There are quite a few key components of organizing a commercial or editorial shoot, more so than the normal portrait session. This post will cover the basics with a few cool tips and sources to find deeper information. Let's address each piece of the puzzle in order:Read More
Admittedly, reaching 100 beers took a while overall with my dive into the beer landscape happening in 2005. Do yourself a huge favor and let a brew make you a new acquaintance after you read this, then let me know about it in the comments! Without further adieu, my 100th review!Read More
Friend and associate Twanee Dykes & I got together for a portrait session. Really simple and straight forward, I tried to keep things minimal in the set up and execution.Read More
Dustin Farrell created this awesome time-lapse video of landscapes using a Canon 5D Mark II and Adobe After Effects. It's absolutely amazing what this camera can do in the right hands and with the right equipment / shooter. I'll eventually try my hand at something like this, but i've got to get my money up first!
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As graduation and the life afterwards both creep closer on the horizon, your thoughts should be on completing your degree and / or landing your first job. Dealing with the issues of today’s job market and economic standing, both of those feats have become substantially more difficult. However the tried and true method of success, networking, remains one of the best ways to attain your goals. Networking has, and will continue to be, the greatest tool you have in your arsenal to move beyond living as a student to living as an employee / employer.Read More
As an act of kindness, i've decided to provide my readers with some wise rules for producing a multimedia project. Creating a project from scratch can be a daunting task, but by following these rules, your project can come off without a hitch (in most cases).Read More
This tutorial covers outdoor lighting on a budget, as well as reflector positioning and usage.
In this tutorial, we discuss some of the limitations of indoor lighting and some tips to make your simpler indoor images look better.
[youtube id="kG1AotFra3U"][divider_line]Another tutorial designed for the beginning photographer; this video concentrates on explaining and giving real world examples of what iso is and how it can/should be used by a photographer.
This new series of videos will be detailing tips and tricks that can be used in capturing images. My first is an explanation of composition of an image, the rule of thirds and tips for guiding viewer attention in images.Read More