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Behind The Scenes ~ How To Use Artificial Light In Food Photography {Food Photography Series}

Behind The Scenes ~ How To Use Artificial Light In Food Photography - Whole Lifestyle Nutrition

Behind The Scenes ~ How To Use Artificial Light In Food Photography {Food Photography Series}

simple small product sweep cloth A Portable And Inexpensive Seamless Background System

A Portable And Inexpensive Seamless Background System

Do you use a sweep in your portrait or large product photography? Sure a roll of paper several yards in length is necessary for photographing people and large products, but what about food and small products? Walking into a bakery or the back of a kitchen with two C stands and a large roll of paper is not going to work in the often small kitchen shooting environments. Whether I am shooting a bakery's new product line or a confectionery's holiday catalog, I need a lightweight sweep system…

behind the scenes look at the making a cook book.

The Making of a Cookbook | Love and Olive Oil

I thought you all might like a little behind the scenes look at the making of our new book. You know, just in case you thought writing a cookbook was glamorous or something. I promise you, it's n

Building Your Own Inexpensive Studio For Your Food Photography - Whole Lifestyle Nutrition | Organic Recipes | Holistic Recipes

Building Your Own Inexpensive Studio For Your Food Photography - Whole Lifestyle Nutrition | Organic Recipes | Holistic Recipes

Go behind the scenes to see how to build your own studio for your food photography.

..LAS POSIBILIDADES DE TOMARTE UNA BUEN FOTOGRAFÍA SON INFINITAS ASÍ COMO LA POSICIÓN EN QUE ELIJAS... MÁS LO ELEMENTAL Y QUÉ MÁS IMPORTA ES SIEMPRE POR LO GENERAL TÚ ACTITUD....❤️ MIGUEL ÁNGEL GARCÍA.

..LAS POSIBILIDADES DE TOMARTE UNA BUEN FOTOGRAFÍA SON INFINITAS ASÍ COMO LA POSICIÓN EN QUE ELIJAS... MÁS LO ELEMENTAL Y QUÉ MÁS IMPORTA ES SIEMPRE POR LO GENERAL TÚ ACTITUD....❤️ MIGUEL ÁNGEL GARCÍA.

“The creative energy was alive in the studio today! Thanks so much to Cara for stepping in for a light test and Evan for assisting. Stay tuned!…”

Tyler Zoller Photography on Instagram: “The creative energy was alive in the studio today! Thanks so much to Cara for stepping in for a light test and Evan for assisting. Stay…”

114 Likes, 13 Comments - Tyler Zoller Photography (@tylerzoller) on Instagram: “The creative energy was alive in the studio today! Thanks so much to Cara for stepping in for a…”

One of the best videos for off camera flash I have watched.

How It Was Shot & Edited - Sunset Wedding Portrait

Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.

Six Reasons Why Your Light Is Not Right | by Fstoppers ● Photography Tutorial

Six Reasons Why Your Light Is Not Right

We’ve all been there, stuck with bad light and fresh out of ideas. I may spend up to an hour pre-lighting before a model or subject steps onto set, I work out the kinks and make sure everything is how it should be. But, despite my best efforts to make it right, every now and then I run out of time and have to wing it. We all have our “go to” lighting scenarios, but when you’re standing in unknown territory, keep the following tips in mind and you just might make it through the storm.

Joel Grimes Shows How to Create Super Soft Images with One Light

Joel Grimes Shows How to Create Super Soft Images with One Light

For many, the 7’ parabolic umbrella seems like a one-trick pony. The textbook move of sandwiching the camera between the subject and the light for an edgy, high-key look is quickly growing old. In this video, commercial photographer Joel Grimes shows a different way of using the 7’ parabolic to create soft, high-key images best suited for beauty photography. To get this effect, Joel starts by outfitting the 7’ para with a diffusion cover and positions it adjacent to the camera. He then gets…

Joel Grimes. I’m a minimalist and like using one light whenever I can. The problem with using one light is a lot of times you are left with areas of shadows. Now, if that’s the look you’re going for, have at it, but if you need a clean well-lit beauty portrait, using one light can seem challenging at first. But with the help of a reflector and changing the position of your main light, you can create a few different looks quickly and easily.

Changing The Look Of a Portrait With One Light In Different Positions | Joel Grimes

In this Westcott sponsored video, Joel Grimes shows us how to use one light and a reflector to create a simple, yet beautiful portrait.

This week, Joel discusses in depth a variation of the classic Rembrandt lighting called “Rembrandt Cross Lighting.”

On Lighting: Joel Grimes & Rembrandt Cross Lighting

Joel Grimes is one of my favorite photographers and I’m glad that he’s now featured on the [Framed] Networked as their lighting guru. This week, Joel discusses in depth a variation of the classic Rembrandt lighting called “Rembrandt Cross Lighting.”...

How to Use Off Camera Flash for Outdoor Portraits

101 Photography Tutorials to Elevate Your Skills | Photographypla.net

If you're looking to improve your own photography skills in some specific area, or in general, there are plenty of tutorials available online that can help. Here we'll showcase 101 different tutorials that you can follow to take your skills to a new level.