Shop with our new affiliate program from Samy’s Camera to help keep these lessons from The Slanted Lens coming. Hi this is Jay P. Morgan. Today I’m going to take you through the process of photographing Lincoln at Gettysburg. Yesterday we came up here to Little Round Top. We settled Lincoln here on the corner. […]
Download “How to Estimate a Shoot” today, it’ll help you make more money. http://bit.ly/1VQTs0C Hi this is Jay P Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens I’m going to teach you how to shoot in full sun with strobes, using Dynalite’s new Baja B6. We’re out at the Commemorative Air Force Museum in Camarillo, California, […]
Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens we’re looking at combining three things: two axis motion, time-lapse, and live action footage to give us a unique shot. We’re shooting on the 3rd Street bridge in Los Angeles, using our Genie, Genie Mini and Magic Carpet from Syrp. This is […]
Today we have a soft box lighting tutorial. There are many misconceptions about what Soft Boxes do and how to use them.
Shooting time–lapse is one of the great adventures of still photography. In this lesson I will show how to shoot and light a simple time-lapse sequence.
I was approached by Darren McMullen of MTV fame to shoot images for his new web site. He wanted a shot of him waking up the day after a drunken binge in a hotel room not knowing what had happened.
What a blast we had shooting and lighting break away glass. It was fun to make it, break it, and light it. In this video we will show you how to make Candy glass and then introduce you to the premier Hollywood product used on set today.
In this BTS video I break down the different angles and camera moves that create the ending of the Golf Video short called “3 extra hours of Golf”.
In this lesson we will look at lights that don’t have any soft boxes or light modifiers. I used heads with reflectors only.
I love to create images that require special effects. Many times I have turned to suspension to solve the photographic problems that are presented to me by Art directors