J.P. Morgan and theSlantedlens takes on how to shoot very basic corporate portraits. When you take a job on to shoot an office full of people where do you start? What background do we need? Where do we shoot? What is the schedule and how do I light everyone? These are a few of the Read MoreRead More
In this lecture Joel Grimes shares the single greatest fundamental rule of lighting that will shatter your perception of how lighting really works. “I love setting people free from the technical burdens that bog us down and move forward into the creative process.” Joel will also attempt to shatter the standard view of how we Read MoreRead More
Food, glorious food! From professional food photography to snapping a picture of your dinner plate, there is a true art and craft to capturing marvellous edible still life. Here is a great mix of behind the scenes of industry food photo shoots and DIY plate shooters. View the Playlist on YouTubeRead More
Learn how to light your movie scene using a limited budget in this episode of “Weapons of Mass Production.” Kevin and John show how to use incandescent and fluorescent bulbs, as well as using work lights from hardware stores to light your scenes by taking a scene and re-shooting it with new lighting. Read More
In this 80 minute seminar for B&H Photography, Professional photographer, Robert Jacobs will cover his approach to Food and Still Life photography. The workflow from initial concept to final image will be covered. Also, learn how to collaborate with a food stylist & prop stylist, from prop selection, to arrangement of food on a plate.Read More
Rich Harrington demonstrates how get the most out of the lighting you are using. In this episode, Rich demonstrates how to get the best skin-tone, hair light, and background light by using different light modifying techniques. Learn how to use lighting accessories such as gels, dimmers, flags, reflectors, and cookies to get a great-looking interview.