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2 Top Tips to Capture Golden Hour Photographs & Process Them Effectively

We love taking advantage of  golden hour light which we get in the spring/summer time.

It is a great way to create some relaxing, summery evening photographs.

What you probably don’t know is, it can be pretty challenging to get the photographs to look right, the tricky part of this photography is getting the focus right along with the exposure and good processing.

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Last Momments of Sunshine

How To Get Good Focus

To get the right light, the way I angle my camera, I let in a lot of the sun rays. The sun-rays hit my lens almost directly, so when I look through my camera, I am overwhelmed by, very simply, blinding sun light.

This doesn’t hurt my eyes, but it does make auto-focusing almost impossible as the lens attempts to focus on the sun-rays, which leaves the subject (model) out of focus. So, not ideal!

Instead of auto-focus, I use manual-focus (MF). This means I have control over the focusing, however as I said, the blinding sun-rays do make it very difficult to see anything. Therefore manual-focus can be difficult as you cannot be 100% sure whether the subject is in focus 100%.

So, a lot of fiddling is required when it comes to getting good focus. 

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How To Correct Exposure

Assuming I have the focus correct, the next challenge is the exposure.

When I take a few test-shots to see how the exposure looks (remember I only use manual – so I manually set the settings on my DSLR, such as Shutter Speed, Aperture, ISO and White Balance) my immediate reaction is to correct the exposure, because it  is almost always over-exposed.

However, strangely enough this is exactly what you want. But you also want to be careful you’re not overexposing too much.

Important note: if you’re photographing in these sorts of situations then your photograph will look over-exposed, your challenge is finding the balance between good over-exposure and bad over-exposure.

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Processing Sun Flare Photographs

Once you’ve worked out how to get the correct focus, and the tricky balance of exposure, then you’ll find taking these sorts of photographs so much easier.

However, how do you process these photographs? Normal processing usually falls totally flat – the colours are all wrong and I’ve been frustrated one too many times… so needless to say I’ve found some great techniques and now find processing very easy!

Here is a list of my favourite Lightroom Presets to process sun flare photographs with:-

Rainbow Lightroom Preset

Whipped Cream Lightroom Preset (this is also available for Photoshop CS2+ here.)

Natural Colours Lightroom Preset 

These presets are designed to save you hours of time editing – but at the same time, guarantee you get the results that you would get had you spent hours of your time processing the photographs. With these processing techniques you will get the photographs perfectly processed.

It may sound difficult, which it can be, but it will get easier the more you try and the more you practice. 🙂

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3 Aspects of Portrait Photography I Wish I Knew When I First Started.

1. How To Get Good Focus

Watching the Sunset ♥

Getting the focus right for portraits can be tricky, so often I would think the model was in focus, just to find out later when I downloaded my photographs that they weren’t quite 100% in focus.

If you can’t get the focus right quickly you will probably miss out on a special moment, and get hugely frustrated as well. So when you look through your camera, and focus – give it that little bit more thought, and try to focus on something which is important. Such as the person’s eye or eyelashes… that tends to get the best results.

For more detail and tips on how to hold your DSLR, and what settings to use on your DSLR to get the fastest reaction from your camera, take a look at HOT Tips for Your Outdoors Portraits eBook direct.thebellsisters.com/product/hot-tips-for-your-outdoor-portraits-ebook/ – the tips recommended in this eBook can also be applied to indoor portraits.

2. The Right Lenses To Use

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It is essential to use the correct lenses for portraits, so you get the most flattering photograph of your model. In the beginning I tried many different lenses for my portraits, but if I had known from the start which ones to use, it would have made everything a lot easier. Plus when starting to purchase equipment, this can be a huge help.

For more information on this topic, read this OTHER blog post: My Top 3 Lenses For Portrait Photography direct.thebellsisters.com/my-top-3-lenses-for-portrait-photography/

3. How To Get Dreamy Light

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Don’t you just love portraits with dreamy, golden light? It makes the portraits look much better, warmer and with more feeling.

I often get asked how I get such pretty light in my portraits, the answer is I use “The Sunflares Pack” direct.thebellsisters.com/the-sunflares-pack/ which is a fantastic way to add warmth to a portrait, when the light was flat and dull.

I also go outside in the late-afternoon, just before the sun goes down. Usually the sun can be beautiful then in portraits, and really soften the mood.

