We’re getting up close and personal with animals, today on The Slanted Lens! I love working with animals and learn something new every time I do, so I thought I would share some tips with you about how to effectively work with animals on set. When I first decided to start taking pictures of animals, […]
Harley Quinn and the Joker’s stylized looks recently took the world by storm in Suicide Squad. With the help of Teri Groves, we’re teaching you how to recreate the makeup for the characters, and then heading out for a fun photo shoot. We’ve got fog and gels and a huge fan on set, so let’s get started and […]
Hi this is Jay P. Morgan, and today on The Slanted Lens we’re lighting a kitchen disaster on set, with Jodie Sweetin. Jodie’s getting ready for the premiere of her new show, Fuller House. Jodie enjoys photographs with opposition, so we went with the ‘glamorous girl upfront with a kitchen disaster behind her’. This was not one of […]
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 […]
Learn the difference between talent in commercial photography and portrait photography to improve your ads.