Portrait Lighting

Portrait Lighting

Portrait Lighting [pinit] I’m starting to think that portrait lighting techniques are cause more arguments among photographers than HDR. How many lights do you need? Which lights are best? Which light modifier is best? Which light stand is best? For every little piece of gear in portrait lighting discussions, there are vehement debates about what […]

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Repost: The Light and How to Swing It

Note:  This is a repeat of a previous post.  Why?  Because I’m on a sub-tropical island and may not have the time to make any posts.  With any luck, I’ll bring back some stories and pictures for the future. One of the things that I really liked about the Zack Arias OneLight DVD was a […]

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Coffee flavored cupcake

A Cupcake a Day

Morning Joe How do you start your day?  With coffee?  Perhaps you should try a coffee cupcake.  It seems that I’ve developed a bit of a reputation in social media circles for discussions of cupcakes.  That’s because I know where to get the good stuff. It’s right here in Orlando, FL at a little shop […]

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Kelby Training Works

The Art of Close-up Automotive Photography I recently watched a course by Tim Wallace on Kelby Training about close-up automotive photography.  Having seen is work before (check out Tim’s web site for examples), I was eager to understand his technique and try it myself. The image above is from my first effort.  The course was intriguing, but […]

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Dude on a Harley

Lightweight Lighting Like many other communities, we have a local group of photographers & models who meet regularly to get to know each other. I started attending last summer and so did Justin, the model in this photo. He looks a bit different than he did in his suit & tie last time around. I […]

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Jumping Justine

On Sunday, I met up with a local model who needed a few a few shots for her portfolio.  She had plenty of headshots and swimwear, but she wanted some full length and lifestyle images, and also something a little fun. We met by the Sanford Riverwalk and worked on the full length and lifestyle […]

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