photography advice

Timeless Photography Advice

Sharing Timeless Photography Advice Thank you for listening to The Photo Flunky Show, episode 33. We appreciate you for taking the time to join us an listen. Lee and I discuss some of the photography advice we’ve received and use on a regular basis. These are tips we’ve heard from photographers you probably know: Trey […]

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Dude!

When I decided to get back into portrait shooting, I approached it the way I think many other folks approach it – look for attractive & young women in little attire. Let’s face it, those photos get far more attention than any others that I post and, well, I like looking at attractive & young […]

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The Light and How to Swing It

One of the things that I really liked about the Zack Arias OneLight DVD was a photograph he showed to illustrate the Inverse Square Law, or in simpler terms, light fall-off. In it the photo, he marked off the light meter readings to show the f/stop of light as it traveled away from its source. […]

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Review: OneLight Workshop DVD

At the end of yesterday’s post, I told you that this is the DVD to buy if you could only afford to buy one. That’s because this is the training material that I felt did the best job of presenting a complete guide to lighting and reinforced it with examples demonstrating the lessons. It was […]

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Learning About Lighting

Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve had some conversations online with friends who are taking some first steps into learning lighting for portrait photography. They run into issues, they pose questions, and a number of folks try to respond. ¬†This kind of scenario plays out routinely on message boards. It’s not limited to photography, […]

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