Join my for my free business coaching call. Don’t miss out; sign up today! Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens we’ll teach you how to use strobes as a stand in for the sun in a Mad Max Fantasy Portrait. Let’s get started and see what we can do. For […]
Please support new content by shopping our affiliate links with Amazon and B&H Photo Video. My Lighting on Location photography workshop is coming up! Register today. Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens we’re going to show you how to light glass and then photograph ice splashing into a cup of water. We’ll […]
My Lighting on Location Workshop is April 30th. Save 10% off registration with code “earlybird” at checkout by April 1st. Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens we’re going to take a wonderful portrait of Mario here bathed in blue light with a double rim. And then we’re going to use […]
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 […]
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.
When I light for an image, I have to control where the light is placed and on the camera is rarely a choice for me. Today, we are shooting a swordsman in front of a sunset on location in Los Angeles. We are going to take a look at how to get a TTL flash […]
In today’s lighting tutorial, we will focus on helping you see what you can do using a motivated key light in your photo and video shoots.
Today we are looking at snoot basics in photography & video lighting. A snoot is a funny name for a piece of equipment that fits over a studio light or portable flash and allows the photographer to control the direction or area of coverage of the light.
We are shooting a stylized shot of a girl holding an umbrella in the wind — just a fun exercise in lighting on a set with simple elements.