The phone rings. It’s a client! They want an estimate … now what do you do? Today on The Slanted Lens, I am going to give you eight simple questions, or line of questions, to ask to make sure you can create a great estimate for any client that will earn money.
Today we are going to show you some options to get good audio in your home or office studio. Audio is sometimes the last thing we think about, but the first thing that people notice.
Photo Video West – San Diego Date: Saturday, April 27, 2013 Time: 1:30 pm – 2: 30 pm Location: Video Theater Camera movement has changed in the last few years. It is getting easier to move the camera in smaller and smaller spaces. At NAB this year we saw the introduction of the Movi System by Freefly which […]
Part 2 on a photographers’s steps to working in advertising. Now that you have a non-photography hobby, it is time to have fun with it!
A Photographer’s Steps to Working in Advertising Step 1: Find a Hobby By Jay P Morgan If you’re a photographer and you want to get started in the advertising industry, one way to start is to get a hobby. Nice try: not photography! It’s not a hobby. It’s your profession. So branch outside the world […]
By Jay P Morgan As we discussed previously, a commercial photographer’s goal is to meet the needs of his or her clients. Sometimes this means that the talent won’t look beautiful but rather terrible. One very common thing you will hear from talent is, “Do I look good?” Talent can be very self-conscious, and when […]
. Our first light is a Dynalite Pack (MP800) and a studio head with a large Photoflex soft box. I add a grid to the soft box because the room is small, and I need to keep all of the light off the surrounding walls and ceiling.
Learn the difference between talent in commercial photography and portrait photography to improve your ads.