Let’s be creative this quarantine! Let’s see how we can shoot highly reflective cutlery.
Some time ago I heard about the Brenizer method to produce a wide image with a shallow depth of field. I wondered about using this technique using flash, and I’d like to share the results with you.
I recently saw an image in a facebook group where the subject was frozen, but the context showed light trails. Some people commented that it was probably photoshopped, but you can make it in camera. Keep reading to learn how.
Are you using checklists in your productions? Why not? They are awesome! Keep reading to learn how to use them.
Have you shot a self-portrait? If so, how about a themed self-portrait? Keep reading to learn how I did mine.
Let’s create an image with High Key lighting! How can you do it? Keep reading and you’ll see.
Have you seen those images with a dark background and only a portion of the subject is exposed? Let’s create an image like that! Keep reading to learn how.
Let’s balance flash with ambient light, so we make a natural looking image! Keep reading to learn how.
Flash features are great but, how do you actually use a flash? Keep reading to learn how.