10 Essentials You Need to Find Success as an Event Photographer!
Jay P. Morgan of The Slanted Lens recently sat down with Paul from Kobra Modifiers to take a look at the 10 essentials Paul recommends to be a successful event photographer.
Photography Tips | This Tool Keeps White Balance On Point In Tricky Lighting
White balance can be tricky in mixed lighting conditions, but there is a tool that is designed to help sort…
Studio Photography Tips | Ten Ways To Get Creative With Seamless Paper
If you’re familiar with seamless paper backdrops, likely the first thing to come to mind at their mention is a…
How to Photograph Christmas Lights With Jay P. Morgan
In honor of the festive season, Jay P. Morgan from The Slanted Lens has released the following video tutorial on how to photograph Christmas lights.
How to Light a F-16 and a Pilot With 400 Watt Strobes
Although you can use it as a keylight, the sun can sometimes be your worst enemy as a photographer. In this photo shoot by The Slanted Lens, Jay P. Morgan had to light a F-16 jet and it’s pilot with just 400 watt strobes.
How to Shoot a Great Portrait in Direct Sunlight Using Speedlights
This awesome video tutorial comes from the folks of The Slanted Lens. Jay P. Morgan will show you how he put together a shoot for a world famous trick roper. He created two different looks; For the first look he froze the motion of the rope, for the second look he blurred the rope by dragging his shutter speed. He further lit his subject with a speedlight in a portable Photoflex softbox.
How a Lens’ Focal Length Affects Distortion & Perspective
The always educational and entertaining Jay P Morgan is back again with another awesome video on The Slanted Lens. This time, he shows how the different focal length from 20mm to 200mm will affect how the face will look in a photo and also how the background will change in relation to the subject. It’s really informative and will help you expand your creative choices based on your lens.