Photography Tips, Essential Skills, Quickly Transform Your Photos, by Karl Taylor

Photography Tips, Essential Skills, Quickly Transform Your Photos, by Karl Taylor

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49 Responses to Photography Tips, Essential Skills, Quickly Transform Your Photos, by Karl Taylor

  1. Mahesh R S says:

    great video! especially loved the use of “white board” as reflector. thanks
    for this great tutorial.

  2. Martin Lee says:

    How much does the ISO need to be the shutter and the apeture need to be
    because when I set the ISO at 250 it is dark, and my shutter speed around
    1/80 and aperture a
    F5.6 why does the pic come out dark even through indoors u don’t need such
    a high ISO 

  3. Víctor Manuel says:

    seewater does not affect tripod?

  4. Triple-M tour says:

    brilliant! thanks Karl for the tutoriall.

  5. Raul Mkryan says:

    Why did you switch from a 1D-something to 5D?

  6. NunoDanid says:

    What camera is he using?

  7. Rajdeep Anand says:

    I’ve learnt a lot from this one! Thanks Karl and don’t mind the nay
    sayers!! :)

  8. Jango LhasaApso says:

    I love all your vıdeos karl! brıllıant job you are doıng

  9. elizabeth sagarminaga says:

    I love the picture of the sunset and water. I’m going to experiment
    …..I’m a beginner. 

  10. Samuel Pantoja says:

    ohhh Vicky is so pretty :)

  11. Martin Lee says:

    It is up to you wat settings to put 

  12. Duskangels says:

    Awesome video!!

  13. Ferdinando Manuel Torres says:

    great job Karl, I loved this tutorial.

  14. eman Man says:

    thank you idol for youre sharing a good photography lesson

  15. João Cardoso says:

    This was the first vídeo I watched on tips for nice photos and I enjoyed it
    greatly. I’m going to keep on watching them. Thanks Karl.

  16. Ronald Hunter says:

    for the tripod he uses its the Manfrotto Neotec 458B

  17. Vincent Leverenz says:

    Nice definitions of light and characteristics of different lighting sources

  18. brandon vetrano says:

    Do u have an instagram page? I would like to see a lot of ur other
    photography great pictures!!

  19. Bret Otis says:

    What kind of tripod is that?

  20. Jasmine Buzzlighter says:

    Thanks

  21. Saswata Photography says:

    Photography Tips, Essential Skills, Quickly Transform Your Photos, by Karl
    Taylor

  22. Hugo Lujan says:

    those tips ,,,are just great,,thanks

  23. DeathStar012 says:

    Very informative. Thanks

  24. Ed Geo says:

    Hi, what kind of video camera are you using for the YouTube video

  25. mrisaiahmiller says:

    Great talk! Also great set up, lighting and audio for this video!

  26. AirsoftReviewerHD says:

    How did you record the audio for this video? :) 

  27. Frankie Montelongo says:

    i’m going on a limb here & guessing you recorded these videos one after an
    other, on the same day…? yay or nay?

  28. Cove's Photography says:

    Hi…my name is Jeremy…I’m a gear addict…. :)

  29. 31evader says:

    Fantastic video!!

  30. Jon Gabriel says:

    I’ve a Rebel t3i camera, just started doing some professional work, yeah,
    not the best camera, but I’m doing work left and right. All I care is to
    learn about light, flash, LR, I use and understand manual, etc. I only care
    about keep building skills, when the money start pilling up I will buy some
    nice full lens sensor camera…. till then, keep having fun, making money
    and learning tons! Thank you and thanks youtube. 

  31. Jay Rajpra says:

    Hi, thanks for your video.. I’m looking for some advice here, I have a 450d
    and have previously been investing in some better lenses (I have canon 50mm
    1.8, 28mm 1.8 and tokina 18-200mm 3.5). However, now im thinking of going
    into full frame (canon 6D) as I want to get a professional shot with a
    greater flexibility in terms of ISO and so forth. Do you think I ‘need’
    full frame or professional series (6D, 5D, 1D etc) cameras for shooting
    weddings and so on? How far could I stretch the capabilities of my 450D in
    your opinion? Your advice is much appreciated, thanks

  32. colette francis says:

    Hi i want to buy a camera but not so sure what to buy. Can u help me? I
    want to start photography classes soon

  33. Lucas Johnson says:

    I have the happy medium in the canon line of 50mms. The 1.4 is amazing and
    I love it. I do wish I had that iconic red ring of the 1.2 and I like how
    big and it is and feels, but the 1.4 is damn cheap compared to it and is a
    very impressive lens.

