Still playing a little bit of catch up on my project 52 for the Dogwood 52 Challenge, now on week 10 an Environmental / Location Portrait. This is where I can mix a little bit of work with leisure being able to snap my location portrait at work!
Ok before I start I must admit that I made a litttttttle mistake last week. I may have shot week 8’s Landscape: Wide Angle/Panorama landscape photo as… Read more “Dogwood 52 Challenge Week 8”
Most photos of liquids would be back-lit meaning that the liquid is lit up like Broadway. As the neck of the bottle thins the amount of fluid the light travels though lessens meaning that the light is brighter at this point.
For some drinks or liquids this can add to the shot, but what if you don’t want this ?
What if you want the consistency of the liquid to be the same top to bottom?
Anyone who shoots tethered will know the benefits of being able to see real-time results of your photos without depending on the JPG preview on the back of… Read more “The Studio Novice, Home Made Tether Table”
In previous posts I talked about the versatility of shooting using umbrellas and how one light is often all you need.
Over the weekend I did a shoot where simplicity was the key to capturing the shots that would meet the brief.
To do this I set up the shoot with a single reflective umbrella and controlled the shadows using reflectors.
Kyūketsuki – The Japanese word for Vampire. As the fascination of sparkly vampires brought to us by the twilight movies returns to the darkness from where it… Read more “Kyūketsuki – A series of Portraits By Sean Moore”
When setting up your first home studio the temptation to buy enough equipment to fill the entire space is overwhelming. The best approach is the research the… Read more “The Studio Novice, What should I buy first?”
Walking into a photography studio for the first or second, time many photographers (myself being no exception) can be distracted by the assortment of equipment available for… Read more “The Studio Novice, How Many Lights Do I need?”