Long exposure HDR let’s you combine a sense of motion with high dynamic range. Most people use this technique with streets and headlights, but you don’t have to limit yourself to highways. Embed This Image On Your Site (copy code below): Courtesy of: William Beem Photography
Photography Foulups Affect Everyone Hello, and thank you for listening to The Photo Flunky Show, episode 41. I really appreciate it. This week, Lee and I discuss some of our photography foulups – those little things that can make your photography experience suffer. Maybe it could even ruin your chance to get a shot at […]
Event Photography Can Bring Fun and Challenges Thank you for listening to episode 40 of The Photo Flunky Show about our recent experience with event photography. We were invited by our friends and fellow photographers Kevin and Sarah Graham of DSW Foto to attend the Orlando Taste of the Nation as working media. Lee and […]
If you’re trying to decide between Macphun Noiseless vs Lightroom CC noise reduction, here’s a tip. You don’t have to decide. Both work well at reducing noise for most shots. However, if you’re the kind of person who wants greater control over the results, read on and you will see the difference.
Flash Triggers: Which One is Right for You? Thank you for listening to The Photo Flunky Show, episode 39. I discussed a number of Flash Triggers in this show, each with their own pros and cons. Choosing a flash trigger depends upon a few variables. Cost is one of the obvious factors, but you may […]
Mastering the Model Shoot: The Light Meter by Frank Doorhof is a great educational video product for anyone who wants to learn how to use a light meter. Frank covers when and why you want to use a light meter to get beautiful light with accurate exposures, and then he dives into demonstrations to show […]
Improve Your Available Light Photos With 8 Tips to Evaluate and Use Free Light Thank you for listening to The Photo Flunky Show, episode 38. If you want to improve your available light photos, follow our eight tips to make the most of your light. It doesn’t matter if your available light comes from the […]
Getting big light from small flashes is within your reach. I love big light modifiers, but I hate lugging around a lot of gear to get the look. That’s why I’m always happy when I can cheat and get the appearance of big light from small flashes.
What Types of Light Modifiers Do You Need for Off Camera Flash? Thank you for listening to The Photo Flunky Show. This show continues with Part 2 of our discussion of Off Camera Flash. One of the most important decisions you make with off camera flash is deciding which types of light modifiers you need […]
Window light photography has a lot of advantages. It’s easy, it’s free light, and it can really have some beautiful results. I love using my flashes and strobes, but I’ll never turn down a good portrait with window lighting.