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Question: “How can I look better in photos?”

We receive emails on a daily basis about all sorts of things – many of which are questions about photography and modelling.

Today we received this one which we thought we could share with you.

It’s a great question, and also quite a common one – we hope it will help you and answer some queries you may have.

The Question

“Whenever I have photographs taken of me, they always turn out to be very ugly. I know how I look in the mirror but what comes out in a photograph is the complete opposite!! Any suggestions on how I can look better in photos?”

Our Answer

This is funnily enough one of the most frustrating things we found ourselves in the beginning.

We remember years ago having photographs taken, getting really excited, waiting for the photographs to be ready so we could see them, and then… feeling really disappointed.

None of the photographs looked like “us” – it was usually because of bad posture, or because the eyes were sleepy or our smiles looked ridiculous!

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How To “Manipulate” the Camera

One absolutely basic thing you need to understand is that you have to manipulate the camera to make it, make you, look like YOU…

Read that line a few more times until you understand what we mean.

The funny thing about the camera is, technically it’s supposed to capture exactly what it is pointed at – however due to the 2D effect it has we have to manipulate the camera so we create a 3D effect and we look ‘normal’.

This may sound complicated but it really isn’t – once you know how to pose and position yourself in front of a camera, then you’ll see it’s actually very easy – when it’s explained to you properly…!

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Modelling Tips

So, call it whatever you want, but essentially if you want to look better in photographs, and you’re standing in front of a camera, then you are modelling. This can obviously go to a more professional level, but it all starts somewhere.

Don’t think of modelling as the industry. Think of it just as positioning yourself in front of a camera and  working yourself in a way to bring out the most ‘you’ that you can.

To learn how to model as quickly as possible, then I suggest reading Modelling Tips for Models & Photographers.

You can read the reviews for it from other Models, Photographers and Magazine Editors. 

Modelling Tips for Models & Photographers is a digital PDF file which can be downloaded in just a matter of minutes once you complete the checkout process and you’ll be learning in just minutes from downloading! It also comes with a fabulous video which demonstrates how to pose in front of the camera. With a large range of poses from close ups, to body poses, and more!

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Once you’ve read Modelling Tips

Once you’ve read Modelling Tips eBook you’ll find it a lot easier to stand in front of the camera – you will find you’re more comfortable in front of the camera, particularly because you know what to do with your hands, eyes, face, body to make you look like ‘you’.

If you read the eBook and put the tips into practice, and then keep practising you will find modelling SO much easier. You will be comfortable and confident, just like I am when I do go in front of the camera.

You’ll also find, that if you see photos of yourself, and they’re no good, you will know what to correct instead of just hoping that something will happen!

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No more “Lucky Shot”

No more ‘lucky shot’ – if you put Modelling Tips into practice you will have photograph, after photograph that you LOVE because you know what to do in front of a camera.

More importantly, you’ll have fun instead of feeling disappointed every time you have photographs taken!

Buy Modelling Tips for Models & Photographers today and start practising now.

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Explained: How I Processed this Portrait Photograph to Make it Sunny

I always try to plan ahead and work out when the sun is going to be out so I can capture really beautiful light that gives my photographs that special feeling.

But the sun isn’t out everyday and it’s often not even in the right place or at the right time.

So, the question is: How do I add sun to my portraits/photographs?

The anwser is, I use The Sunflares Pack:  direct.thebellsisters.com/the-sunflares-pack

Our treasured “Sunflares Pack” has saved us time and time again on those dull, dreary days, or when we just want to make our portraits look more sunny and exciting!

The great thing about these sunflares is when you apply them correctly they look exactly like the sun – to the point that nobody would know it’s real or not!

For example here is a recent self-portrait I took processed with The Sunflares Pack: direct.thebellsisters.com/the-sunflares-pack/

BEFORE adding “The Sunflares Pack”

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In the portrait above you can see there is light behind me but on the left it’s dark and dull,  the trees behind me were blocking the sunlight.

Now take a look at the portrait AFTER once I added The Sunflare Pack…

AFTER Adding “The Sunflares Pack”

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And there you have it!

Gorgeous sunshine that looks natural, beautiful and makes the photograph come alive with feeling and happiness.

Below is the side by side before and after image of this portrait.

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Compatible with Photoshop & Photoshop Elements:

The Sunflares Pack is compatible with all versions of Photoshop, and Photoshop Elements. It is also compatible with any software which allows you to add layers to an image, such as Gimp and others.

