(If you want to watch the video go here to our post on YouTube!) Hey, I’m heading to a local hardware store to get the materials to show you how to make three DIY low camera rigs. Rigs that’ll get your camera right down on the ground as low as possible or go in really […]
DIY RGB Portraits On A Budget
3 DIY Reflectors, Easy & Inexpensive Solutions & How To Use Them
How to do Long Term Time-lapse
Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens we’re going to take a look at how to get great long-term time-lapse. What do I mean by long-term time-lapse? Things that take longer than a couple hours to accomplish. Things that take months or weeks to accomplish like building a building or […]
Better Than A Soft Box, Inexpensive Product Lighting Solution
Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. You know what, when you’re doing product photography soft boxes are not always the solution. There’s a technique that product photographers have been using for years that gives them beautiful highlights. Highlights they can scale to what they’re photographing. And the ability to really create things in tight […]
How To Make Your Videos Interesting With Unique Camera Angles And DIY Rigs
Using 120 frames a second and some speed ramping in post, plus some physical effects, to make a really boring subject matter super engaging and exciting to watch. Let’s take a look at how we did each one of these shots. As a filmmaker, and especially as a commercial filmmaker, you’re faced with the […]
DIY Probe Lens – Inexpensive Alternative!
Stop Motion Photography! How to Make Money!
Build a Halloween Set for Under $100
Happy Halloween! In honor of Halloween, we’re checking out how to build your own Halloween-inspired set for under $100, today on The Slanted Lens! Building the Set We love Halloween over at The Slanted Lens- probably because it gives me a reason to turn my bedroom into a creepy, clown-infested Haunted House! I’m going to […]
360 Degree Product Photography on White
Today on The Slanted Lens we’re showing you how to light and shoot do 360 degree photography! Don’t miss out! Setting up Your Shot The easiest and simplest way I have found to create excellent product photography is to start with a product table. This table will allow you to rotate the product without having […]