Teaser: Behind the Scenes with Photographer Yuri Arcurs

Posted Friday, 26 September 2008 by Sverre Sjøthun in Photography
Exclusive teaser with behind the scenes material from the world's best selling stock photographer, Yuri Arcurs and his new Video blog at Crestock.com!
To round off a great week for us, we'd like to share a teaser of our latest feature here on CRE:SOURCE – A video blog with the worlds best selling stock photographer, Yuri Arcurs.

In this series of episodes, you'll get to join him on his photo shoots in the streets and in the studio, and he'll be sharing tips and tricks for both the beginner and the more seasoned veteran.



If you wanna learn more about taking killer photos, editing in Photoshop and more, stay tuned for Episode 1 next week, and like the man said, sign up for our RSS Feed or our Crestock YouTube Channel!

In the mean time, you can always check out Yuri's Eight Secrets from the World’s Top Selling Photographer
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Comments:

Nice Post of a Great Photographer
By we_design on Friday, 26 September 2008 4:35 PM
but maybe you'll correct the headline "Yui" -->
oops..
By ssjothun on Friday, 26 September 2008 6:41 PM
Talk about being caught with my pants down - I can't even spell the name of the star correctly :P

Sverre Sjøthun
Recommendation of a great camera for low light
By BestPhotoGear on Friday, 3 October 2008 1:13 AM
Great post, Yuri. I just had a chance to play with Canon's newest 5D, the 5D Mark II -- what an amazing camera for low level photography, not to mention significant improvements in moisture & dust resistance. The ISO tops out at ISO 25,600. No, I don't see myself shooting at ISO 25,600 -- what it gives me is low noise at high ISO's, which will be fantastic for getting great depth of field in natural low level light. Baby portraits, intimate nighttime portraits, street photography, and yes, STOCK. :-)

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