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Lavender Art Series | Working with Textures

23 August 2013
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The past 3 months have been really difficult for me on a personal level, but one thing I’ve always known to be constant is my dear Mom. She has been my rock, my best friend, my everything, and I wanted to make something pretty just for her to show my love and gratitude. When I […]

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Tutorial: Silent Shooting Mode on the Canon 5D mark iii

11 October 2012
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One of the (many) improvements on the Canon 5D mark iii, is the Silent shooting mode. This may sound like useless function, but if you shoot stills on film sets or at the theatre, or want to be less distracting as a wedding photographer during the ceremony, you’ll see the major advantage of this function, […]

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Tutorial: How to get two different photos from the same scene

9 October 2012
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I was recently commissioned to do an industrial photo shoot, and to take photos of the products and the factory. The client specifically wanted “arty” shots, and images with shallow depth of field. The below two images were shot of the same scene, taken from the same vantage point. For the first image, I set […]

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Tutorial: How to Photograph Smoke

29 August 2012
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Smoke photos are very impressive when captured correctly, and it’s really not as difficult as you may think. You just need oodles of patience as the ratio of duds to great photos is pretty high! Equipment Needed dSLR Camera with manual shooting mode Tripod Studio lights or off camera flash Black backdrop or background Incense […]

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Tutorial: The Elinchrom EL Skyport Transmitter Speed

24 August 2012
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The new EL Skyport Transmitter Speed controls basic functions of BXRI 250/500, Ranger Quadra and D-Lite-it studio lights with a built in Transceiver. The EL Skyport Transmitter Speed has several state of the art functions, allowing the photographer to select from 8 Frequency Channels, which is handy when you are shooting in different studio areas. […]

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