How To Get “The Sunflare Pack”

The Sunflare Pack is available to purchase on our website follow the link for more before and afters and infomation

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Easter 16% Discount on All Products

For the first time in 6 months, we have a storewide discount…

This Easter you can get 16% off any product.

Simply apply this discount code: HAPPYEASTER16 at checkout and take advantage of this very special offer.

Go to the website: direct.thebellsisters.com

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This Easter offer will end on Tuesday 22nd April – 6PM GMT +1

We wish you all a very happy Easter 🙂

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Best Lightroom 5 Presets for Portraits

Portraits are some of the most emotive and beautiful photographs you can take… so why not have specifically designed Lightroom 5 Presets to enhance their qualities?!

We have very specific Lightroom 5 Presets for Portraits, and here in this blog post I would like to share with you what my Best Lightroom 5 Presets for Portraits are, and how I use them every day with my photography.

So, here’s a list of my favourites, the best Lightroom 5 Presets I’ve been using in 2014..

HappinessWhat Lightroom 5 Presets I use…

Here in the UK we have 4 seasons and the light, colours and tones change all the time. This means what presets I choose to use varies, however there are some Lightroom 5 Presets which I use non-stop, throughout the year.

The following presets are aimed at all year round photography, and also more specifically, spring and summer portraits.

However, everything I use, and my sisters use, is available on this website –  after all, “we only sell, what we use”… so if something doesn’t work for us, we won’t release it.

The Best Lightroom 5 Presets I use for my portraits:-

This incredible preset has quickly become my first choice, along with many hundreds of photographers all over the world. It is remarkable in the way that it processes, with clean, yet vibrant colours and split colouring.

It works on close portraits, distant portraits, and anything ranging from still life, to mountains… you name it.

This preset pack (which is available in a KING Package) is the most valuable preset I know of – so if you do not have it, I urge you… get it! Your life will be a much happier one!

Spring time

The above photo was processed using Whipped Cream / King Pack

Another one of our favourite presets for portraits, is our very  popular Natural Colours Lightroom Preset

It is the best Lightroom 5 preset for portraits, particularly when the light is cold and flat. Take a look at the before and afters you will see how it adds a lovely glow to your photographs too.

Not only will it make your portraits look beautiful, it works for every season i. e. winter, spring summer & autumn photography.

This Lightroom Preset is simply a “must have” it enhance the colours in your photograph to make them look gorgeous while allowing  you to process your photographs with a click of a button.

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The above photo was processed using Natural Colours Lightroom Preset Pack

The name pretty much says it all. I love using it on my more “chilly” photographs because it makes the whole photograph light up and have that wonderful warm-summer feel to it whenever I use it.

The golden tones really adds warmth to my photographs and bring out the best of the tones too.

Here is another recent photograph, processed with the very popular Golden Colouring!

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The above photo was processed with a Lightroom 5 Preset: Indoor Lightroom 5 Preset

More Lightroom 5 Presets, plus Exclusive Presets for Lightroom 5

Take a look at our full range of Lightroom 5 Presets – here you will find many examples of how we use our Lightroom 5 Presets, and every preset comes with 10+ before & after images to share what a particular Lightroom 5 Preset will do.

Alternatively, go straight to our “Best Sellers Pack” if you’re unsure which is the best Lightroom 5 Preset for you.

I hope you enjoy these incredible presets for Lightroom 5 as much as we do.

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A Truth: A Common Story, The Solution

When someone picks up a DSLR for the first time, there’s this amazing feeling – the thought and belief that you can do anything with this amazing piece of technology, and capture the most phenomenal photographs with it, whatever they may be.

!!jumpThis feeling lasts for all of 30 minutes. Why?

It starts to disappears when the camera doesn’t capture what you see… but that feeling hasn’t totally disappeared because you hope you can get it right… So you fiddle with the DSLR, tweak a few things and try again.

This process repeats over and over again, until you get fed up, and put the DSLR down, feeling frustrated.

If you’re persistent, you will probably go and seek advice in the form of books, or online, courses etc…

However there is so much jargon out there – not misinformation, but technical talk-talk, which means little to anyone, unless you’re a professional.

Technical jargon is what stops so many potential photographers reach their goals — whether your goal is to capture fabulous portraits, landscapes, or great family photos — or even create a photography based business.

