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$50 DIY Continuous Lighting Set-Up For Great Portraits | Aaron Nace
For little money, you can have a 3 light set-up for taking great portrait. Aaron Nace shows you how to make it, and make the most out of it.
Help Your Clients Overcome Their Fear Of the Camera Lens With Peter Hurley At TEDx
In the following ~14 minute video, Peter Hurley and Anna Rowley delve into some of the psychology of taking someone’s portrait and how to overcome the fear and judgement that comes when a camera is pointed at them.
Using a Softbox to Create an All White Backdrop for Headshots | Gavin Hoey
No space for a white seamless background for headshots? No problem! Use a softbox to create a clean white background.
There Are Financial Benefits To Beauty – Shoot & Edit Accordingly
How you shoot someone could help open doors and earn your clients more money. There are financial benefits to the right look for a particular purpose – shoot and edit accordingly.
Peter Hurley Discusses His Favorite Celebrity Shoots, and How He Started PH2
In the past we’ve run a few articles on Peter Hurley, an industry leader known for his head shot prowess and down to earth lighting and posing tutorials. In a recent video for Ayzenberg Films, Peter Hurley talks about how he started his referral program PH2, and how to become an associate photographer.
Westcott’s New Eyelighter, Perfect For Headshots & Portraits
Westcott has announced a new specialty reflector designed specifically for use in headshot and portrait photography. The new Eyelighter is a curved reflector that is designed to be used as the “bottom” in your standard top down lighting setups like clamshell and butterfly lighting.
How You Shot It: “StudioFun” Kids Portrait by Jan Bon Jr.
How You Shot It is a series where you show us how you shot an image. Today’s post comes from Jan Bon Jr. a photographer in Belgium, whose shot of his adorable daughter Fien, caught our eye.