Laws of Light: Cube Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Welcome back to our series on the Laws of Light. If you didn’t watch the first, you’ll want to go back and start there. A cube is an interesting subject matter because it relates to a lot of things that a photographer or videographer […]
Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens, we’re starting a series called “The Laws of Light.” These principles were taught to me at Art Center College of Design by Charlie Potts, who was the head of the photo department there. I was taught these principles, I’ve been building on them for […]
Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens I’m going to show you how to make a dramatic studio portrait on location, even though we’re in the midst of bright sunlight. Let’s get started and see what we can do. We’ve been doing some great environmental portraits here of Keith on […]
Register for my Lighting on Location Photography Workshop today! Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens, we’re going to show you how to take harsh sun, and turn it into a beautiful soft keylight, using a translucent reflector. Let’s take a look at the footage we shot, out at a vintage […]
10% off registration expires April 1st. Use “earlybird“. Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens I’m going to show you my favorite lighting setup for photographing or filming food using the Sryp Genie, Genie Mini, and Magic Carpet slider. Not only that, I’m going to show you a great parallax move that really […]
Sign up for my lighting on location workshop. Save 10% off registration with code “earlybird” till April 1st. Hi this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens we’re gonna talk about stands. Just your normal, everyday light stand. How to set ’em up and how to use them. There’s a lot more here […]
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.
The Slanted Lens is back at the YouTube Space & we are going to take a look at the basics of shooting slow motion video then try out the Phantom camera.
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.
I am reviewing some bokeh basics by using a double rim/key light setup on our couple and trying out different lenses.