I've always been a fan of constant lighting. Now that we can get LED light panels with adjustable color temperatures, I like it even more. I've been looking for some inexpensive LED panels for awhile, and of course Neewer came through. If you've never owned Neewer equipment, it's worth taking a look at. They're "good... Continue Reading →
Weekend Project – Lighting with household lamps
When I first started shooting with artificial light, I had this misconception that every professional set had a ton of strobes and expensive lighting. I quickly learned that if you were to pull the camera back on some of these shoots, you’d see a lot of gaffers tape, home made light stands, and other setups... Continue Reading →
TUESDAY TIPS: Using the sun as a backlight
Summer is a great time to try this one. You'll want to shoot in the morning or the evening, when the sun is closer to the horizon. Place your subject so the sun is behind her, then use a reflector or flash to light your model's face.
TUESDAY TIPS: LiveScribe for Photography
If you haven't checked out the LiveScribe Sky pen yet, do so now. I'll wait. Back? Full Disclosure: The LiveScribe Sky pen was provided to me as an Evernote Ambassador. There was no requirement to write a review, positive or otherwise. There are obvious benefits to the LiveScribe pens. Especially for students or anyone who has to... Continue Reading →
Welcome to Strobox – Create, Share, Educate
via strobox.com Great way to see how photos are lit. Each photo is accompanied by a diagram showing lighting details.