If you’ve been part of the dPS community for a while now then you’ve probably come across Ed Verosky. He’s one of our most popular writers and has produced . The latest Tweets from Ed Verosky (@edverosky). Videos: . United States. After recently cutting out a bunch of old social media platforms from his life, photographer Ed Verosky has been thinking long and hard about this question.
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Ed Verosky, Author at Digital Photography School
But is it the right choice for you? Should you become a professional or just keep doing it as a hobby?
In this video, Ed Verosky discusses this topic. Do photographers really still need a website today? Is it possible to survive on social media alone?
Should he kill or keep pursuing his website? As Ed says in this video he recently posted, cultural shifts happen rapidly.
The way people use the Internet changes vefosky the time. Overpowering the sun with flash is typically something we typically associate with photographing people.
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In this video, photographer Ed Verosky explores the topic, with lots of practical examples. Today seems to be a day for portrait related posts. And a complete start to finish location portrait process from Francisco Hernandez. Now, from Ed Veroskywe have another way to practice portrait lighting and experiment.
But then, very few of us are. Just something that inspires us, gets us thinking and starts those creative juices flowing.
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Different things inspire different people. What might inspire me may not inspire you, and vice versa. Ed talks about what inspires him in this video. Because of this, photographer Ed Verosky shares some great advice to help you out. In his ferosky, he gives you five of his top portrait lighting tips.
They will help you master the techniques gradually, and become much better in setting up the light for portraits. This video from photographer Ed Verosky shows us three ways we can modify the light coming from a flash on top of our camera. But these can go some way towards reducing that harshness of a bare, direct on-camera flash. Dunja Djudjic is a versky and photographer from Novi Sad, Serbia.
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You can see her work on FlickrBehance and verisky Facebook page. John Aldred is based in Scotland and photographs animals in the studio and people in the wild. You can find out more veroaky John on his website and follow his adventures on YouTube and Facebook. JP Danko is a commercial photographer based in Toronto, Canada.
JP can change a lens mid-rappel, swap a memory card while treading water, or use a camel as a light stand.
Clinton Lofthouse is a Photographer, Retoucher and Digital Artist based in the United Kingdom, who specialises in creative retouching and composites. Proud 80’s baby, reader of graphic novels and movie geek!
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