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Ian Brenes is a photographer in Vancouver, Washington whom I stumbled on while researching shooters on the Internet. When I found out he is only 21, I felt like I had stumbled in real life. His work is professional and … Continue reading
Tim Meyer teaches internationally and is sponsored by H&H Color Lab, Big Folio and Triple Scoop Music. His writings on photography and art have been published internationally, and his book, The Portrait – Understanding Portrait Photography, co-written with Glenn Rand and published … Continue reading
Finding great photographers you didn’t know of before is always a thrill. Here’s a great behind-the-scenes story about Anne Stephenson of Salt Lake City, Utah. I was particularly drawn to her food photography, which gets front row treatment on her … Continue reading
If you’ve ever wanted to know the secret behind 1950’s-style portrait lighting, Christopher Grey is here to help. The key to a 50’s-style is one part color palette and one part a distinctive lighting. Because this is a more complex, … Continue reading
In this article by Christopher Grey, he demonstrates a technique that gives the background of your studio portraits some pizzaz. He says to “think of each light modifier as a “personality.” Strong or weak, hard or soft, each modifier is … Continue reading
Learn how to create portraits with the look and feel of 70’s film photography with a technique by Christopher Grey. He writes, “Back in the ’70s, high speed color transparency film was push-processed to increase contrast and grain. Images were … Continue reading
When Christopher Grey got the opportunity to shoot a once in a lifetime series of portraits, he knew the lighting had to perfect or he’d miss the moment forever. He ended up going with what he calls a “wall of … Continue reading
Sekonic’s resident lighting expert Christopher Grey takes you through working with ambient light and strobe simultaneously in his article entitled “Dragging the Shutter.” First, he uses a wall sconce to warm up and add depth to the background of an … Continue reading
Shutter Angle is a relatively new blog promising to be a great resource for digital filmmakers. In their ongoing article series, Exposure Tools for Digital Video, they give an overview of many of the exposure tools available to filmmakers and … Continue reading