(If you want to watch the video go here!) Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens I’m going to take you back to the days when we used to do all of our images in one shot. No Photoshop, no AI, none of that business. Everything had to be composed in […]
Home Sweet Home Having a studio in your home is a great thing to consider if you want to start taking more portrait photos without paying to rent studio space. You’ll have to do the math on that one to see where your break-even point would be. If you do decide that a photo studio […]
Happy Halloween! In honor of Halloween, we’re checking out how to build your own Halloween-inspired set for under $100, today on The Slanted Lens! Building the Set We love Halloween over at The Slanted Lens- probably because it gives me a reason to turn my bedroom into a creepy, clown-infested Haunted House! I’m going to […]
We are looking at a simple way to create a window on your set using nothing but a seamless, some tape, and an x-acto knife, today on The Slanted Lens! Today’s lesson is focused on a simple idea that should help you figure out how you can adapt it into your own work in order […]
Hi this is Jay P Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens we’re going to review the new MIOPS Smart Trigger. We used this trigger for our high-speed photography lesson, “How To Shoot a Light Bulb”. http://bit.ly/1MGGc9X The MIOPS Smart has 11 different modes. Six of those are native; you use them from your camera. […]
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. […]
Reflectors are a great entry point into the world of lighting so today on The Slanted Lens, I am going to show you how to make one of your own. Let’s get started! Bead foam reflectors have been used on photography and movie sets for years because they are cheap to make, easy to use […]
Today on The Slanted Lens we are going to talk about 6 tips for setting up a home or office studio.
In today’s DIY Equipment lesson from The Slanted Lens, Lars Lindstrom, our cameraman will teach you how to make a portable green screen.
In these segments we will be teaching you how to make affordable equipment. We are starting with a Shoulder Rig.