The thing that is largely missed is that photography is art.

It’s ART – not mathematics or some other form of calculation!

The first, and most important thing to do is work visually — rather than talk about the numerous settings you can use, talk first about what 3 settings you need to adjust (easily) to capture photographs that are aesthetically pleasing.

No amount of explanation on how the camera works, will make you capture fabulous photographs.

What WILL help you, is knowing exactly which settings to use to get the correct light balance, and colour tones. Then what to do if they’re wrong — then additional advice for when you’re ready to explore and push your photography further.

We originally started to help photographers and teach beginners that learning how to become a great photographer is not as hard as it seems with our eBook Photography Tips. The Photography Tips eBook was a huge success and an international hit since it was released in 2010.

Four years on, with 4 more years of knowledge, and the platform of Photography Tips eBook, we started working on a new, far superior eBook, which we released after months of work.

The NEW eBook is: The Bell Sisters DSLR Blueprint eBook — which now covers more areas of photography, a greater explanation on the basics, and professional levels of photography, what not to do, what to do, how to become a professional, how to sell your photographs, and how to capture brilliant photographs in all types of niches – like portraits, still life, food, landscape, action, jump photography and more.

The Bell Sisters’ DSLR Blueprint eBook:- direct.thebellsisters.com/dslr-blueprint-ebook-1573 is going to be one of the most invaluable items in your ‘camera bag’ — it will save you thousands of hours, and an unbelievable amount of money on equipment, and more than anything… the sheer pain of not being able to capture what you see.

With this eBook in your hands, you will have the ultimate power — your DSLR at your fingertips, able to capture what you want, what you see, how you see it, when you want, without painfully struggling because you haven’t got the right piece of information.

 

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New Project 260 Days of Photography By Sasha Bell

For the last few weeks I have been thinking about starting a new photography project and also trying to decide what kind of project to do.

Having already completed two separate 365 projects, I felt I wanted to try something else… and after a lot of thought, I finally set my heart on a unique “260 Days of Photography Project”!

260 Days of Photography: What’s it all about?

The project is quite similar to a 365 Project, minus the weekends – so what I’ll be doing is, taking a photograph every day during the week; Monday-Friday, for a whole year.

Behind the Scenes of "Red Heart" Photograph!

This gives me time on the weekends to do other things, and focus on photography during the week – while at the same time still really building up a huge portfolio.

That’s what I love about these big projects – you get to make a commitment, to do something often, and this really helps build a portfolio that you can be immensely proud of. I have no idea where I would be with my photography if it weren’t for this project, and others like it.

So… without further ado, lets take a look at the first of many photographs to come in my new 260 Days of Photography Project!

Raspberries in Heart Shape

Red Heart Jump

Start Your Own Project!

So, if you’re like me, and you want to build up your photography portfolio, challenge yourself, and give yourself an opportunity to  try new things, then I cannot recommend a photography project more.

Whether you want to take on the big challenge of a 365 Days Project, or so365bookcover-border-2mething a little less time-consuming, such as a 260 Days Project, or 52 Days Project… it’s all possible!

If you’re looking for help, and advice on how to go about doing one of these projects, and all the many things you should, and should not do, how to get through a long and lengthy project, while still staying inspired, plus all the many important tips and things we’ve learnt over the course of many 365 projects, then I highly recommend you grab your copy of “How To: 365 Photography Project” eBook.

This will really help you to avoid those sticky situations when you have no clue what to do, or what the best composition is, or what to photograph, or how to photograph something. It’s a complete guide to photography, and a challenging project.

I’ll let the page do the talking; find out what’s inside the eBook, and how it can help you, even if you don’t want to do a big project like we have – it’s a total guide to your DSLR, how to use it to the best of anyone’s ability, and how to dramatically become a stunning photography, in any field of photography.

“How To: 365 Days of Photography Project” 

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7 Ways to Take Better Horse Photographs

Have you ever found it tricky photographing horses? They always look so beautiful to the eye, yet they can look quite odd in photographs if they’re not photographed correctly.

The question is… How do you make them look good in photographs? How should you frame them, what is too close and What is too far away?

In this blog post we are going to show you 7 ways to take better horses photographs, so lets begin!

1. Get the Horse to Look Interested

If you have taken photographs of horses before, you will know that having their ears forward is essential, they need to look interested. They don’t necessarily need to be looking at you, they can be looking just to the left or right of you.

