Today on The Slanted Lens we are using Rosco LEDs to take portraits and are discussing the pros and cons of doing so. Let’s take a look! Why Consider Using LEDs over Strobes? For the shoot that accompanied this lesson we were doing a film noir theme. These 1920’s era shots feature very hard lighting […]
Sorry your browser does not support iFrame Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens we’re looking at the new, powerful, daylight balanced LED from Aputure, the 120d. You may remember the tungsten version of these lights from this lesson. I liked the 120t’s so much that I asked Aputure if I could […]
Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens we’re looking at the four principles George Hurrell used when creating his iconic portraits of Hollywood actors and actresses. And we’re using LED lights to do it. George Hurrell was the master of vintage Hollywood portraits. He sculpted their faces and really made them […]
Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens we’re reviewing the Cobra Interview LED light kit from Savage. This is a great little light kit that you can easily take on location for photo and video. I’ve used the Savage seamless backgrounds forever, and they’ve always been great to have on set. But […]
Hi this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens we’re at The Mannequin Gallery, a mannequin factory here in L.A. We’re gonna show you how to light an interview in mixed lighting situations using your Vector lights. And remember, when you order through our affiliate links at Amazon or B&H Photo Video you’ll be […]
Support The Slanted Lens by shopping our affiliate link with Samy’s Camera. This Rosco LitePad Vector is a powerful LED light. It is color balanced and has a frosted lens on the front of the LED so you get a nice, soft light, with 1700 Lux. You can use the LitePad Vector without a diffusor because of the […]
While shooting at the Orange Empire Railway Museum, we will look at the process of mixing HMI and LED lights.
We are shooting two camera interviews with executives. We will look at the process of mixing daylight with LED light.