Today on The Slanted Lens, we are looking at the top ten affordable holiday gifts any photographer or videographer would love. Check it out! Platypod Max Camera Support: 2. Luxi Light Meter: 3. Lume Cube: 4. Wescott 50″ 5-in-1: 5. Rode smartLAV: Your browser does not support iFrame. 6. Polaroid Onestep2: 7. Blackrapid Sport: […]
Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens we’re going to take a look at teleprompters. Why you need a teleprompter, and how to use it. Teleprompter Today we’re taking a look at teleprompters. In the last three months I’ve been using them constantly on set. Long shoots with tons of dialogue on […]
Hi, this is Edward C-Stand Hands. Today on The Slanted Lens you’ll learn how to easily use a C-Stand, a great heavy duty stand for lights and so much more. Norms Studio Equipment is my choice of C-Stand. I’ve been using their products since the beginning of my career. Norms C-Stands feature a unique spring […]
Sign up for my business coaching class! I’ll help you grow your business in 2016. http://theslantedlens.com/businessclass Hi this is Jay P. Morgan and today on The Slanted Lens, we’re going to talk about apple boxes. There are four different sizes: full, half, quarter and pancake. I know. Not an apple. Weird. People always ask, “Well, what is there […]
Free business coaching call with Jay P. on March 3rd at 5pm PT, sign up today: http://theslantedlens.com/businessclass Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan and Lars Lindstrom, and today on The Slanted Lens, Trends is back! It shall henceforth be known as “Photo/Video Trends”. We’ll be posting on the second Thursday of each month. We’ve set […]
Hi this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens we are headed to Gettysburg. I’m going to show you the things that we’re packing to take with us on our shoot. This shoot is unusual because it’s just Julene and I. So I packed accordingly. Julene doesn’t like to carry a lot of […]
We are out at the SKB case factory again and today on The Slanted Lens, I am going to show you how to shoot an industrial image without destroying your equipment.