Download my Business Coaching Class. It’ll change your business. Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens we’re going to shoot forty photographs of dentists on a white background. We’ve only got ten hours to do this so we’d better get started and see what we can do. We’re shooting forty photographs of […]
Today on The Slanted Lens I’m teaching you stop action photography using the MIOPS Smart trigger in laser mode. You’ll also need a strobe that can fire with short flash duration, like the Dynalite Baja B6. We splashed water on our model, Rebecca Bujko, over and over again. We were able to adjust the delay […]
Hi this is Jay P. Morgan, and today on The Slanted Lens we’re lighting a kitchen disaster on set, with Jodie Sweetin. Jodie’s getting ready for the premiere of her new show, Fuller House. Jodie enjoys photographs with opposition, so we went with the ‘glamorous girl upfront with a kitchen disaster behind her’. This was not one of […]
Visit our store to buy your Keep on Clickin’ t-shirts! Hi I’m Jay P. Morgan and today on The Slanted Lens I’m going to teach you how to fire your strobes using sound. Today’s lesson comes to you through a lot of trial and error. That’s just the nature of the beast when you’re triggering […]
Shop with our new affiliate program from Samy’s Camera to help keep these lessons from The Slanted Lens coming. Hi this is Jay P. Morgan. Today I’m going to take you through the process of photographing Lincoln at Gettysburg. Yesterday we came up here to Little Round Top. We settled Lincoln here on the corner. […]
Download “How to Estimate a Shoot” today, it’ll help you make more money. http://bit.ly/1VQTs0C Hi this is Jay P Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens I’m going to teach you how to shoot in full sun with strobes, using Dynalite’s new Baja B6. We’re out at the Commemorative Air Force Museum in Camarillo, California, […]
Today on the Slanted Lens we are going to look at how to gain more control of your light and more specifically, your soft box, by using a technique called feathering.
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.
For a couple years now, I have been shooting a portrait series I call Time Period; it is an art series that allows me to look back a how people lived their lives in past times. I love history and this gives me the opportunity to live in a different time period, if only for a few hours. My goal is to create portraits that look like they were taken by me as if I were there in that time. It is a fun process, but can be an expensive one. Shooting for different time periods means that you need props, wardrobe and locations that fit and if you aren’t careful, these can all drive the cost way up. Today I am out at Herber Valley Air Museum for a portrait with a WWII pilot in front of his airplane and I want to give you four tips that will help you set up a vintage portrait shoot like this one without breaking the bank.
Today on the Slanted Lens, we are going to show you 5 lighting setups for your home or office studio. We are going to use affordable lights that anyone can get for under $300.