PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FROM THE TOP FLOOR

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Get your questions answered and learn to see, no matter if you shoot digital or on film, if you shoot mirrorless or with a DSLR. You use Nikon, Canon, Sony, Olympus, Pentax, Lightroom? Come in! Lean about exposure, composition, colors and the creative side of photography.

Responding to a question from Tom, Chris follows up on the last episode with a deep dive into the clone and healing brush tool. He explains the differences between cloning and healing, talks about ways of modifying your selection and points out some mind-boggling shortcuts that make you a pro healer. Photo by Peter Hershey … Continue reading "830 Healing Superpowers" The post 830 Healing Superpowers appeared first on PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FROM THE TOP FLOOR.

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829 Automated Healing June 29, 2018
Let’s have a quick chat about Fuji’s X-Trans sensor. Chris also looks at an exciting new channel on the TFTTF Slack and answers listener questions. Michael is interested in cataloging smartphone im…
On this clearly non-apple-fanboy-episode ep Chris and Ade take a closer look at what Apple’s iOS 12 photography-related announcements could mean for the future of photography. Photo by M…
827 A Selfish Challenge June 17, 2018
Chris talks about taking pictures out of a flying plexiglass (perspex) window at 150 mph. It’s also the reveal of the latest Slack Challenge. Let’s look at the winner photos (links below). Also som…
Today Chris tries to answer one single question and it has to do with your camera’s in-body image stabilization (IBIS) and the size of your lenses’ image circles. Will the added motion still fit in…
Chris goes back to the Arctic in 2019 and you can come! Kevin got a 13 year old camera as a gift from his dad and wonders if it’s any good in today’s landscape and Matt is torn between the 50 and t…
824 Drones May 25, 2018
Today Chris talks about flying cameras, drones. About the requirements to fly them, some of the tech, image stabilization, cameras and sensors, regulations, travel and especially about what to…
823 Tilt-Shift May 21, 2018
Tilt-shift photography is surrounded by a lot of myths. Chris has used tilt- shift lenses for almost 10 years and he just returned from teaching a class on T/S photography in New York City. On this…
Susannah asks a seemingly simple but really essential question: Are my pictures any good? Chris goes on a deep dive into what makes us appreciate photography and how people choose their criteria…
821 Digitize It! May 4, 2018
When Chris mentioned digitizing negatives using a camera on one of the last episodes, he received lots of feedback and questions. On this long awaited episode Chris finally goes into detail on how…
820 13 Years of Change April 27, 2018
Chris takes a closer look at what has changed in photography since he started making this podcast 13 years ago. From Cameras to screens to editing to storage technology, some changes have been…
819 13th Anniversary April 20, 2018
This is the 13th anniversary edition of TFTTF. Chris goes over what has happened during those 13 years, and how TFTTF has enabled an entire new life for him. Also Simon has two questions regarding…
818 Spinning Heads April 13, 2018
Chris and Adrien look at some futuristic stuff around photography with a peek into another podcast on this network: The Future of Photography. Also, Colin is planning to do a fun pinhole camera…
817 Alaskan Summer April 6, 2018
It’s time for the Slack March Challenge review! We’ll have a closer look at photos by Kyle, Andreas and Brendan. You can watch the review video here. Also Andrew wants some photo tip for his upc…
816 Gale-Force Winds March 30, 2018
Chris tries to find out what STYLE in photography really means and why and if you should develop one. We’ll look at how to shoot video and do photography at minus seven degrees Fahrenheit while b…
815 Sizeable Pixels March 23, 2018
Chris brings out the pixel buckets again to discuss the difference between larger and smaller pixels on your sensor and why they aren’t as crucial for image quality as you might think. Photo by V…
814 Star Trails on Film March 16, 2018
Chris looks at how photo booths have changed over the years, from the vintage film-based ones to the fun-packed and prop-packed digital systems that you can find on weddings and other events these…
Chris looks at the five important lines of a histogram and how you can use your knowledge of these lines to get more details in your photo’s highlights. Photo by Liane Metzler RECEIVE EMAIL FOR N…
Paul got $1500 from his grandma and tries to figure out which film camera to invest in. Chris explores the universe of medium format cameras and comes to the conclusion that making a…
811 Film Noir Feb. 23, 2018
Alexei did a photographic exercise that Chris considers one of the most important ones. He took the same photo 136 times. Benjamin wonders how to replicate the style of Film Noir with the right…