(If you want to watch the video go to YouTube at The Slanted Lens!) So, I’m here at Salt Lake with Kenneth. We’re going to Tokyo! I am super excited ! I can’t really talk about what we’re going to do there. But we’re excited to be going. We got to the airport three hours […]
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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 […]
If You Want Great Images Learn To Control The Background!
If you don’t control the background, you’re not controlling your image. In this video Jay P shares 7 different ways to control your background and give you better images. These are simple techniques to master to improve your photography. Hi, this is Jay P Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens, we’re down here in Los […]
All You Need for Landscape Photography is a 50mm Lens
Today on The Slanted Lens we’re going to take a look at why a 50mm lens is the only lens you need for landscape photography. You might wonder why I say that? Well, when I was shooting with Cheyne Walls who is an excellent Landscape photographer, he only shot with a 50 millimeter equivalent […]
QuickTip: 4 Ways Dirt Will Improve Your Imagery
Today on The Slanted Lens we are taking a peek into Hollywood movie magic and showing you how to make your shots older and dustier. What’s the trick? It’s Fuller’s Earth! Fuller’s Earth Picture any of those old Clint Eastwood, John Wayne westerns where cowboys come walking in covered in dust. We all have moments […]
QuickTip: Turn Smoke Into Low-Lying Fog for Your Next Shoot
QuickTip: Highlighting Hair in Photoshop
Today on The Slanted Lens we are introducing our second photo retouching segment! Julene Morgan, a professional retoucher from Los Angeles, will be sharing a QuickTip on adding highlights to hair in photoshop. Check it out! Camera RAW Adjustments Whenever I start working on an image, I always start in camera RAW. I think a […]