In today’s Slanted Lens lesson we will take a look at depth of field as a creative tool while shooting some fashion shots on location at Vasquez Rocks, CA.
A great lighting tool is the Ring Light or Ring Flash. The Ring Light was invented in the 1950’s as a light source to capture medical images.
This lighting tutorial was shot at a Malibu beach location and the information that we learned about Octodomes lighting in our last lesson.
In this Slanted Lens lighting tutorial we take a look at using smoke as a creative tool. I’m going to concentrate on using smoke to create a silhouette and to show sun-rays.
When I shoot I often have a smoke machine on hand. When I shoot on location I always have one.
This tutorial covers the camera setup for dslr video. It talked about color correction, frames per second, and more.
The art of shooting Black and White Photography has changed with the introduction of digital cameras. Many people convert their images to Black and White in the post process but very few shoot with Black and White in mind from the beginning
In this Slanted Lens video we look at a simple process to shoot an evening sky and balance it with the artificial lighting from city lights.
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.
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.
I will break down the images form Liz’s shoot to help gain a better understanding of how to use a Beauty Dish.