Stop shooting on Manual. I’ll tell you why. In the beginning it has always been “Shoot on Manual”. You have to have manual focus and manual settings. Everything is manual, manual, manual. That’s the only way you learn. The reality is cameras have become way too good at doing some of these things and […]
We compare 4 sensor sizes to see how they compare in print image quality: Hasselblad X1D II 50C, Sony a7R IV, Sony a6600 and Panasonic GH5. See how much difference there is in the Medium, Full-frame, APS-C and Micro 4/3 Sensors. Special thanks to our friends at LensProToGo and Datacolor for helping us make this […]
Aperture, the more you know the better you will be with your photography. Let’s clarify some terminology before we go forward because I am going to be saying sharp and out of focus quite a bit. What is sharp and what is in focus? Sharp and in focus is what I am right now. I […]
How to make money in Stop Motion Photography. There are 3 things we want to talk about to give you good information on this subject. What equipment do you really need to have? What do you charge to do Stop Motion? How to get clients? We will cover these 3 things and give you a […]
Is medium format worth it? Take a look at this hands on review of the Hasselbald X1D II 50C. The stunning color and large image sizes are really something to consider. Hasselblad X1D Review Today on The Slanted Lens we snuck over to a field next to my house and we’ve been over here before. […]
Canon came late to the party BUT THEY BROUGHT ALL THE BEER!!! Canon just made several new announcements and confirmed rumors about the R5 that are really exciting! But a student recently asked me – “what camera should I buy? Sony a7 III, FUJI XT4 or the Canon R5?” Well let’s look at these new […]
Hey it’s Jay P Morgan here on The Slanted Lens and today I’m going to show you my editing process using both photoshop and Luminar 4 to edit portraits! You know, I shoot a ton of people, and because I shoot so many people it seems like I spend a tremendous amount of time retouching […]
I used to think ND filters were a JOKE but I stand very corrected in this new Laws of Light comparing ND filters to high speed sync and showing how to balance them with harsh outside light and shadows.
Do you know your camera basics? Today we dive into shutter speed and teach you all the ways you can use shutter speed to unlock your creativity and expand your photography style. Learn how to show fluid movement or capture a split second and what styles of photography these shutters speed options are best for. […]
Learn how to use a beauty dish INSIDE and OUT in our latest video in the Laws of Light series! We take this amazing collapsible beauty dish from Westcott from our studio setup to an epic sunset to show you how to truly master the beauty dish.