I found a great site to help make the buying process easier. Go to camerarocket.com . Type in the camera you want to compare and they will give you a side by side comparison of the some of the most important features.Read More → Share
Shooting Brittany Oldehoff was a terrific experience in Miami Beach. Art Direction by Jarmo; MUA by Mary Alejo.
Shot in ambient reflected light using two large, 4′x8′, white reflectors camera right and camera left, with the model in the shade against a white wall. The camera was about 6″ off of the floor level. This will give your the model even longer looking legs.
Read all about it at the link http://shootthecenterfold.com/dr-dans-one-on-one-with-shoot-the-centerfold/
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Todays post is of Mistress Alexia (stage name) shooting a hi-key image. Choosing the right model is key in creating a mood. Here Alexia with the look in her eye gives you “the look” that can cause you to melt. With the prop in her hand this takes on a whole new meaning.
This was shot using three heads. Two directly behind her shooting through white plexiglass. Then a ring ...Read More → Share
Here is an example of controlling harsh sunlight.
Brenda was placed in the door way of an exterior entry way into the bedroom. The sun was high in the sky and very unflattering. A 8′x8′ silk was placed over her head to cut down the intensity of the sun. A beauty dish was our main light set at f4 1/250 iso 50. Two open flash heads were placed in the bedroom to raise the level to an ambient tone to camera ...Read More → Share
Now is the time to share my knowledge and my style with world. Along with this is a new site design!
Over the past year I have answered many questions regarding photography and I find that I am eager to share my knowledge and my experiences that hopefully will help you on your creative journey. Remember, that just because you have a lighting kit, a reflector, an expensive ...
Todays image is entitled “REDNECK MOVIE NIGHT”. this is an uncropped image to show light placement.
I shot this at the Four Square Studios with Paul Peregrine. Shot entirely with speed lights! We used 10 gelled for effect and used zoot snoots to focus the beam of light to specific areasTfor the screen glow on the models face we used a foursquare soft box with a ...