Watch portrait photographer, Lindsay Adler's tutorial for selecting and adjusting seamless backgrounds for flattering skin tones for any beauty campaign, and find out which two Savage paper colors are her go-to for lighter and darker skin tones.
I was diving into color theory, and looking at a color wheel, and BAM! After weeks of developing this idea to shoot someone lying down from above, with their hair spread out, this color wheel portraits project came to me in a flash.
Whether you are an avid vlogger on YouTube, streamer on Twitch, a content creator on Instagram or TikTok, or a videographer helping business professionals; what's in your background can make or break your video. Here are some simple tips to ensure you are set up for success with a professional video backdrop:
With the range of colored lights and gels available, it may seem tempting to use them for the background in place of colored seamless background paper. Here are some reasons why seamless paper is still often the best choice...
Product photographer, Scott Hartwick, walks still life photography enthusiasts through a few tips for creating the most attractive, high-end styled product photos using Savage Translum™.
Mysterious and entrancing – few things add more dramatic flair to an image than a really dark background. Colored photo backgrounds are playful, high energy and always versatile, but sometimes a simple, black background is the ticket.
The holidays are sneaking up on us pretty quickly now – and this year the gift shopping landscape has changed quite a bit. Gone, at least for now, are the “Black Friday Midnight Madness” crowd-goers rushing out to every tech retailer the instant their Thanksgiving pumpkin pie forks hit the sink. Instead, most of us will find our retail therapy online, looking for those just-right items perfect for the ones we care about. Here are a few photographer holiday gift ideas for every photographer on your list…