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Lighting With Grids | What They Do And How To Use Them
One light modifier that is often overlooked and can help create a more dramatic look is a grid.
A Beginner’s Tutorial to Batch Processing RAW Timelapse Images
As a followup to his previous timelapse tutorial, Jay P. Morgan of The Slanted Lens shows us some of the things we should consider when batch processing our RAW timelapse images.
Don’t Be Afraid to Mix Light Sources – LED & Tungsten
In the video below, our friend Jay P. Morgan shows us that we shouldn’t fear mixing light sources and shows us how to do it.
A Stylized Fantasy Shoot Using 3 Simple Elements
To create a great surreal fantasy portrait, it doesn’t have to be a huge, expensive production. In the following video, Jay P. Morgan from The Slanted Lens shows you how he created a great-looking fantasy image with a relatively small and inexpensive production.
How To Use Two Reflectors To Double-Bounce Light
Reflectors can be used create stunning pictures without you having to carry around 100 pounds worth of power packs for your strobes. And the best thing about them is: they are cheap. In this video Jay P. Morgan gives an interesting look behind the scenes at his shoot for Ackermania Creative at the old zoo in Los Angeles.
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.
Turn Your iPad Into a Production Tool With This Gadget – Padcaster Review
Many photographers make fun of people taking photos and videos with their iPads. iPads don’t have a very good lens, you can’t attach them to a tripod and the sound just isn’t that great when recording video. The Padcaster solves these issues.
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.