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If you’ve always relied on your in-camera meter or histogram and are comfortable with your workflow, change can be hard to take. Aspiring portrait and wedding photographer Rob Duncan had been shooting for 3 years before he decided to take … Continue reading
Tommy Næss is an amateur photographer living in Oslo who says, “photography is about catching moments, situations and people – as a part of everyday life as I’m living it.” Seeking a little more structure, Tommy has embarked on a … Continue reading
Graphic designers often make great photographers. They already have a fine tuned eye for composition and color and once they get the more technical bits down, they’re off and running. Jorge Queiroz is no exception. We first ran into his … Continue reading
“If you had the chance, the opportunity, to inspire a future American president, would you?” This is the question photographer and lighting expert, Matthew Jordan Smith is asking in his new project Future Presidents. Future Presidents is all about inspiring … Continue reading
“Can it be done without a light meter? Yes, absolutely! Just like you can unlock your front door with a paperclip if you spend enough time on it…”, says the team behind Shoots Imaging, a commercial stock photography studio. In … Continue reading
ORMS Direct is a South African photo store who runs the very active blog, ORMS Connect. Recently, they got the opportunity to test out the Sekonic L-478DR to see if it’s really all that it’s cracked up to be. After … Continue reading
As challenging as it is, many people have completed 365 projects, where they take and complete at least one photo a day for a whole year. That wasn’t enough for RJ Remulla, who started a 60/1 Project, which means, that’s … Continue reading
Michael Grecco is an L.A. based photographer who’s shot everything from celebrities as part of the Got Milk? campaign to the subcultures of Miami Beach. In this video, go behind the scenes with him on a shoot for a six … Continue reading
In the March issue of Professional Photographer Magazine, commercial photographer Stan Sholik gives the Sekonic L-478DR a go, offering a review that covers all bases. Stan admits to being skeptical of the new meter at first, but in the end … Continue reading