I loved shooting this shot. We had an air canon with a pipe running through the toilet. We cut a hole in the toilet and blasted the water away. Great fun. I found my old lighting diagram for this shoot. Take a look and tell me if it makes any sense.
In this Slanted Lens lesson we are going to show you how to create background motion by moving the camera and subject together on something with wheels.
My first major welded structors. Suspending three people.
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In this lighting tutorial we take a look at the basics of lighting reflectors and how to use them on location. This is a beginning look at reflectors.
In this Slanted Lens lighting tutorial we take a look at the basics of lighting reflectors and how to use them on location. This is a beginning look at reflectors, the different colors and practical application examples on how to use them. As a beginning photographer, using a reflector is an easy way to start […]
In this Slanted Lens video we look at a simple process to shoot an evening sky and balance it with the artificial lighting from city lights.
The lighting and effects for this shot are broken down on The Slanted Lens You Tube channel. Check it out.
In this video we look at creating Time Lapse using strobes as the light source. There are several problems that can cause time lapse to not work very well when using strobe equipment.
Kids are very good at jumping. This young man was thrilled that he was able to jump all he wanted on the couch.