  34. Evan Salina says:

    Great video, big fan. A couple considerations:

    What are you shooting? I was doing wedding video with a 60D but I realized
    NOBODY lights properly, planners love turning lights off, etc. I decided I
    needed the 5D3 because it could give a decent image at a higher ISO, which
    also made my job that much easier.

    However, there are more considerations, like are you getting jobs to
    warrant purchasing what you need?

    You’re very right about it not being about the gear, but about you. Your
    example is talking about having the same ideal situation. What if you had
    to shoot a reception with no flash, dimly lit, at night, with a 60D and 50
    1.8 lens? A 5D with higher ISO would certainly be appealing.

    Another consideration is buy something good once. If having a 5D is the
    ideal, end goal for someone, they should get that and avoid going from T2i
    to 7D to 70D or whatever progression, however you’re right, that should not
    be a reason to sit around and do nothing waiting for the ideal.

    I’m currently contemplating getting an aluminum or carbon fiber tripod. The
    CF is 165 more expensive, but the consideration is the tripod is something
    you will use for a long time and being as light as possible would be quite
    handy.

    Sorry to be so long, enjoy your stuff, and your solo video on shooting
    outdoors with the YN flashes and triggers has encouraged me to do the same
    as I do video and want to learn photo side of things.

    Cheers! 

  35. colette francis says:

    Hi i want to buy a camera but not so sure what to buy. Can u help me? I
    want to start photography classes soon

  36. Lauren M. says:

    I couldn’t agree more! This industry makes you think you need so much gear
    to get started! Every article & blog I’ve read says for shooting your first
    wedding you need this this this this and definitely this. Thousands of
    dollars worth of equipment. My first wedding went so well. I was nervous
    about so many things because of the blogs but I was fine with my …uh
    modest let’s say, equipment to say the least. People are always asking me
    what equipment I use so I take that as a sign that I’m doing something
    right. I practice EVERY single day. Not getting ahead of yourself is hard,
    but it’s worth it in the end. Save your money from all those little jobs.

  37. Tim Krause says:

    Literally looking on DXOmark, then this video came up.

  38. Jessica Campbell says:

    Oh lord that gear tho :’)

  39. ghostpictures says:

    I have the 50mm 1.4 and i love it! :)

  40. Mark Redshaw says:

    Wise words, Grasshopper.

  41. Johnny says:

    This is so true. You are absolutely right, it’s not the gear that makes the
    photograph, it’s the photographer. However, having said that, good glass is
    good glass. I went for the Canon 50 mm 1.4 because I could not justify the
    cost of the 1.2 and didn’t want to settle for the 1.8… The 1.4 is in
    between so it’s an excellent choice that would solve that dilemma and you
    don’t have to rob a bank to get it. I just love it. 

  42. Johnny says:

    hey man nice tips. hey dude, I hope you don’t mind me saying – you are
    really handsome. You should be a model, not a photographer! LOL 

  43. Rachel Miller says:

    What are your top lenses?

  44. Jarvis Looi says:

    Can I ask u a personal question? How old are you? Haha

  45. alexa schapiro says:

    You should get the new Sigma 50mm 1.4 Art lens, it’s supposed to be even
    better than its Canon and Nikon counterparts. 

  46. slater1949 says:

    Great video..for Christmas my wife bought me a D800. With it she also
    bought me the 50mm 1.8G and because the camera body was so much and I had
    be raving so much about the amount of detail yatta yatta yatta I took the
    1.8 back for the 1.4G. More money and you can’t tell the difference haha
    but you justify the purchases with only the best intentions in extracting
    the best out of your camera. I can’t stop buying gear for this, my, dream
    camera! 

  47. John Boswell says:

    Hey David just been to your site. Man your good. Im getting
    into Photography and finding your advice helpful. Keep up the great work.

  48. Molly Rucker says:

    Your photos are amazing! What do you use?

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