Photographer David Hou takes us through his process shooting some fast-paced dance photography in the studio with model and dancer Alayna. Find out why fast durations are essential to catching the action and how David used the Photoflex Triton to achieve the results.
Trevor Sherwin goes on a lightweight shoot in the Don Valley with Dana. Watch as Trevor goes through 3 simple lighting setups with hot shoe flashes and the fold-flat and affordable Lumiquest modifiers including the Lumiquest LTp and SBIII. Canon 5D Mark II – 70-200mm f4L – 1/100 @ f/4.0 [...]
Focus stacking? Never heard of it? It’s certainly a tool every photographer should have in their arsenal when looking to bring everything into focus. In a perfect world, we’d all have view cameras with bellows, tilt and shift abilities, and maximum depth of field. However, lugging those dusty old 4×5 [...]
Apparently it is Worldwide Pinhole Day on April 29th, 2012. Be sure to check out http://www.pinholeday.org/ for more info. Never heard of Pinhole’s? A pinhole camera is essentially the most manual camera you’ve ever used. One aperture, a manual shutter and no viewfinder. Focus need not apply. It’s just a [...]
Lighting is a game of angles – angles of incidence, angles of reflectance – it’s a bank shot on a billiards table where light is the photographer’s cue ball. When it comes to portraits of the follicly challenged, this whole subject of angles can make for a particularly tricky shot; [...]