Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens, we’re going to show you how to create shafts of light both for still images and for film. I love the look of light streaming into a room for film as well as in stills. There are four principles that come into play when […]
Hi this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens we’re at The Mannequin Gallery, a mannequin factory here in L.A. We’re gonna show you how to light an interview in mixed lighting situations using your Vector lights. And remember, when you order through our affiliate links at Amazon or B&H Photo Video you’ll be […]
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 […]
FREE business coaching class TODAY, March 3rd, at 5pm PT. Sign up now, don’t miss out! We’ve got giveaways as well. Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on the Slanted Lens I’m in Gettysburg teaching you how to combine strobes with ambient light- in this case at sunset. I just love Gettysburg. We rolled […]
Shop with our new affiliate program from Samy’s Camera to help keep these lessons from The Slanted Lens coming. Hi this is Jay P. Morgan. Today I’m going to take you through the process of photographing Lincoln at Gettysburg. Yesterday we came up here to Little Round Top. We settled Lincoln here on the corner. […]
Hi this is Jay P Morgan and today on The Slanted Lens we’re going to do some high speed photography using a new trigger called Miops Smart. We’re going to shoot a light bulb. Literally. We’re going to shoot a BB through a light bulb. Setup We’ve got a BB gun on two c stands. […]
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.
. 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.