The way to get their ears forward is to shake something in the air that rattles, then be quick to photograph them as the moment doesn’t always last for very long!

Palomino Horses

2. Get Perfect Focus

Getting the perfect focus can be easy when the horse(s) are standing still but when they are trotting or even cantering, it can be a bit challenging.

If you look at the photograph below of the horses moving, you’ll see the focus is great. In order to get perfect focus for moving horses, we use a fast shutter speed.

The faster the shutter speed, the less chance of any blurriness. And the faster the horses are moving, the faster the shutter speed will need to be.

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3. Equine Portraits

One of the great ways to photograph horses is close up, the key to doing it right is to photograph the horse on the angle.

Take a look at the photograph below – the angle is really good because it’s not too “head on”, the framing isn’t too close either.

Inquisitive Horse

4. Include Horses In Portraits

Make your horse photographs more exciting by photographing them with a model. It can take a bit of practice to get both the model and the horse to look good at the same time – so to begin with just try it with one horse, and then after some practice you can try two or more.

The goal is to have the horse(s) facing the model. You can try using a carrot or some treats if necessary, to keep them interested.

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6. Get Close Up

A great way to photograph horses is to take some close-ups of their ears, eyes or their muzzle.

A great time to take a close up of a horses muzzle is on a cold winters morning in order to catch their breath, or in the afternoon when their whiskers catch the sunlight.

7. Herd of Horses

Photographing a herd of horses really works too – by photographing more than one horse it adds more depth to the photograph and creates a different feeling. Go out and see if you can catch moments of them together, when they’re playing, sniffing each other or even just grazing together.

Sometimes photographing a herd can be quite easy too – as they’ll often set up the photograph for you! For example I was out with my camera taking photographs and suddenly the horses all lined up like this…

Herd of Horses

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The Bell Sisters’ ASOS Giveaway

ASOS Giveaway

** WINNERS ANNOUNCEMENT **

A huge congratulations to the winners! To all the participants, watch this space for another giveaway coming your way soon!

1st Winner: Janice Sivyer

2nd Winner: Stephanie Vas

3rd Winner: Celine van der Berg

This Giveaway is Now Closed! Congratulations to all!

We’re celebrating the New Year by setting ourselves lots of new goals, whether with our photography, business, or life in general.

Now is the PERFECT time to kickstart your life, and start setting yourself some goals. So why not get inspired to do something fantastic with your own photography?

One of our goals is to do something to inspire you with your photography goals…

And we thought this ASOS Giveaway would do just that! ASOS is one of our main go-to stores for props and clothing for photo-shoots — just like the photo above.

So we thought a great way to inspire you with your photography is to do an exciting ASOS Giveaway!

Keep reading to find out what you could win and how to enter & what the prizes are…

The 3 Prizes Are:-

The first runner up is: £25 (value of $40 USD) ASOS Voucher

The second runner up is: £15 (value of $24 USD) ASOS Voucher

The third runner up is: £10 (value of $16 USD) ASOS Voucher

* BONUS PRIZE: Every Entrant Gets 17% OFF “The Bell Sisters”

Plus, as a bonus prize, every entrant (every person who enters to win) will automatically be emailed a special 17% discount code to use on The Bell Sisters website. Applicable to all & any products available for sale.

How It Works

All entries will be entered into a random hat, and we will randomly pull out 3 names!

Then we will post the 3 winners here on this page on January 31st 2014

** Plus ALL entrants will be emailed directly by ourselves with a unique 17% discount code for The Bell Sisters. **

– We are accepting entries from ALL countries. There are NO charges incurred by entering.

 How You Can Enter Today!

Entry deadline: January 30th  2013

 

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Enter NOW to Win!

By entering into The Bell Sisters’ ASOS Giveaway you are signing up to hopefully win one of the 3 available prizes. On top of this you will also be given a 17% discount code to use on The Bell Sisters’ website. Enter to win today!

Step 1:-

Click the Facebook Share button below. A pop-up will appear for you to share on Facebook. Make sure you include this hashtag in your message:- #TheBellSistersASOSGIVEAWAY

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STEP 2:- Now to complete your entry… fill in the form below

Fill in the form below and that’s it – you’re entered in to win!

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Winner announcement will be posted on January 31st on this page.

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