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How You Shot It – The Grass Field Portrait by Reynaldo Vento
This photograph was captured during a recent summer portrait session here in South Texas. I balanced the ambient lighting with strobe lighting, and also used an ND filter to darken the ambient lighting in order to use a wider aperture and blur out the background.
How We Shot It – The 8 Shot Composite Monaco Mansion Wedding Photo
Things might not always go our way, but with a little bit of creativity, we can usually get by. In this shot, we show you how we created this 8 shot composite of Monaco Mansion. Enjoy!
How We Shot It – Infinite Triangles with Tungsten Hot Lights
In this article, we are going to show you how we lit and shot this image which we are calling “Infinite Triangles.” Enjoy!
How We Shot It – Painterly Image with Gridded Beauty Dish
Great location can invoke a certain type of photograph. The architecture from the outside reminds me of those rustic Italian villas, so for this scene, we want to to have a painterly image that evokes a feeling of romantic grandness to it, as if they were already in their honeymoon somewhere in Italy.
How We Shot It – The Vogue Styled Portrait Session
In this article we show you guys our shooting and lighting setup for how we pulled off this magazine styled portrait session.
Dramatic Black & White Portraits [Getting The Shot – Episode 1]
Alright, it’s time for a new series! Welcome to “Getting The Shot” with your camera-geek host, Matthew Saville. The goal of this series will actually be to explain (in a NON-geeky way) what goes into making a photograph. Instead of going crazy with techno-babble and assumptions of reader skill level, these articles will focus on three simple things: