(If you want to watch the video go here!) Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens, we’re going to take a look at how to light shiny metal. But I just want to talk about a simple shiny metal object. Shiny metal is different than anything else you’ll photograph in that […]
Hi, this is Jay P Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens we bring you an episode of the Laws of Light. We’re going to look at how to light shiny metal in a still life. This is difficult because we have shiny metal that needs its own attention. But we also have a still […]
Today on The Slanted Lens I have Devyn Howard and Michael Nelson out with a Model A car to help me illustrate the balance of strobes with ambient light. I was just a shutter fest and I was thrilled to see the number of people using strobes again. I thought that time was gone and […]
Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens, we’re shooting a portrait of Randy with his ’66 Chevy. We’re going to concentrate on how to do a nice portrait of Randy and have a car doing sheet metal in the background. It’s all about incident angle and how you can get that […]
Photo or video business not doing as well as you hoped? Download my class today and get back on track. High-Speed Sync Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. You may have heard the term high-speed sync as it relates to photography. This technique is handy when you want to shoot with strobes, but still have […]
Why High Speed Sync? To understand high speed sync, we need to understand how shutters work. Most camera shutters are two curtains that open and close. I know there are some cameras with a leaf shutter but that is for a different lesson. At speeds slower than 1/125th, or 1/60th depending on your camera, the […]
I am going to include a How To Video on Special effects form time to time. This is the first on making rain. Love Special effects and will look forward to producing these.