Post Tagged with: "flash"

  • Interior Photography – Blending HDR with Flash

    Interior Photography – Blending HDR with Flash

    Editing, Real-Estate, Tutorials, Videos August 31, 2016 6:37 pm

    In this tutorial, Oliver shows you his technique for blending a 5-shot HDR together with a flash exposure, creating a much more pleasing result than just using flash or HDR alone. Follow Oliver on Instagram for all his latest real-estate photography   Click the logo below to subscribe to the […]

     
  • Interior Photography Without Over-Exposed Windows

    Interior Photography Without Over-Exposed Windows

    Real-Estate, Tutorials February 4, 2016 5:52 am

    One of the most frequently asked questions we receive is from photographers struggling with over-exposed windows with regards to interior photography. It’s a tricky skill to master but let’s start by identifying the problem and walking through the solutions. The problem of over-exposed or ‘blown out’ windows is a result […]

     
  • 5 Common Mistakes With Interior Photography

    5 Common Mistakes With Interior Photography

    Real-Estate, Tutorials February 12, 2015 6:09 pm

    Home owners and property agents are in a position to pick only the best interior photographers. Therefore, you need to ensure you’re ticking all of the boxes when it comes to taking your shots. Here is a list of the top five common mistakes interior photographers make and how to […]

     
  • How It Was Shot & Edited #2 – Sunset Wedding Portrait

    How It Was Shot & Edited #2 – Sunset Wedding Portrait

    Editing, Tutorials, Videos, Wedding August 21, 2013 4:30 pm

    Our tutorial on how this signature wedding portrait was shot in fading light using off-camera flash. For more episodes from our ‘How It Was Shot & Edited’ series, just click here. Click the logo below to subscribe to the We Are SO Photo YouTube channel. Click here to view more of […]

     
  • How To – Shooting In Low Light Without a Flash

    How To – Shooting In Low Light Without a Flash

    Tutorials September 7, 2012 1:12 am

    Nobody seems to have problems taking great looking photographs in daylight or well-lit environments. Take your camera out in to the garden on a sunny afternoon and your shots will appear bright, pin-sharp and beautifully saturated, time after time. However, once the environment becomes too dark, many beginners struggle to […]