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Spontaneous World

A few weeks ago I mentioned on my Facebook page that my friend Alexis Kathryn and I are packing up and traveling for 2 years. What I thought would be a little update on Facebook turned into dozens of phone calls, more e-mail than I could handle, hundreds of comments, and over 80,000 interactions on […]

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Top 10 Reasons to Join Me In The Bahamas

I’m joining the Fstoppers and nine other photographers in the Bahamas to teach 5 days of amazing workshops. This is an event you DO NOT want to miss. Why? Well here are my top 10 reasons: 1. Amazing Instructors I can’t believe I’m teaching alongside these photographers. I’m teaching four workshops: Studio Lighting 101, Studio […]

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48 Hour Photoshoot

Years ago I became acquainted with the work of Mona Kuhn. Her work is stunning, but what I found most interesting was her process. Mona frequently develops friendships with her subjects and photographs them over days, weeks, even months. Making photos in this fashion allows her to capture moments that are more intimate and natural. […]

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The Many Looks of the 1 Light Portrait

Join Profoto and Mark Wallace on February 19, 1pm EST and learn about the many looks that can be achieved using a 1-light set-up. It is all about light shaping. Sign up today and join us for this free webinar. The webinar takes place on February 19 at 7PM CET (10AM Los Angeles, 1PM New […]

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Win Free Workshops! Midnight Jan 31 deadline!!

The first ever Fstoppers Workshop in the Bahamas is happening May 28th – June 1st at Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas and the Fstoppers want to give one of their readers the trip of a lifetime for FREE! They are actually doing 2 separate contests and they both end on Friday. Don’t miss your chance […]

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New Lightroom 5 Features

In this episode, Mark explores his 4 favorite features of the new Adobe Lightroom 5. He’ll talk about the Upright tool, Radial Gradients and his absolute favorite new feature – the healing brush. Mark will show us how easy it is to fix a crooked photo and take something completely out of photo, all in […]

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Fantastic Portrait Photography in Lousy Light

In this episode, Mark goes to “battle” against harsh light and an ugly background for an outdoor portrait. He’ll show you 5 quick tips to get a great portrait out of nearly any situation. Gear used in this video Nikon D7000 Digital SLR Camera Body, with 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6G ED AF-S DX VR II Nikon SB-700 […]

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50 Shades of Black

Did you know that the colors in your photo aren’t always as clear as “black” and “white”? In this episode, Mark shows you how to adjust the black levels in a photos to get the most punch. Gear used in this video Nikon D3S Body Only Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8G AF-S VR II Zoom-Nikkor ED-IF Lens […]

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High Pass Filter

In this episode, Mark shows how he uses a high pass filter in Photoshop CS6. He’ll show some quick skin retouching, and how he uses the high pass filter to get a much sharper image. Gear used in this video Adobe Photoshop CS6 Image Editing Software for Macintosh Adobe Photoshop CS6 Image Editing Software for […]

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Mark’s Go-To Lighting Setup

It’s always a good idea to have a few lighting setups that you know inside out. This gives you a great safety zone if you get stuck during a shoot. In this episode, Mark explains one of his go-to lighting setups. Using a large 4×6′ softbox as the key, white foam core for a fill […]

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Photoshop Actions

In this episode Mark shows you how to streamline your editing workflow by creating actions in Photoshop CS6. Anything you do in Photoshop can be “recorded” into an action that can make bulk processing images a breeze. Gear used in this video Adobe Photoshop CS6 Image Editing Software for Macintosh Adobe Photoshop CS6 Image Editing […]

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