Evolution Of A Medium

John Paul Caponigro talks about the formative influence of his parents on his creative attitudes and expectations.
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{mp4}epson/JPCaponigro_Epson_FINAL{/mp4} John Paul Caponigro talks about the formative influence of his parents on his creative attitudes and expectations; the evolution of the medium and printmaking; and how that evolution through technology has allowed him to create ultimate expressions of his photographic vision. Learn more.Epson Signature Worthy CollectionDiscover why top professional…

How To Build And Use A V-Flat

If you’re outfitting a shooting space of any sort, from huge studio to converted garage, one of the most useful tools is a V-flat
By William Sawalich
If you're outfitting a shooting space of any sort, from huge studio to converted garage, one of the most useful tools is a V-flat. V-flats are easy and inexpensive do-it-yourself projects, and they're useful as everything from a multi-purpose light modifier to a portrait background. Here's how to make them…

How To Photograph Butterflies

Recently I found myself anxious for the arrival of warm weather and craving a bit of outdoor photography
By William Sawalich
Recently I found myself anxious for the arrival of warm weather and craving a bit of outdoor photography. So what did I do? I headed indoors, of course. I found my local butterfly house and got a dose of outdoor photography in its warm and comfortable confines. There are dozens…

The Prints Are The Legacy

Greg Gorman gives insight on how he uses the interplay between highlights and shadows in his evocative images.
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{mp4}epson/Gorman_Epson_Final{/mp4} Greg Gorman gives insight on how he uses the interplay between highlights and shadows in his evocative images. Inspired by the distinctive look of Helmut Newton's photograph, Gorman's style has evolved and he's now one of the most sought-after photographers in the world. Learn more.Epson Signature Worthy CollectionDiscover why…

The Importance of Negative Fill

Photographers learn at an early age about the importance of reflectors and fill light to prevent shadows from becoming too dark and dramatic
By William Sawalich
Photographers learn at an early age about the importance of reflectors and fill light to prevent shadows from becoming too dark and dramatic. But what many of us don't learn is the importance of the opposite—negative fill. Negative fill is a great way to add definition and dimension, as well…

Techniques for Maximizing Sharpness

When it comes to sharp pictures, we all know the age-old standard is to put the camera on a tripod and use a cable release
By William Sawalich
When it comes to sharp pictures, we all know the age-old standard is to put the camera on a tripod and use a cable release. But what other techniques can help increase sharpness, without requiring an investment in any new equipment? Here are eight great ones. - Use the sharpest…
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