Today on The Slanted Lens we are using Rosco LEDs to take portraits and are discussing the pros and cons of doing so. Let’s take a look! Why Consider Using LEDs over Strobes? For the shoot that accompanied this lesson we were doing a film noir theme. These 1920’s era shots feature very hard lighting […]
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Join my for my free business coaching call. Don’t miss out; sign up today! Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens we’ll teach you how to use strobes as a stand in for the sun in a Mad Max Fantasy Portrait. Let’s get started and see what we can do. For […]
Visit our store to buy your Keep on Clickin’ t-shirts! Hi I’m Jay P. Morgan and today on The Slanted Lens I’m going to teach you how to fire your strobes using sound. Today’s lesson comes to you through a lot of trial and error. That’s just the nature of the beast when you’re triggering […]
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, […]
For today’s lesson, we’re shooting at Luke Air Force Base in Phoenix, AZ. Let’s take a look at lighting an F-16 with 400 watt strobes.
Today we are going to look at using strobes and a continuous light source together on set to create an interesting portrait. We want to take some wonderful images of Rebecca Grant on a small set representing a back stage make-up area.
In this Slanted Lens tutorial we look at the process of combining natural light and strobes on location.