Hi, this Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens we’re shooting a fantasy portrait, and we’re using the new GFX 50S by Fujifilm. We’re going to see how it works and if, as a medium format camera, it can hold up to the rigors of shooting fast on the set of one of our […]
Harley Quinn and the Joker’s stylized looks recently took the world by storm in Suicide Squad. With the help of Teri Groves, we’re teaching you how to recreate the makeup for the characters, and then heading out for a fun photo shoot. We’ve got fog and gels and a huge fan on set, so let’s get started and […]
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 […]
I want to show how grids work and how you can light with them while at the same time mixing them with tungsten light.
I am going to show you how to do a simple light setup for a person (or two Yetis) in order to be able to outline the subject from the background.
We are shooting a woman lying on a bed of garbage for a company called Mini Bini. We will combine NorthStar LED lights with tungsten lights to create a dreamy look.
We are shooting out at the old LA Zoo in Griffith Park. We are creating a retro mummy image by shooting a campy, B-movie image of a mummy chasing some explorers in a cave with only a torch for light.
For today’s lesson, we will be using double reflectors to light a cave as we shoot out at the old LA Zoo. We must use reflectors since the openings to the cave are all in the shade.
For today’s lesson, we’re shooting at Luke Air Force Base in Phoenix, AZ. Let’s take a look at lighting an F-16 with 400 watt strobes.