I have been working on a pilot pitch reel for a company here in Los Angeles. It’s about a man who has a near death experience and ends up in a morgue. I used a Kessler crane with an ikan monitor to get some of the more dramatic shots of the piece.
I had a large roll of bubble wrap and felt compelled to use it.
I had that same red piano book when I took lessons. The fact that I did not enjoy piano should not come as a surprise..
This video is part three in a three part series about soft boxes. In this video we use soft boxes to light the Rocket Fizz Bottle.
I got kicked out of Six Flags Magic Mountain for taking a photo of the roller coaster with my 4X5 view camera. I was young and naive. Now I’m old and more sneaky.
I built this bathroom set at the studio and it was up for way to long. I did a lot of shots on it. Bathroom humor the lowest common denominator.
This Video is part two in a three part series about softboxes. It’s showing how to create a simple three light set up to shoot a model. Part two shows how to apply the science of part one to a real life situation.
I still wonder what possessed me to get 2 cows into the studio to do this shot.
Today we have a soft box lighting tutorial. There are many misconceptions about what Soft Boxes do and how to use them.
Shooting time–lapse is one of the great adventures of still photography. In this lesson I will show how to shoot and light a simple time-lapse sequence.