration Tips from Natalia Hubbert

[ad_1] For our monthly contributor spotlight, we spent time speaking with Houston-based illustrator Natalia Hubbert about her creative career and experiences in the stock marketplace. Here she shares her top five tips for starting out and succeeding in the competitive world of stock illustration. Be creative, but commercially conscious. Think creatively and make commercially valuable

Guide to Panoramic Photography

[ad_1] Panoramas are a great way to capture the breadth and details of a scene. The extended space means that you can capture more details and give the viewer a much more comprensive image. The traditional methods of creating panoramic photography are still being used today, although at a much faster, more affordable rate. Here are a few

Lifting the Subject with Backlighting

[ad_1] Most photographers spend a good deal of time thinking about the quality, direction and quantity of light that’s falling on the front of their subject. We spend time and effort to carefully balance light striking the subject from the left and right, whether with flash or reflectors, to ensure we avoid creating a flat looking

Contrast for Impact

[ad_1] Getting the right level and type of tonal contrast in a finished image is something a lot of photographers find challenging. Very often, in an attempt to generate a bit of impact, the contrast slider is dragged up the scale until dense shadows and over-bright highlights appear to deliver the ‘woof’ that’s required. However,